Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Eat Stop Eat

Hi Everyone,

After spending well over a year researching and writing, my book "Eat Stop Eat" is finally finished.

Please feel free to check out the book at

I hope you all like it, and I will be on the blog constantly to answer questions that you may have.


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Apurva said...

I"m a vegetarian (eat eggs, dairy, etc but not fish, red meat, poultry), will this diet work for me?

billy said...

Hey Brad

I'm excited, yet hesitant to purchase your book. Does it talk a lot about the mental/psychological component of weight loss? Because that's what I've found to be the big "missing piece" of the picture.

Other than that, my approach is working well for me. Will this book benefit me?


Kenneth said...

I think some of your acticles are really great. I would like to add a link of your blog to mine. Hope you dont mind.

Feel free to take a look at mine. We can exchange pointer.

Brad Pilon said...

Hi Apurva,

I think you will really like this program, and there are no restrictions to who can and cant use the diet, so you still be able to eat the way you wish.


Brad Pilon said...

Hi Billy,

Your approach has worked better then "well" for you, you've done amazing.

please send me a message at brad at eatstopeat dot come and we can discuss how to fit Eat Stop Eat into your schedual. Let's talk first before you buy.


Brad Pilon said...

Hi Kenny,

Links would be great, I'll check out your blog tonight.


Marcol said...

Hi Brad!

Im wondering what are your credentials in the field of nutrition? I found something that said youre a student but nothing suggesting youve completed your studies. Thanks for a response. :)

Brad Pilon said...

Hi Marcol,

I completed my Bsc in Nutrition back in 2000, worked in the sports supplement industry for 7 years, and am now back in school doing graduate studies.


Christina said...

Hi Brad,

I just read your ebook, and I'm going to give your methods a try.

I have two questions:

What if I want to fast 3 or 4 times a week, instead of just two? Can I do this?

My second question is about weightlifting and creatine. I am unfamiliar with weightlifting, but I think I may start attending the weights class at my gym. Do you think I would benefit from taking creatine while doing the weights program?


Brad Pilon said...

Hi Christina,

Theoretically, increasing the numbers of fasts you do in a week should increase weight loss. However, from my experiences its just not worth the hassle! People have been seeing very good and consistent weightloss with fasting once or twice a week,without the fasts interfering with their daily lives.

I think once you hit 4 fasts a week, you would start noticing it effecting your life and becoming less flexible a more like a traditional diet (boring and mundane!). When it comes to weight loss, a consistent loss that is maintainable is much better than a quick loss which may not be sustainable.

In terms of the creatine and weight training it really depends on your goals.

If your goal is to increase muscle weight, and strength than you may want to consider supplementing.

However you will see increases in muscle weight and strength with weight training alone.

My advice would be to start weight training and monitor your progress over a 6-8 week period. If you are happy with your results then there is no need to supplement.

If you would like to see more strength or more muscle mass, this is when you may want to consider creatine.

Hope this helps,