EET Diabetic Timing Diet Week 8 Update – 2 Lose 35+ LBS, 4 Lose 20+ LBS!

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The first 4 weeks into EET’s Diabetic Timing Diet EETers saw huge reductions in their blood glucose readings.  Now, after 8 weeks,  EETers are seeing some pretty huge WEIGHT LOSS to go along with it!

For all the background and prior updates on The EET Fitness Plan’s Diabetic Timing Diet go to


We are now over 8 weeks into our 12 Week Trial and have an updated set of results to share for the 15 people who signed up for EET’s Diabetic Timing Diet.

Most of the trial participants are from South Tabor Family Medical Clinic in Portland, Oregon. But we also have participants from the SF Bay area, and Washington State that are included in this data


  • At 8 weeks EET’s Diabetic Timing Diet has produced a 67% success rate for Weight Loss and Blood Glucose Readings!

  • 3 of the trial members are maintaining blood readings that are below diabetic levels and are down to 1 shot of insulin per day on
    most days vs 4-5 shots and readings 100+ pts higher before they started EET!

  • 2 of the trial members are down over 35 lbs in just 8 weeks!

  • 9 (or more) of the trial group have been able to REDUCE MEDICATIONS!

NOTE: The trial group includes 2 “non starters” who signed up for the trial but never started by sending daily journals and receiving email and phone consultations from EET – if you back out the non starters our success rate with those who followed the trial format of submitting daily journals and receiving consultations would be 80% after 8 weeks!)


Below are the details in table format — Most of this data has been verified by the personnel at South Tabor Clinic in Portland. EET plans to do a full blood workup and offical weigh in and will get verified Doctor’s results at the end of the 12 week trial.

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EET is sad to see our Diabetic Timing Diet’s prior 100% success rate go, but this is why we created the trial to see how the plan peformed over a larger group. 


Both Trial participants who dropped out had seen DRAMATIC results using EET.  Both simply indicated they did not want to keep reporting but loved the benefits of EET and hoped to keep using EET moving forward.    EET hopes they are successful, but the EET Diabetic Timing Diet relies heavily on regular reporting and consultations for at least 12 weeks and cannot continue to include these Participants in our success rate for that reason.


Weight loss and improving your health is not easy and when you face the challenges diabetics do it can be even tougher.  EET has seen it’s Timing Diet plan work with dramatic results 100% of the time when the guidelines are followed, but many diets produce weight loss and health improvements when you follow them.

So, while effectiveness of a diet is important, the only true measure of success is SUSTAINABILITY!  EET’s 8 week success rate of 67%, while down from 80% after week 4,  is still about 20 times higher than any other diet plan so EET knows we’re doing something right–but EET still seeks 100% success so we’ll do our best to look for ways to improve EET so everyone who tries EET can feel comfortable staying with it long term.



We’re excited to announce that based on the great success to date,  South Tabor Clinic has invited EET to offer our Diabetic Timing Diet to more South Tabor patients!

EET will be holding at least 2 seminars currently scheduled for the week of June 20 in Portland.  These seminars will be open to the Public as well.  Further info will be provided as plans are finalized.

One more note: EET also has a small group of Trial Pre Diabetics who do not take blood glucose readings who are reporting similar weight loss success and we will update that trial group in  separate posts.


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