A funny thing happens when you start to examine the research behind eating…
You start to question how you should eat!
It sounds silly, but it really can become confusing.
After you realize there’s no such thing as starvation mode, and no need to eat 6 times per day, and really no reason to worry about your macronutrient ratios…you’re not really left with much guidance.
And I’m as much to blame for this as anyone else.
(Eat Stop Eat does a good job of telling you how and why NOT to eat, but still leaves the ‘how to eat’ part a little lacking)
Now, I’ve been trying to write the Eat portion of Eat stop Eat for years, with limited success.
It’s a broad, broad area of research, and I was going at it from a ‘prove it through science’ approach, rather than a ‘use common sense and logic approach’, which in retrospect would have been a lot better.
Luckily, John Barban has written a book called “The Anything Goes Diet” and I’ll be honest- I’m actually jealous…I kinda wish I wrote this one.
==> www.JohnsNewDiet.com <== The “Anything Goes Diet”.
My opinion is this: After reviewing John’s book I can confidently say that this is the “Eat” portion of Eat Stop Eat.
Plain and simple.
This book is the perfect complement to Eat Stop Eat, and I really think you should pick it up.
I’m positive that when you combine “AGD” with “ESE” you’ll get a ridiculously effective approach to fat loss…or AGDESE..whatever that is 🙂
And if for whatever reason you DON’T want to fast, then I highly recommend this book as your ‘go to’ diet resource.
==> www.JohnsNewDiet.com <== Grab it Now.
The “Anything Goes Diet”…strange name, but then again, I called my book “Eat Stop Eat”. 🙂