I fist made mention of Brad Pilon’s excellent work, EatStopEat way back nearly two years ago. And since then, I have blogged a whole bunch about intermittent fasting in general and have mentioned Brad and ESE many, many times. And, because I was so pleased with the results, I even gave Brad a testimonial which I’m proud to have displayed on his sales page (it’s the third from the last).
Ensuring that people get proper credit for their work and contribution is a really big issue with me.
Moreover, if you read the posts on IF, you’ll see that I have been very big into working out fasted, which will happen once again at 4:30 p.m., today, not having eaten since dinner.
So, guess what I see in my Google alerts this morning but links to articles by one Natalie Pyles of Scottsdale, AZ, who touts herself a "Fitness & Weight-loss Expert, Nutritionist, Wellness Coach, Author,& Speaker" (sic). I’ll just call her a shameless thief. Her website: Fitness Elements & Associates.
Now, see this page, touting her "Eat Stop Exercise" regimen, clearly a title rip-off from Brad, and since so blatant, one may rest assured that the e-book will likely be a word-for-word robbery. Why do I assume so (click to enlarge)?
Now, in case she decides to get cute with me, here’s the web archive file, in case anyone cares to download it for the record.
Well, any enterprise that operates by theft is a cheesy little endeavor, in my book. So, if you want to get the real info from the original source, then please do the right thing and get it from Brad.
Natalie Pyles: you should be ashamed of yourself.