Taking the weight loss droplet formula called Omni Drops? Anyone who takes it most probably does the Omni diet as well. In order to get the best results, these two go hand in hand. The willing dieter should go through all the three phases of the Omni Drops program.
These are the three phases of the Omnitrition diet:
- Omni Drops Phase 1 : Loading Phase – No food intake limitation, keep full all the time
- Omnitrition Phase 2 :Low-Calorie Phase – Low-calorie intake at all times
- Omntrition Phase 3 : Maintenance Phase – Twice the protein and vegetable intake
The first is the easiest. There’s not much effort needed, if at all, except to eat and be merry for tomorrow — well, on Day 3 actually — would be the time to slow down and lessen the calories. That’s the Second Phase and that’s why it’s also called the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD). While the Third Phase is most crucial, the Second may be the hardest. Keeping away from a lot of food is never an easy feat for most people.
Omni Drops Phase 2 Requirements
The whole Omni Drops diet is a strict dieting program. Aside from taking the Omni diet drops as directed in Phase 2, one starts these really important daily routines:
- Keep tabs on his/her weight.
- Make sure to drink a half- to one gallon of water.
- Take the Omni 4 liquid vitamins.
- Take NO sugars, starches or fats of any kind.
- Follow the advised eating schedule:
- Drink lots of these liquids: water, lemon water, herbal tea or coffee.
- Only allow half of a fruit serving.
- Only eat one 3.5-4 oz meat serving.
- Only eat one 4 oz serving of vegetables.
- Take up to four servings of fruit and/or vegetables.
This can be considered the Omnitrition Phase 2 food list already. The key term to remember is “low calorie”. The Second Phase is done from 21 to 45 days.
Omni Drops Phase 2 Recipes
Omnitrition Phase 2 is, as said, a strict phase. Therefore, a participant must adhere to a very strict diet. There’s not much fun in it, is there? This is why it’s great to have ready recipes for this purpose. They are healthier yet still nice and filling.
Below are a few examples of quick-and-easy recipes from past participants who have succeeded and kept with the program, so to speak:
Ground Beef/Red Meat Meals
1 lb. 97/3 ground beef, one cup chopped onion
1 6 oz. can tomato paste (no sugar added)
½ can of water
1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp. prepared mustard
4 packets of stevia
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. garlic powder
½ tsp. ground cloves (optional)
- Cook meat and onion, drain and rinse in a colander under hot running water.
- Return to pan. Add remaining ingredients and heat through.
- Add more water for desired consistency. Add only if necessary.
This makes four (4 ) servings.
3 lb. Pot roast
½ a head of cabbage, chopped in 1” chunks
4 oz. of red radishes, quartered
4 celery stalks, chopped in thick slices
4 cloves fresh garlic, sliced thin
1 medium onion, chopped in 1” chunks
1 large daikon radish, peeled and chopped (only as a substitute to red radishes)
- Preheat a dutch oven pot over medium heat.
- Place roast on the bottom. Cook on one side for 10 minutes or until browned.
- Turn roast and season. Cook 10 more minutes on the other side.
- Add 48 oz. (3 lbs.) of vegetable ingredients plus fresh garlic. Cover.
- Cook for about 5 minutes then set heat to “low”.
- Cook meat on low heat for 1 to ½ hours or until tender.
- Add sea salt and pepper.
This makes twelve (12) servings To get the proper portions, remove veggies from the pot. Get the total weight. Divide by 12. Do the same for the meat. Then do the same for the broth.
Spicy Shrimp Soup
16 oz. shrimp, tails removed
4 oz. cabbage, chopped
8 oz. tomatoes, diced
4 oz. onion, diced
2 cups water
- Mix everything in a large skillet.
- Cover and cook for 15 minutes on “high” flame.
This makes four (4) servings.
Chicken Apple Slaw
4 oz. chicken, diced
1 ½ cup shredded cabbage
1 apple, diced
1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 tsp. mustard
5 drops of liquid stevia (okay if packets)
- Mix everything together
- Refrigerate unless it is preferred to be eaten immediately.
This makes one (1) serving.
Vanilla Creme Orange Sorbet
1 segmented and frozen orange
5 to 10 vanilla sweet leaf drops
- Just water based on desired consistency.
- Blend all ingredients.
Perhaps anyone interested in becoming a participant should first try out these recipes meant for the Omni Diet Phase 2. It would be a good thing to know more about something before taking the plunge. Rest assured, however, that Phase 2 recipes are stuff healthy foods are made of.