Eat Stop Eat: Review Examining Brad Pilon’s Intermittent Fasting Program Released
Eat Stop Eat reviews have been flooding the Internet and HealthAvenger.com reveals the truth about this diet program that dispels every misconception associated with fasting and starvation modes, and provides a simple and flexible route to weight loss.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 05, 2013
Brad Pilon’s Eat Stop Eat that combines the cleansing benefits of fasting with the muscle building benefits of resistance training to create a flexible, efficient program that leads to rapid weight loss and muscle gain has the caught attention of HealthAvenger.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.
“Eat Stop Eat is based on the concept of intermittent fasting and focuses on the effects of short term fasting on the metabolism of the body. The idea behind the diet is to restore the calorific balance of the body by creating a balance between its “fed” and “fasted” states,” reports Stevenson. “In the book, Brad provides practical advice and simple instructions that allow the diet to be tailored according to individual needs. The rules of the diet and the logic behind them are explained and the recommended resistance training workouts are also outlined in detail.”
Eat Stop Eat is written in simple language. Barely 175 pages long, it is easy to read it in a single sitting. The science behind each and every concept is explained along with research evidence, yet the book is free from tedious scientific jargon. Brad Pilon has also tackled several questions related to the diet and weight loss at the end of the book. This diet offers several benefits such as accelerated and sustainable weight loss, maintenance and increase of muscle mass, decreased blood sugar and insulin levels, better insulin sensitivity, increased growth hormone and glucagon levels, better lipolysis and enhanced fat burning/oxidation, etc.
“The main aim of Eat Stop Eat is to help people lose weight without any drastic changes to their eating habits or lifestyle. It also reduces physical and mental stress, decreases chronic inflammation, and cleanses and detoxifies the body,” says Stevenson. “The diet recommends fasting for a period of around 16-24 hours once or twice a week in order to force the body to use up the stored fat reserves. The duration and frequency of fasting can be tailored according to individual needs and lifestyles.”
“Research has shown that fasting is the best way to restore the calorific balance of the body and this is the foundation of Eat Stop Eat. This diet has rapidly gained immense popularity as a trustworthy diet resource. Brad also recommends certain resistance training routines to help the body build muscle mass. Since a muscle burns more calories than fat, this leads to further weight loss and toning. The main advantages of this program are that it is simple, easy to follow, remarkably free from side effects and requires no expensive pills or equipment. In fact, it is less of a diet and more of a way of living.”
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