“I think this (study) has really important implications for weight control and how we approach weight and diet,” “Maybe this should be a bit of a wake-up call when we’re looking at weight-management strategies — to think about timing.”
Neurologist Phyllis Zee, director of the Sleep Disorders Program at Northwestern University in Chicago
Quote from Discovery News.
EET ALREADY HEARD THIS WAKE UP CALL ABOUT TIMING â€“ 3 YEARS AGO!
Since making The Eating and Exercise TIMING (EET) Fitness Plan plan available to the public several months ago, EET has been questioned by nutrition experts and conventional dieters alike, all of whom worship at the altar of the calorie.
This skepticism was to be expected, despite EETâ€™s Timing Guidelines producing remarkable results without food restrictions and calorie counting, because so many studies continue to support caloric deficit dieting. At the same time, people have not seen clinical studies to support EETâ€™s claims about timing and itâ€™s effect on metabolism and weight loss.
In supporting EETâ€™s reliance on timing, Mr. EET could only produce the astounding results EETers are currently achieving (AND SUSTAINING!) as well as anecdotal clinical studies from the science of Nutrient Timing
But, now that has all changed.
The problem was terminology.
The EET Fitness Plan is based on working with your bodyâ€™s â€œNatural Metabolic Cycleâ€, something EET calls:
We searched far and wide for studies on TIMING and itâ€™s effects on METABOLISM and WEIGHT LOSS. Almost nothing to be found. â€œGuess these studies will have to be done in the future to convince the non believers of the validity of the benefits EETers enjoy every dayâ€, I thought as I finished my perfectly timed Dairy Queen Dilly Bar.
HOLD THE PHONE!
Taking our research efforts one step further EET recently expanded our search for clinical studies to other PROVEN metabolic adaptations that heavily influenced EETâ€™s development â€“ for example, the metabolic changes that occur when a person changes from a day job to the night shift.
BINGO! EET hit the mother lode.
Scientists have studied this stuff for years â€“ under
Circadian Rhythms are your bodyâ€™s internal CLOCK as in your bodyâ€™s TIMING â€“ and this is exactly what The EET Fitness Plan is based upon!
As the recent study quoted above shows, clinical researchers are finding HUGE relationships between Circadian Rhythms (Timing) and METABOLISM related to WEIGHT MANAGEMENT.
In the above referenced NAS study, mice gained vastly differing amounts of weight based on the amount of TIME they were exposed to light which impacted the TIMING of their eating â€“ there were NO DIFFERENCES IN CALORIC INTAKE OR EXERCISE/ACTIVITY!
Do those findings sound familiar to anyone? Can you say EET FITNESS? We thought you could!
Turns out there are many studies in this area. EET is just scratching the surface of them, but whatâ€™s astounding and very exciting is:
EVERY STUDY REVIEWED THUS FAR SUPPORTS THE CLAIMS AND IS CONSISTENT WITH THE GUIDELINES OF THE EET FITNESS PLAN!
Interestingly, some studies confirming the relationship between Circadian Rhythms (TIMING) and weight related metabolism have been around for years.
EET has a lot more to share on this topic. In fact, we are purposely leaving several key findings out of this article so we can give them the attention they deserve. We also respect that many of you will need some time to accept that a guy who likes to do this:
Is the same guy that developed clinically supported, highly effective weight loss solutions that are completely different from 1000â€™s of PhDâ€™s, nutritionists and other conventional dieting experts who continue to stress caloric deficit dieting.
For now, as further evidence of the power of timing, here are some additional resources that include clinical studies that identify the clear relationship between Circadian Rhythms, metabolism and weight management.
- Changing Our Clocks: New Research Explores How Our Bodies Keep Time
- Body Clock Regulates Metabolism, Study Shows
- Metabolism and Circadian Rhythmsâ€”Implications for Obesity
- Circadian Rhythm-Metabolism Link Discovered
EET can now show there are multiple clinical studies that have clearly established the relationship between your bodyâ€™s timing, metabolism and weight management. The EET Fitness Plan has figured out how to take advantage of this relationship without food restrictions or calorie counting for PERMANENT weight loss and improved fitness!.
Weâ€™ll follow up with more about EET and itâ€™s CLINICALLY SUPPORTED FINDINGS SOON.
Until then, paging Dr. Zee!Â EET has answered your wake up call and EETers â€“ KEEP EETing â€“ YOUR TRUST IN EET HAS BEEN REDEEMED!