EET Fitness proudly presents:


Before these results are presented, let me say that Mr. EET is not a patient person.  But, somehow, he’s had the patience to develop EET the right way.  EET was tested extensively in trials for over a year before being offered to the public. To this day, each member receives  a personal individual consultation (and follow up) in order to ensure they have the best chance of permanent weight loss.

Despite some incredible weight loss, fitness and health results from members of all shapes and sizes EET has not tried to overhype or to rush people into trying EET.  We tell everyone to take their time and be sure they’re ready to truly learn EET before signing up.

THE POINT BEING:  We know we have discovered something very important about weight loss, fitness, health and metabolism, and we want to present and teach it RIGHT so that everyone can benefit from it.

With that said, here’s the latest data so you can decide for yourself if EET can revolutionize weight loss and fitness.



Note:  The key results that directly prove improved metabolism are highlighted below.    For those interested, a more detailed analysis of all Eating, exercise, vital signs and blood test results follows.

Mr. EET’s Nov 20 2009-Feb 11 2010 Feb 12, 2010-Sept 29, 2010 Result
Calories eaten/day 2527 2958 Increase of 431+ calories per day
Exercise Program 20-30 minutes per day 5-6 days per week 20-30 minutes per day 5-6 days per week No change in exercise program

(Drs Office Scale fully clothed)

168 169 Gain of 1 pound.  30+ lbs below May 2008 Starting weight
Triglycerides (measure of fat in blood) 50 44 Further reduction  since Feb 2010 shows greatly  improved  metabolism as fat and carb consumption was increased dramatically.  Down from 101 in 2007 despite huge increase in fat consumption

Results that PROVE improved metabolism:

  1. Despite an increase of nearly 500 calories per day for a 7 month period, mostly due to restaurant meals and junk food, and maintaining the same exercise program, Mr. EET saw virtually no weight gain despite being 30+ pounds below his 2008 starting weight.

    2. Mr. EET’s triglyceride readings continue their dramatic improvement since 2007 (reduced by 60%!).  This is a clear indication of improved triglyceride (fat) metabolism despite a huge increase in fats consumed per day over the 7 month period. This reduction, achieved while regularly eating every food experts recommend you avoid, also decreases Mr. EET’s chances of heart disease dramatically (statistically).

So there you have it.  Already WAY below goal weight.  A lot more calories eaten each day.  A lot more fat, carbs, sodium and processed foods, too.  No additional exercise.  RESULT? No weight gain (ok 1 pound) and better triglyceride readings which are a direct indication of improved metabolism given how much more fat needed to be metabolized over this 7 month period.

EET hopes this is the last we have to hear about decreasing calories and increasing exercise as the only way to safely lose weight.  EET hopes this is the last we have to hear about the need to follow diets full of restrictions, prepackaged meals or shakes or any other supplements.  And EET hopes this is the last we have to hear about diets that say you should only be eating foods that contain or don’t contain certain nutrients or “good fat” or diets of people from distant lands.  Chase your weight loss and fitness that way if you want to, but there’s a better way.

A MUCH better, far more sustainable way.  That way is:

Improving your metabolism while eating the foods you love through the power of eating and exercise timing using the guidelines of the EET Fitness Plan.

EET has known this all along.  So do a growing number of EET members.

Now EET has the documentation to prove it.

Hope it’s enough to convince you to try The EET Fitness Plan.  It can change your metabolism, create weight loss and improved fitness, allow you to eat what you love and more of it, and improve your quality of life.

Can’t think of anything else we can offer, but that’s a pretty good offer, right?!!



Vital Signs (click to enlarge)

Blood Test Results – Graph (click to enlarge)

Blood Test Results – Table (click to enlarge)

Blood Glucose Results (click to enlarge)

Mr. EET’s Diet and Doctors Results From November 2009 through September 2010

Complete Results and Analysis


From February 12, 2010 to September 29, 2010                   2958 per day

From November 20, 2009 through February 11, 2010         2527 per day


Highest Calorie Day – July 11, 2010   7940 Calories

Lowest Calorie Day —  August 17, 2010   1345  Calories (still had a Dilly Bar!)

Notes:  1) While Mr. EET’s blood test was performed 11/4/2009, it was not until 11/20/2009 that he started keeping a detailed daily journal of all foods eaten and calories consumed.  It is very safe to assume calories were LOWER from 11/4 to 11/20 as Mr. EET was guiding EET members (and himself) through the EET Holiday Plan to prepare for increased holiday eating.  So the caloric difference is likely larger than 431 for the entire period, but this is all that is documented.

2)  All food eaten was grocery store bought or restaurant foods.  NO FOCUS WAS PLACED ON WHOLE GRAINS, “GOOD” FATS, RAW OR ORGANIC FOODS WHATSOEVER.  The only means of metabolizing these calories was Mr. EET’s following the Timing guidelines of the EET Fitness Plan. Other than an occasional fish oil pill, no supplements of any kind that could possibly assist with fat loss or metabolism were taken at any time.


The bulk of the increase in calories per day was what most would call junk food –  meaning higher calories, carbs, fats, sodium and whatever else makes food taste good! 🙂

Mr. EET saw no reason to increase his EET core foods high in fiber, protein, antioxidants and other nutrients as prior Doctors and Fitness results showed he was already getting what was needed through EET’s Guidelines, so he increased the foods he enjoys most.  In addition, a large portion of the food consumed during the period from February to September 2010 was restaurant food, as the EET’s went on well documented vacations to Tucson, Tahoe, LA, A 5 Day “Yelp” Vacation in San Francisco”, Las Vegas (click here to see video), San Diego (click here to see video), Santa Barbara and more.   A conservative estimate over this 270 day period would be 200-250 restaurant style meals – ALL  of which included at least one dessert (is there any other way)?


