Is There An End To Losing Weight?


Is there time that our bodies can be used to OMAD that we do not lose weight anymore? I feel there must be an end somewhere of losing weight. Otherwise one wi lose everything.
 
Is there time that our bodies can be used to OMAD that we do not lose weight anymore? I feel there must be an end somewhere of losing weight. Otherwise one wi lose everything.
I am not 100% sure of that, but according to many other's cases, they should be a certain weight point, and around that weight plus and minus 5lb range, there is no more weight loss if we do normal daily activity and diet.
 
Well, it is possible that our body will fully adjust to our diet that we will notice that no more changes are happening to our body anymore. I have done a small research and according to it our body will keep on adjusting to our changes no matter what. What we can do in order to have diet is to change the routine of meal or meal window. You have to make some adjustments and that may depend on you whether you would like to do it weekly or monthly. That may help you to maintain doing a diet for a long period of time.
 
Hahaha. I believe that we all have targets set and a certain weight that each one aspires to reach which is the major reason for fasting. When you reach your goals then you surely ought to put in some other measures like lowering the exercise rate.
 
I see what you mean. At what point do we stop OMAD? At what point do we stop loosing weight? At what point does you body say no more. I think this is refereed to as a plateau. I reached a point on OMAD where I was no longer loosing as much weight. I had not reached my ideal weight which I have in my head. Its also advised to get your ideal weight, which is dependent on your height. Plateaus can be worked through. I changed to vegetarian keto for two weeks and this helped restart my weight loss.
 
I really believe there's more to this goal than just losing the weight. An important is being healthy, one can be overweight but healthy. That's why another goal is looking good, me I'd just like to be able to buy clothes that do not have more than one "X" size. That's my goal.
 
I suppose this would depend on whether you get enough calories from your meal each day.

Since the calories you get will vary (depending on a number of factors) there is a likelihood that if you regularly get less than you need, your weight will continue dropping. However if you ensure you get about the same calories each day, there'll come a time when you'll neither lose nor gain weight. But again there are many variables in play which translates to some negligible weight gain or weight loss which you'll hardly notice.
 
Yes, there most likely is an end, but it’s going to vary on your daily caloric intake. Our bodies are actually incredibly efficient at adjusting our metabolisms based on how many calories we consume on a daily basis.

This is why many people on low-calorie diets find that they lose a lot of weight at first, but then plateau after a while. Your body might start off at a 2,000 calorie per day metabolic rate, but after a while of eating say 1,200 calories a day, your body will switch to a 1,200 calorie a day metabolic rate and work more efficiently. This is also why people who go back to regular diets put on a lot of weight very quickly, because they resume eating 2,000 calories when their body only needs 1,200.

Unless you're at an extreme caloric deficit, I believe that weight loss eventually does plateau even with OMAD, otherwise people who’ve done OMAD their whole life would be anorexic.
 
I low key ask the question also to my friends and Mom. We all don't know actually. I've lost a lot of pounds since starting Omad. I can say that I've already achieve my ideal body as of now but I also gain weight, 1-2 pounds depends on what I eat a day. Maybe I will not be stop doing Omad. Omad is very good lifestyle though. What I'm achieving now is to maintain my body weight.
 
It's very simple. What you consume on daily basis would be what determines whether you would keep adding weight and loosing weight as well. The amount of calories you consume goes a long way in deciding how much weight you would lose on both short term and long term basis.
 
Our body will get to the point where we can't lose weights no matter what we do. I took my grandma to the hospital few weeks ago and while we were talking with the doctor, I said something about Omad which the doctor said that my grand mom is at that age she can't lose any weight no matter the diet plan she decides to follow.
 
I think when that time comes what will happen is maintaining your healthy lifestyle. When we come to the point that we already set a routine for ourselves to be responsible for what we do and what we eat, this will surely what happens.
 
Our body will get to the point where we can't lose weights no matter what we do. I took my grandma to the hospital few weeks ago and while we were talking with the doctor, I said something about Omad which the doctor said that my grand mom is at that age she can't lose any weight no matter the diet plan she decides to follow.
I'm very curious about how old your grandmother is that you would want to introduce her to OMAD as long as she is not suffering from obesity which I hope she is not. Although, I have reasons to believe that age does not have anything to do with adults taking part in OMAD.
 
I'm very curious about how old your grandmother is that you would want to introduce her to OMAD as long as she is not suffering from obesity which I hope she is not. Although, I have reasons to believe that age does not have anything to do with adults taking part in OMAD.
Just like I said, I felt that it is a diet that everyone can practice. One thing that I always let people know is that Omad is a good diet and this was the reason I had to mention it to the doctor to see if he is going to give her a go-ahead to take part.
 
Well, yes. If you reach your ideal weight then that would be it. You just have to maintain and be careful of what you eat. Moderation should be the key and exercise should be done regularly. A proper diet should be taken too.
 
Your body will ultimately settle on the weight it can maintain based on the total nutrition you are providing it with. This can be abstracted to a large degree as 'calories', with the caveat that the calories should be at least somewhat reasonably balanced nutritionally. If your daily meal is on average 1200 calories, you will lose weight until you are at a weight that your body can sustain at 1200 calories. For most people, especially males, this would probably be considered underweight, perhaps unhealthily underweight. Most males would need at least 1600 calories and if active closer to 2000 calories (or more if especially active) in a day to maintain a healthy body weight.

If eating OMAD, 2000 calories might seem like a big meal, and I suppose it is. However I have never had a problem eating a medium sized pizza all on my own, and that's a 2000 calorie meal right there.
 
I don't think there's an end, because once you realize that you're obese and you manage to actually lose weight constantly is the unstoppable point. Myself I ended my OMAD not out of desire but I was on a trip and couldn't maintain my diet and way of life.
 
Our body will get to the point where we can't lose weights no matter what we do. I took my grandma to the hospital few weeks ago and while we were talking with the doctor, I said something about Omad which the doctor said that my grand mom is at that age she can't lose any weight no matter the diet plan she decides to follow.
I will be 76 this year, and OMAD works fine. As we age, our metabolism slows down less calories are required. Also, some of us are limited by disabilities that prevent strenuous exercise. It is very important that our intake is high quality food, (which might also include nutritional supplements). Adequate protein, low carbohydrates/sugar, and good fats.
 
I will be 76 this year, and OMAD works fine. As we age, our metabolism slows down less calories are required. Also, some of us are limited by disabilities that prevent strenuous exercise. It is very important that our intake is high quality food, (which might also include nutritional supplements). Adequate protein, low carbohydrates/sugar, and good fats.
That describes me almost exactly, as well, @Badgerlvr ! I am almost 75, and have heart problems, so I can’t exercise like I used to, and certainly do not need as many calories to keep my body fueled.
Because of my heart meds, my heart rate usually stays right around 50-60, so the metabolism is slowed down a lot from that, too.
I do my main exercise with swimming and water exerises , because those are easier for me to do, and i don’t have to worry about falling. If I lose my balance, I just go SPLASH !
 
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