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GM Diet Plan Day 5

Now you have reached to the 5th Day of the GM Diet Plan and today is a day to eat beef and tomatoes. You are suggested to eat two 10 oz. portions of lean beef.  Combine this with six whole tomatoes. Today you need to  increase your water intake as you need to  cleanse your system of the uric acid you will be producing.

Beef will provide proteins and iron which you were missing in your diet in last 4 days. Tomatoes will provide fiber and will improve your digestion system. Water consumption is very essential today as it will help to purify the whole system. Lots and lots of water is needed today.

If you are not comfortable with Beef or you are a Indian Non vegetarian, you may choose to eat chicken breast or fish as it will provide required protein to your body. You are suggested to eat beef or fish not in a large quaintly as this may convert into fat.

If you are a vegetarian you may consume Soya bean or brown rice along with tomatoes instead of beef or chicken. Again Soya bean or brown rice should not be consumed in a large quantity.

Breakfast : You may start with you day with braised beef or chicken and tomatoes. This will keep you energetic for the whole day. This combination of beef and tomatoes is a good source of protein, fiber and iron. You may also have tomato soup instead of whole tomatoes.

Lunch : At the lunch time you may choose to eat beef or chicken along with tomatoes. It can be baked or fried but it should not contain lots of fat. By this time your body will be producing more uric acid so you are suggested to drink extra glasses of  water to flush it out.

Dinner : You may choose to eat beef or chicken at dinner time along with tomatoes. You may also consume beef soup this time. Again not to forget to drink extra glasses of water to flush it out the uric acid that you have produced.

 

 

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