The One Meal a Day Diet

Introduction

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I’ve been a proponent of the one meal a day diet for a while now because it’s so simple and easy to follow.

The basic idea is that you eat one meal every day, usually at night (some people do it during the day). The only rule is that you can’t eat anything else, you can just drink water.

Now, I know that sounds hard—who wants to eat just one meal every day? But honestly, this diet is so much easier than you might think. You don’t have to worry about counting calories or anything like that; all you have to do is eat enough food in your one meal so that you feel full—not stuffed, but satisfied.

The great thing about this diet is that it takes away all the stress associated with trying to stay healthy. You’re not going to have any temptations from other foods or snacks in the house, so there’s no temptation at all!

Another benefit of this diet is its simplicity: once you’ve committed yourself to eat only one meal a day, there’s nothing else left but enjoying that meal!

Vocabulary

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  • diet (adjective)
  • fast (adjective)
  • full (adjective)

The Question

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Could you eat just one meal a day?

Additional Questions

Keep the conversation going with these follow questions related to The One Meal a Day Diet
  • How often do you eat now?
  • Do you think you eat too much?
  • How long do you think you should go without eating between meals?
  • If you ate just one meal a day what would you eat?
  • How would you feel eating once a day?
  • Do you think the OMAD (One Meal A Day) diet is sustainable?

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