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Studies indicate that prolonged fasting elevates adrenaline and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) in the body. When fasting for an extended period, the rate of metabolism increases and this process requires energy, in turn burning excess body fat.
OMAD is a heavily restrictive diet that can lead to a host of problems, including poor gastric motility.
With strict limitations on the number of meals, OMAD can cause dizziness, nausea, irritability and extreme hunger. This hunger can also make people reach for processed foods that cause weight gain, suggests Hudson Medical and Wellness certified nutritionist, Preeti Pulaski.
With the intestines at rest and bad bacteria deprived of food during intermittent fasting, the OMAD diet builds gut health. A study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information also states that fasting during OMAD helps reduce inflammation.
The hunger hormone ghrelin is usually at risk of increasing with OMAD, says dietician Mitun De Sarkar. OMAD diet makes a person feel hungrier and results in an increased intake of food compared to when meals are spread throughout the day.
Dr Xand Van Tulleken points to the guidelines by the UK’s NHS (National Health Service) for fasting, which recommends meals balanced with proteins, carbohydrates and fats.The NHS also recommends fruits, starch and whole grains to aid satiety.
The OMAD diet allows one to pick any one meal in a day and skip the rest. It also allows progressive modifications with time, based on a person’s needs and preferences. This means that you can change your meal preferences as you go along.