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The Omni Diet: Two Weeks to Lose Weight, Reverse Illness, and Control Your Genes By Tana Amen, Omni Diet Review What You Can Eat and What to Expect Vegetarian or vegan diet Although you can adjust The Omni Diet if you re a vegetarian, it does emphasize lean animal protein sources like eggs, fish, and poultry, and limits beans If you are a vegan, following this diet will be even challenging, as you will have a much restricted Omni Diet Complete Diet Package Brain MD The Omni Diet is a simple plan that provides both illness fighting nutrients from whole living foods and high quality protein to keep the brain sharp and the The Omni Diet Two Weeks to Lose Weight, Reverse Illness Apr , Here s what you can t eat on the Omni Diet Processed food including sausage, bacon and deli meats , sugar, wheat, rice, corn, potatoes, dairy yes, that excludes cheese and alcohol among the few times I cheated, I ate plain yogurt and corn on the cob. What is The Omni Diet Plan, Food List, Recipes, Phases Apr , The guidelines of the Omni diet plan If you are a vegan or a vegetarian, you can still fix the guidelines of the Omni diet to fit your beliefs Unlike the Macro diet recipes, Omni has to stay gluten free and does focus on lean meats Here are the rules of this Omni diet Say no to dairy and only eat organic food that is not treated with hormones. What Is the Omni Diet Plan What to eat and foods to avoid What Is the Omni Diet Plan LoveToKnow The Omni Diet Tana Amen s tips for healthier eating

  • Title: The Omni Diet: Two Weeks to Lose Weight, Reverse Illness, and Control Your Genes
  • Author: Tana Amen
  • ISBN: 9781250029843
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Hardcover
  • By the time she had reached her mid 30s, Tana Amen had nearly given up on good health Through a lifetime of chronic medical ailments, including severe digestive issues, recurrent infections and, most devastatingly, a battle with thyroid cancer, there was never a point when Tana felt consistently healthy Doctors ascribed her poor health to genetics, bad luck, and a familyBy the time she had reached her mid 30s, Tana Amen had nearly given up on good health Through a lifetime of chronic medical ailments, including severe digestive issues, recurrent infections and, most devastatingly, a battle with thyroid cancer, there was never a point when Tana felt consistently healthy Doctors ascribed her poor health to genetics, bad luck, and a family history of obesity and heart disease But even when Tana committed to a standard fitness and eating regimen, her health failed to improve.That s when she realized that she needed to make a real change She needed to figure out how to improve her health for good.The Omni Diet is the culmination of a decade long quest by Tana Amen to study the relationship between food and the body, and to understand how proper nutrition not only impacts weight loss, but actually holds the key to reversing chronic disease, decreasing inflammation, healing the body, and dramatically improving quality of life.So what is The Omni Diet It s an easy to follow plan based on a 70 30 plant to protein model This is not a restrictive diet or another page in the high protein vs vegetarian diet wars, but a universal map to better health, one that Tana has distilled into a lean six week program It offers a simple plan that provides an abundance of illness fighting nutrients from plant based foods and high quality protein to keep the brain sharp and muscles and organs functioning at peak condition The balance of 70% plant based foods and 30% protein restores energy, slashes risk of disease, optimizes brain and hormone functioning, produces dramatic weight loss, and promotes health from the inside out.With delicious and satisfying recipes, easy to follow exercises, and important advice and tips, you will see results in your weight and overall health immediately Follow this revolutionary, paradigm shifting plan and experience its life changing results as you unleash the healing power of food.
    The Omni Diet Two Weeks to Lose Weight Reverse Illness and Control Your Genes By the time she had reached her mid s Tana Amen had nearly given up on good health Through a lifetime of chronic medical ailments including severe digestive issues recurrent infections and most

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    1. If you are looking for a primer on clean eating, this is the book for you I was introduced to this book through the author s husband, Dr Amen I have read many of his books on the intersection of brain function and diet and was looking forward to a in depth study of the nutritional aspects of this theory This book provides a lot of information in easily digestible chapters The basic premise of the diet plan is that in order to achieve optimum health, one must avoid sugar, dairy, and gluten and r [...]

    2. If you think you might like kale smoothies, the Omni Diet is for you.I tried the Omni Diet for two weeks earlier this month, and by tried, I mean I stuck with it 95% of the time Author Tana Amen calls it the revolutionary 70% plan 30% protein program to lose weight, reverse disease, fight inflammation and change your life forever It was really, really hard And it certainly won t change my life forever because there s no way I can give up cheese for good But for the most part, it works.I would de [...]

