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One Meal a Day Intermittent Fasting

The Powerful Secret of the OMAD Diet for Extreme Weight Loss
Narrated by: Timothy Brandolino
Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
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Is your weight dragging you down in life? Does your weight come back again and again after diets and routines? Is extreme obesity standing in the way of your weight-loss efforts? If you answered yes to any of those questions then One Meal a Day (OMAD) Intermittent Fasting is the solution to your problems!

OMAD helps you lose extreme weight fast. It is safe and sustainable. You can lose weight with OMAD even if you are not capable of doing strenuous exercise or follow a diet. OMAD intermittent fasting helps you modify the way you feed your body and enables you to begin the internal fat loss process and get rid of the belly fat. 

You can follow the OMAD routine even if you run a tight schedule and cannot make time for exercise. OMAD routine will work for you even if you are unable to follow restrictive calorie diets. This routine is effective for all kinds of people and helps build, and retain, muscle, which is why it’s a favorite among bodybuilders. The reason is straightforward - it leads to fat loss and muscle gain.

This book will guide you through the process of OMAD routine and give you in-depth knowledge about it.

Inside you will learn:

  • All the details of "One Meal a Day"
  • The reasons OMAD is so effective
  • The ways to succeed with OMAD
  • Ways to eliminate hunger with an OMAD routine
  • Beneficial effects water fasting with OMAD
  • Supercharged benefits when combining keto with OMAD

Take control now. Download to get started today. Let’s do this!

©2018 Eric J. Foster (P)2018 Eric J. Foster

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Amateur

Poorly written, conflicting information. Fundamentally fails to call out correct food macros in correct groups.

Many IF books on the market that are truely excellent, this is not one.

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OMAD explained simply

very informative, explained in a simple and very easily understood way... these words let you know more about your body and the changes it will go thru during your fasting times as well as your reward days, here's to weight loss

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  • G. Wilke
  • 25-11-2018

Outstanding

I’ve read several other IF books, and this one by far provides the best summary of the plan with the right level of detail.

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  • KD
  • 02-11-2018

Helpful for people who need to lose weight fast

I don't really think such a diet is sustainable and at times i thought it was very much a fad. But it works and lbs did come off.

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  • Kathryn Walter
  • 21-05-2019

One Meal A Day Intermittent Fasting review:

A very clear, bottom line coverage of a complex subject, that anyone wanting to be healthier can use as a guide!

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  • Havehope
  • 12-11-2018

Lots of great information!

Really enjoyed this book and the explanation of how the processes work in our body.

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  • trixiemoore
  • 11-04-2019

Very informative

Learning the benefits of fasting gives me more reason to include it in my life. This book clarifies a lot of the reasons fasting is so important.

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  • Paul Arthur Nicholson
  • 23-10-2018

Makes sense

An amazing book full of life changing information in Easy to understand compassionate yet straight forward writing. Listen and keep listening!! Excellence and worth owning and sharing. Don't give up! Stop here and learn what really works. Thank you Logan Wolf!!

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  • Lisa S
  • 14-08-2019

Critical of the target audience

This book started out fine, with what seemed to be clear information about the benefits of fasting. As the book gets near the end, the tone is sharply critical of the target audience, fat people like me. The author repeatedly lectures the obese that they caused their own weight problems. I don't think there is an overweight person alive who doesn't already feel guilty and torture themselves about being overweight. This is NOT something we need to hear in our attempt to lose weight. I'm returning this book. I don't want this jerk to make any money from my sale. If you want to learn about fasting read DELAY DON'T DENY by Gin Stephens. It's a much better book!!

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  • Ninj
  • 05-12-2018

Contradictory

I have read several books on intermittent fasting and OMAD, and this one is OK in theory, but has many contradictory moments, even within the first two chapters. At first, the author gives reasons for why we are fat, including not exercising enough (implying that more exercise = thinness). Then, in the next chapter, he says that exercise won't help you get thinner. Wait... You just said I'm fat because I don't exercise enough... It doesn't add up.

Plus, he refers to obese people as "they" which rubs me the wrong way, and places the majority of the blame on our poor choices, implying that "they" (obese people) are weak and have no self control. I'm all for personal responsibility, but I am neither weak nor out of control. He also says that "they" have low self-esteem, which is not always the case for obese people. I know a lot of people, myself included, who struggle with weight, but see themselves as wonderful, valuable, outgoing human beings.

Getting into the nuts and bolts of OMAD, he is very rigid in his recommendations, saying that your one meal should only be dinner and that you have to be very committed to the plan, again, implying rigidity. For myself, rigidity is what got me fat - feeling like I must PERFECTLY stick to a plan and shame on me if life happens and I have a piece of birthday cake. I'm done with that noise.

OMAD DOES take work and commitment, but it should fit into your life and make you feel good physically and mentally. If it's as painful as a funeral dirge, find a different way of eating that DOES make you feel good and happy.

To be honest, after reading several good books on fasting and OMAD, I couldn't get past chapter 3 of this one.

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  • Pattycake
  • 07-10-2019

Good information, but....

I purchased this book in audio because I knew it would contain more information than my brain could handle at one sitting! I have always enjoyed fasting for the feel good benefits, but this book explains in great scientific detail all the biological and physiological benefits. Not really a book for the layman or someone not learned in the human body. He talks above the average person, but if you hang in with him, you can reap the benefits of the purpose it was written. I enjoyed it even though I kept wishing he would "speak plainer".

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  • Boca Bubby
  • 26-06-2019

understtandable Knowledge

It was an easy listening to a lot of facts. It makes it easy to understand and be able to explain to people who are always asking arent you hungry. I have been doing intermitent fasting on and off for a while, but this books makes me understand the process much better.

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  • Jillybean
  • 04-12-2018

Science drowned out by unsubstantiated and generic statements

Sadly there is real science behind the benefits of intermittent fasting. Unfortunately the total lack of scientific substantiation throughout this book gives most of the claims a “diet marketing hype” and drowns out the real, credible, life-changing information. This might not be a problem for most, but those seeking credible scientific sources to support dietary decisions should look elsewhere.