GM Diet Day #6 (Rules & Meal Plan)

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DRINK:

Have at least 8-12 glasses of water per day

EAT PREFERABLY:

Apples, sprouts, cucumber, GM vegetable soup, lean meat (chicken breast, pork loin, beef tenderloin or fish)

DON´T EAT:

Tomatoes, anything else

DAY #6 = NO TOMATO PHASE

You are almost done now! The day six is very similar to the day five. You are focusing on protein-rich food. However, you need to avoid eating tomatoes.

Your meals will be based on lean meat. You can choose from the following:

  • Chicken breast
  • Pork loin
  • Beef tenderloin
  • Fish

My recommendation for breakfast is a meal that is rich in fiber (preferably boiled legumes). For a lunch, you could have a cup of vegetables of your choice with a portion of meat. For a dinner, you can have the special GM soup (just do not use tomatoes this time) with a vegetable salad.

Protein-based meals may lead to increased levels of uric acid within your body. That is why you need to increase your water intake on day six as well.

SAMPLE MEAL PLAN

DAY #6

This is just our sample meal plan you can try for yourself. However, you can build one that suits you more. Just follow the rules above.

BREAKFAST
(8:15 – 9:15 AM)

The first meal on day 6 should be a bowl of “special soup” with lean beef strips. Drink two glasses of water.

MID-MORNING SNACK
(10:30 – 11:00 AM)

As a snack, you can have a salad made of green leafy vegetables with cooked lean beef and chicken strips on the top. Use seasonings for better taste. Drink at least 2 glasses of water.

LUNCH
(12:00 – 1:30 PM)

For a lunch, you can have cooked beef with a lot of vegetables. The choice is up to you but avoid bread and potatoes. Do not forget to drink three glasses of water.

MID-AFTERNOON SNACK
(4:00 – 4:30 PM)

Again, as a snack, you should eat a salad from green leafy vegetables with cooked lean beef and chicken strips on the top. Drink two glasses of water.

DINNER
(6:00 – 7:00 PM)

As the last meal on Day 6, you can have a beef patty (with seasonings) or chicken breast together with a bowl of “special soup“. Do not forget to drink two glasses of water.

EVENING SNACK
(8:00 – 8:30 PM)

As a bedtime snack, I prefer a glass of coconut water to fight food cravings.

During this day, you need to eliminate as much of the fruits and glucose as possible before you hit the “homestretch”. You can enjoy meat as well!

SAMPLE MEAL PLAN

DAY #6

This is just our sample meal plan you can try for yourself. However, you can build one that suits you more. Just follow the rules above.

BREAKFAST
(8:15 – 9:15 AM)

The first meal on day 6 should be a bowl of “special soup” with lean beef strips. Drink two glasses of water.

MID-MORNING SNACK
(10:30 – 11:00 AM)

As a snack, you can have a salad made of green leafy vegetables with cooked lean beef and chicken strips on the top. Use seasonings for better taste. Drink at least 2 glasses of water.

LUNCH
(12:00 – 1:30 PM)

For a lunch, you can have cooked beef with a lot of vegetables. The choice is up to you but avoid bread and potatoes. Do not forget to drink three glasses of water.

MID-AFTERNOON SNACK
(4:00 – 4:30 PM)

Again, as a snack, you should eat a salad from green leafy vegetables with cooked lean beef and chicken strips on the top. Drink two glasses of water.

DINNER
(6:00 – 7:00 PM)

As the last meal on Day 6, you can have a beef patty (with seasonings) or chicken breast together with a bowl of “special soup“. Do not forget to drink two glasses of water.

EVENING SNACK
(8:00 – 8:30 PM)

As a bedtime snack, I prefer a glass of coconut water to fight food cravings.

During this day, you need to eliminate as much of the fruits and glucose as possible before you hit the “homestretch”. You can enjoy meat as well!

OUR TIPS TO GM DIET DAY #6

spinach with meat salad

SECOND FEAST IN A ROW

Similarly as during the day #5, even on the sixth day you will have a feast as you are again allowed some protein in form of a lean beef meat. You can pair it with a lot of veggies as well, but you need to stay away from tomatoes.

GO FOR SMALLER PORTIONS

When preparing your meals, rather go for smaller portions of beef as large portions could make your appetite worse and your food cravings may become too intense.

DRINK A LOT OF WATER

As you will be ingesting an animal-based protein, your body will produce a lot of uric acids. To combat this, you should increase your water intake significantly. A proper hydration will help your body to expel this acid easily.

BOOST YOUR METABOLISM

Because both bananas and milk will give you a lot of energy, my advice is to use it to improve your metabolism. Try some basic exercises but pay attention not to injure yourself.

Just keep in mind that on a low calories diet, you may feel fatigue and weakness. If you are dizzy, just avoid exercising altogether.

GM DIET DAY #6 & EXERCISES

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With regards to exercising, conditions are almost the same as during the day #5. Although exercising during GM diet is not recommended in general (you may feel nausea, fatigue, and dizziness), on day #6 your body gets a lot of protein.

That is why you may feel a bigger surge of energy so you could try to either begin or end your day with a mild exercise.

However, I do not recommend to do anything more intense than a light stretching, spot jogging, and basic Yoga poses. If you feel like you have the strength to do more, then go for a short run or walk up some stairs.

Just keep in mind that exercising is not recommended as you may easily injure yourself due to lack of nutrients while following this restriction diet.

Don’t do heavy weight workouts. Since you’re following a low-calorie (low-protein) diet, you won’t be having enough strength/stamina to do heavy workouts. Instead, perform simple Yoga poses while on the GM Diet program.

MORE GM DIET DAYS:

DAY #1 | DAY #2 | DAY #3 | DAY #4 | DAY #5 | DAY #6 | DAY #7
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