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Omni Drops are diet drops, which you take to support a very low calorie diet. There are numerous diet drops on the market and these ones come from US Company Omnitrition. Finding out about Omni drops is not easy because of the sales strategy used by the parent company which appears to keep the details of the supplement secret.

Diet drops have become a new craze on the weight loss market and Omni drops are a typical example of what you can expect. Sadly that is very little! Omni Drops are produced by US direct marketing company and are sold by a variety of sellers from their own private outlets. Despite this coverage, it is hard to find anyone who has actually tried this product.

Omni Drops Pros

  • None whatsoever

Omni Drops Cons

  • Expensive
  • Inadequate product information
  • Tricksy marketing policy that looks like a pyramid scam
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Omni Drops Facts

  • Manufactured and promoted by Omnitrition based in Nevada, USA
  • Comes in 120ml bottle size
  • Comes with zero product information

Diet drops are all the rage right now and seem to offer the consumer a way of losing vast amounts of weight in a limited timeframe. Omni drops, produced by Omnitrition form part of a range of products that are open to people looking to start up in business for themselves via a direct marketing or MLM (multi layered marketing ) business scheme.

You might think that because Omni Drops are on sale from so many people that one of these re sellers would explain how they work or offer a decent ingredients profile. Surprisingly nobody appears to have done this so it is hard finding out the truth behind this product.

Even more surprisingly, Omnitrition the parent company do not explain their products either. The Omnitrition site is unconvincing and lacking any real information about the products they want you to sell.

As well as Omni Drops, Omnitrition based in Nevada USA also sell other weight loss products including a raspberry ketone supplement and Garcinia Cambogia extract. Away from weight loss, Omnitrition market products aimed at increasing vitality such as grape powder and potions devised as speciality products such as Hair and Nails a supplement to improve the condition of your hair and nails.

Omnitrition provide zero information about Omni drops. There is no list of ingredients so we have no idea just what it contains or how to take the supplement. The only thing that Omnitrition provide is a picture of the bottle and the price.

Fair enough – perhaps this is a marketing plan to help their sellers keep in control of information but we find it staggeringly none of these sellers appear to know what it is or what it does either.

With this less than convincing sales policy, it maybe should not be surprising that no one appears to have tried or even heard of Omni Drops.

Selling Omni Drops

Omnitrition is a typical MLM business that offers you a way to start up in business for yourself with minimal outlay. There is a company framework with reassuring titles – you can become a supervisor and there is an Omnitrition sales and marketing plan that looks very official. If you have recently lost your job as many people have, reading this jargon filled information provided on the website seems like you are about to have a real job opportunity. You are willing to work hard – naturally – so it seems as if this opportunity is a lifeline.

The company goes into detailed information on the legal page promising bonuses and all kinds of financial incentives for establishing your down line leading the Watchdog team to believe that this is not so much MLM as pyramid selling.

What makes pyramids selling toxic is that they tend to be doomed to failure. When you can only make money by enrolling other people to sell the product rather than selling the product yourself you have a pyramid scheme which is technically illegal.

See our previous investigation on MLM.

Omnitrition Omni Drops Concerns:

  • Lacks full ingredient profile and basic product information
  • Lacks independent customer testimonials
  • May cost you lots of time, money and effort if you join the IMA programme

What Does Omnitrition Omni Drops Claim To Do?

Some sellers claim that with Omni drops you can lose weight faster than ever before. One seller claims that the drops are the perfect kick off for the Paleo diet.

According to WeLoveOmni – a slick looking website that sells Omni products – Omni drops will help you lose on average 1lb – 1.2lb a day for women and up to 2lb a day for men.

Of course, what the website doesn’t tell you is that you have to follow a 500-calorie diet to achieve this. You are just told to follow the eating plan for 21 -42 days taking the drops three times daily and they do not mention the frighteningly low calorie allowance.

Omnitrition also claim to help you rebuild your life with a new business selling their products. This is probably the most unbelievable claim made by this company.

So What Is Omnitrition Omni Drops and What Are The Ingredients For Omnitrition Omni Drops?

Omni drops are diet drops that you take in combination with a very low calorie diet. There is no further information about the ingredients beyond the fact that they are homeopathic and contain vitamin B12, an important vitamin which plays a role in the metabolism of every cell in the human body.

The drops come in a 40z (120ml bottle).

So What Does All This Mean?

It means that this product could be a complete waste of time and money that even the manufacturers appear to lack confidence in. Its unlikely to help you lose weight or support you through a 500 calories a day diet. If you are insane enough to try that, you might as well do it yourself.

You will probably lose weight in the short term if you follow the instructions to only eat 500 calories a day but it will be down to your own efforts not these drops.

We look into role that eating 500 calories a day has diet drops in an upcoming investigation.

