Jump to content
Invision Community
FORUMS BLOG/NEWS USER BLOGS USER MEDIA ADVERTS   ADD  MANAGE CHAT CLUBS & USER'S PERSONAL FORUMS LINK EXCHANGE
META-99 SEARCH ENGINE             CONTACT US
Sign in to follow this  

Does Omni Diet Work for Weight Loss

There are many weight loss diets that are trending. Vegan diet, keto diet, beyond diet, and Omni diet are some of them.

But in this article, we will keep our focus only on the Omni diet. 

Omni diet is very famous and an alternative to the processed, Western diet. Chronic diseases are due to western diets according to some people.

Omni diet claims that it can reverse symptoms of chronic disease and restore energy levels dramatically.

According to sellers of this diet, you can lose 12 pounds in 2 weeks only.

Don’t confuse and don’t mix Omnitrition and Omni Diet. These both are different with different protocols.

NmR9x5vKkTVFFZKICZ2KKqov2zjZoqi4Dp2jZ9jQymeyX_K9mIFbSeNnH8aBWNGzvuUAssHgIy7WpQzp6ZBq930HyiZ9zifgw0Rb8RsBuFNSwwrfTcAjWSIko_qps2wQ72Fuet2R

What is Omni Diet?

Taba Amen is the founder of the Omni Diet. 70% of plant foods and 30% protein makes the Omni diet.

Protein is a macronutrient and animals are not the only sources of protein. Some plant foods also provide a good amount of protein. This diet refers to lean meat for protein.

This diet welcomes both plant and animal food sources. But still, some food products are restricted such as dairy, sugar, corn, artificial sweeteners, gluten, soy, and potatoes.

According to Amen, this diet can decrease inflammation, optimize brain function, prevent chronic diseases, and increase fullness.

What to Eat?

There are 3 phases of the Omni Diet.

Foods to Eat:

While following the Omni Diet these are some foods that you can eat.

  • Non-starchy vegetables.

  • Protein powder

  • Fats and oil

  • Flours

  • Sweeteners

  • Omni “”NutriPower” Foods

  • Meat, poultry, and fish

  • Eggs

  • Raw, unsalted nuts, and seeds

  • Herbs and spices

  • Beverages

What Foods to Limit?

These are some foods that you should eat in a limited amount.

  • Some fruits

  • Plant protein

  • Sweeteners

  • Non-gluten grains

  • Cooking oils

  • Coffee

For more food and health-related blogs visit the best food blogs.

Sign in to follow this  


0 Comments


Recommended Comments

There are no comments to display.

Guest
Add a comment...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...