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Introducing the OMAD Diet: THE INTERMITTANT FASTING SHORT GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS >>> What if there was a LIFESTYLE diet which; Makes weight loss effortless, without having to sacrifice the foods you love? Helps fight ageing whilst providing “numerous health benefits” (Professor Mark Mattson, national institute on aging) Delivers heightened mental clarity and ma Introducing the OMAD Diet: THE INTERMITTANT FASTING SHORT GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS >>> What if there was a LIFESTYLE diet which; Makes weight loss effortless, without having to sacrifice the foods you love? Helps fight ageing whilst providing “numerous health benefits” (Professor Mark Mattson, national institute on aging) Delivers heightened mental clarity and marked performance benefits Helps fight some of the Western World’s most prevalent and hard to treat diseases – including Cancer, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes and Heart Disease >>> Welcome to the One Meal A Day Eating revolution Intermittent Fasting revolutionised the way we eat in 2013 and ‘14, and was described by the Daily Express newspaper as “The year's most talked about weight-loss trend”. It was the diet plan which empowered people to lose weight quickly. The Daily Mail called it “The biggest diet revolution since the Atkins” and their parent paper, the Mail on Sunday said it’s “The only diet plans you'll ever need”. For the Radio Times it was simply “The diet that works”. The Guardian noted that 5:2 is "A modern phenomenon...it sometimes seems as if every other person you meet is following [it]" The 5:2 diet was lauded by the media as the final answer to the western world’s dietary challenges and obesity epidemics. It was the diet to end all diets. Simple, part-time, flexible, hugely healthy and massively effective. But what if there is a way to upgrade the diet which received such plaudits? What if there is a way to make it work better? What if there was a way to ratchet up the health benefits, the anti-aging benefits, the weight loss benefits and the overall effectiveness of the diet? In this book, Eric Blackburn introduces the revolutionary eating protocol which is set to be the breakout diet of 2015. In this short guide, you’ll learn Why the 5:2 and other Intermittent Fasting techniques are not actually fasting at all – and why the benefits are thus overplayed How eating one large meal a day better mimics how our ancestors lived Learn why OMAD has been ‘secretly’ used by Hollywood diet gurus, cover models and athletes as a weapon for getting in shape fast Learn the 7 principals to make the OMAD diet effortlessly work for you Why you don’t need to count calories or macro nutrients on the OMAD diet – making it a simple lifestyle choice Vs. a yoyo diet plan The myth of ‘three meals a day’ and how it was cooked up by marketing men to sell you breakfast cereal Learn how OMAD can help you reduce aging, by down regulating ‘bad’ cell proliferation Learn how OMAD can help you avoid or beat some of the biggest ‘killer’ diseases in the western world Learn how OMAD helps boost your mental clarity


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Introducing the OMAD Diet: THE INTERMITTANT FASTING SHORT GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS >>> What if there was a LIFESTYLE diet which; Makes weight loss effortless, without having to sacrifice the foods you love? Helps fight ageing whilst providing “numerous health benefits” (Professor Mark Mattson, national institute on aging) Delivers heightened mental clarity and ma Introducing the OMAD Diet: THE INTERMITTANT FASTING SHORT GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS >>> What if there was a LIFESTYLE diet which; Makes weight loss effortless, without having to sacrifice the foods you love? Helps fight ageing whilst providing “numerous health benefits” (Professor Mark Mattson, national institute on aging) Delivers heightened mental clarity and marked performance benefits Helps fight some of the Western World’s most prevalent and hard to treat diseases – including Cancer, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes and Heart Disease >>> Welcome to the One Meal A Day Eating revolution Intermittent Fasting revolutionised the way we eat in 2013 and ‘14, and was described by the Daily Express newspaper as “The year's most talked about weight-loss trend”. It was the diet plan which empowered people to lose weight quickly. The Daily Mail called it “The biggest diet revolution since the Atkins” and their parent paper, the Mail on Sunday said it’s “The only diet plans you'll ever need”. For the Radio Times it was simply “The diet that works”. The Guardian noted that 5:2 is "A modern phenomenon...it sometimes seems as if every other person you meet is following [it]" The 5:2 diet was lauded by the media as the final answer to the western world’s dietary challenges and obesity epidemics. It was the diet to end all diets. Simple, part-time, flexible, hugely healthy and massively effective. But what if there is a way to upgrade the diet which received such plaudits? What if there is a way to make it work better? What if there was a way to ratchet up the health benefits, the anti-aging benefits, the weight loss benefits and the overall effectiveness of the diet? In this book, Eric Blackburn introduces the revolutionary eating protocol which is set to be the breakout diet of 2015. In this short guide, you’ll learn Why the 5:2 and other Intermittent Fasting techniques are not actually fasting at all – and why the benefits are thus overplayed How eating one large meal a day better mimics how our ancestors lived Learn why OMAD has been ‘secretly’ used by Hollywood diet gurus, cover models and athletes as a weapon for getting in shape fast Learn the 7 principals to make the OMAD diet effortlessly work for you Why you don’t need to count calories or macro nutrients on the OMAD diet – making it a simple lifestyle choice Vs. a yoyo diet plan The myth of ‘three meals a day’ and how it was cooked up by marketing men to sell you breakfast cereal Learn how OMAD can help you reduce aging, by down regulating ‘bad’ cell proliferation Learn how OMAD can help you avoid or beat some of the biggest ‘killer’ diseases in the western world Learn how OMAD helps boost your mental clarity

30 review for EATING ONE MEAL A DAY: THE INTERMITTANT FASTING REVOLUTION FOR BEGINNERS: Lose weight, beat disease and fight ageing! (OMAD Diet Series - One Meal A Day)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Darrell Combs

    Straight to the point. I appreciated the author's knowledge of what OMAD is and saying it without alot of fluff. This is good information for those of us that feel like we need 3 to 6 meals away to be healthy. Hopefully the fat will begin to melt fast, quick, and in a hurry!😂

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ross Darren Knowles

    Good read It tells you what you need to know so I will do the one meal a day fasting I need to loose 4 stone I don't want another heart attack

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Abraham

    Simple and short It's not rocket science. I only needed an FAQ of what to do and how much and this short little booklet provided in spades.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dean

    Good read... I love books that are direct and straight to the point. It was informative and a great read. Looking forward to giving it a shot.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carla

    Pretty good book - I definitely agree with the OMAD plan.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Charli Woolsey

    Great read I choose this rating because it was very in formative and gave step by step instruction on OMAD fasting without a lot of scientific jargon that is hard to understand.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Cox

    Great read Great read goes into detail about the health benefits I will definitely start doing this diet. It just doesn't make sense to eat 3 or more meals a day

  8. 4 out of 5

    Silvia

    Eating one meal a day reviewed by Tevin The rating doesn't reflect the quality of the book. I am disappointed as I was expecting something a little more academic. As I read to learn and to eventually confront my ideas with the approach of the author, it is important for me that the author backs up his information. I need to feel the authority comes from studies. I didn't feel that with this book. Saying that, the rating reflects more my disappointment than the quality of the book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mark Taylor

    Straight forward and uncomplicated Like other books I've read before like delay dont deny this is straight forward with no fancy gimmicks easy to understand

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