Hi Jimmy, how soon is your new book coming out?.. thanks...
Hi Jimmy! Do you think there will be a negative effect if a person like me follows your OMAD guide? I am a working student and I think I have a quick metabolism so I always get hungry. Thank you and more power to your book! <3
At the top of the page here, there is a link for “home”, and if you look on the main website page, it shows all of the information about buying the book, and what comes with it, @Janine .Hi Jimmy. Where can I buy this book? I live in South Africa.
Thank you for the information and the welcome mam . I have done 16:8 for a good few months but the results was not what I had hoped for. Last week I did 3 days of Omad and was surprised at how easy it is! Weekends are the enemy for me though. So I am going to try and do Omad for this week every day. I realised that my mind is the one who needs work. It thinks if you do Omad you can eat all you want, ie biscuits etc. I am determined to stick to a cleaner eating window this week.At the top of the page here, there is a link for “home”, and if you look on the main website page, it shows all of the information about buying the book, and what comes with it, @Janine .
Welcome to the forum ! Are you just starting OMAD, or have you been following this way of eating for a while ? We are a great group here , with people from all over, some who are just starting out and some who have already lost weight by fasting and controlled eating.
Thank you again. I am going to explore the site a bit and definitely buy the book. I have also been doing keto in the past with my 16:8 but not strict enough.Janine, there is a wealth of information that is on the main website, and if you look at some of the blog posts, Jimmy has answered most of the questions that we all ask when starting out.
As far as coffee, I do have a cup in the morning and since I am also doing keto, I add a little bit of heavy cream in the coffee. Cream has a lot less carbs than milk does, so it does not stimulate insulin production like milk would do.
I have found that even though there are no foods that are off-limits for the OMAD style of eating, when ever I have eaten carbs that create insulin spikes, it throws my diet off track.
The insulin spike makes me hungry, and then the fasting is hard, where I seldom even notice hunger when I don’t eat sweets or starches, and just have slower digesting vegetables and salads, along with some protein for my meals.
What works for me, is sticking to the low carb/keto foods for all of my regular meals, and then if something special comes along, like a dinner out, I can enjoy whatever food I want, and it is not as apt to cause problems for me because it is only occasional, and by morning, I will have burned off any sugar calories, and be back to burning body fat again.