Does Omnitrition Omni Drops Have Any Side Effects?

Unlikely, but we have no real idea whats in them. They probably will not have much, if any effect at all.

Caution: You never know for sure so avoid Omni Drops if you are pregnant or breast-feeding or have an underlying health condition.

Any Omnitrition Omni Drops Reviews From Customers?

If there are, we cannot find them.

Nobody appears to have tried taking this supplement. There are customer testimonials on some of the websites but it is all totally unconvincing.

So Does Omnitrition Omni Drops Work?

It will work if you combine it with eating only 500 calories a day for between 21 and 42 days. On this starvation diet, you cannot fail to lose weight in the short term. However, this will be down to your own efforts and not the support of the drops beyond a placebo effect.

Placebos can actually work but you do have to believe in them. The problem with Omni Drops is that this supplement is just not convincing, so it is incredibly difficult to see how they will realistically work for most people.

Where Can I Buy Omnitrition Omni Drops?

You can find Omni Drops for sale from independent websites. It is not on sale via Amazon or eBay and the Omnitrition do not sell to private individuals, only resellers.

You can find one bottle of Omni Drops for an expensive price of $79. You can also buy in bulk orders for six bottles of Omni Drops for $474.

This is the same price as offered by the Omnitrition website so it must be that the drops are sold at discount price to resellers.

Everyone selling the drops is looking for re sellers and offering the same deal. It would seem this is very similar to a pyramid scam even if Omnitrition are passing themselves off as a direct marketing company.

What About A Guarantee

Some of the re sellers are offering a 30-day money back guarantee. You will have to contact them to find out more.

Watchdog Verdict

To say we’re less than impressed with these diet drops is an understatement!

We cannot see how this supplement itself will promote weight loss. Nobody understands or cares about the ingredient contents and we feel extremely sorry for anyone who has put their faith in this product and is now trying to sell this product. This isn’t a get rich scheme!

We cannot help boost sales for the resellers, as much as we would like to help. This supplement in our opinion is a complete dud. Should you buy or sell these diet drops? It is a complete no brainer, we reject Omni Drops.

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20 comments to “Omnitrition Omni Drops”

  1. No More Diets For Me says:

    I was told the way to find about this diet is to be accepted onto their Facebook page Omni Rocks The World. Just watch the page. You are not allowed to post negatively about their products. I think if this company was legit, you would be able to view comments on a public forum but they are too secretive and deleting negative remarks doesn’t seem honest.

    • mary says:

      I did this program you do lose very fast the drop curb your eating..but, as soon as you stop the program you gain fast and furious and in the middle..don’t do it.

      • Marilyn says:

        I am wondering what you are eating to make yourself gain that bad. I have done the program and have been able to keep the weight off. You also must not have done the reset correctly, otherwise you would have not gained like you said. It is so sad to see that people will slam a company and/or a product when they themselves fail.

    • Jessica Marie Morgan says:

      People knock it when they cheat….the forum is private in order to prevent negative nancies from posting nasty comments about pictures and/or product. Get your facts together!!!

  2. Lois Shivers-Wynn says:

    A friend of mine lost 82 pounds in 5 and 1/2 months taking the 5 weight loss products that Omni recommends. Her 17 year old son lost 93 pounds. I heard there are tons of testimonies on facebook regarding successful weight loss. I think it is worth investigating further. In fact, I am going to try it. If you want to track my progress, just let me know.

  3. Kim Johnson says:

    I am an Omni Distributor, and have had success using the Drops and other Omnitrition Products. I find it hard to believe that your review was based on any contact with an Omni Distributor. I know that the Distributors in my area are more than happy to let you know the ingredients of products, as well as the possible benefits of taking them. The Omni Drops program is not a program that is recommended to be used as a “fad” diet, therefore the Distributors are very involved with the products, the home office and their customers. The diet is also based on science from Dr. Simeon’s “Pounds and Inches” manuscript, and is not a new concept in weight loss. Naturopaths have been promoting a similar diet protocol with shots instead of drops for years. Omnitirition has brought this product to market in a form that is much easier to administer and at a much more reasonable cost than taking daily injections.

    • For Kim says:

      Is this diet illegal because I keep reading that the sale of hcg drops is illegal in the United States? Is it real hcg in the drops? If it is real hcg, what percent of the bottle is hcg? Thank you.

  4. Brenna Faker says:

    I have done two rounds of the Omni Drops and have had success.I lost 35 ponds and have kept 30 off for 6 months. It was just the jumpstart I needed to a healthier more active lifestyle. I am apart of the Omni Rocks website and it is true you cannot post about cheating on the low calorie program but I think its to not discourage others. Omni has been a life changer for me.

