The Oasis Diet is the simplest of diet recommendations to follow. It is comprised of 90% plant based foods and 10% protein of your choice.
The Oasis Diet is one of the simplest of diet recommendations to follow. It is comprised of 90% plant based foods and 10% protein of your choice. We recommend tofu or fish which are 'lite' proteins. Depending on your blood type you may choose other animal protein like chicken, pork or beef, etc. The key to remember is the Oasis diet is not about counting carbs, calories or proteins, it is fundamentally centered on plant based proteins that will give you your daily allowance plus your essential amino acids, healthy production of enzymes and the plant based fiber that regulates blood sugar, all nourishing your stomach gut.
Designed for Ease
The Oasis Diet was designed around foods that are good for you and easy to digest. Meals plans consist of mostly vegetables that create little to no inflammation and provide pure nourishment unlike meats that have 'junk protein'.
The better foods you eat, usually stimulates the Vagus nerve which limits your consumption by the stomach telling the brain 'were good no need for more'. The Vagus nerve is the hall monitor of your stomach. When we eat less nutritious food or junk food, empty carbs, sugary stuff, our Vagus nerve is wait for the right signals to be sent to cut your cravings. If the signal doesn't get there then we keep eating, until we are uncomfortably full, but not nourished.
Fruits and Vegetables
Some people believe that fruits fall into the sugary zone of foods to avoid. But overall the glucose in fruit is healthy for our brain functioning. Eating at the beginning of the meal helps push essential fiber through our GI tract and fuels the small and large intestines with energy for digestion. This fiber helps balance our blood sugar levels.
Green apples are excellent for throat issues like flem or sore throat. It's an essential fruit for singers and actors who rely on their voices and the taste of bitterness green apples provide.
Eating or juicing vegetable juice in a 2:1 ratio to fruit is recommended
Vegetable juices like carrot + orange juice has a great vitamin A & C benefit. Plus, it tastes amazing!