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I learn something new almost every day from sparkmembers.

-American consumers have no problem with carcinogens, but they will not purchase any product, including floor wax, that has fat in it. - Dave Barry
-My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four; unless there are three other people. - Orson Welles
-The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen

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I know I didn't start this blog -- but boy, did I learn alot.
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These would be some of my favorite Atkins snacks

Olives
Deviled Eggs
Cheese
Pork Rinds
Bacon
Boiled Shrimp
Salami
Cheese stuffed celery
Whipped Cream
Sugar Free Jello
Egg salad
Tuna Salad
Chicken Salad



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4/3/12 6:47 P

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Really well, I just need more snack foods that are not Atkins shakes or bars.

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How are things going for you?

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3/28/12 8:43 A

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Lots of people are leery of aspartame. Most of the science says it's safe unless you have phenylketonuria but there is a lot of anecdotal evidence of it causing people problems - more than any other product that I know of. They really should offer other choices.

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-The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen

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I hear there is a Kool-Aid home made jell-o you can make and add Splenda to it. I'm going to google it right now. I've been eating the stuff like candy and now I don't think I want to.

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3/28/12 1:58 A

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Now I'm wondering about my SF gelatins, too! ack!

It seems to me SOMEbody should make a non-sweetened gelatin! If so, you could make it with Splenda™. Our doctor recommends that, and it doesn't disagree with us or have any aftertaste I notice. Even if no manufacturer sells it, I do see gelatin in the baking section. I don't know why you couldn't effectively make your own... perhaps with unsweetened drink mix? like Crystal Light or even store-brand "Kool-Aid"type things. After all, they're still just powders you mix up in water. How hard could it be?

And MORTICIA - I'm with you!! if I can't have bacon, it's a bomb. I've got half a package cooked up and in a baggie in the fridge and I'm afraid I'm going to run out! LOL I've got the next package defrosting and my lovely little cast iron pan is already licking its chops. hehehe

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3/27/12 10:02 P

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Technically on Atkins - no you can't have aspartame. Atkins stated that Aspartame slows weight loss in some individuals. I would not consume a lot of it. Most of us in this group tweak our own diets and make what we refer to as lifestyle choices so the decision is basically yours. Some things are deal breakers. For instance I am not going on any diet where I can't have cherries and bacon. LOL

-American consumers have no problem with carcinogens, but they will not purchase any product, including floor wax, that has fat in it. - Dave Barry
-My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four; unless there are three other people. - Orson Welles
-The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen

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3/27/12 8:25 P

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All of my Jell-o's have aspartame :( Can I still have them??

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Are brats ok?- Maybe. If you continue to lose weight on them, I don't see a problem with that.

I don't stress over the errors in the Atkins literature. I think of eggs as having about a gram of carb. That said, I honestly don't count those grams. I count net grams in veggies, fruits, and since I'm not on induction right now, I do have Alvarado St. Diabetic friendly bread, those have 13 grams net per slice. I love it with some coconut Manna. Nummy!!!

My favorite pre-workout snack is a hard boiled egg. You would want your carbs to be post workout because your insulin receptors will be open for business at that time.

The coconut oil at Trader Joe's is just fine.

Butter is my favorite steak or pork chop topping.

I don't know if the coffee is stopping your progress. Caffeine is a double edged sword: It will drive your sugar down and monkeys with estrogen retention but it does help with energy and is a diuretic. I would not try to stop a coffee habit at the same time you are doing induction. I think thats just too much all at once. Me, I'm more of a green tea drinker anyway. Your energy level will improve after induction. I felt best between 45-60 grams of carb/day. It depends from person to person.

If you don't want to be 'perfect' thats ok. Nobody really is. Learning to live in the gray area is part of what this whole weight loss thing is about. Most dieters are recovering perfecto-holics! I'm one!






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3/26/12 11:49 P

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I don't eat the bars, but I do start every day with one of their shakes. It's all I eat until dinner, around 4 pm. I'm just not hungry 'til then - I'm not restricting myself. I stay away from the bars because I'm avoiding any grains. If you're okay with them and whichever plan you choose permits grains (I can't think of any, but still...) I'd say don't change your regime on our say-so. You know it's about what works for each of us. But do stick with the parameters of the diet you choose until you're firmly on board with it.

