Brad Pilon’s Eat Stop Eat Review – Pros and Cons of Eat Stop Eat

August 24, 2010

Eat Stop Eat is an ebook by nutritionist, Brad Pilon, which is becoming increasingly popular as more and more people use it in order to lose weight. But what are the pros and cons of this program? In this Eat Stop Eat Review I’ll try to write down a few of these advantages and disadvantages so that you can make an informed decision about this ebook.

So, what is EatStopEat anyhow?

Eat Stop Eat is a weight loss method which is based on intermittent, flexible fasting periods of 1 day along with a routine of strength exercises, be it weight training or body weight workouts. Flexible fasting means that you don’t need to follow a strict timetable for when to fast. You just need to do it once or twice a week (twice is for advanced users, really). The fasting helps you cleanse your body and create a calorie deficit.

Here are the pros and cons of the Eat Stop Eat program:


1. Easy to use and understand ebook. The entire program isn’t long or difficult to read. You can begin applying it almost immediately.

2.The program is very flexible since you can choose your fasting day according to your own schedule. On other days you get to it pretty normally.

3. Brad Pilon provides good customer support. I tested it and sent him a few questions. The email responses were very prompt.

4. The testimonials of Eat Stop Eat are impressive. People succeed in losing weight with this program.


1. Requires fasting which may be a bit difficult for some people, though it’s something which you can get accustomed to after a while.

2. Requires working out regularly. This isn’t exactly a con, more like a best practice, but it’s something you need to be aware of. If you dislike exercising (which I recommend), this program isn’t for you.

To read an in depth review of this program, click here: Eat Stop Eat John Davenport lost over 30 pounds in his twenties after being overweight most of his life. To read more about fast weight loss, click here: Health Product Advice


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