Omni Diet was designed by Tana Amen after she managed to solve health problems only with an appropriate diet. After escaping from digestive disorders, recurrent infections and even cancer of the thyroid, Tana found that healthy food is the solution. Learning how certain foods affect the body, concluded that a plant-based diet is the best. So was created the Omni diet!

Learn more about Omni Diet and how it can help you lose weight in a healthy way!

Author of The Omni Diet says that weight loss is just one of the effects of this diet. The health benefits are many and among them are healing certain ailments and treat inflammation, all while enjoying delicious, natural and full of good nutrients throughout the body. Tana managed to defeat all the health issues faced since she was a child, due in large part marked a family genetics of obesity and cardiovascular disease. You can lose up to 6 pounds in just two weeks, so let’s discover how!

Omni diet rules

The basis of this diet is the program that lasts six weeks and is a fundamental principle proportion 70/30: Take 70% plant and 30% protein. Diet contains no dairy and include only organic foods without hormones and without inflammatory effect. A serving of protein means a serving size of your palm and you must choose lean meats and more natural, with no hormones or antibiotics, preferably from animals reared in traditional conditions (outdoors and fed on grain and grass).

You can eat seafood and wild fish without hormones or antibiotics, and protein powder as a dietary supplement. Alcohol consumption should be limited drastically, especially if the drinks contain gluten, but you can drink two glasses of wine or cocktails a week.

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Other rules of the Omni Diet:

* Eliminate animal products, except meat and organic eggs.

* Soy-based products are removed.

* Are not allowed vegetable oils with Omega 3.

* No refined sugars and carbohydrates are allowed, no fruit juices.

* Food should be as little processed.

* Only allowed animal protein sources.

The first two weeks of the Omni Diet

The author argues that in the first 14 days of diet you get used to the taste of new foods and will remove accumulated toxins from unhealthy diets. Food supplements are recommended, especially fish oil. In the first two weeks, you should follow the five most important rules of the proposed food:

Drink a green shake at least twice a week.
Make an extra workout each week using weights.
Find someone to give you an account of what you eat and how it evolves.
Go to the sauna twice a week to detoxify yourself.
Practice gratitude: think about every day at five things you’re thankful for.

Foods Allowed: vegetables, whole grains, nuts, red meat organic origin from cattle fed on grass, organic chicken, tuna, wild salmon, organic eggs, coconut oil, cocoa, lentils, beans, stevia, xylitol , spices, herbs, wheat grass, hemp, almond milk, coconut milk, green tea, vanilla extract.

If you’re familiar with paleo diet, you’ll probably notice some similarities, but this diet seems to be the next level of the diet. Natural foods are favored and should exclude sweets and dairy, and if you are craving for something sweet you can enjoy a fresh fruit shake goji, a few slices of apple with peanut butter or a square of dark chocolate, organic. After the two weeks, the culinary cravings disappear completely and you tend to eat less, naturally.

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Sample menu for a day

You can get an idea of ​​how it would look a day menu if you decide to follow the Omni diet:

Breakfast:

Vegetables (bell pepper, garlic, chilli, onions), fresh fruit, green tea.

Snack:

A green shake – the greens, where you can add nuts, fiber, flaxseed, almond butter, goji.

Lunch:

A large salad of greens;

Boiled organic egg;

An apple.

Snack:

A handful of nuts.

Dinner:

Organic steak, seasoned with garlic, pepper, thyme;

A sweet potato with steamed broccoli.

Before following a weight loss diet, make sure you do not suffer from diseases that can put your health at risk and ask your doctor’s opinion.


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