The Omni Diet- A Diet to End Dieting!

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The Omni Diet is about abundance not deprivation! It’s a simple, science-based plan that provides both an abundance of illness-fighting nutrients from whole, living plant foods and the perfect proportion of high-quality protein to keep the brain sharp and muscles and organs functioning at peak condition.

The Omni Diet provides the ideal balance of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, fish, and lean meats that give your body everything it needs for peak performance, maximum weight loss, and optimal health. Eating a diet that’s 70 percent plant foods and 30 percent protein (including animal protein) restores energy, slashes the risk of disease, optimizes brain and hormone functioning, produces dramatic weight loss, and makes the body healthy from the inside out.

Here’s how it looks at the table: A huge, raw, multi-colored salad spiked with chunks of avocado and sprinkled with nuts or seeds covers 50 percent of your plate; a lightly cooked plant food such as braised cauliflower with basil sauce fills another 20 percent of your plate, and three to six ounces of lean protein, such as wild salmon, occupies the remaining 30 percent.

The Omni Diet gives you the best of both worlds—plants and protein—so you don’t have to choose between maximum health and dramatic weight loss

The Omni Diet has changed my life and the lives of so many people with whom I have been blessed to connect—and now it can change yours.

The Omni Diet: The Best of Both Worlds

It may seem that extremely high-protein or strictly vegetarian or vegan eating plans would provide extremely good results. But they don’t. Rapid, optimal health gains come from an ideal diet that gives your body the best of protein and the best of plant foods. We are omnivores, and we weren’t meant to follow extremes and fad plans that eliminate entire categories of nutritious food that have been the natural, historical sustenance for humans throughout history.

I am living proof that your health history, present diagnosis, and genetics don’t have to be your destiny. My genetics and my health history say that I should be obese, diabetic, and suffering from the effects of chronic cancer and multiple health issues. But I’m not! The Omni Diet hands thousands of us back our optimism and optimal health.

I explain more about the Omni Diet in the program section of the book. And I provide some easy-to-prepare, mouthwatering recipes using Omni Diet foods. I have created over 300 recipes using delicious, nutritious foods that serve your body. For now, here’s a preview of what kinds of foods you’ll be eating as you incorporate the Omni Diet into your life:

  • Fresh vegetables of all kinds, except white potatoes (and night shades for some of you)
  • Moderate amounts of fruit, especially strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries
  • Lean meat, poultry, and seafood—naturally raised
  • Eggs
  • Raw, unsalted seeds and nuts. I recommend raw nuts and seeds, because roasting nuts and seeds oxidizes their oils and robs them of their health benefits.
  • Healthy oils such as coconut oil, almond oil, macadamia-nut oil, and olive oil
  • Fresh and dried herbs and spices, which provide rich nutritional benefits and fantastic flavor
  • Super-foods (such as maca root, goji powder, lacuma, and pomegranate) that magnify health-supporting processes.
  • Coconut, coconut butter
  • Shiratake noodles

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Comments (21)

  • Mary Ann Sinsel

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    I hope to be moving into a new house soon. I would like to start out my new kitchen with the proper cookware needed. What items do you recommend and a particular brand? I know some are healthier than others.

    Thank you

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  • John

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    I’ve been trying this diet for 6 weeks. I thought it was something I put together didn’t know it had a name until today. I basically took a vegetarian diet and paleo diet and put them together. I’ve lost 21 lbs and I feel like I’m not even trying. I’m not starving and I eat when I’m hungry with very little workouts. Thanks for putting a name to this wonderful diet.

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  • John

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    I just need to tweak what I’m doing just a bit.

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  • John

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    I ordered your book just now my wife also has fybromyalgia and I’ve been convinced that there is a healing suction beyond meds. I’ve been doing so much research and I feel that you just gave us the tools to help her too. We’re super excited and glad that the truth is finally coming out on proper nutrition. Thank you and God bless.

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  • Glenda Luscher

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    I was recently diagnosed with returning breast cancer going to bone areas. Do I need to start out any differently in diet? Can I get any mentoring through this? I am waiting to get into MD Anderson Center. Thank You very much.

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  • WhoAmI

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    I have a problem with this statement:
    “the best of both worlds—plants and protein”

    I am afraid the world is not divided this way.

    It is divided as plant/animal (food source)
    or
    carb/fat/protein (food content)

    The diet should really say

    70% plant and 30% animal food diet
    as if plants do not have protein(!)
    and animal food does not have carbs
    and there is no mention of fats.

    Anyay most people eat both plant and aimal food,
    so the diet seems to say 70% plant (of which 50% is raw and 20% cooked) plust 30% animal meat (as opposed to dairy)

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  • Sam

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    It is suprising and shocking to see how you list any foods from animal origin at all and thought at first you were a full Vegan. Being Vegan has been the best thing ever as I have lost up to 15 to 20 lbs and kept it well with better cholesterol than compared to vegetarian. Why say how extremes like Veget or Vegan don’t work when many succeed? Also, it is a fact with research that fruits, GRAINS, legumes and veggies provide more than enough nutrients for everyone and are nature food. Even organic or grass fed animals still come with animals in bad conditions and organic or grass fed is used as marketing tool and all type of animal food is known for saturated fat and cholesterol.

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  • Chris Salts

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    Dear Tana –
    I’m really curious – where does the word “onmi” come from and what does it mean? I just discovered your website after I read your article in the OC Register on 5-18-13. =)

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  • sylvie

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    I am confused.. I have been trying a vegetarian diet for a few months now,have not lost any weight though, and am reading this book. I thought a veggie diet was supposed to be better for you? I thought soy and tofu were excellent protein replacements? And legumes too.
    I have ibs-type symptoms when I eat meat that goes away completely when I don’t..so how am I supposed to get in this protein in every meal and not suffer serious abdominal pain? While you mentioned that there are many diets and info sources that confuse and conflict, I notice that this diet is no different. Who am I supposed to believe?

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  • victoria

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    I loved your show( also your husbands) and want to make a life style change. But I love cheese and pasta and an occasional glass of wine. So I may have to start gradually. I don’t eat processed food or fried. ( i was once on weight watchers) that helped , don’t use salt,sugar(im sweet enough haha or butter) So Im hopeing it will be an easy transition.

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  • Carlos

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    How about the people who’s lactovegetarian and vegans ??

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