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Category: OMAD Diet

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Intermittent Fasting (IF) has suppressed my appetite

Want to know why people on aggressive intermittent fasts (IF) or fasts tend to melt weight away? It’s because, after a while, if you stick with it, your impetus and passion for putting away an entire mega burrito with everything during your one-to-four hour food window tend to wane. It’s a trick!

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Maybe it’s the wheat, maybe it’s the gluten, maybe it’s the carbs, possibly the portion, maybe the sodium, could be the fat

Last night sucked. Yesterday, I made a heaping portion of Angel Hair Pasta with store-bought Ragu Alfredo sauce and a bunch of chopped store-bought sliced honey ham and made it into a giant happy vat of lunch—all because I really wanted to eat noodles with a mug full of disposable wooden chopsticks that remind me of growing up in Hawaii.

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Weight’s not melting⁠—but it’s coming⁠—off on the OBAD OMAD

I took my weight this AM after my morning “rituals” but before drinking any water or coffee. Here’s what my Wi-Fi Withings scale shared with my 44.3k Twitter followers.

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One-Meal-a-Day (OMAD) with a Preference for IF and OBAD

Things are going better with the diet. I refuse to keep any food in the house. I am even tempted to dump my stone-ground grits and my stone-ground oats—including yummy, yummy, bars of butter.

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Do two solid 19:5 days make a trend?

I’ve been trying for years to get my IF 20:4 sorted and it looks like I’ve finally convinced my actual self to actually do it. I know it’s only two days! But I’ve done a lot with two successful days in a row. And each day is a restricted 1,500 low carb day, too.

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My One Burrito a Day (OBAD) One Meal a Day (OMAD) Diet

My macros on one daily chicken everything burrito is almost perfect.

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Trying one meal a day—OMAD

When you’re following the one-meal-a-day diet you don’t eat anything for 23-hours-a-a-day; but, when you do eat, for that one hour-a-day, you eat like a healthy king: 1,500-1,700 calories consumed in a short hour somewhere between 4pm-8pm.

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