GM Diet Day 3: A Comprehensive Guide to Foods, Exercises, and Benefits

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Day 3 of the GM Diet marks a departure from the previous two days’ fruit and vegetable exclusivity. This phase incorporates a blend of both food groups, making the transition more manageable. Understanding this day’s plan and Do’s and Don’ts is crucial for a successful experience.


To prepare your body for Day 3:

* Stock up on fresh fruits (avoid melons) and vegetables (avoid potatoes, sweet potatoes, legumes, and corn).
* Hydrate thoroughly with 8-10 glasses of water throughout the day.
* Practice meditation or Pranayama for stress relief and increased awareness.

Sample Meal Plan

Day 3’s meal plan offers a balance of fruits and vegetables:


  • 1/2 cup watermelon or 1 apple
  • 1/2 cup musk melon or pineapple
  • Optional: Lime wedges for flavoring

Mid-Morning Snack:

  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes
  • 1 cup grapes
  • 4-5 slices of guava


  • Salad with lettuce, tomato, beetroot, cucumber, and pomegranate seeds
  • Seasoning: salt, lemon juice, pepper

Evening Snack:

  • 1 whole orange
  • 1/2 cup cantaloupe, kiwi, honeydew, or musk melon
  • Optional: Lime water for energy boost


  • Pan-roasted vegetables (tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, bell peppers)
  • Seasoning: chat masala or black salt and pepper

Note: GM Diet Soup can be consumed alongside the mentioned foods. Eat on demand and avoid starvation. Substitute plain water with orange or lemon juice if desired.


Light exercises, such as jogging, walking, or stretching, are recommended to burn calories. Rest is advised if lethargy sets in.

Foods to Avoid

Foods to avoid on Day 3 include:

* Bananas
* Potatoes, sweet potatoes
* Corn, legumes, lentils
* Oil (limited to 2 tbsp of olive oil, coconut oil, or butter)
* Dairy products
* Artificial sweeteners
* Salad dressings
* Sugar, excess salt
* Eggs
* Meat


Day 3 promotes several benefits:

* Increased calorie burn due to fiber intake from fruits and vegetables.
* Improved digestion and detoxification from fluid consumption.
* Activation of fat-burning processes due to signals sent to the brain.


By Day 3, individuals may experience:

* Increased energy and well-being.
* Temporary and mild headaches.
* Seek medical attention for any abnormal symptoms (diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, urine discoloration).


Day 3 of the GM Diet provides a balanced approach to nutrition. By following the meal plan, adhering to the exercises, and avoiding prohibited foods, individuals can reap the benefits of this dietary protocol. The next four days will play a crucial role in achieving optimal results.


The information presented here is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Consult a healthcare professional before implementing any new diet, including the GM Diet.


1. Can I consume coffee on Day 3?

No, calorie-rich beverages like coffee or tea are not permitted. Green or herbal tea without sweeteners can be consumed in moderation.

2. Is there a specific food quantity limit on Day 3?

No, GM Diet emphasizes avoiding starvation. Consume low-calorie foods in regular intervals and maintain adequate hydration.

3. Can I add honey to my beverages?

While honey is a better alternative to sugar, its calorie content may hinder your diet goals. Limit honey consumption to one or two drops in lime juice.

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