Tempe, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/27/2012 -- Weight loss may be a goal, but it all depends on using the right diet plan achieve it.
About 50 years ago, scientists first began testing the effects of intermittent fasting—not eating for 24 hours and then returning to a normal diet— on rats. It was discovered that that the rats who fasted regularly had a longer lifespan than those who did not. The study was then conducted on humans and yielded some interesting results: not only were humans able to control their weight and remain committed to a diet plan, but they also were able to lower their cholesterol, increase immunity against diseases and bone heath, and fight cancer.
This diet plan was later condensed into the Eat Stop Eat diet so that it would be simpler to follow. It took the complexity of intermittent fasting and condensed it into an easy-to-follow plan.
At EatStopEatInsider.com, the goal is to help individuals understand the Eat Stop Eat diet and figure out if the plan is right for them. To do this, Eat Stop Eat Insider’s research team gathered as much information about the diet as possible, including data on cost, flexibility, discipline level, and speed of results.
“Eat Stop Eat Insider will give you everything our in depth research has uncovered about the Eat Stop Eat program – including what the creators themselves won’t tell you – and look at whether it’s really worth committing to for maximum results,” states an article on the website.
The website is very easy to follow due to the categorization of information. Eat Stop Eat Insider’s staff also updates the blog regularly with research on intermittent fasting, guides, and diet plans that readers can try.
If http://www.eatstopeatinsider.com readers choose to invest in the program after reading the website’s review, they also qualify for two bonus eBook gifts: “3 Simple Tricks for Fast Fat Loss” and “The Dirty Dozen: The 12 Most Obsessive Compulsive Eating Habits & How To Break Them.”
About Eat Stop Eat Insider
Eat Stop Eat Insider is a blog on the fascinating subject of “Intermittent Fasting” as it’s used for weight loss, muscle growth, and overall wellbeing. The blog provides information about the studies on fasting, ideas for diet plans using this principle, and reviews of current intermittent fasting diets. Eat Stop Eat Insider considers aspects of the diet such as flexibility, cost, and discipline in their review of the diet. For more information, please visit http://eatstopeatinsider.com/