Gobbling up GM Diet (Day 7 of 7)

Finally, it's the last day of this diet. I think we all start any diet with a certain amount of doubt, fearing our temptations, we too did. Yet we challenged ourselves and supported each other to overcome it. Good thing about this diet, it ends in just seven days.

If you missed the previous posts, please click on these links: DAY 1 , DAY 2 , DAY 3 , DAY 4 , DAY 5 DAY 6

DAY 7

1 cup of BROWN RICE, VEGETABLES (except potatoes), FRUIT JUICE and 8 to 10 glasses of WATER

On this day you can have one cup of cooked brown rice. There is no limit to the veggies and you can also drink fruit juice. The fruit juice should either be freshly squeezed or 100% natural, not from concentrate and with no added sugar or flavors.

Let me now take you through our Day 7 meals. The timings of the previous day remained unchanged, four meals instead of six.

BREAKFAST (8:30 am)

Veggie Bowl and Orange Juice

I kept it simple to start the day, just boiled some vegetable and seasoned it with salt and pepper.


EARLY AFTERNOON (11:30 pm)

Lettuce Wrap

Brown rice cooked with cherry tomatoes and parsley
Carrots glazed with orange juice reduction
Lettuce
Season with salt and pepper

Limits make us push ourselves. Just created this beauty with whatever was on hand. The glazed carrots were a  game changer. All I did was to slice the carrots and let it cook in some orange juice until the liquid reduced.


EARLY EVENING (4:00 pm)

A glass of orange juice.



DINNER (8:00 pm)

Cajun Veggie Soup

Once again it is this special GM diet soup which I had improvised on with zero oil and special seasoning. You can find this one too on day 2 of our meal planning.


HOW DID WE FEEL ABOUT DAY SEVEN

We were a bit tried of boiled veggies by now. Thanks to the lettuce wrap during lunch that I could keep up of the rest of the day. At the end of the day we really felt happy for completing this diet plan without digression of any sort. We are planning to repeat this diet one in two months to detox and cleanse.

DID WE LOSE WEIGHT?

YES, we did. My husband lost more pounds than me, and I think I am going to blame my Thyroid for that. But to maintain it we need to follow a healthy low calorie normal diet with some daily work out.

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