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It was founded in 1992 with a focus on providing quality weight loss, nutritional and general health and wellness products. The company promotes their multilevel diet supplement program with the phrase “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels”.

The Omnitrition charge for official distributor membership is a one-time fee of $49.95, which enables sellers to earn commission via direct sales of multilevel diet supplement programs and company merchandise to friends, family and often even conventions. Distributors are called “independent marketing associates”.

Omnitrition is especially known for its Omni Drop program, a weight loss droplet formula engineered for rapid weight loss in combination with a prescribed diet and an active lifestyle and exercise regimen. The Omni drop program includes sublingual drops that contain homeopathic HCG.


The Omnitrition hCG drops do not contain human chorionic gonadotropin; a natural hormone produced during pregnancy. It does claim that the minute, practically non-existent homeopathic dose of HCG works within the body to stimulate natural HCG production.

According to Omnitrition, the company itself provides full nutritional information as well as a complete Omnitrition ingredients list. However, you must be an Independent Marketing Associate (aka distributor) or be purchasing under such a person to get access to their website and the information.

While there are as of yet no studies or other research focusing on Omnitrition products or diet plans, there have been some studies conducted on many of its ingredients. [1] Primarily, there is a small body of research with mixed results regarding the use of hCG for weight loss.

Another study was conducted by physician Dr. ATW Simeons, who used an experimental treatment involving hCG injections and a special diet to treat obese patients. It should be noted that the study used injectible doses of hCG, while hCG drops do not contain any hCG, but use highly diluted homeopathic ingredients that are taken orally.

HCG has been used to treat a multitude of health issues for over 50 years by the medical community. Again it is important to note that all scientific research conducted has used injections of hCG, and that there is NO clinical evidence that homeopathic hCG drops have any effectiveness with regard to weight loss.

The FDA has published a document [5] stating that all hCG diet products are illegal. This includes all homeopathic hCG products. While the FDA does not evaluate homeopathic supplements, there is an approved list of homeopathic ingredients that may be legally used [6], and hCG is NOT on this list.

The FDA and FTC has issued seven warning letters to manufacturers of homeopathic hCG supplements. The letters warn that the sale of hCG supplements violate FDA regulations. Promises of legal penalties and criminal prosecution have been made if the manufacturers continue to sell homeopathic hCGdrop supplements.

Plexus Slim is another multilevel diet supplement program, so it is hard to tell if reviews are real or not. The main product is called the “Pink Drink” and is a powdered mix which claims up to 1 lb of weight loss per month by increasing good bacteria in the digestive tract, and by using metabolism boosting ingredients. Users are also encouraged to take Plexus Block- a supplement which is used to burn fat.

Isagenix is also an MLM (pyramid scheme) marketing plan that relies on promotion and reviews gathered by the people who are selling it. The weight loss product, IsaLean, is a powdered shake designed as a meal replacement. Isagenix recommends 1 to 3 shakes a day as a way to get high nutrition while cutting calories.

HCG is a hormone secreted by the placenta of a pregnant woman. This hormone helps the developing baby get lots of nutrition no matter what mom is eating herself. There was a study done in the 1050s by Dr. A.T. Simeons that showed promising results using hCG for obesity. [10]

MLM, yes again. Thrive Patch uses dermal fusion technology (DFT) that allows you to absorb nutrients directly through the skin vs taking pills or shakes. Claims include weight management, improved cognition, better digestion, immune boost, healthier joints muscles, age-defying and antioxidant ingredients. However, there are no clinical trials to back up any of these claims.

Only company that is not an MLM business model. This option is a completely online program that encourages eating real food vs meal replacement drinks or supplements. The cost is low (less than $10/mo) and there are no additional items to buy.

“Omni drops didn’t work for me. I still had cravings 3 weeks into the program, while following the program to a T! I found that I’m losing weight by eating a low calorie diet and exercise, but 500 calories a day is dangerous while exercising. I still had cravings. So this is not the way to go. The drops made no difference whatsoever.” Baxty

“The drops are okay. I’ve had a lot of headaches due to the low-intake calorie diet. Discipline is key to this diet. Eggs are my “go-to” if I needed a snack to help my cravings. 500 calories is going to drop your weight dramatically anyways without the drops.” Jessica Schneider