GENERAL MOTORS DIET DAY 7

*Sample Plans Are Given At The Bottom Of The Page – Taken From The Original Gmdietworks Own Website.*

Gm Diet Day 7 Breakfast

A bowl of white or brown rice may be served during breakfast. It is best to consume rice in the morning as it would provide all the energy and carbohydrate requirements for the rest of the day. To those who want to save the rice for lunch, they may eat a slice of papaya or melon followed by 1-2 glasses of water.

Gm Diet Day 7 Lunch

During lunchtime, a bowl of white or brown rice may be matched with cooked vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli and asparagus. This can be a boring meal so it has to be followed up with a slice of mango or watermelon to keep the appetite satisfied.

Gm Diet Day 7 Dinner

Day 7 ends with yet another bowl of greens and white or brown rice. However, most followers prefer to only have vegetables as they don’t want to feel bloated at night. Rice can be heavy for dinner, so as much as possible increased fluid intake should be observed.

GM Diet Day 7 Midday Snacks And Beverages

Midday snacks should consist of fruits, mainly berries. Other fruits can prove to be a great snack especially during mornings, while strawberries (without cream) may be ideal for afternoons and after-dinners. Water should be consumed at 10-12 glasses, but at the same time fruit juice can be taken during midday snacks.

Gm Diet Day 7 Recipes

Moong Dhal Sprouts With Fruit

Ingredients:

1 ripe fruit (pear, mango, apple, grape, strawberries or cherries)
1 cup moong sprouts (raw)
1 peeled and sliced cucumber
2 green chili peppers, chopped
1 tbsp cilantro
1 dash of salt

Procedure:

Soak the moong dhal sprouts overnight. The next morning, drain the water from the sprouts and cover loosely with cloth set for two days. Once the setting time has elapsed, rinse the sprouts and place on a bowl. Mix the sprouts together with the fruits, chili peppers and cilantro. Add salt to taste.

 

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