arguablysamson wrote: »
This is a thread to let others know you are beginning again on OMAD. Get involved by posting......your name or preferred username
...any past struggles you've faced or are facing
...your goal weight range
...the time of your OMAD
...and your OMAD start date.
You might elaborate on what brought you around to OMAD as opposed to other weight-loss methods. This thread lets others know they are not alone in the struggle.
drbOMAD wrote: »
My name is Dawn. I'm 45 years old, 5'10" and started out OMAD at 224 lbs. I've only been doing this for about a week and currently at 219.7 lbs. I was thin until after my second child (20 years ago) and have been slowing putting on the pounds. Like many others, I have tried a lot of things that do not work. I really resonate with the lady with the thyroid that was told she would have to work out twice as hard. That's my story as well. Working out twice as hard doesn't work either, at least not for me. Loving it that eating OMAD is working. My goal is to be 145 - 155 lb range. We have a vacation trip planned next summer that I would like to wear normal clothes to. I'm healthy but definitely know my weight needs to be under control so I do not develop other health issues. I have not told very many people I'm doing this either because I just don't want to listen to them go on and on how unhealthy it is. So far, so good.
vrojapu wrote: »
Welcome, Elizabeth Maryam!!
Nevadaden wrote: »
Elizabeth, welcome. I'm not low carb but I'm happy to help (commiserate?) with any other issues or questions you may have.
blambo61 wrote: »
Fasting will be low carb! I eat salads with meat in them and olive oil (new discovery for me) and I love them! They are low carb but have protein and fat (cheese, meat and oil). Good luck.
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