Have you been to the grocery store lately? What did you notice? Perhaps you saw a recently added aisle displaying organic fruits and vegetables. Did you ever wonder why that aisle is there? Why wasn’t it there years ago?
According to recent studies, obesity is one of the top two killer conditions in America today (next to diabetes). Obesity leads to other serious health problems, such as heart failures and cancer. One way to avoid obesity is to engage in regular exercise and to eat a balanced meal. This is the reason why grocery stores nowadays have special sections for all natural products, including fruits and vegetables.
Without a balanced diet, regular exercise will not be as effective as you would have hoped. But then again, with all the diet plans and programs followed by people these days, how do you know if one is effective? How do you choose diets that work?
The GM Diet Plan
There is one way to tell if a diet program is effective or not, and that is its longevity. If a one diet program was able to carry its name for several years, it means a lot of people has tried it and that it has worked for them. There are only a few health programs that pass this criteria, and one of them is the GM diet plan.
The GM diet plan or the General Motors diet is perhaps one of the oldest diet programs in the world. Initiated by the General Motors company for their employees, this diet plan has already helped thousands of people all over the world for several years.
Basically, the GM diet requires eating fruits and vegetables for one full week or for seven days straight. There are specific instructions and portion advisory from day one to day seven, but the entire diet program aims to cut between 10 to 17 pounds from your original weight.
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