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  1. Cassie
    December 12, 2012

    Hi Laura,

    If you go off of this diet, you will gain it all back and more. If you change your mentality to eating this way as a lifestyle, you can succeed.

  2. xolly
    December 12, 2012

    I have been doin this 4 a week now and I have lost 2kg, my goal is to lose 25kg.this time I’m gonna make this worki

  3. Haley
    December 14, 2012

    Hello, guys! It’s so good to see you guys doing this! I have always been interested in doing this, but actually, I have no idea how much I should eat when I have my 1 meal of the day. When I have lots of vegi’s, after a while, I become to be hungry which I need other nutrients like carbs, things like that. But I can’ t have them all just in a time. How are you guys doing this?

    Also, I love to have company to get good advice and to keep motivated… I am 4’8(I know I am short :p), female, and my average weight is around 52 kg.. I want to lose the last pound 10-20, but by alone, keeping it isn’t easy…. hbhwscj@hanmail.net -would anyone like to join me? :D

  4. Kris
    December 15, 2012

    An intriguing discussion is definitely worth comment.

    I do think that you should publish more on this subject matter, it may not
    be a taboo matter but typically people don’t speak about these topics. To the next! Many thanks!!

  5. Jeanetta
    December 28, 2012

    I have been eating this way on and off for years but finally want to make it a permanent lifestyle change. Any takers for a 2013 one-meal-a-day challenge? We can motivate each other to stay on track and healthy/fit for an entire year and beyond. How awesome would that be?? :-) I will take some before pics as well as track my progress monthly with pictures/weight/measurements. Please e-mail me if your are interested and we will discuss details.
    bradleyjeanetta@gmail.com.
    P.S. If it matters, I am female, 5’5″, 145ish lbs.
    Happy New Year!

  6. Jeanetta
    January 7, 2013

    Hello! Hope you all were able to start off the new year strong with the Warrior Diet. Made it through week one of my challenge, yay! Lost 3 pounds and feeling better each day. I decided to started a blog to track my progress. It’s really more of an online diary for me to keep on track and stay motivated, but you can read the first few posts here:
    thewarriorgirl.blogspot.com
    Still working on the blog design but it’s up and going!! Good luck everyone!

  7. Nathan
    January 7, 2013

    Rusty,

    As someone who works out religiously, how do you do this kind of diet but not run out of energy at the gym? I know that even when I eat regularly, if I skip my 3 o clock shake and start driving to the gym hungry, my intensity suffers.

  8. angela
    January 8, 2013

    I have neen doing this diet for a not even a week now and have lost 3 lbs. 25 lbs, here I come

  9. Lisa
    January 17, 2013

    I started this diet last Wednesday …. purely because it makes me more self willed. Once I start eating something I crave more, so to just wait until the evening meal means I can eat until I am full. I weighed yesterday after a week and I have lost 4ib. Considering the last time I went on a diet for a week I put on 2ib ….. definitly think this one suits me personally.

  10. Stolenafrican
    January 18, 2013

    Ive been doing this warrior diet for 3 months and I lost tremandous amount of weight. One meal a day is the best option on losing weight. Try to have a good cardio routine everyday, anything is better than nothing. -peace-

  11. kendra
    January 23, 2013

    Well hello peeps. I have been muslim for 5 years now and have fasted every year for 30 days i didnt seem to loose weight though……i think my metqbolism slowed down to accomidate the change in my diet.in this diet are u allowed to at least drink wawater during the day? Or do u have nothing to eat or drink like we muslims do? I know i can do this cuz ive done it before but i had no results what gives?

  12. Nina stone
    January 31, 2013

    This is the best diet I’ve ever tried! Totally love it lost 6 lbs in a week! AMAZING!! :-)

  13. Osman
    February 15, 2013

    @Kendra,

    Yes you are allowed to drink water and any non-caloric liquid. One meal a day diet or any kind of intermittent fasting is very different from the Islamic fasts. Islamic fasts are observed during “Ramadhan” and they are not done weight loss rather its done for religious and spiritual purposes.

    One meal a day diet is a different ball game altogether.

    By the way, even I tend to lose no weight during Ramadhan! In fact I GAIN weight. But thats more because of our unhealthy habits. If we eat reasonably during dawn and dusk meals, we can see its positive effects too.

    If you’d like to discuss this more, u can reach me at othmansafdar at gmail dot com

  14. Sasha
    February 19, 2013

    What do u eat Nina ?wow 6 lbs is a lot

  15. Rose
    February 26, 2013

    I am following this way of eating now, and I would like an accountability partner(s). I track my success on Twitter, at onemealadaylife. If you follow me and let me know that you want an accountability partner too, then I will follow you. Thanks and Much Sucess on establishing your new eating habit! :)

  16. Rose
    February 26, 2013

    I am following this way of eating now, and I would like an accountability partner(s). I track my success on Twitter, at onemealadaylife. If you follow me and let me know that you want an accountability partner too, then I will follow you. Thanks and Much Success on establishing your new eating habit! :)

  17. Vanessa
    February 28, 2013

    Hi i m 16 and i am tryin to go on onr meal a day but i jst want to ask one ques Can i lose lot Of weight if i go on obe meal a day and do good cardio work out and also drink a lot Of water and elso eat health is that gud for me k just need ang answer plzz

  18. Keith Muhammad
    March 2, 2013

    Hey Rusty hope this email finds you well. I like your info regarding eating one meal a day. However, I just want to inform you that this is not a new thing or event. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught this for 40 years and wrote two books vol. 1 &2 entitled “how to eat to live.”And many people including myself have experience adhering to this way of eating to live. Today Min Farrakhan continues teaching this way of eating for good health and longevity.

