Jim Wallace, M.D. Announces Findings About Intermittent Fasting
Every month, tens of thousands of people search for Eat Stop Eat Scam reports and Eat Stop Eat reviews online. Unfortunately, only a handful of websites currently provide legitimate reviews, making it difficult for people learning how to lose weight to find accurate information.
“It’s a shame. It’s hard to lose weight without unbiased, informed information about weight loss diet programs. You never know whether you’re going to make the right choice of the way to lose fat, especially when you want it to be easy, simple, effective, and sensible,” says Jim Wallace, M.D., the Staff Director at the newly launched website, EatStopEatScam.com.
The site provides reviews, reports, and experiences compiled by Dr. Wallace and the staff of EatStopEatScam.com to help people exploring diets make informed buying decisions.
“If you want honest, unbiased information concerning what some think is an Eat Stop Eat scam, we do our best to provide it,” says Wallace. “We started with the assumption that there was an Eat Stop Eat scam, studied Brad Pilon’s Eat Stop Eat entire program with the eyes of a physician, and personally gave the diet a lengthy trial. We examined the fat lose diet’s effect on friends and patients. Only then did we form any conclusions,” he adds.
EatStopEatScam.com is adding additional articles containing tips for the diet and advice concerning exercise, in celebration of their new launch.
For more details, visit http://eatstopeatscam.com
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