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Omnivorous Diet


An omnivore is an animal whose diet consist of both animal and plant products. In this case, we are referring to humans. Different persons who are on an omnivorous diet have different ratios of animal to plant-based products in their diet; some eat meat on a daily basis, while others only consume meat once in a very blue moon. They are more like ”reluctant vegetarians” than full on carnivorous omnivores.


A healthy omnivorous diet consist of healthy, wholesome foods from both meat and plants. This type of diet provides all the necessary nutrients and contributes to good health.

Lean meats

Lean meats


Chicken, turkey, venison(deer meat), mutton(lamb) or any wild game meat provide B vitamins, vitamin E and minerals including magnesium, iron and zinc.

Vegetables, fruits and nuts 

Vegetables, fruits and nuts

Provide proteins, carbohydrates, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals for the proper functioning of every cell in the body. Healthy oils are also very important part of this diet.

Dairy products

Dairy products

Milk, yogurt, cheese and ice cream.


whole grains

They contain fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals, healthy carbohydrates.



Unlike vegans, balanced omnivores have a lower chance of being deficient in  vitamins such as vitamins C, E and B complex, minerals such as iron, magnesium and zinc, and complete proteins because of both the animal and plant-based products and foods, almost all the nutrients needed are consumed.

The deficiency of protein can cause muscle breakdown; lack of iron causes anemia; insufficient magnesium affects the brain, etc.


Being on an omnivorous diet can sometimes make a person less strict with her diet because the truth is, she can eat anything she wants. In any diet, especially in this particular one, moderation is key. Even though you can have all the muffins and ice cream you want, it should not be used as an excuse to be unhealthy. Almost every obese person is omnivorous, and for that reason, a lot of them become vegans to become healthy but the truth is, omnivorous diet is the healthiest of all the different types of diets.


In a 1999 study, participants who were on omnivorous  diets were found to gain more fat-free muscle during strength-training exercises than vegetarians who took part in the same exercises!


Be more disciplined in your diet; you don’t have to convert to vegetarianism or veganism for that to happen. Remove processed foods which are toxic for your body and interferes with a lot of the body’s natural processes.

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