24 Hours Intermittent Fasting Protocol, Also Known As “OMAD”
This way of doing intermittent fasting involves fasting from dinner to dinner (or lunch to lunch). If you eat dinner on day 1, you would skip the next day’s breakfast and lunch and eat dinner again on day 2. This means that you are still eating daily, but only once during that day. This is generally done two to three times per week.
24 Hours IF Protocol is usually held 2-4 times a week followed with 16/8 TRE protocol for none fasting days.
Warning: Please, do not hold 24 hours IF protocol for longer periods of time. It might start acting as a calorie-restricted diet and you will run a risk of lowering your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and in many cases, this is an irreversible condition.
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Who should NOT fast?
You should not do intermittent fasting if you are:
Underweight (BMI < 18.5)
Pregnant – you need extra nutrients for your child.
Breastfeeding – you need extra nutrients for your child.
A child under 18 – you need extra nutrients to grow.
You can fast, but may need supervision, under these conditions:
If you have diabetes mellitus – type 1 or type 2.
Taking prescription medication.
You have gout or high uric acid.
Example of 24 Hours IF Protocol
** This table is just an example and exactly the same what I use for my 24 Hours Intermittent Fasting protocol. Adjust the time and days as you like, for example, you might wish to eat Lunch and skip all others. But it has to be continuous 24 hours of fasting. Two 12 hours fasts don’t count.
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