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Vegetarian Sample Plan after GM Diet

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  1. Kevin W Administrator

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    Hello all

    Many folks have asked for a vegetarian diet plan for post GM Diet. Please first read our disclaimer at the bottom of the site. Then if you care to read, great. This is our opinion and you really need to do your own research as well.

    One thing we emphasize here is gluten free, whole fresh, organic and natural foods.

    Rule of thumb on fruit, no more than 3 servings a day. And it should be eaten near a meal, with protein for balance.

    Example Breakfast:

    3 Whole eggs (be careful cooking. never over cook the yolk), a serving of fruit, a little potato cooked and some veg. Spices, etc are OK per taste.

    Example Lunch:

    Maybe some sprouts and mushrooms cooked. Another serving of fruit is OK. You need some good carbs so maybe go banana. Also consider adding some white rice. Make sure you add some coconut or olive oil to the dish.

    You can also do a great salad, you need a protein so legumes added, eggs again, you need a good fat like olive oil, of course apple cider vinegar and spices make a good dressing. Avacado is also another good fat to have.

    Example Dinner:

    Paneer may be good, Legumes are good (I am big on soaking and sprouting them first). You also need good fat, good veg and a good carb again like potato, another tuber plantains, etc.

    To me never over do eggs or any one protein. Try and mix it up

    You can drink some coconut water, add lemon to your water, drink herbal teas with a little stevia. We never recommend coffee.

    You will see we do not like low carb. It has to be carefully administered by a nutritional specialist based on various test results and such. So the key is balance, natural/whole foods.


    Hope this helps, please ask questions if you have any.
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  3. Monica Bawane Member

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    In this chart please tell the substitution of eggs
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    In this chart please tell the substitution of eggs
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    Which day? every-time you see beef/hamburger in our diet, replace it with 3 eggs, or chicken.
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    I am Pure vegetarian, no chicken, no egg, no beef, no fish etc, so I will replace it with peas, beans, sprouts, etc so is that fine. I am talk about the about diet In between 2 GM Diet
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    No peas, but the others are fine and you need some good fat with each meat replacement meal, meat has fat, so should your meal.
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    Good fat means what exactly to have
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    Good fat means what exactly to have
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    grass fed butter, ghee, coconut oil palm oil, pure olive oil. Organic if possible. even avocado if you like.
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    means no grains on rice i can have. My family members opposing me to leave wheat because they believe it is healthiest. and say if i will eat rice then I will become fat. I tired to explain them but they tell me not to believe.

    should I not even eat other grains. like Millet, pearl millet, finger millet, quinoa?
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    Rice is fine. It's gluten free. Organic white rice is a simple carb.

    Explain to me the health benefits of wheat or have them explain it to you. They will nto come up with anything likely. The only wheat decent enough to eat will be ancient heirloom wheats (about impossible to fine) and they need to be sourdoughed/fermented. Even then likely you have a gluten sensitivity issue. Most do. Millet is fine as well for sure, it's gluten free. Quinoa is great, but soak in lemon water over night and rinse, it will help get rid of the anti nutrients.

    White rice is fine balanced with good fat, veg and protein and in moderation. Also don't do it every meal. My favorite carb choice is plantains :)

