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Please let us know if you do. Would be great to have it from the source!
Diagnosed August 2015
OMS November 2015
OMS Retreat May 2016
I do it in conjunction with the OMS diet to keep my weight down as I have knee injury for which I'm recovering and can't exercise at the moment. I also do it for the supposed other health benefits such as lowering risk of diabetes, high BP, cardiac event/stroke and even the risk of cancer and dementia. I've dropped 5kg and once I got used to fasting I feel great doing it. My 600kcal per day are x2 pitta breads and x2 medium bananas. I had trouble sleeping at first but soon got used to it.
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Evening all; never tried it but I think I will give it a go!! I’ve read quite a bit on the benefits of this. I’m still going strong with OMS! 10 years not out!!!
http://www.justgiving.com/phil-king5. OMS 2012
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