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Summary

This is the official Eat Stop Eat by Brad Pilon. Thousands of books have been written about the unique benefits of intermittent fasting and its ability to help people lose weight and improve health, but Eat Stop Eat was one of the first. Far from being just another fad, Eat Stop Eat is your indispensable guide to the latest science behind using intermittent fasting for simple yet effective weight loss, without unneeded complexity or the need to deprive yourself of the foods you love to eat.

©2007, 2017 Brad Pilon (P)2007, 2017 Brad Pilon

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I really informative

Great book about fasting. As for me, bodybuilder, the information is really interesting and I learned a lot. Wish to have paper version and read again.

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Good book bad narration

An insightful book with plenty of info and apparent evidence to back up its claims. The narrator in this particular instance was poor, constantly tripping over words and read with a clinical monotonous tone making it difficult to listen to sometimes.

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Common sense at last

What made the experience of listening to Eat Stop Eat the most enjoyable?

No complicated diet, no calorie counting, no banned foods just good old common sense and sanity.

What did you like best about this story?

The way to reach and maintain healthy weight. Period.

Any additional comments?

Narrator was very good, although his mispronunciation of words like estradiol, catecholamines, aspartame was slightly irritating.

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  • Lydia
  • 03-11-17

Content yes- barking dogs and background noise no.

I had just read the Complete Guide to Fasting, and this book was mentioned, so I thought I'd try it. It's a good companion book, and I liked the content, but the garbled electronic noise and barking dogs in the background of the narration were absolutely maddening. Was it recorded in a mall? An animal shelter? I don't understand how books with this type of noise get published on Audible. I vote for the print version of this book.

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  • Roleigh Martin
  • 11-11-17

This is the best Intermittent Fasting book

I listened to Brad Pilon's original book about 4-6 years ago whenever it came out and it made a major impact on my life. I've read nearly all the I/F books but Brad brings in the most scientific research in a very consumable manner. His first audiobook was a DIY and the quality of the production was poor but this one on Audible is absolutely top-notch and the production is great. I really enjoyed listening to this updated version about 10 times more than the first edition.

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  • Pennie Arthachinta
  • 10-01-18

Good content but...

The content is very informative and easy to understand but narrator make it very exhausted to listening to, too fast and monotonous plus too fast and unintended in some chapters. Sorry to say that.

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  • delia olufokunbi
  • 31-05-18

One of the best books I've read on fasting

This is one of the best, if not the best, books I've read on intermittent fasting. Pilon explains the science and the approach in a straightforward and easy to understand manner. I've read a number of Jason Fung's books (Complete Guide to Fasting, The Obesity Code) and learned the most from Pilon's book. He doesn't make grandiose claims and doesn't "dumb it down" by repeating the same concept twenty times over. I highly recommend this book if you are interested in learning about the benefits of intermittent fasting and want to try a simple approach to it.

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  • Bella
  • 11-08-18

Good information on fasting

So far, this is the most in depth and detailed book on fasting I've read. I'm still new to doing it and I find it challenging, but books like this as well as THE OBESITY CODE have convinced me to make it part of my life.

I took off one star for the overall rating and story only because the author promotes the idea of drinking diet soda during the zero calorie phase of your fast. Sighhh. No matter how many times you tell me "it almost doesn't matter what you eat during the feeding period, fasting fixes everything!" I can't support this. Artificial sweeteners are poison. I don't like this mentality that just because your fasting habits will keep you slim, you can consume whatever you want without really thinking about it. Food is MEDICINE. Treat it with respect. Treat your body with respect. Just because you get thin does not mean you're healthy.

That's the only gripe i have with this book. Fasting is great. I'm convinced of that. But what you eat, when you do eat, MATTERS. The food you choose to eat either enhances or hurts your health. So just keep that in mind when you read this.

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  • Tina
  • 07-08-18

hard to stay focused

struggled with this.... voice is mono tone, not easy for the average person to grasps all the medical terms....

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  • Jozzi
  • 30-07-18

magnificent book, it was recommended by leangains

ty so much for this information. i have been doing 16 hours + of fasting for 6 years and my fitness and health are better than ever as well as cognitive performance.

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  • Sandy Boyd
  • 16-07-18

nothing new

Hard to stay engaged when information is nothing new. I only got into it a few chapters.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-06-18

Hard to listen to

This book has good information, but the robotic sounding narration makes it extremely difficult to listen to. I gave up half way in.

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  • L. J. Morrison-Aguirre
  • 28-05-18

makes sense

it was recommended by my physician son-in-law. easy to read and understand. I recommend it.