OMAD (One Meal A Day) Every Other Day: Is it Good or Bad?

OMAD (One Meal A Day) Every Other Day: Is it Good or Bad?

OMAD (One Meal A Day) Every Other Day: Is it Good or Bad?

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so today we’re gonna talk about one meal a day every other day recently this came up as a question so I wanted to do a video just on this one topic question is is it healthy is an unhealthy what happens if I don’t eat for a whole day and well just realize this I mean millions of people are fasting right now on a regular basis for religious reasons for health reasons some people go weeks even a month and with very little side effects and huge therapeutic benefits improves your cognition your mood your inflammation your heart your brain it’s not that you’re starving you’re just shifting your body to burning your own stored fat so you are eating when you’re not eating you’re just eating you’re living off your fat which very few people ever tap into the guy who took their record for fasting did it for 382 days ok and they see I think it was like 450 pounds and he went all the way down to 180 so what you need to realize is that when you eat is actually more important than what you eat I’m not saying don’t do healthy keto I’m just emphasizing the pattern of eating is very very very important because what you’re doing is you’re lowering insulin when you’re doing this and you’re running on ketones and there’s many other positive benefits however if you’re gonna do this I highly recommend you do it with a very high quality electrolyte with a lot of potassium and magnesium also trace minerals also be vitamins in the form of nutritional yeast okay and number three sea salt if you don’t have an assault you may find that you’re tired your muscles are fatigued that just means you need a little more sea salt okay for vitamin d3 in k2 simply because it’s very difficult to get true vitamin d3 from diet and you’re not eating so you’re not gonna get vitamin D but you’re gonna get it from the Sun so if you’re getting a lot of Sun great then you don’t need it but a lot of people are indoors so I recommend the d3 and K 2 together and then we talked about trace minerals so this is what you do simply you go three meals a day no snacks okay if you’re new to this I put a link down below what to eat okay so you could learn what what to do as far as healthy keto so you do this for a period of time until your wake up in the morning you’re not hungry and you go as long as you can okay before you have your first meal let’s say it’s 12:00 or 1:00 and then you have your second meal and you start to squish those down okay so you’re let’s say you’re fasting for 16 hours and then 18 hours and then 20 hours and you have a four hour window to the point where you’re eventually at one meal a day I like to do this gradually okay and then what happens the next phase is you just practice this one principle here if you’re not hungry don’t eat okay just ride the wave and go longer longer to the point where you’re not even eating for a whole day and you just eat every other day make sure that the meal you eat though is nutrient-dense and it’s enough of the right foods and realize that your body is going to be very conservative it’s going to adapt it’s going to be more efficient the amount of nutrients you need is going to be a lot less because your body is recycling a lot of these things but I highly recommend doing this pattern one meal every other day for those people that are just really plateaued they have a slow metabolism or they have a water weight to lose and they want to speed up the process alright thanks for watching hey before you go would you mind putting a comment down below to tell me what you think about this video

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INTERMITTENT FASTING VIDEO:

Dr. Eric Berg talks about when you should do OMAD (One-Meal-A-Day) every other day. If your metabolism is slow and or you need and want to lose more weight in less time, you may want to do this. Start out gradually and then go longer and longer without eating. The key is not eating unless you are hungry. Let your body tell you when to eat.

Some Benefits of Fasting
1. Improves cognitive function
2. Improves mood
3. Decrease inflammation
Important Point: WHEN you eat is more important than WHAT you eat.

Important Nutrients to Consume when Fasting
1. Electrolytes
2. B-vitamins
3. Sea salt
4. D3 – K2
5. Trace Minerals

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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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