Atkins Diet Menus
Now that you’ve decided to get on the Atkins diet, you would want to know what you’re options are and how you can make what you eat continue to remain interesting. Daunting as it may seem, you do get a hang of it over a period of time.
The first things you need to do ahead of the planning, is to allocate your carb intake in your meals appropriately. Breakfast can do with up to one third your total everyday carb intake, not more. Frequent ‘snackers’ should ideally allocate lesser than a third of the everyday carb intake per meal. Lunch often poses to be a challenge because keeping your carb intake here at less than a third of your everyday intake does make selection quite interesting. If dinner is your largest meal, it should have a full third of your everyday carb intake.
Protein based snacks are best, and in buying packed snacks, make sure you look out for ‘hidden’ sugar.
Of course, sugar, at all stages continues to remain a no.
People at the induction level can choose from Vienna sausages, crust-less quiche slices, pork rind, beef jerky, hard boiled eggs, cheese, etc.
People at the OWL level can add cream cheese, lox, and deviled eggs to the previous list.
People at the maintenance level can up their carb intake to up to 5 grams. Snacks here can be varied as long as they’re sugar free and within the carb intake limit.
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