Pilon's arguments are very convincing, and it could change the way people look at dieting.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Eat Stop Eat reviews have been popping up all over the Internet and RequestedReviews.com's Laura O'Connor reveals the truth about the unique diet program that promises to help men and women lose weight and get rid of body fat in a span of only 24 hours.
Eat Stop Eat, a diet program by Brad Pilon that claims to be able to help both men and women get rid of body fat, lose weight, and stimulate fat-burning hormones naturally in just 24 hours, has caught the attention of RequestedReviews.com’s Laura O’Connor, prompting an investigative review.
“After devoting many years of his life to studying nutrition and weight loss, Brad Pilon developed Eat Stop Eat and introduced the concept of intermittent fasting as a quick, safe and method of losing weight,” reports O’Connor. “The Pilon system encourages short periods of fasting combined with specific weight training exercises in order to stimulate a person’s metabolism, muscles and body.”
“Eat Stop Eat discusses how it's possible to lose a significant amount of weight and burn body fat without having to follow difficult diets and weight loss programs. It does away with traditional meal planning or diet methods, and instead utilizes a unique strategy of intermittent fasting,” shares O’Connor. “There is also no need to worry about losing muscle or your metabolism slowing down with the program.”
“Pilon refers to Eat Stop Eat as an ‘Anti-Diet’ that is perfect for those who are tired of measuring their food intake and burning calories at the gym. Although Eat Stop Eat requires short periods of fasting, Pilon claims there will be no feelings of crankiness or light-headedness. There’s also no need to eat special foods, purchase weight loss supplements, or avoid carbohydrates or fats.”
In her Eat Stop Eat review O'Connor was refreshed that Pilon didn't include any free special reports or hyped up bonus materials. She liked how Pilon focused all his energy on the 200-page Eat Stop Eat manual. “Pilon believes that the product is already a quality one that stands alone and does not need any additional perks,” states O’Connor.
O'Connor warns, “Not everyone will agree with the idea of fasting as a way to achieve weight loss. Eat Stop Eat, however, is backed by research and scientific studies and evidence. The arguments are very convincing, and it could change the way people look at dieting. O'Connor concludes that if people have tried everything and can't lose the weight they want, then this is one program they may want to try.”