Sunday, June 20, 2021


Watch this video about a One Meal a Day (OMAD) experience:

Your mileage may vary, of course. Based on my own current dieting experience, I'd combine OMAD with calorie reduction. Trying to stuff nearly 3000 calories down your gullet in the space of an hour seems insane to me, and it makes me wonder whether the guy was actually doing OMAD right. True, he's a weightlifter, so that amount of food might be appropriate for him, but for my own needs, I think that staying under 2000 calories a day is more appropriate. He is probably right, however, about the various hacks you can use to get through the day. I'm especially interested in apple-cider vinegar, which I recently saw is being sold at Costco in unfiltered form. ACV, as it's called, is supposed to be good for blood sugar.

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