Foods To Avoid – Day 5.

* There are vegetarian options, but since I didn’t do that route, I can’t address that , although one friend substituted chicken for beef.


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So, no salt, no grains, just fruits. In the morning, I drank two glasses of water and had two apples. I ate papaya as my mid-morning snack but during lunch time, I felt super hungry. Motivating myself, I thought to divert my attention and started browsing some social websites. Well, it was no help as my stomach was growling and rumbling like it was begging me to eat something. I had some more fruits and decided to leave from work early. By the time I reached home, my head was throbbing. I went for a small walk thinking that this might help me get rid of this severe headache. After coming back, I drank some more water and after sometime, ate melon. As I was feeling low on energy, I thought to doze off early and by 9, after eating a bowl of fresh fruits, I slept.

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Time Meal 8:00 AM 1 cup of boiled potatoes 10:30 AM ½ bowl of cucumber 12:30 PM 1 cup of lettuce, spinach, cucumber, and capsicum 4:00 PM ½ cup sliced carrots and a glass of lemon juice with a pinch of salt 6:30 PM 1 cup boiled broccoli and green peas 8:30 PM 1 cucumber.

Losing weight is tough. It takes time, patience, and determination. Quick weight loss or a shortcut like the GM diet may fix a temporary problem, but it is not suitable for long-term weight loss. You must eat healthy, exercise, get 7-8 hours of sleep, and meditate to keep the excess flab away in the long run. Going on a diet that is not backed by science, doctors, nutritionists, and dietitians is not worth risking your health and well-being.

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.