We are constantly demanding our bodies work overtime in a bid to keep up with our fast-paced lifestyles. Mike Rashid explains how eating one meal a day can help you restore your vitality.

Whether it be through digestion (sugary/unhealthy food), stress, drug use (prescription, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco) or pollution our bodies have a lot to deal with..

This has a huge effect on our general health and energy levels.

Mike Rashid is a man with a wealth of knowledge in health, bodybuilding & nutrition he is also an avid experimenter and will utilize any strategy that improves his overall physical prowess. The world we live in is more competitive than ever. Mike’s goal is to stay at the top of the food chain.

Below Mike shares some insight into his latest style of eating. This dieting technique is also embraced by other high performance athletes like Rhonda Rousey & Herschel Walker.

By eating one meal a day the aim is to reduce the workload we put our bodies under, thus increasing overall health and performance.

One scientific study  has revealed this fasting style may benefit the cardiac system and improve memory. It is also a proven way to lose excess fat and increase mental clarity.

When beasts talk, we listen. Mike Rashid a man with a lifetime of experience in cutting edge athletic performance. Listen as he explains his take on the increasingly popular 23/1 intermittent fasting program.

Eating One Meal a Day Will Lead To Better Health, More Muscle and Less Fat, According To This Bodybuilder

Expanding on the Intermittent Fasting, and Ketogenic Diet Hacks, Mike Rashid made a second video:

What was your take on Mike’s new style of eating? Do you have your own strategies that keep you ahead of the pack? Share your opinion with us in the comment section below.

5 Responses

  1. Marcello Antonio D.

    When I was in my best shape 3 years ago I did daily one meal a day.

    I had average count of +30k steps and still felt amazing and energized.


    Once you make an exception, and eat unhealthy foods void of good nutrition too many days in a row…the energy falls down like crazy, you get constant urges and binge eating is not far away!

    I just re-started an temporary OMAD Program for building up my self-discipline and therefore many of your #KickAssMotivationalTracks help me out for starting strong with this commitment!

  2. Kimberly

    Hey Mike great job…maybe consider and check into cooking on aluminum foil. Aluminum is VERY unhealthy and leeches into your food…blessings


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