Ornish diet

This diet was created by American physician Dr. Dean Ornish who popularized it in his 1990 diet book.

It’s a low fat, vegetarian diet that aims to reverse coronary heart disease (the Ornish Reversal diet). It recommends that no more than 10% of total come from fat.

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About This Diet

Foods that are restricted include:
Fat and oils, especially trans and saturated fats.
Meat of any kind.
Full-fat dairy.
Whole egg and egg yolk.
Caffeinated foods.
Nuts and seeds.

Foods that are maybe OK in some instances include:
Fatty produce like olives, avocado and coconut.
Low-fat dairy.
Refined cereals and grains.
Refined sugars.
Salts and food high in salt.

Foods that are OK include:
Non-fat dairy.
Egg whites.
Mostly all fruits and vegetables.
Whole grains.

There are no caloric restrictions for allowed foods.

Note: Consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet.

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