Understanding the #GodBodyDiet

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6 Responses

  1. @MsDaniMonique says:

    After having a better understanding, I am officially starting tomorrow.

  2. Billy says:

    It should be noted that Elaine became dumb in that Seinfeld episode. Not sure if the no sex thing works for women. 80) At any rate, great post. Was waiting for an explanation of the rules, reason and benefits. One question: Is this “diet” just for 30 days?

  3. akatito says:

    I hope the explanation helped

  4. Leshell says:

    I am gearing up to start soon (decision made before reading this article). 🙂

    I wanted to comment to shed some light on the gallon water and measuring it accordingly:

    A true “cup,” (as in measuring cup and not a huge mug at coffee shop) is 8 ounces.

    8 ounces = 1 cup and 16 cups = 1 gallon

    16 ounces = 2 cups = 1 pint and 8 pints = 1 gallon

    32 ounces = 4 cups = 1 quart and 4 quarts = 1 gallon

    128 ounces = 16 cups = 1 gallon

    33.8140226 ounces = 1 liter

    1000 ml = 1 liter

    3.7854118 liters = 1 gallon

    *If you aren’t going to walk around with a gallon of water in your hand every day for 30 days, you could simply determine the measurement of your favorite (environmentally friendly) water bottle and use that with the above to calculate how many to drink.

    Just a hint for sharing!

    Much success to everyone who embarks on this journey!

  5. Leshell says:

    Another rule of thumb is to simply drink as many ounces are you weigh in pounds. This will ensure that you get the right amount of water for your weight (as some may need more or less than a gallon to keep them hydrated).

    So, for example, if you weight 160 lbs, than you should drink 160 ounces per day. If 110 lbs, than drink 110 ounces.

    Just another hint for sharing!


  6. akatito says:

    Thanks Leshell… Appreciate the tips… the water thing can be tricky

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