taramitchell3210 wrote: »
I have recently started eating twice a day. Mainly because of work schedules, but also because I need to lose weight. The meals I do eat are very small. A lot of my calories come from beverages. I've started drinking water, but not a lot. I have lost around 7 pounds. I'm on my feet all day 6 days a week now, so I'm sure being forced by my job to be active is helping. Keeping busy keeps my mind off of food, too. I will be trying your method in the very near future. I'll just have the challenge of finding something healthy that my kids will enjoy. Thanks for posting this. Most people put a price on their weightloss secret. I really appreciate you putting it on here for everyone to see and take advantage of. Here's to getting healthy!!!
lcthatsit wrote: »
I'm sure this works. I'm going to try it. It seems you are basically forcing your body to burn fat at the same time each day by being in a "starved" state until the designated eating time.
Thanks for the post! Sounds great.
BFKweiser wrote: »
Thanks!! I've been doing OMAD for about a week now, and it works!! Having said that, since I only discovered your site today, I haven't been limiting myself to the one average-sized plate meal you recommend. No, my one meal a day has been more like three hefty plates with beer or wine. I am able to refrain from food all day because I look forward to the feast at night. Is what I am doing counter-productive? BTW, I found after reading your site that I follow ALL the other instructions, including taking the apple cider vinegar.
nmidwood13 wrote: »
Does the 1 plate have to be all good for you stuff. I think I could do this if I could make it a mix of good for you stuff and what I consider junk food. If my plate could be fruit, cheese, pepperoni, chicken with the skin and say 2 or 3 Oreo cookies, I think I would be good until my next plate of 4 oz beef, small salad, potato salad handful of M&M
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