You are Day 7! Give yourself a big pat on your back, as you will conclude the 7-Day GM Diet Weight loss program today. This journey, by no means, is easy and requires high levels of perseverance. Apart from physical transformation, the program also aims to create a sense of joy and satisfaction in taking care of your body. So, let us understand what the GM Diet Plan- Day 7 looks like, along with the rules, exercises and a sample meal chart.


How to Prepare Your Body for GM Diet Day 7?

GM Diet Day 7 Sample Meal Plan

GM Diet Day 7 Exercises

Foods to Avoid on GM Diet Day 7

Why this Works?

How Will you Feel at the End of GM Diet Day 7?


How to Prepare Your Body for GM Diet – Day 7?:

Today, you get to eat all your favorite fruits, vegetables and rice, just like those ‘normal’ days. The only difference will be portion size and cutting down on some of the foods. It is better to stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables that you had on the first 3 days of the diet. Apart from whole fruits, you are also advised to consume freshly prepare fruit juices to energize and detox the body.

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Just remember not to add additional sugar to these juices and say NO to canned or bottled ones.

GM Diet – Day 7 Sample Meal Plan:

On the seventh day of the GM Diet Plan, you will eat a meal of assorted vegetables, fruit juices and one or two cups of brown or white rice. Along with that, you can also consume the GM Diet soup whenever hungry. You must balance these foods to get proper nutrition without experiencing heaviness in your stomach.

Let us look into the Sample GM Diet Plan – Day 7 Indian Version:


Start your day with a bowl of brown rice or white rice. The idea is to keep the starch and carbohydrate-rich foods to the first part of the day. Serve it along with a bowl of boiled veggies. Satisfy your dessert cravings with one or two slices of fruit.

NOTE: If you are not comfortable with the idea of having rice early in the morning, replace that with a heavy serving of fruits like Papaya, Melon, with 2-3 glasses of water

Mid-Morning Snack:

You can have one cup of berries or one glass of fruit juice. Avoid using any dressings like heavy cream, honey, or fruit glaze.


Have one small bowl of white or brown rice. You can also have rice pancakes along with a vegetable stir fry or moong dal sprouts salad. Eat one slice of fruit like Guava, Muskmelon etc. to satisfy your sweet cravings.

Evening Snack:

Drink 1 glass of watermelon juice or eat a small portion of fruit followed with 1-2 glasses of water.


Dinner should be very light and easy on the stomach. So, stick to the GM Diet soup or a bowl of vegetables and some fruits. Consume 2-3 glasses of water for better digestion.


  • Increase your overall fluid intake for better digestion
  • Try to experiment with recipes that cover these ingredients to make your mealtime more interesting

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GM Diet – Day 7 Exercises:

Since you are ‘almost’ on a regular diet, you must exercise well to rid of excess calories. Keep the momentum of Day 6 and continue those workouts. You can slightly amp the intensity of the exercises to get fitter and lighter. If you are not a gym-goer, then at least take up some form of cardio like brisk walking, cycling, brisk walking etc.

Foods to Avoid on GM Diet – Day 7:

Let us now look into the foods to avoid on the 7th day of the GM diet plan:

  • Fruits like Bananas, Pear, Custard Apple etc.
  • Vegetables like Potato, Sweet Potato etc.
  • Sugar
  • Oil or Butter more than 1 tbsp in an entire day
  • Store-bought sauces
  • Canned Juices
  • Cold Drinks

Why this Works?:

The Day 7 Diet involves eating fruits, vegetables and grains in healthy portions. These listed foods can pump up sufficient amounts of vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and other essential nutrients that your body was deprived of. Also, this is your last day of the diet, and you will restart your routine tomorrow. So, you need a proper meal plan to slowly back your body on track, which is exactly what the Day 7 diet will do for you!

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How Will You Feel at the End of GM Diet – Day 7?:

You are likely to end the day with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. It’s not easy to overcome these hurdles and finally, you did it, like a real champ! You will notice a healthy weight loss of 4-5 kgs by the end of the 7th day*. Your waistline appears slimmer and tighter than ever. Symptoms like headache, constipation, irritability etc. will disappear and instead, you will be brimming with high energy.

*Results may vary from person to person.

So guys! With this, we can conclude the Day 7 of the GM Diet plan. Although the program has come to an end, the basic rules such as low-calorie intake, high water consumption, exercises etc. will apply for the next few days in order to maintain the results. Have you started the diet already? If yes, please share your experiences with us!

DISCLAIMER: The content written in this article is purely for the informational purpose(s) only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Before trying out any new diet plan, including the one mentioned in this article, you must seek the advice of a physician or a trained medical practitioner.


1. Can I eat wheat instead of rice in GM diet-Day 7 plan?

Ans: No! GM Diet forbids eating gluten foods, including wheat. So, if you are not fond of rice, try replacing it with millet’s, Quinoa etc. Stick to the recommended portions for better results.

2. Is it OK to re-start the Day 1 after Day 7 of the Gm Diet?

Ans: You must take a break of at least 5-7 days between each GM diet session. It is also better to consult a nutritionist before repeating the program, as GM diet deprives the body of many nutritious foods.

3. Why do I feel heavy after dinner?

Ans: It must be due to the consumption of excess food. Dinner must be the lightest meals of the day. Plan to have your supper by 7 or 8 PM instead of pushing it too late in the night. Avoid high starch or carbohydrate-rich foods and stick to soups, salad or something very light.


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