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Am I really meant to eat 1,800 calories in 1 meal? Is that even possible and if so how is OMAD meant to help you lose weight if you’re eating your daily calorie intake anyway?
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Anonymous #2
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This is just my guess, but I think the weight loss comes from the vast amount of time each day you aren't eating, your body has to burn off fat because it doesn't have that frequent top-up of carbohydrates. Similar to keto (cut out carbs so your body is forced to burn fat for energy) or intermissive fasting (16 hours of no eating).
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(Original post by Anonymous)
This is just my guess, but I think the weight loss comes from the vast amount of time each day you aren't eating, your body has to burn off fat because it doesn't have that frequent top-up of carbohydrates. Similar to keto (cut out carbs so your body is forced to burn fat for energy) or intermissive fasting (16 hours of no eating).
Oh that makes sensee
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