GM Diet Plan - 7 Days Plan

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The GM Diet Plan: Perfect Diet Plan To Lose 3-5 Kgs in Just 7 Days ...



The GM diet consists of a 7-day meal plan. Each day focuses on a specific food or food group. GM stands for General Motors. Some sources claim that the General Motors corporation developed and endorsed this diet plan to help its employees lose weight.

People following the GM diet eat a different food group or combination of food groups each day. The main foods that the GM diet allows include fruits, vegetables, meat, and milk.

The plan instructs people to eat a big breakfast, a moderately sized lunch, and a light dinner. It also allows several snacks throughout the day.

In addition, the diet involves a broth called "wonder soup," which is a tangy, low-calorie vegetable soup containing cabbage, tomatoes, celery, pepper, and carrots. People can eat wonder soup as a snack to curb hunger pangs until their next meal.

The plan recommends that people drink a lot of water to promote proper digestion and prevent them from feeling tired. The plan recommends 2–3 glasses of water with each meal. There is no absolute recommendation for the total amount of water to drink per day, which depends on a person's age, body weight, and overall health.

People following the GM diet can take part in light forms of exercise, such as yoga, while dieting. After day 3, they can add walking or other low-intensity cardio to their workouts. On days 5 to 7, people can start adding strength training to their exercise regimen.

Below, we explain the basic outline of the GM diet and provide possible meal plans:

Day 1 — Fruit
breakfast: 1 medium apple or 1 bowl of mixed berries
snack: 1 bowl of cantaloupe or an orange
unch: 1 bowl of watermelon
snack: 1 orange
dinner: 1 pear or 1 bowl of kiwi
snack: 1 bowl of mixed berries

Day 2 — Vegetables
Start the day with a sweet potato or baked potato, but limit potato intake to breakfast only. People can eat vegetables raw or cooked.

breakfast: 1 sweet potato or 1 baked potato
snack: 1 bowl of cabbage
lunch: a mixed salad containing lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, and cucumber
snack: 1 bowl of steamed or raw broccoli
dinner: 1 bowl of kale or arugula with asparagus
snack: 1 bowl of sliced cucumbers

Day 3 — Fruit and vegetables
People can eat the same foods as days 1 and 2, avoiding bananas and potatoes.

breakfast: 1 apple or 1 bowl of watermelon
snack: 1 bowl of cherry tomatoes
lunch: a mixed salad
snack: 1 bowl of sliced cucumbers
dinner: 1 kale salad with carrots and cucumbers and 1 bowl of strawberries on the side
snack: 1 apple

Day 4 — Bananas and milk
Eat bananas either whole or in a smoothie with milk and ice. No other fruits or vegetables are allowed, but people can also eat wonder soup.

breakfast: 2 bananas and 1 glass of milk
snack: 1 smoothie containing banana and skim milk
lunch: 1 bowl of wonder soup
snack: 1 smoothie containing banana and skim milk
dinner: wonder soup and 1 banana

Day 5 — Meat
Eat 20 ounces (oz) of either beef, chicken, or fish. Vegetarians can replace meat with cottage cheese or brown rice.

breakfast: 5–6 oz serving of meat and 2 whole tomatoes
lunch: 7–8 oz serving of meat with 2 whole tomatoes
dinner: 5–6 oz serving of meat with 2 whole tomatoes
snacks: wonder soup or freshly pressed tomato juice
an additional 4 cups of water

Day 6 — Meat and vegetables
Eat 20 oz of meat and unlimited raw or cooked vegetables, excluding potatoes and tomatoes. Vegetarians can have cottage cheese or brown rice in place of meat.

breakfast: 5–6 oz serving of meat with 1 bowl of vegetables
lunch: 7–8 oz serving of meat with 1 bowl of vegetables
dinner: 5–6 oz serving of meat with wonder soup
snacks: wonder soup

Day 7 — Rice, fruit, and vegetables
Eat fruit, vegetables, and brown rice. The diet plan for this day permits sugar-free juice.

breakfast: 1 bowl of brown rice and 1 orange or a bowl of watermelon
lunch: 1 bowl of brown rice and 1 glass of sugar-free fruit juice
dinner: 1 bowl of brown rice with 1 bowl of raw or cooked vegetables
snacks: berries, citrus fruits, or wonder soup

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