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30 Sep 17
I have been following OMAD for the last 4 – 5 months, but am now trying to combine with 5:2 diet to get past a month-long plateau. I was wondering if anyone else has tried this, and, if so, how has it worked for you?
1 Oct 17
I’m down 2.8 pounds in the past week by combining the two. It seems this has gotten me over the plateau. My typical loss has been 0.5 – 1.5lbs per week.
23 Aug 18
@feynman1977 – you still on here? Still fasting? For 3 weeks I’ve been doing a 4 hour feeding window, not strict OMAD, Mon-Fri and then controlled eating Sat/Sun. It’s amazing! Just curious if you were still plugging away with this.
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