What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

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What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby billyallgood » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:49 am

There are four phases to the Atkins Diet. The first phase, called Induction, is the most restrictive, and lasts two weeks. After that, you'll be able slowly add more carbohydrate foods back into your diet.
Most cheeses have less than a gram of carbohydrate per ounce, but check labels carefully, as some have more. Atkins allows 3-4 ounces per day during induction. Cream cheese included, but specifically not cottage cheese, farmer's cheese, or other fresh cheeses.
Water is the vastly preferred beverage. Atkins advises 8 8 oz glasses per day. If you are hungry and it isn't a mealtime, try drinking water first - you might just be thirsty. Soda water or carbonated water with sugar-free flavorings are OK.Do not drink any beverage with sugar in it, including juice and cider. Herbal teas, or decaffeinated coffee or tea are good choices, although some people can get away with drinking caffeine (you have to experiment to see if it triggers cravings or slows weight loss). Diet sodas sweetened with sucralose .

Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby stotalhealth1 » Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:11 am

The Atkins Diet uses a number of different phases, depending on what state a person's body is in. The first step for most people aiming for weight loss is the induction phase..
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Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

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Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby miles.o » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:34 am

Protein foods such as meat, seafood, eggs are low in carbs and are part of the Atkins diet. Cheese is also another food you should eat on the Atkins diet.


Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby alexdiets » Fri Apr 13, 2012 1:01 am

On the Atkins diet, you're eating almost pure protein and fat. You can consume red meat, fish (including shellfish), poultry, and regular cheese (not "diet" cheese, cheese spreads, or whey cheeses). You can cook with butter, have mayo with your tuna, and put olive oil on your salads.

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Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby Paul Sam » Wed Oct 24, 2012 5:48 am

Atkin diet consists of food that have protein like chicken,meat,vegetables and eggs. I never tried this diet but my cousin have done this diet.
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Re: What To Eat on the Atkins Diet

Postby Aubrey » Mon Aug 04, 2014 6:36 am

organic foods and green vegetables are beneficial in this diet.


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