Eat Stop Eat
eBook Teaches a New Way To Fast
Eat Stop Eat is an ebook that goes against the grain of most of the diet books on the market today. Rather than having you eat small meals throughout the day, counting carbohydrate grams or calculating food on the glycemic index, Eat Stop Eat literally has you fasting for 24-hours, two times a week all in an effort to burn fat, rev up your metabolism and lose weight.
Created by athlete and nutritionist, Brad Pilon, Eat Stop Eat rejects the notion that starving yourself for small bouts at a time puts your metabolism into slo-mo. Instead, Pilon shows through research and science that just the opposite occurs: your metabolism quickens, your energy improves and you body won’t feed off your muscle.
- Eat Stop Eat is an original and science-backed program
- Can be used in conjunction with any eating style or diet
- Flexible diet days
- No one food is prohibited on the Eat Stop Eat diet
- Starvation days may help to take your mind off of food
- May be difficult to follow in the immediate and long-term
- Starvation days may cause dieters to eat too much on eat days
The Eat Stop Eat program contains a novel approach to dieting by having you not eat anything for two, 24-hours periods during each week. These two days should not be consecutive days but rather sandwiched between other eating days. The Eat Stop Eat ebook lays out a well-detailed plan for you to follow. On the days that you do eat, you can eat carbohydrates, fat and protein but you don’t have to measure how many grams or calories you are consuming. Instead, you eat a normal day’s worth of food so that you feel satisfied.EXERCISE
You will learn about how much and what kind is best to perform with the Eat Stop Eat program. You are encouraged to exercise as part of this program and Pilon promises that even if you choose to exercise on starvation days, you will have the energy to workout.CONCLUSION
Eat Stop Eat is a new approach to dieting that may just have some merit. Not eating for a day may help to quell thoughts of food once you do it a few times. And it may help to effectively help take weight off while keeping your metabolism at an active rate. But if you have low blood pressure, are diabetic, pregnant or underweight, you should not follow the Eat Stop Eat program.Common Misspellings
Eat Stop, Eat Starve Eat, Ate Stop Ate,
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