    READ THIS, please take the time to do so. He is actually my doctor. He is by far the best out there to me by far.
    http://chriskresser.com/9-steps-to-perfect-health-1-dont-eat-toxins
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    Thank you:)
    Millet also soak in lemon water?
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    yes up to 18 hours in lemon water or you can add a little apple cider vinegar, like a 1/2 teaspoon per cup of millet
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    Hi Kevin,
    I've done 2 cycles of the diet now in the span of a month. Cut out sugar and mostly switched from coffee to green tea. Is it ok to use honey in tea once a day? And can I have oats for breakfast with milk and fruits ?
    And finally do the eggs only need to be boiled or can i chop some veggies and make an omelette?
    Thanks :)
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    a dash of honey if you do OK can be OK
    oats is a terrible pure carb breakfast with no balance. Eggs and veg great as an omelette sure thing.
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    hello kevin
    i have certain queries in my mind. plz help
    i followed gm plan and loose 2-3 kgs. now:
    1. can i eat corn flakes (kellogs regular) with a bowl of low fat milk nd a banana or mango in the breakfast
    2. as an indian, our staple food is wheat and rice, we eat it like devotedly. usually we eat wheat chapatis thrice a day nd rice once or twice a week. but now, since wheat is a total no no after following gm plan, we are left with very few choices. my question here is, what can we have in dinner which is filling and healthy.
    thnx in advance
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    1) cereal is pure junk food not to mention the fact that the extreme process it takes to extrude it out renders it dead food. so your breakfast is a great way to gain weight, pure carbs and not protein or goof fat.
    2) we have staples here, wheat is one of them, but truthfully who cares what other folks eat. What I mean is as an individual I can assure you there is one person dealing with needing to lose weight or possible health issues it's you, not your culture. Thus you are the one dealing with it and only you - well and possibly your family some. I tested I cannot have any grains at all. I use plantain flour to bake crackers and eat meats and veg. So what if wheat is used here in literally everything, I make m own choices. I feel amazing, I could careless what other folks eat because they don't care how I eat. And I mean that in a kind way - I have to take care of myself. The fact is wheat is beyond bad and once a again a great way to gain weight. Google "Wheat Belly" if you do not believe me.

    are you vegan? eat eggs or dairy? your meals need balance. read this post and then we can work on a plan that suits your needs. https://gmdietforums.com/threads/vegetarian-sample-plan-after-gm-diet.313/#post-4849
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    Hi Kevin,

    Thanks for this site.
    I followed up this diet for a week religiously and I lost 3.5-4 kg in first time.
    I have below queries on after 7 days GM diet please help me out.

    1. As I understand wheat is a no. Which one should I use White or Brown Rice ( And how much quantity) ? Also a small amount of wheat is fine or not in a week?
    2. I am an eggetarian, How many eggs can I use in whole day and Whole egg or Egg White?
    3. Can I use dal (Moong,Tur & channa ) daily/alternatively for good protein?
    4. Is it fine to go on GM Diet again after 1 week? Also is it fine to have this diet three times in a month?
    5. After 7 days Having Milk is fine or should I skip this? Because in India, we consider Milk as one of the healthiest product.

    Waiting for your response eagerly. Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Rahul
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    1) a organic white basmati or jasmine is great. You have to find your carb tolerance I do 100 to 200 daily (high nut I am a tall active man). Wife does around 75. So you need to look at all your carbs that day, fruit, grains, starchy veg, etc. Wheat, up to you, I suggest understanding though what even a little does to you.
    2) Whole eggs, all of the good fat and nutrition is in the yolk. Eggs are a superfood assuming they are from pastured chickens. I would only eat once a day on a normal schedule. However to break your body from possibly becoming allergic to something, take days off here and there where you do not eat any.
    3) Legumes are not a good protein source. However they are your only option So soak and sprout them please. And realize they are high in carbs. Watch your carbs.
    4) no - I would only do it 1 to 2 times in a month. and the next month once.
    5) well in context, maybe. Balance it, meaning do not just drink it plain. next are you sure you do not have an allergy to it? nest is it homogenized and pasteurized literally to death? is it from grass fed cows only? fermenting it into a kefir or yogurt far better. So keep those things in mind :)
    Nice questions, hope that helps.
  21. Rahul Sharma New Member

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    Thanks for the reply Kevin,

    Few queries based on your reply?
    1. You have mentioned about legume but my queries is regarding pulses/lentils which is good in protein. Also give me some alternative for this.
    2. Yes Milk is homogenized and pasteurized and cow's Milk. As you said don't drink it plain Should I add health power like Bournvita/Horlicks( Search it on google )?
    3. Also Gram flour is fine?

    Regards,
    Piyush

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