What plan are you following?
- The way foods are added back in (in 5-gram increments) was exciting to a youth who used those carbs to eat jell-o pudding pops (they were within acceptable bounds), but I always added foods back not based on their nutritive values but based upon whether it was chocolate or peanut butter.
- The way foods are added back in the 2002 version allows folks to go from foods less likely to cause issues to foods more likely to cause issues, using each Atkins rung as a means of rotational dieting. This pretty much allows a person to determine almost immediately which foods suit their systems badly.
Oopsie rolls as French toast with butter and davincis hazelnut syrup
Bacon (low sodium)
#Sodium platter (essentially a snack plate, will explain more later)
*Oopsie mini pizzas (v) if fresh spinach is used
*Oopsie rolls with a baconator and a Caesar side salad (Wendys) (v)
Oopsie spicy Italian sub (v)
*Wisconsin broccoli cheese soup (v)
*Chix’ Boneless Buffy Wings
* Lamb gyro and tzatziki (v) with sides
Taco salad (v)
Red Robin Guacamole Bacon burger with oopsie rolls and steamed vegetables (v)
Spicy chicken/turkey stir-fry (v)
* Mashed cauliflower and gravy (v)
*Savory Chowder (v)
Spaghetti squash with Alfredo sauce and pine nuts (v)
Flax cracker with dilled cream cheese
One ounce of nuts
Cherry tomatoes (I eat them like little apples) (v)
Small chef salad with a hard-boiled egg (v)
Oopsie rolls with butter and SF davincis syrup
Snow cones (yes, even in winter!)
Diet orange soda
Diet Dr Pepper chocolate cherry soda with 2 Tbsp cream (cream may be frozen for a ‘float’ feeling)
Diet root bear with whipping cream (read above)
I eat when hungry, stop when no longer hungry, and it’s not unusual for me to start a meal and have to finish it later because I’m just not as hungry as I used to be. I always temper vegetables with a protein and/or fat, and nuts especially since they can wreak havoc on the blood sugar.
e ever has. If you need that kind of friendly support, look at tops.org for more information. Their plan is a high-carb one, but they welcome folks of all weight loss persuasions.