    3. Tana Amen has written a book that helps people change the way they eat and think about food Although I am a vegetarian, gluten intolerant and have a host of other food issues which prevent me from using the plan the way she laid it out I do agree with her basic tenet, which basically boils down to maintaining an alkaline diet the 70 30 rule Disease cannot thrive in an alkaline environment, so choosing foods that help to keep your body alkaline only makes sense The book is well laid out and the r [...]

    4. Excellent information in the beginning and how and what to eat even if you don t follow their plan I would definitely recommend this book to anyone wanting to making a lifestyle overhaul.

    5. The book was reaffirming than affirming Overall, the information is useful but hardly new It took a lot to get through the infomercial half of the book to access pertinent information on the actual diet The 70% plant plus 30% protein part of the book title pretty much says it all.

    6. Like most diet books, this one is 90% blah blah blah sciency sounding padding and real life stories , 10% potentially useful information if you have zero knowledge of nutrition Add in some specious claims about beans and dairy and a side dose of churchiness and that s pretty much it.

    7. The Omni Diet caught my attention because over the years of fighting Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain I have become aware that eating a whole foods, natural diet is beneficial and helpful to combatting pain, weight gain and inflammation I was excited to see what looked like a helpful tool that was easy and budget friendly One of my concerns is that Tana says she can reverse disease and illnesses and personally I don t believe that you can reverse Fibromyalgia Yes, most illnesses and disease are par [...]

    8. This book has some good nutritional information and suggestions, but once again, the recipes require ingredients that are not easy to find or too expensive for the average consumer, like leg of lamb or rib eye steak Liquid stevia in different flavors is suggested for adding sweetness to smoothies and dessert recipes, which I have not found in grocery stores For this ordinary mom of many, I have learned a few good things about increasing my vegetables, decreasing my carbs, decreasing my sugar int [...]

    9. I found this book to be really interesting There is a lot of great information about how our bodies use and process food as well as food s effect on our health and illnesses.After a few friends read this book I picked it up as a resource for post partum weight loss and health While I doubt I will fully adopt Amen s practices, I do think I will work some of them into my diet There are a lot of great recipes in the back of the book We tried two or three of them, and everyone was very happy with th [...]

    10. I believe that if you followed Tara s diet you would lose weight and be healthier The diet consists of eating mostly vegetables, lean cuts of protein with a small amount of fruit and nuts The information about why certain foods are not just fattening but unhealthy is interesting but I found it a bit repetitive I decided that the diet was not for me although I did take away information that will help me eat healthier.

    11. A little too much promotion of supplements, but picked out a few recipes The message is good I like the message that we need to consider that we should look at food as medicine for the brain and body in general Wish it was easy to give up sugar It is so easy to go back to eating food that is socially acceptable and not good for me and then I wonder why my joints are swollen and I m retaining fluids Hmmm

    12. very similar to true paleo with the exception of nightshades and legumes items I cannot eat due to intolerance anyway nothing new or ground breaking here and it takes almost 160pg to get to the point a lot of repetitive data and pimping of the wonders of the diet without getting into the diet until pg162 felt like an infomercial.

    13. Very well done in my opinion very informative The biggest drawback, however, is though Tana does at least discuss MSG and neurotoxins briefly and says to avoid them, some of her recommended products such as pea protein for an addition to smoothies and some other products listed in the back of the book are highly probable to contain such neurotoxins.

    14. Simply put with some very practical things you can do eat add to your diet to better your health While some of the recipes are complicated, you do not have to follow them exactly to understand the basics of what you should eat easy to modify to fit your own life I didnt do the whole plan and i m not trying to lose weight, rather i read it for health information and have used it in that way.

    15. I have been very careful with carbs, following the New Atkins plan I picked up Tana Amen s book looking for new recipes There are many tasty ones but many with ingredients that are difficult to find and likely to be expensive if you found them Otherwise, the book is clear and well documented.

    16. I didn t want this book to follow the diet step by step but to help gather ideas for a healthy diet and this book had some great ideas I have some family members that have health concerns and I think this book would be great for them I received a free copy of this book through GoodReads.

    17. Lots of good information, but as I ve discovered with other health books, all the experts don t necessarily agree on what you should and shouldn t eat Still, adopting this diet instead of the typical American diet would be a HUGE step in the direction of health.

    18. Interesting read I ve been on a nutrition reading kick None of the information was shocking, but the science behind our nutrition and bodies is pretty fascinating.

    19. well written with details of diseases that can be avoided or decreased by following the Omni program now if only I can get aboard list of acceptable foods excludes foods I enjoy but of course.

    20. Another good diet lifestyle book offering good recipes for weight loss, health issues and allergies Recommend.

    21. I liked this book Very good information, a little too severe for me, but the explanations are excellent and will make me a discerning consumer.

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