Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Eat Stop Eat, a unique method of intermittent fasting designed for both men and women seeking to lose fat without sacrificing muscle mass or energy levels has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.
“Eat Stop Eat cuts through all of the fluff of the billion-dollar diet industry and gets straight to the stuff that really works, and that is based around the way our bodies were designed in the first place,” says Michaels. “In fact, Brad Pilon himself calls this method an “anti-diet,” because it doesn’t require you to be all-consumed or obsessive about food rules for fat loss.”
Eat Stop Eat was first published in 2007 and has been updated every year since and has long-been considered as the go-to fasting guide for people looking for a no-fuss method for fat lass. The Eat Stop Eat method is supported by more than 317 peer-reviewed and published scientific studies that show how short periods of fasting allows humans to reach their potential in weight loss. The Eat Stop Eat method helps people stop worrying about food all day since after short periods of fasting, they can eat virtually any sensible food they prefer during meal time without having to spend extra money on supplements or “special” diet foods. The method shows research that supports that intermittent fasting will not cause the body to go into “starvation mode” and how it can boost body fat burning hormones, preserve muscle, produce more energy, and allow people to not have to avoid carbs or fats. Most of all, Eat Stop Eat simply saves people time and stress by not having to worry about the ins-and-outs that most other diets require. Currently, Brad Pilon is offering a three-day trial of Eat Stop Eat for just $9.99. If customers are happy with the trial of the latest version of the Eat Stop Eat ebook, they will automatically be charged the remaining $29.99 for the full cost of the method.
“When you look at the way humans have thrived for thousands of years, it just makes sense that intermittent fasting works,” says Michael. “It’s highly unlikely that our primitive ancestors ate six meals per day to allow their bodies to perform at max capacity. Rather, they went many periods without eating at all. Eat Stop Eat, in addition to helping people shed their excess body fat, lets them enjoy all the other benefits that intermittent fasting offers, too.”
“Even with the trial offer, Brad Pilon still offers a 60-day money-back guarantee to make sure every customer is happy with the information the guide provides.”
To access comprehensive customer Eat Stop Eat reviews, visit their official site here.