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Throughout our lives, we’ve all been told to eat our fruits and vegetables and watch our intake of sweets. However, it is hard to find a straightforward, easily achievable, accurate and definite plan that guarantees rapid weight loss. With our bodyweight being maintained almost solely through our diet, with exercise being an asset, our daily dietary intake is everything. To shed the maximum amount of stored body fat, we must follow a successful and efficient diet plan that’s strict yet easy to follow, including all the best recommendations for dinner recipes.

What Is the GM Diet?

The ‘General Motors diet’ was created in 1985 by General Motors, the FDA and the US Department of Agriculture for the company’s employees. Its purpose was to enhance productivity around the workplace by enhancing the overall health, energy levels, confidence, and performance of the employees. With impressive results (10 to 17 pounds lost in one week), the GM diet was a big success and quickly went global as millions of people still continue to abide by it today. The GM diet is recommended for everyone because its plan is so easy to follow and its dinner recipes are inexpensive and simple to prepare.

How Does the GM Diet Plan Work?

With the consumption of its low-carb, high-fiber structured diet and intake of adequate water, the plan works to rid the body of its toxins and impurities, and to burn stored fat for the loss of 10-17 pounds in just one week! When followed correctly, not only will you visibly see real results in just seven days, but you will also feel lighter. You will be left feeling energetic, lively, active, and healthier than ever.

Day 1

Fruits

The first day is intended to flush the body of all toxins to prepare for the next six days of the diet plan. This day consists solely of fruits and water. We can munch down on as many fruits, except bananas, as you want for the entire day.

Fruits high in fiber, such as cantaloupes and honeydew melons, are highly recommended because they keep you feeling fuller for longer and are also low in fat. An easy way to achieve the first day is to eat 1-2 servings of fruit every couple hours along with eight to 12 glasses of water.

Aim for one glass an hour. When completed successfully, we should already feel more alert, energetic, and lively; and you will lose up to three pounds, all by the end of the first day. Just remember: any fruit except for bananas.

Day 2

vegetables

The second day, simple enough, consists solely of vegetables and water. Vegetables can be consumed raw or cooked—with very little to no oil (olive oil only) sauteed or boiled. Potatoes contain carbohydrates which greatly help get through the difficult stages.

One teaspoon of light butter may be used with potatoes for flavor. Just like the previous day, 8-12 glasses of water is required for day 2 as well. Peas contain protein and green beans and carrots contain lots of fiber and essential vitamins for a good satisfying balance.

With day 2 being another low-carb, high-fiber day, the body’s carb stores will refresh for optimal energy and alertness for the next day of your diet.

Day 3

vegetables and fruits

The third day is basically a combination of the first and second day together; it consists solely of whole fruits and vegetables (cooked or uncooked) along with the intake of excess water (8-12 glasses). By this day your body will feel adjusted to this new low-carb diet.

Day 4

Bananas

The fourth day is difficult, but worth it. Make it through these 24 hours and you are over halfway done. This day consists solely of eight to 10 bananas, four glasses of whole, almond or soy milk and 8-12 glasses water. Bananas are rich in potassium and milk is rich in calcium, magnesium and protein. This day is vital to the GM diet.

Day 5

fruits vegetables and water

The fifth day is Heavenly compared to the previous 4 days. Day 5 consists of 1 cup of brown rice, 6 whole tomatoes, some lean protein, and 12-15 glasses of water (more water than all previous days)!

Lean protein may consist of non-fat yogurt, skinless chicken breasts, fish, beans, boiled eggs, and/or goat meat. You really start to feel great on this day with the upbringing of carbs (from the rice) and some protein, resulting in a huge upbringing of our mood! We will feel lighter, physically and emotionally by this day.

Day 6

Some salad and water

Similar to day five, day six consists of another cup of brown rice, some lean protein, and back to 8-12 glasses of water. Lean protein and veggies should be boiled—not fried.

If absolutely desired, one can saute with very little, light olive oil. Salads may contain sparingly light dressings or vinegar for flavor. Light seasonings such as ginger, ground pepper, pepper flakes or honey may also be added for flavor. You will see visible results of weight loss by the end of this day!

Day 7

Brown rice vegetables and fruits

This final day is simple enough; it consists of another cup of brown rice, and as many fruits and veggies as you desire, lean protein, and any fruit juices you want to drink along with your eight to 12 glasses of water.