From February 12, 2010 to September 29, 2010     20-30 minutes/day 5-6 days per week

From November 20, 2009 through February 11, 2010   20-30 minutes/day   5-6 days per week


There were VERY few differences in exercise from 11/09 through 9/30.  For full disclosure, there was only one slight difference in exercise during this period, and if anything it resulted in less time exercising per day from February through September 2010.

During the period 11/09-2/2010, Mr. EET was doing two EET workouts a day more often.  Also Mr. EET also went to the weight room 2 times in early November before deciding to prove EET could work without weight lifting.

From 2/2010 to 9/2010 Mr. EET stopped going to the weight room completely, but did test some different EET workouts (same format, different exercise) that tended to go for closer to 30 minutes than so overall the total exercise time is estimated to be the same.  80%+ of the time Mr EET did the exact same exercise routine.  All the data is recorded so a more detailed analysis will be done, but it’s likely this information is accurate.



Blood Pressure:    Feb 2010   96/62    Sept 2010   106/68

Slight increase due to more restaurant meals and efforts Mr. EET made to increase his salt intake on other days as well.  The lower blood pressure was creating some light headedness after long periods of sitting which has now been resolved.

Heart Rate:

Feb 2010   48    Sept 2010   44

Lance Armstrong Status.


Doctor’s office weight was fully clothed.  The readings are consistent in they are both exactly 5 lbs more  vs the scale Mr. EET uses at home for each “official weigh ins” (163 in February and 164 in September).  Note that Mr. EET carefully forecasted his preparation for the February 2010 test to try to achieve the best possible results.  For the September readings, Mr. EET did nothing special whatsoever.  He wanted the results to be meaningful and was also curious to see how his readings would compare without do anything out of the ordinary to try to improve them.


GREW ¾ of an inch!  Not sure that can be included in EET’s claims (Just needed to stand up straighter I guess)




2 point increase to 88 is still well within normal range and well under “pre EET” level of 98.  Considering the foods Mr. EET ate and the quantities (For example, how does 6 Dynamo Donuts including a bacon maple donut for lunch sound? click for link to blog post) during the period it’s actually amazing.




Huge reduction in this reading over since May of  2007, further reduced from February through September 2010 despite dramatic increase in calories and fat intake with no increase in exercise type or intensity.  This is very significant.  While Mr. EET has dramatically increased his fat intake, seeing his triglyceride levels fall nearly nearly 60% is a clear indication of improved metabolism.

This combined with the higher HDL have dramatically reduced Mr. EET’s statistical risk of heart disease, as noted in excepts from following study:

(to read the entire article click on the title)


Even “normal” levels of triglyceride, a type of blood fat, pose a significant risk of heart disease, according to a new study. In an 18 year follow up of 350 men and women, researchers found that people with triglyceride levels at or above 100 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl) were 50 percent more likely than those with lower levels to suffer from future heart attacks, need bypass surgery or angioplasty, or die from heart disease. Today, levels below 200 mg/dl are thought to be desirable. The study is published in the May issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

“Previously, nobody thought triglyceride was a major risk factor at these lower levels,” says Michael Miller, M.D., director of Preventive Cardiology at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore and an associate professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.


To put it in perspective, it turns out from our study that people with triglyceride levels above 100 mg/dl had about the same risk for heart disease as those with low levels of HDL,” says Dr. Miller.

“In fact, the level of 100 was a threshold, or dividing line, between those at higher risk and those who were not. Any level above 100 appeared to increase the risk. It is not like cholesterol, where the higher the level, the higher the risk,” Dr. Miller says.

Triglyceride is a type of fat that is always circulating in the blood, especially after a meal high in saturated fat. These fat particles are normally broken down by enzymes. When that process is not working efficiently, the triglycerides that are only partially broken down can cause fatty deposits in blood vessels, leading to atherosclerosis, known as hardening of the arteries. Triglycerides have also been shown to increase the risk of blood clots, which combine with fatty deposits in the coronary vessels to cause heart attacks.

Total Cholesterol

Reading is 14 points higher than February reading, but still 24 points LOWER than November 2009 reading.  In addition, part of the current increase is due to a large increase in HDL (GOOD) cholesterol which makes this reading even more favorable.

LDL (Bad) Cholesterol

Reading is up 10 points from February but still 25 points below November 2009 reading.   This number and the minimal increase in blood glucose (2 points) represent the only areas in Mr. EET’s entire profile that are not favorable vs Feb 2010 (all readings are dramatically better than the 2007 readings).  Again, considering the increase in food eaten and the types of food selection, this is a very tolerable increase.  As the table shows, Mr. EET has always had a history of slightly high LDL cholesterol and EET has really improved his readings with absolutely no sacrifices in his diet.  EET has had success in reducing LDL cholesterol and will continue to improve its efforts to safely improve LDL cholesterol without food choice or quantity restrictions.

HDL (Good) Cholesterol

Reading is up 5 points since Februrary 2010.  This is a significant positive increase in a reading that is very hard for people to improve.  While most experts would attribute the increase to Mr. EET’s exercise, a simple look at the DECREASE in HDL readings between November 2009 and February 2010 proves that exercise alone could not produce this result, as there was no meaningful difference in Mr. EET’s exercise.  EET believes this increase is due to Mr. EET’s carefully designed set of metabolic messages and timing pattern which instructed Mr. EET’s body/metabolism that it must adapt to control LDL cholesterol even with a huge increase in calories, fats, carbs and sodium and therefore HDL should be increased to help manage LDL, which was the result.



DID NOT EXPERIENCE ANY SIGNFICANT INJURY OR ILLNESS DURING THE 7 MONTH PERIOD (was able to complete all EET workouts as well as other challenges like running a marathon)



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