  5. elle says:

    So sad to see another scam in an already saturated multi-billion dollar industry. And it’s really too bad that Omnitrition has managed to loop-hole some of their legal verbiage in order to squeeze by as a multi-level-marketing opportunity rather than what they really seem to be is nothing but a true to form Pyramid Scheme

    • Michelle says:

      This program has changed my life and many of my friends lives for the better. It was approved by my doctor. I am down 40 ponds, the last 5 after I went off the drops. No other diet ever worked beyond the first 20. I shudder to think where I would be if I had read the negative, unresearched article and comments on this page prior to actually trying it. The way I was going, I might even be dead. It works! Me and my friends are proof! Anyone who chases away people who need this with their unfunded posts that it doesn’t work are no better than the scam artists who sell snake oil. It may not work for everyone but you can’t know until you try. If all you have is an opinion without trying it, your words are meaningless.

  6. Jessica Marie Morgan says:

    I am an omnidrop user and distributor. There is no scam behind the product. I lost 37.2 lbs in 35 dropping days my first round. I am currently on day 17 of my second round with a 24.4 lb loss. The product is very real and life changing. The ingredients consist of hcg and a cocktail of B vitamins. It works….people should not post negative articles when they haven’t done their homework to find the real answers

  7. Maria Spark says:

    I used this and I don’t know what happened but no matter what I did I was always hungry=[ I thought maybe I did the loading days wrong so I talked to my distributer and after a week I reloaded and tried again. Nope my stomach just growled and growled=[ I need to lose like 80 lbs. Guess I got to get my butt to the gym and do it that way

  8. Brigitte Begeman says:

    Hoping to summon the courage/wherewithal to try this after pay day,haha!

  9. Christine says:

    I’ve lost 1.5 pounds a day doing a low calorie diet before. It’s the 500 calories that helps you lose weight. Not the drops. They’ve done control testing with a placebo and the people who took the placebo lost as much weight as the people with the hcg. There is no magic pill, drop or shot.

  10. Kat says:

    Okay, I did the Omni drops when a friend bought them and couldn’t start them. I’m on the facebook page and call BS every chance I get (haven’t been on since finishing the round). Do the drops work? Yes and No. Is this a scam? Yes and No. Is this a starvation diet? Aren’t they all? Let me run through it.

    Yes, you lose weight but I can’t say that you wouldn’t lose the same amount if you just did the diet…In fact, right now I’m just eating 500 calories and losing the same so there is that. The difference is where you lost the weight. I had real life friends who did it and they lost not just weight but inches. Some how my 20 pounds gone only meant 10 inches gone, but for them, at about the same starting weight, it meant 20 or more inches gone and you could SEE it. Another thing, people were never “starving” on these drops. Hungry for the first few days maybe, but for the next 6 weeks they were mostly fine and got through it. Suppressing your appetite is what the drops claim to also do and that is what they do for the majority. People lost tons of weight, people kept it off. I lost weight and kept it off until I started eating out daily. It took me 5 months to regain the weight but only 4 weeks to lose it. If I had not gone back to eating 3,000 calories a day I’m sure I could have kept off the pounds, but that is just common sense.

    Is it a scam? Yes and No. Truth be told the scam part doesn’t come in until AFTER the drops in which you are encouraged to buy about 300-500 dollars of additional products that are to help you to lose the weight. This is where I always got in trouble for because I stated the obvious, “If you can lose half a pound to a pound a day then why do you need everything else to get you there? The drops and diet alone are supposed to do that!” But people kept on spending more and more money and saying “Wow, I lost half a pound today with the additional 500 dollars worth of supplements that I added to my 80 dollar bottle of drops!” Idiots…Most of it is sleep aids and caffeine or protein like shakes. But this is where the scam comes in.

    Is this a starvation diet? Yes and who cares. So is the lapband, gastric and the HCG shots and all are prescribed by doctors. And if you think that you are being “supervised” by your doctor then think again. Many are suggested to try the diet they will be on before they get the surgery or shot and most of the doctor work is done by a simple blood work telling them they are good to go, checking healing after surgery and giving shots. For lapband you go in and have it filled and I believe at about 3-6 months later they recheck your blood. Your doctor will tell you at the start that if you are good to go and only go for 6 weeks then you pretty much will be fine. People need to research what “Starvation Mode” really is. Here is a good link in which the poster gathers all the facts and resources (I’ve been to them way before she posted them but since they are lumped together here you go) http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/show/761810-the-starvation-mode-myth-again In short, one person can eat 1300 calories a day and be fine but another would be in starvation mode if they were exercising and burning 2600 calories a day…even though they too ate 1300 calories.