  19. Monet
    April 7, 2013

    Have stared and stopped a few times in the past, no willpower! This time I am sticking to it. Went from 158.1 to 153.5 since the 1st, and man, am I eating at supper time! I did this in high school and never had a weight problem until I hit 40. Actually, I feel like 40 hit me, and hard! I am now 47 and will hit 50 looking and feeling great!
    I saw that Dr. Mark Mattson, PhD, a researcher at the National Institute on Aging, and professor in the department of neuroscience at John Hopkins Medical school, eats this way. He also runs 6 to 9 miles a day with a high school cross country team he coaches! If someone as intelligent as he is, who studies aging and it’s effects on the human brain feels this is the healthiest way to eat, that’s good enough for me!

  20. Monet
    April 9, 2013

    Just wondering about my comment? I didn’t write anything objectionable. Well, love one meal a day.

  21. Andrea
    April 27, 2013

    If you are over weight and eat once a day. Your body is living off the fat. So you are totally fine. I did this all growing up due to medical reason. Now that I have had 3 kids it has hit me to starting eating once a day. I’ve been doing it for a week and have lost 5 lbs. But you also have to think. This isn’t for everyone. If you have medical conditions or are on medication that says take with food. Please ask your doctor first.

  22. Carrie
    April 29, 2013

    I lose a pound a day doing this =) i just started going to the gym so i should start losing even more! I love this

  23. Maddy J
    April 30, 2013

    Does the one meal you eat necessarily have to be in the evening ? Could it be eaten in the afternoon ?

  24. Linda Snyder
    May 15, 2013

    Hi Rusty – It’s Linda here from the first post on this thread. Haven’t stopped by in quite awhile. So unbelievable that this thread has 2543 (now 2544) posts! Wow!

  25. Linda Snyder
    May 15, 2013

    Been awhile since I checked in here. Unbelievable that there are 2,543 comments on this thread!!

  26. Linda S
    May 16, 2013

    Nice to see this thread still going after almost 6 years!

  27. Erika
    May 20, 2013

    This was my eating habit when I was in college, not to lose weight but only because I was too lazy to cook and was sick of cafeteria food. (I never enjoyed eating ever since I was a kid.) I ate one meal in the evening when I was starving enough that taste and texture of food didn’t matter any more. When I got a job and this social obligation to eat lunch with others came along, I got to try different food and started to enjoy eating…maybe too much. First time in my life, I was 15 lbs heavier than my all-time heaviest 105 lbs! I also felt sluggish and tired. As someone who never worked out in life and extremely disliking physical activities, I had no way of losing weight other than controlled diet. So I went back to my old eating habit, eating one meal a day. The reason behind eating in the evening is, if you eat in the morning, you will be hungry all day and can’t sleep at night because you are hungry. Some people think this causes health problem but I am perfectly healthy 5’3, 105 lb, 31 yr old who has been doing this for a long time. Once you hit your desired “healthy”, managable weight, you can start to eat small snacks, too. The key is not to expand your stomach to the extent of feeling hungry.

  28. Osman Sadar
    May 21, 2013

    Hello. I have been doing this diet on and off for a number of days. Eating One Meal a Day is the simplest diet ever, yet its challenging. The most difficult part for me is to stay motivated throughout the day to carry on with this way of eating EVERY DAY, not just one day.

    I would really like the help and support of an accountability partner(s), to help me stay motivated to follow through with eating one meal a day.

    If anyone wants to be part of a Skype support group, drop me a line at othmansafdar(at)gmail.com

    If we could keep track of our progress with daily accountability check, I believe it will be mutually beneficial for all of us!

  29. Bill Brooks
    May 22, 2013

    Glad to have found this website. I noticed that fasting all day and eating one meal about 5pm has helped with my pain associated with my arthritis/fibromyalga condition. That’s why I have been doing it. Not quite sure why it works though.

  30. chanel
    June 10, 2013

    Hey anyone wanting to help me feel free you hit me up so wanting to start this diet as early as last month lol

  31. Daphney
    June 11, 2013

    I’ve started yesterday I eat one meal at night and drink lots of water, I also use slimming pills and exercise almost everyday. I hope I lose more fat fast. I’m desperate I can’t fit in anything on my wodrobe I’m 23yrs and I weigh 86kg with a very big tummy.

  32. cmarshall
    June 13, 2013

    is it ok to eat fruit during the day and coffee in the morning, then eat one meal at 5?

  33. Brad
    July 10, 2013

    This method absolutely works. I have been doing it for 1.5 years now. I personally lost 140 lbs in 8 months. I am not hungry and eat anything I want at my evening meal. Anything includes pizza, burgers, fried food…anything. I try to only do those items 1 or 2 times per week. Other than that I eat a large fresh salad and then a full meal, including pie or ice cream for desert if i want. I drink primarily water or unsweetened tea with my meal. I drink 4-5 large water (10-14 oz each) each morning. I drink 2 large coffees during the day. On occaision I feel the need for something and grab an apple to get me through..(4 times in a year and a half). All blood work comes back perfect, and have full medical approval as I eat all my calories at once.

  34. Shane
    July 23, 2013

    Day 3…

    Weight is at 282.8 this morning. I ate 2 piece of fish with white rice and a low carb bar at about 6pm. Mostly water weight Im sure but it feels good to see the scales go down. Will update as I go…

  35. Monet
    December 17, 2013

    Hi, is there any way to read all the old comments? They were very motivational and I miss them.

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