Oprah’s OMD Diet: One Plant-Based Meal a Day for 30 Days

Oprah Winfrey with her chef Raymond Weber

Oprah’s had a life-long battle with her weight, and in 2020 she tried a different approach: a simple and sustainable diet called The OMD Plan, in which OMD stands for One Meal a Day.

This doesn’t mean eating a single daily meal, but rather choosing to eat one plant based meal per day. This change can improve your health, help you lose weight and positively impact the Planet.

The OMD Plan was created by Suzy Amis Cameron. After she and her husband (director James Cameron) went vegan, Cameron became an advocate for the plant-based eating. More research suggest that a plant-based diet is the healthiest diet on Earth.

But she found that many people were overwhelmed by the idea of becoming entirely plant-based overnight. But introducing just one plant-based meal a day, however, was doable. It’s very similar to a Flexitarian Diet, in that it doesn’t restrict the foods you can eat, but does encourage plant-forward eating.


Oprah started a 30-day OMD challenge – a simple and sustainable way to wat more plan-based foods and support a healthier Planet… and YOU.

“If you’ve been thinking about going vegetarian or vegan, I think this is a good way to lean into it where you don’t have to give up everything you’ve been eating your whole life in one day,” Winfrey tells Oprah Magazine.

Oprah’s documenting her 30-day journey through Instagram Stories on her personal account, and through IGTV on @OprahMagazine’s account.


Follow Oprah’s food diary where she shares her plant-based meal plans created with her personal chef, Raymond Weber. Here are a few meals from her diary, recipes that are both nutritious and delicious:

  • Roasted Pumpkin & Wild Field Mushroom Risotto
  • Baked Falafel ‘Wraps’ with Hummus, Baba Ghanoush, and Tomato-Cucumber Salad
  • Sweet Potato & Coconut Curry
  • Red Beans and Rice
  • Grilled Cauliflower “Steak” with Garlic-Tahini Sauce
    … and 25 more recipes!

And the best part? You can enjoy these recipes for FREE here!


She’s also filmed a kitchen video with Suzy that features the book: The OMD Plan: Swap One Meal a Day to Save Your Health and Save the Planet.

The book includes a 14-day meal plan and dozens of recipes, shopping lists, meal plans, as well as successful stories of people who have lost significant weight with the OMD Plan.




The OMD Plan: Swap One Meal a Day to Save Your Health and Save the Planet


The OMD Plan: Swap One Meal a Day to Save Your Health and Save the Planet
The OMD Plan: Swap One Meal a Day to Save Your Health and Save the Planet , by Suzy Amis Cameron



You might want to try this simple, sustainable diet.


Pro Tip: document your weight loss story in a journal. It will help you be consistent, track and adjust your progress.


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Watch more:

Oprah Winfrey sits down in her vegetable garden with environmental activist, actress and author Suzy Amis Cameron. They discuss Suzy’s new book, “OMD,” where she asks readers to commit to one plant-based meal a day to help save the planet and improve health.

Watch the interview here.



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9 thoughts on “Oprah’s OMD Diet: One Plant-Based Meal a Day for 30 Days”

  1. Plant-based diets have tremendous potential but it’s important that one doesn’t forget the essential nutrients. For example, protein can be tougher to come by with this regimen, so substitutes such as tofu come recommended here.

    1. Thank you for your valuable feedback. The Common Sense Diet is flexitarian, people can adjust the plant quantities to serve their needs and lifestyles. It is mostly a reminder to make healthier food choices, which implies eating more fruits and veggies.

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