    My final thoughts:

    Is this diet worth it? Depends on who you are. Many people can’t even cut out 500 calories from their 2,000 or 3,000 calorie diet and placebo effect or not, if taking some drops will convince them that they are working and they lose weight and save their lives then so be it. If you are a person who can cut the calories with ease then just do so. But this diet plan is no different from any other. Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, NutriSystem, Curves, all of them are low calorie diets. You take their supplements or pay to follow their plan or exercise routine or all of the above and ta-da, you lose weight. Omni does the same, supplement and diet and exercise plan. Truthfully, people can do it on their own but some times it takes mental game of seeing results and being around people who get results that keeps you in the game. If you want to do Omni, try the diet first and if you can’t get through it then try the drops and see if they help. Don’t get suckered into buying the rest of the crap. Look online, you can find the whole diet plan there.

  11. Kat says:

    Spent only a few weeks on this diet and many weeks recovering. Dangerous diet. I followed this step by step and had to be treated to see if i might be having a heart attack. I’m a mom with young children. I feel totally scammed now that I read this isnt even hcg.

  12. Erin says:

    I find it funny only distributors are commenting on here. You are doing irrepairable damage to your body on a 500 calorie diet. Sorry I won’t be making your mortgage payment anytime soon! Eating healthy and exercise is the only way to go! I might not be losing 1lb a day but I’m turning fat to muscle and making lifestyle changes. It’s sad to me that ppl are so desperate to lose a pound

  13. Jamie says:

    HCG Makes Big Claims

    HCG is a hormone that is produced by the human placenta during pregnancy.
    Products that claim to contain HCG are typically marketed in connection with a very low calorie diet, usually one that limits calories to 500 per day. Many of these popular HCG products claim to “reset your metabolism,” change “abnormal eating patterns,” and shave 20-30 pounds in 30-40 days.

    “These products are marketed with incredible claims and people think that if they’re losing weight, HCG must be working,” says Elizabeth Miller, acting director of FDA’s Division of Non-Prescription Drugs and Health Fraud. “But the data simply does not support this; any loss is from severe calorie restriction. Not from the HCG.”

    HCG is approved by FDA as a prescription drug for the treatment of female infertility, and other medical conditions. It is not approved for weight loss. In fact, the prescription drug label notes there “is no substantial evidence that it increases weight loss beyond that resulting from caloric restriction, that it causes a more attractive or ‘normal’ distribution of fat, or that it decreases the hunger and discomfort associated with calorie-restricted diets.”

    HCG is not approved for OTC sale for any purpose.

    A Potentially Dangerous Diet

    Living on 500 calories a day is not only unhealthy—it’s hazardous, according to FDA experts. Consumers on such restrictive diets are at increased risk for side effects that include gallstone formation, an imbalance of the electrolytes that keep the body’s muscles and nerves functioning properly, and an irregular heartbeat.
    Shirley Blakely, a nutritionist at FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, echoes concerns about such restrictive diets. They can be dangerous, she says, and potentially fatal.

    Very low calorie diets are sometimes prescribed by health care professionals for people who are moderately to extremely obese as part of medical treatment to lessen health conditions caused by obesity, like high blood pressure. But even then, strict—and constant—medical supervision is needed to ensure that side effects are not life threatening, says Blakely.

    Without medical oversight, consumers on very low calorie diets may not be getting enough vitamins, minerals and—most critically—protein.

    “In general, the reference (average) calorie level is 2,000,” says Blakely. “If you want to lose weight, reduce your daily intake by 500 calories. Over the course of a week, that equals 3500 calories, which is the loss of a pound. Gradual weight loss is the way to do it.”

    http://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/consumerupdates/ucm281333.htm

  14. Bruce says:

    I’m a 60 year old male that just finished a round of Omnitrition, I am not a distributor but I must admit that it worked for me. I lost 45 lbs. in 6 weeks eating the 500 calories for 21 days followed by 42 days at 1,000 calories a day. While it may be true that anyone will lose weight on such a low cal diet alone, I needed motivation to sustain on such a diet for 6 weeks. Once I made a financial commitment to the product, I wasn’t going to waste my money by not following the protocol all the way through. True it is not healthy to eat only 500 cals. a day for life but it’s only 21 days, then you increase to 1,000 calories a day. Sure you will put weight back on at the end of it if you go back to eating more calories than you burn in a day. I needed Omnitrition to get me started eating healthy and eating right. I feel more energetic, lighter on my feet, have fewer aches and pains and the docs told me I could stop taking the cholesterol meds I have been taking for 15 years. I went from a 38W to a 34, from 220 lbs. to 175. Now that I am at where I want to be it is up to me to maintain my weight with a healthy diet that I learned from the Omni Rocks The World webpage. There are at least 6 other people at my job that also have done or are doing Omnitrition, men & women, and they are all losing weight and feeling great. Again, the 500 calories is only for 21 days.

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