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    Yeah that's what I remember from binging house instead of revising for GCSEs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoffl View Post
    Thanks lads.
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    Anybody with experiences with OMAD (One meal a day)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheps View Post
    Anybody with experiences with OMAD (One meal a day)?
    I've been doing OMAD for a few months now and done several 24, 48, 72h fasts. It works, but you need to be mindful what you eat. Keto works best because it supresses a lot of the hunger issues that come with lots of carbs in regular diets. Clocking it around 1200kcal per day I'm in plateau but I've been avoiding the gym recently unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheps View Post
    Anybody with experiences with OMAD (One meal a day)?
    If it helps you reduce your calory intake more easily that other methods then go for it. Make sure you are still getting all the required micronutrients
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    Well, calorie reduction and weight loss is part of the motivation, but I am also after the keto stuff. Not sure on the science, but stuff like Fat For Fuel suggests that there are other benefits. I've been doing it for two weeks now, and have lost 5 kgs (down from 94 -> 89 - 180cm). Looks like I need to change my diet somewhat; not really worried about micronutrients, I'm pretty much eating the same stuff I was previously. I'm kinda worried about calorie intake though. Need to up the fat, or eat nuts - not able to eat enough in one sitting without bursting. Considering having one day where I relax a bit (say Saturday or Sunday) to stem the fall a bit.

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    Fat for fuel exaggerates a lot of claims about keto diets. Keto is fine for people who struggle to form restrictive diet habits using conventional methods of caloric restriction, it isn't a silver bullet though.

    One meal a day is a pretty big behavioral shift. If you want to try time limited eating the current advice from recent studies is to reduce your feeding window at first to 12 hours a day, ie 8 til 8, then each week knock an hour off. Typically it's better to eat more food in the morning since your body gets a bigger thermic effect from feeding then. Some people struggle to sleep while feeling hungry so that also plays a part in the equation. Your body becomes less effective at burning body fat when sleep deprived.
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    I've done calorie restriction diets before, but it's a hassle. For the past year, I've been cutting down to 2 meals a day (breakfast and dinner with 10 hours between them), but typically tend to snack during late evening and then I ruin both my budget and the fat burning. It's made the transition into OMAD easier though. I don't have issues going long without food - it's mostly getting enough calories that is a problem. Short-term it's ok; I want to loose weight and as long as my energy levels don't drop I'm good with running a deficiency. But at some point the weight loss needs to level out, and I'd also like to get back into cycling / jogging, so that needs to be factored into the equation (a typical bike ride is anywhere between 1000 and 1600 calories depending on duration and intensity), whereas jogging would be in the 400-800 range.

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    Keto is a great way to look hot while dying young. Don't do that shit for more than a couple of months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    Keto is a great way to look hot while dying young. Don't do that shit for more than a couple of months.
    Ok, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheps View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    Keto is a great way to look hot while dying young. Don't do that shit for more than a couple of months.
    Ok, why not?
    I'm also curious. Because at the moment obesity and diabetes kill a lot more reliably than not eating more than 20-30g carbs/day (which is basically what the keto diet is).
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    I don't think keto will kill you. It does have a cult status which means there are all sorts of outlandish claims emerging all the time about it.
    Look, the wages you withheld from the workmen who mowed your fields are crying out against you. The cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord of Hosts. You have lived on earth in luxury and self-indulgence. You have fattened yourselves for slaughter.

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    Started running again; now my calf is muscle is torn. The good things for us can be so bad lol

    Anyone have protips on healing running injuries? Thinking protein shakes and rest

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    Torn calf needs pain management and light stretching. Depending on the grade of the tear you may need more or less rest.

    I had a grade 1 calf tear from a hockey match a few weeks ago and was able to play the next week, walking was painful for a couple of days. Worse tears will take quite a bit longer.
    Look, the wages you withheld from the workmen who mowed your fields are crying out against you. The cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord of Hosts. You have lived on earth in luxury and self-indulgence. You have fattened yourselves for slaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keckers View Post
    Torn calf needs pain management and light stretching. Depending on the grade of the tear you may need more or less rest.

    I had a grade 1 calf tear from a hockey match a few weeks ago and was able to play the next week, walking was painful for a couple of days. Worse tears will take quite a bit longer.
    Nice one, this made me feel a lot better. It already feels way better, hopefully I'll be able to start running again in a couple of weeks

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