As of late, we keep getting hit with low-carb / keto approaches to OMAD. That is totally fine, but it may give the impression that this is the ONLY way to go with OMAD--and it isn't. In fact, I think it's not the best idea, personally. However, that changes - and may change - from person to person. Fair enough.
This is just a note to all new and current members that OMAD and its results can be achieved through any type of diet. Do not assume allegiance or alliance with any diet plans or diet plan gurus.
Intermittent fasting does not belong to anyone or group, and the same is true of OMAD. No one can proclaim a monopoly or any sort of "corner market" on its principles. In the same vein as that, this is an ideologically neutral forum, which means no militant insistence on any eating philosophy (veganism, etc.)
All eating plans are welcomed and encouraged so long as they are sustainable. As with the YT channel, the idea is balance and wellness, not dogmatism.
Just a note.
April 20, 2018 8:10AM
edited April 2018