Hi,I got umbilical hernia post delivery. I did my delivery in India but I live in Saudi Arabia. Since its not that large, my doc suggested to do the operation next year as I had to go back within 2 months of delivery. Now problem is even though I have given up rice , sugar, outside food,soft drinks, I am still gaining weight. Why?
And yeah, we use the BMR as a number that we don’t want to go below when cutting. I am okay with going slightly below BMR at the end of a cut to wrap it up but otherwise, I recommend staying above it.
Firstly accept my heart felt thanks for posting this diet plan. Being vegetarian with strict indian palate and living overseas , it has been impossible to get a diet plan that includes chapati ,dal subzi etc. Today is my fifth day of third week on the diet and although I have not weighed myself yet, i can feel the clothes fitting more easily already. Like so many others I request you to post or email me the second month’s eating plan. Also since I do not have access to tulsi , i had two options ….one continue with methi seeds or use basil. I opted the first one. Can u also suggest a substitute for paneer…i just used hommus…. hope to hear from u soon… lotsa love …Taruna
I would love some advice. I’m really committing to stopping the restrictive diets. I’ve known for a long time how terrible it is. But I would swear I’m gaining weight and it’s making me very nervous – my stomach looks huge and my pants feel tighter…
So am I… I have tried a number diets a number of times.. But i always found that diets always work if you and your friend/bf/mom/sis follow it together. thus we can share the results and chances of falling off the wagon are less…
thanks priyanka for this lovely diet…actualy i had consulted a dietician long back and she gave me almost the same diet mentioned here, i lost weight very much and it really helped me to lose weight but the only bad thing i heard is dt ma face glow disappeared, now again m gaining weight and i just want to lose 2 kgs so ws just wondering if i start follow this diet will it still affect my face glow, i used to smoke too but now i have quit it from the last 1 month…please reply asap,,,m waiting…thank you
Wondering what to eat on the eighth day after completing the GM diet? It does not make sense to binge once the diet is over and expect the effect of the diet to continue. After the diet, it is important to start eating healthier and exercising. There is no fixed plan as to what you should eat after the GM diet.
The key, of course, is to not go overboard on these “normal” days. Researchers have found, though, that fasters ate at most 10 to 15 percent more on their nonfast days, so overall they took in fewer calories.
hi priyanka,thanx a lot for this diet plan…I lost 44 kgs but was struggling wid the last 3 kgs…your diet plan made it easier & I lost those 3 kgs after following only the 1st week of it…thanx a ton…how wonderful it feels to be a 58 kg frm 105 kgs…thanx once again..
Thanks for writing to us. Yes, in order to lose weight we must be clear on different facets of weight loss instead of just following anything blindly. Do keep following our articles for more information on health and weight loss.
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