Eat Stop Eat Review

It’s time to cut through all the hype and get you the facts on the Eat Stop Eat diet, so we did some digging into the side effects, ingredients and science behind this approach. We also scoured the world-wide-web for user comments and reviews. At last, we took all the info and summed everything up to give you the skinny on this weight-loss book.

Product Name: Eat Stop Eat


My Rating: 4.2


What is Eat Stop Eat?

For starters, Eat Stop Eat is a diet method that’s claimed to “rejuvenate your cells,” ramp up energy levels, diminish body aches and health problems, and make you look more youthful. It focuses on calorie restriction and fasting as a permanent weight-loss solution. There are no supplements or special exercises involved. Women and men of all ages can try this, and it’s said to cleanse the body, reduce inflammation, enhance insulin sensitivity, lower stress hormones, spark metabolism and even help with memory/concentration.

The man behind Eat Stop Eat is Brad Pilon, and this book has been available since 2009. This diet allows you to eat all of the foods you enjoy, so nothing is off limits. When you order from the official website, you get a free “Quick Start Guide,” and a 60-day money back guarantee is offered, but read on…

Intermediate Fasting – “Any Long-Term Results?”

One issue that popped up with Eat Stop Eat is intermediate fasting for the long term. “This diet approach requires you to fast for 1-2 days a week, eating virtually nothing on those days. Some dieters have expressed that this is not feasible for the long haul, which makes this method a fad diet,” reported our Research Editor.

One person said, “Another impractical way of weight loss for obtaining your ideal body image. It’s unhealthy. Short fixes and fads don’t work. You can’t fast for the rest of your life to stay in shape.”

Having said that, other people seem to have no qualms with intermediate fasting.

One dieter posted, “It works. Fasting is good for weight-loss and long-term health. Has become part of my lifestyle.”

Another wrote “Much easier than any of the fad diets and a very long standing and proven way to maintain a lean body and fix your insulin response.”

“Eat Stop Eat intermittent fasting is not a “diet,” it’s a lifestyle change,” explained yet another.

Eat Stop Eat Customer Testimonials


HOW does it work, WHY does it work so well, and HOW do I do it?

Let me answer all of them for ya.

HOW does eat stop eat work?

Let me explain this VERY SIMPLY in 3 steps:

1. You fast for 24 hours
2. You eat “regularly” for 48 hours
3. You fast for 24 hours
4. Rinse and repeat

There are many variations to this intermittent fasting lifestyle, but this is the jist of how the so-called “diet” works.

WHY does EAT STOP EAT work, and why does it work so well?

There are many reasons, but let me explain it to you in two ways.

One: The simple version.

Two: The more scientific, evolution theory, and intricate version.

You choose which one you want to read. OR you can read both


It works because when you are in a “FASTED” state, your body has no new nutrients to feed on, SO, in order for it to get you energy, it goes for your stored FAT RESERVES FIRST.

Now, if you are in a fasted state TOO LONG, it’ll eventually go after muscle. But the eat stop eat book will tell you how long is too long, and how short is too short.

So for example, let’s say you have fasted for 24 hours (this diet is also known as the 5 2 diet). When you have fasted for this long, your body WANTS nutrients and energy, so it naturally uses your stored fat to create this.

THUS, resulting in FAT LOSS. WITHOUT doing ANYTHING!

ALSO, another logical explanation is this:

Say you are on a 2,000 calorie daily diet. Let’s not use the word diet, I hate that word.

Let’s try that again:

Say you EAT 2,000 calories a day.

If you have been fasting for 24 hours, that is 0 calories that you have had that day. ZERO.

And if you look at it from a WEEKLY perspective, accounting the fact that you fast two times a week, that would be two ZERO calorie days.

So on a typical “regular” persons week, it would look like this:

2,000 calories a day X 7 days = 14,000 calories a week.

A typical intermittent fasting diet persons week would look like this:

0 calories days (2) + 2,000 calorie days (5) = 10,000.

If you divide 10,000 by 7 to get your average “daily” calorie intake that amounts to:

1,429 (rounded up mind you) calories a day.

That’s LESS THAN going on a diet of 1,500 CALORIES!


AND you can eat REGULARLY, as in REGULAR food you eat.


Not only are your BURNING FAT because you’re body is going after your fat reserves in a fasted state,

You are also eating LESS on a weekly basis.


This is called a WIN-WIN-WIN-WIN Situation.


Take a look at the chart:

eat stop eat insulin levels

And here are words from Brad Pilon himself:

“In other words, a 24-hour fast has a more dramatic effect on reducing insulin than all of the insulin based diets, like low-carb or frequent meal timing, could ever hope to have. If you actually want to bring your insulin levels down, the best tool you have is short term fasting.”

Here are also some of the MANY health benefits of fasting in the short term:

  • Decreased body fat & body weight
  • Maintenance of skeletal muscle mass
  • Decreased blood glucose levels
  • Decreased insulin levels & increased insulin sensitivity
  • Increased growth hormone levels
  • Decreased food related stress

And much, much, much, MORE!!

My thoughts, experiences and tips using the Eat Stop Eat Lifestyle

First things first:



Growth Hormone

Which means, most diets cause you to lose weight, but THEN after a year, most people gain that loss right back and sometimes even more!

What’s the point in that!

This is something more long-term. A LOT MORE LONG TERM.

AND THE BEST THING about this 5 2 “diet”




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