GM Diet Indian Version
The GM Diet is a 7 day quick diet. The premise of this diet is plain calorie control and some unusual food choices. On this diet you drastically cut down on your daily calorie intake. The unusual food prescribed to you has minimal health benefits. This diet helps you lose weight quickly. The down side to this diet is that the minute you start eating regular diet all that weight comes back quickly. And in most cases people tend to put on more weight than they had actually lost on the GM diet.
The GM diet is a non-vegetarian diet. Here is the Indian version of GM diet for those who are vegetarian.
Day One: Watermelons . Your first day will consist of eating unlimited amount of fruits all day. All fruits except for bananas. Watermelon is the most recommended food to eat on day one.
Day Two: All vegetables. Start your day with two large baked potatoes for breakfast. Followed by restricting your diet to any kind of vegetables either raw or boiled.
Day Three: A mixture of fruits and (raw/boiled) vegetables of your choice. You cant eat banana or potatoes.
Day Four: Bananas and milk. Today you will eat as many as eight bananas and drink three glasses of milk.
Day Five: Cheat day. You can have 1 (one) cup of brown rice. You also have to eat 6 (six) whole tomatoes and drink 12 (twelve) glasses of water today to cleanse your system.
Day Six: Another day of all vegetables day. You are allowed to eat 1 cup of brown rice and unlimited amount of raw/boiled vegetables all day.
Day Seven: Last day. You get to eat 1 cup of brown rice, unsweetened lemon water and unlimited amount of raw/steamed vegetables.
GM diet is known to help you lose 5-8 kg within a week
GM diet is synonymous to quick weight loss. But this weight loss comes with a lot of health problems. People on this diet can develop nutrition deficiencies, it can lead to dehydration, hair loss, poor sick, lethargy to name a few.
Disclaimer: This diet is an unbalanced diet & can be very bad for your health. Fitho Wellness does not recommend this diet.Author Information