Top 6 Dinner Recipes for the GM Diet

As each of the seven days consist of simple, straightforward, whole-food ingredients, eating a meal of two apples and a glass of water will seem way less suitable for our dinner than that for our breakfast. Especially if that was just our breakfast that morning. You will want and need something more complex, filling, and flavorful when evening comes. So let’s dive into our top six dinner recipes for each day of the GM diet!

Day 1 Dinner Recipes

For your fruit and water cleansing day, a couple apples, pears, or guavas with a glass of water would be a good breakfast, brunch, and/or mid-day snack. However, let’s see those top 6 fruity dinner recipes!

  • Chopped apple, pear, pomegranate and black grapes
  • Peach, blueberries, white grapes and a touch of honey
  • Mango, cherries, green grapes and lime juice
  • A bit of hand-squeezed orange juice, lemon, mango, grapes and a touch of honey
  • Blackberries, raspberries, cantaloupe and honeydew
  • Fresh pineapple, strawberries, green grapes and a touch of honey

Day 2 Dinner Recipes

Remember: vegetables can be consumed raw, boiled or sauteed with very little light olive oil. No heavy salad dressings and light seasonings only. Let’s see those 6 recipes!

  • Quinoa, any bell pepper, cucumber, cauliflower and red onion
  • Red cabbage, snow peas, romaine lettuce and yellow squash
  • Light Italian dressing, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, cherry tomatoes and black olives
  • Cucumber, red and yellow cherry tomatoes, carrots, olives, sweet yellow, orange, and red peppers, celery, red onion, a dash of ground pepper and garlic salt and spring mixed salad
  • Fresh green beans, yellow squash, sugar snap peas, olives and red pepper
  • Sweet potato, red potatoes, red cabbage and mustard greens

Day 3 Dinner Recipes

  • Fresh strawberries, blueberries, red onion, pineapple and spinach salad with a light vinaigrette
  • Cucumbers, red bell pepper, grapes, basil leaves, olive oil and lime juice
  • Green pepper, chopped red apple, celery, red grapes, shredded cabbage and lettuce
  • Ice, spinach, kale, apple, blueberry and almond milk smoothie
  • Ice, carrot, spinach, mango, coconut water and pineapple smoothie
  • Ice, strawberries, carrot, orange, grapes, pineapple chunks, broccoli florets, peach slices, spinach and almond milk smoothie

Day 4 Dinner Recipes

You can’t get 6 recipes out of bananas and milk, but you can blend them together!

  • Banana smoothies with bananas, water and ice
  • Banana milkshakes with whole milk or almond or soy milk

Day 5 Dinner Recipes

  • Rice with skinless chicken breast and three medium tomatoes
  • Rice with goat and three medium tomatoes
  • Rice with black beans, kidney beans and three medium tomatoes
  • Rice with salmon, northern beans, lemon juice and three medium tomatoes
  • Rice with pinto beans, garbanzo beans, lime juice and three medium tomatoes
  • Rice with balsamic vinegar, cannelloni beans, chicken breast and three medium tomatoes

Day 6 Dinner Recipes

  • Goat, hard-boiled egg, bell pepper, cherry tomatoes and light honey Dijon dressing
  • Cucumber, grape tomatoes, bell pepper, and red wine vinegar and flounder
  • Basmati rice, carrots, red onion, raw corn kernels, and black beans and chicken breast
  • Black beans, kidney beans, green bell pepper, red wine vinegar and cannelloni beans
  • Apple cider vinegar, kidney beans, cannelloni beans, garbanzo beans, brown rice and rosemary
  • Yellow squash, green bell pepper, northern beans, balsamic vinegar and red bell pepper

Day 7 Dinner Recipes

  • Black beans, avocado, lime, red bell pepper and navy beans
  • Pineapple, black beans, garlic and cherry tomatoes
  • Sweet corn, black beans, green bell pepper, red kidney beans and white wine vinegar
  • Skinless chicken breast, mandarin orange, fresh pineapple and raspberry vinaigrette
  • Greek yogurt, fresh pineapple, honey, red wine vinegar and dried cranberries
  • Spring mix salad greens, fresh pineapple chunks, chicken, sweet red pepper and ginger

Conclusion

GM diet burns an astounding amount of fat quickly and completely cleanses and detoxifies the body of all toxins and impurities. The diet also gets you in the habit of eating your fruits and veggies daily. It allows you to feel and look your best. You will feel lighter, energetic, more active and all around better physically, mentally, and emotionally. No matter what, do not allow yourself to finish that last day off with a dessert or fatty food! Let your successfully slimmer waistline be your prize! Only do the GM diet plan once every couple weeks.