M_Foote wrote: »
ADDER: I would sure appreciate seeing some more individual progress threads from you all! It might help me feel like less of an attention ***** to see some of you with a regularly updated thread. Plus, it would give others a better idea of how this works.
kabrigail wrote: »
My Name is Karie
My start weight was 250
My goal weight range is 150-170
I eat between 5pm and 6pm
and I started 7/18/15
...any past struggles you've faced or are facing - Struggles I have faced.....well, my daughter was 18 years old and in high school and met a guy. She decided she wanted to move in with him and then they got married shortly after. It didn't take long before she disowned me and my family and I gained 70 pounds throughout the 2 years that we weren't speaking. She has finally come back around and is getting a divorce. But now I'm stuck with all this weight I gained. I am now trying to lose it. It was about a week before I started this diet and I was in the bathroom at work praying that I could lose weight in a way that was feasible for me. Something I could stick to. And then about a week later I found this OMAD diet and Yay!!!! I'm finally losing weight! Love it!!!!!
dinneronly wrote: »
Goal is 135lbs
Been doing OMAD for 4 days
My meal is after 6pm
I weighed 164 about 4 years ago. I lost 35lbs with weight watchers and running. I don't run anymore, and I am sooooo sick of counting points and being obsessive about food. I can't get these ten pounds off. I was hungry the first day, but the last couple of days have been easy. I am probably over eating at night, but I think I will be able to reign myself in, once I get the hang of this. Right now it is helping me just get through the rest of the summer with guests and dinner parties almost every night. I am not counting calories right now, but I have read some confusing things....what are other women my age consuming? Help! Thanks!
AminaShogran wrote: »
... height: 5'6
...any past struggles you've faced or are facing
...weight goal : 175 lbs
...OMAD meal : 5pm
...OMAD start date: today August 17,2015
Hi, I have struggles with weight all my life. I am at a point in my life at age 38 that I need to be healthier. I have many Health problems and with 2 kids that are 5 years and 1 1/2 years old . I need to be around for them and want to be active with them.. I am new to all this fitness pal app and diet forums . I have tried many thing in the past and only drop 40lbs at the most but always again back.. I am hoping to try this OMAD and see if it helps me. I already pretty much eat one time a day but looks like I have not been doing it right.. I love myself as I am but need to get health and hopefully get many health issues to go away.. Of course I like to see how I feel and look 100 + lighter. New start to a new life
southam5 wrote: »
Kirsten...your name or preferred username
225 lbs...your weight
Not eating 5 times a day like past diets require...any past struggles you've faced or are facing
150-175 Lbs...your goal weight range
5-7 pm ...the time of your OMAD
August 27. 2015...and your OMAD start date.
Been reading about this like crazy lately. Busy mom and teacher for 21 years. My husband and I just became empty nesters. Ready for something new that is easy to follow and get this weight off for good! Love walking/running and started using my fitness pal a few weeks ago so I am more than ready. Yahoo! Thanks for detailing everything.
arguablysamson wrote: »
Visha_01 wrote: »
Hi, I'm new here. I hope you can add me guys as a friend. I would really appreciate it.
IM FAYE, 22 years old
I started Sept 1, 2015 of OMAD.. and I feel great, already lost 4 lbs. in three days!!!! So excited to lose more!
kch2000 wrote: »
45 years old
Goal: lose 100 pounds in 2015- starting weight 250
Let me start by saying I'm so glad I found this thread and thank you thank you for posting. In December of 2014 I read the book The Shift by Tory Johnson and something absolutely clicked in me. I made up my mind to finally do this and get the weight off. Starting Jan 2,2015 I followed The Shift and put my scale away. Long story about that but not weighing helps me. I become obsessed with the scale when I weigh so I go by my clothes. I have no idea how much I lost but I lost according to my clothes and friends. Moreover, I felt better
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