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  1. will
    June 14, 2011

    so the best thing to do would be to do an extreme workout that you need to recover from right before bed then eat something like grilled chicken breast about 2000 calories(maybe eat some of that before you work out so you can make it through the work out) then go to bed?and if you don’t workout at all except walking around the house small stuff like that should you still eat at night or at a different time?

  2. Nataylor
    July 5, 2011

    Hey Rusty. I am 5ft tall and 49kgs.(SOUTH AFRICA). Does not sound like much hey but believe me I dont fit any of my clothes that I did last winter. I have been seeing my nutritionist for 3 months and she has had me on the 6 meal per day,high protien diet and my 7kgs that I have gained in the last year wont budge. I work out 6 days a week and eat very healthy,ie oats,protien shake,tuna,avo,almond butter on a rice cake,chicken,veg,yogurt, almonds. I have since stopped eating this way as I feel like an eating machene. I tried this 1 meal plan and lost 2 kgs in 2 days but gained it back. I have my shake after gym and drink coffee all day. Do have any advice for me to fit back into my jeans again?

  3. Tanner
    July 9, 2011

    Hey man, if I were to just strictly eat one meal a day for a week, then eat probaly 3 square meals a day, will I gain back all the weight I lost in the first week.

  4. Jess
    July 29, 2011

    Hi Rusty,

    Great info here! Just curious…if I have some adrenal issues, do you simply recommend eating 2-3 small ‘snackish’ meals during the day and then a larger one at night? I don’t want to freak my system out again, as I am starting to feel better after some fasting-induced ketosis. I was literally wiped out for weeks. I would like to get some benefits of ‘fasting’, and I am not realistically able to eat a bunch of ‘meals’ throughout the day (I teach and I can’t just drop everything to eat while the kiddos are hanging out:).

    Any suggestions would be truly appreciated…thank you!

  5. gaby
    September 15, 2011

    hi rusty n admin
    pls help. I don’t exercise. Will this diet work then?

  6. paul
    November 30, 2011

    Hey i am currently doing a report on breakfast and alot of the information sharply contrasts the research i have done. I was wondering if you could back up some of your information (site sources, expert statements) and i could check them out. Thanks.

  7. Ashlee
    February 15, 2012

    Hey guys,

    I read this whole feed and found it really helpful. I just want to ask a few questions.
    ~ I am on a meal reolacement diet as well as duromine from my gp, is this going to cause my metabolic rate to slow?
    (i also exercise daily)
    I want to see results fast! But dont want to hinder my own progress. What do you suggest?

    Thanks

  8. jaga
    July 22, 2012

    Hi bob, great stuff here, I started on warrior diet and so far I feel great. However my main goal is to add muscle mass. currently I am 125lbs and 5’5 tall. I would like to know if by following the warrior diet I will be able to add on muscle mass?

  9. jaga
    July 22, 2012

    Hi , great stuff here, I started on warrior diet and so far I feel great. However my main goal is to add muscle mass. currently I am 125lbs and 5’5 tall. I would like to know if by following the warrior diet I will be able to add on muscle mass?

  10. nadia
    July 28, 2012

    Hi guys,

    I dunno, but ever since I stopped dieting and started eating 6 meals a day (3 big/3small) I started losing weight and came to my ideal weight. My weight is stable now, no ups and downs.

  11. mar
    August 22, 2012

    The alternate up and down diet works.You eat 500 calories one day and the next day eat what ever you want.I think it is the easiest diet ever.

  12. John
    August 29, 2012

    Ive been doing this basically for 3 months, lost 15k and its worked great, lately ive eaten alot more then i should have been with fatty foods but am starting to bring it back into control. This defiantly works , awesome site!

  13. Sky
    August 29, 2012

    OMG…I’m so confused, here is what I red.

    1) Skipping Meals is Unhealthy!

    2) The main point of all of this is that skipping meals can actually help you lose weight if done correctly.

  14. Rayca
    September 26, 2012

    Not goin for it. What about all those lovely hormones that are secreted, some during the day, some during the night, some high or low depending on the time of day. We sleep at night and the wake cycle is during the day. It’s the way we have evolved. Why would you not want to eat when you wake up? Why would you want to eat a couple of hours before you sleep? Not very good for your circadian (natural) rhythm. BIG breakfast, tiny dinner. Your metabolism will thank you. I’m sure if you’re a boy (fast metabolism anyway) and you’re already lean and you don’t suffer from food cravings, you can pretty much do what you want. For the rest of us, eat according to what your day/night hormones dictate.

  15. Samantha
    September 28, 2012

    So… hopefully I’ll get a response on this.. what if you ate a very large lunch at say noon that summed up what your daily caloric goal was… would it be horrible to wait until morning to eat again? That would then be fine correct?

  16. lchln
    October 7, 2012

    this is completely bull to me. I used to hardly eat during the day and then at night i had a big meal. i’d been like this my whole life and i’d always been overweight. i always exercised frequently so my weight wasn’t due to that. a few months ago i learnt that eating more was a lot healthier, so i began to eat small meals 6 times a day and i did end up losing weight. reason being was my metabolism was not burning at a fast enough rate, but with the increase in healthy foods, it sped up my metabolism and with all the exercise i’ve lost 10kgs so far. still got a few to go, but the way this guy is saying just seems like the wrong way to me

  17. TheGreatKan
    October 15, 2012

    Trust me, this works!
    I lost a stone in a month!
    Just don’t eat too much in your last meal of the day

  18. john
    September 22, 2013

    Whoever the idiot is bashing a day-long fast with a larger meal at night, please don’t knock something prior to trying it. I have struggled with eating disorders for the past two years, and adopting this pattern is the one thing which has helped me to break these habits. You’re keeping individuals from living healthy and confident lives.

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