Description: Brock Armstrong hosts today’s broadcast and interviews Brad Pilon, who discusses his book on intermittent fasting, Eat Stop Eat. Intermittent
Over the years, I’ve had countless conversations with nutrition experts about the best way to eat, and today’s guest, Brad Pilon, is at the top of my list.
Brad Pilon is the author of Eat Stop Eat, and one of the top experts on the science of fasting, including the widely misunderstood protocol of intermittent fasting. Brad has a Master’s Degree in Applied Human Nutrition, and years of experience in the supplement industry as a Research Analyst and Development Manager.
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It’s time for yet another podcast!
Today Clark sits down with one of the “godfathers” of the Intermittent Fasting concept – Brad Pilon. Brad is the author of Eat Stop Eat, which is about the most comprehensive guide to intermittent fasting you’re going to get.
I know what you’re thinking…. “Fasting?? No thanks!”
Let me tell you… Brad’s created a unique method based on a flexible plan that will NOT force your body into “starvation mode.”
AND – I do it myself. It works. I find I have a ridiculously higher amount of energy when I’m doing a fast, not to mention I’m as lean as I’ve ever been since I started fasting. But more on my story another day…
Tune in as Clark and Brad dive into intermittent fasting, hitting on some important topics:
Why fasting is anything BUT an eating disorder.
How to lost body fat, but keep all that hard-earned muscle.
The secret to making fasting work for women.
What the biggest misconception is in regards to strength.
How fasting can actually help balance hormones.
If you’re skeptical at ALL about fasting, you’ll want to hear what Brad has to say.
And as a special deal for Paleohacks users only, if you grab a copy of Eat Stop Eat, Brad will be giving a bonus Q&A group coaching call to answer all your questions on intermittent fasting. He wants to keep the group small so the offer is only on the table for the next few days – so if you’re ready to start intermittent fasting, get your copy today.Get Your Copy of Eat Stop Eat Here!
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In Episode 306, Trev and AJ talk about maturing in the industry and handling freakout moments. Then Trev sits down for Part 1 of his conversation with the godfather of the modern intermittent fasting movement, Brad Pilon.
Brad is a nutrition and sports science writer best known for his seminal book on fasting, Eat Stop Eat. He’s also the author of Thin Air, How Much Protein? and Good Belly, Bad Belly—and in this episode, we hear how Brad’s journey began: from his original inspiration, through his graduate work studying the effects of fasting, to his epiphanies around food, lifestyle, fitness, and more.
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Episode 306—available now via Soundcloud, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and YouTube. Total running time: 1:07:37.
Go to the “gym,”—The IAP Team
Brad’s Links for Episode 306:
Eat Stop Eat (affiliate link)
How Much Protein (affiliate link)
Also Mentioned In Episode 306:
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Picks of The Week for Episode 306:
Thrive 10th Anniversary Edition by Brendan Brazier (Trev) – a top-level guide to nutrition and performance.
If You’re Not In The Obit, Eat Breakfast (AJ) – an irresistible documentary highlighting the richness of the twilight years.
A Diagnosis (Team Pick via Production Coordinator Jen Levin) – moving music from the TV Show ‘My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.’
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