I'm glad you've got some references coming! That should help shine a little light.

I got my coconut oil via Amazon, of all things. I'm sure you could get it at Trader Joe's - I've never been in or seen one of those, but from commentary here, it sounds like you can get a lot of things through them. I'm sure coconut oil would be one of them. Try to get the virgin and cold-pressed or expeller-pressed. The less processing, the better.

I think most meats are okay, but when you can make the choice, try to pick the less processed ones. I eat sausage, but I'll prefer ground pastured meat to that, or lean grocery meat. Of course, if I can get pastured sausage I'm a happy camper! LOL our local independent carries a small variety of pastured meats. I love that.

I'm not sure what your question is about non-meat options -? If you're looking for snacks, you could have a few nuts (not peanuts), some veggie sticks, a hard-boiled egg ... most of my snacks tend to be meaty sorts, so I can't offer much more than that in the non-meat category. A small bit of non-glycemic fruit, like berries, seem to be popular.

Oh YUM!!! your lunch sounds absolutely delicious! Durn, now I have to go out for a roast! Butter -- yes! I'll bet a good dollop of bacon renderings or some nice creamy sauce would be delectable, too!

I'm not a coffee drinker. I can't address that query.

You may find that you'll curtail your exercise regime a bit while you adapt to the new diet. I don't know what Atkins recommends. I know the Paleo / Primal ~ "ancestral" diets don't stand very heavy on rigorous exercise. They're more about simply doing more active things: walking instead of riding when you can, carrying things around, moderate exercise and lifting, etc. One or another do say occasional more energetic things, like a short sprint or heavy hoists now and then -- but not on a regular basis. It's either Wolf or Sisson who has a cute picture in their book of a caveman running from a mammoth or mastodon (I can never remember which is which!), and they label things on that picture, like a clump of grass for "eat lots of veggies" and "sprint now and then" for the guy running away from the critter, etc. I like that cartoon, and think of it often when considering the lifestyle. Maybe someone else here remembers it and can describe it better than I'm doing.

So far as carb counts, there's a lot of great info here in the SP database. There's also an awesome resource at ? - calorielab.com -? I think? I can't get another window to open right now. If I can browbeat my puter I'll come back and amend this with the link. Anyway, they have great info on everything you can imagine and then some.

Don't worry about perfection! just stick to it the best you can and fortify yourself with the knowledge that it's going to be better. None of us are "perfect" either, I don't think! You will absolutely lose the cravings and will feel better when you get your body burning fats and partaking of all the great veggies. It sounds like you're already off to a good start. (I'm still licking my chops about that roast!)

Let us know how things are progressing!

...here, I'm back with that link:
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check it out. It's waaaay too much information! I use it a lot.

Edited by: EXOTEC at: 3/26/2012 (23:51)
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they've forgotten we're really just animals ...
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We did not create the web of life; we are but a strand in it.
~Chief Seattle

We don't have souls. We ARE souls. We have bodies.
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3/26/12 10:03 P

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Thank you everyone!! I am full of questions and I can't wait to reach that feeling/lifestyle where I have energy and a good balance. I just ordered the book on Atkins and the new Cookbook so I'm excited for those. I also bought a 2004 version of a Atkins shopping guide.

- So everyone tells me to stay away from the Atkins foods/treats. Though I have to be honest, the treat bars are the one treat I give myself right before a workout. Are their other non meat options that I could indulge in since Atkins foods are not so good?

- Are brats ok to eat??

-Has anyone else read or looked at the starter kit and seen all the errors? One says eggs are .4 cars, other things say they are 0. I am getting 3 different stories, all from Atkins.

-I'm excited to try coconut oil, where do I find it?? I think Trader Joe's has it but I've never used it. Today I had rib roast for lunch and I put butter on it, I never thought I'd eat so much butter but it was wonderful!!

One last question of the night, I haven't figured out my dream balance yet and I find myself tired a lot. I drink 16+oz of coffee a day, is that stopping my progress???


I am only in the induction stage so any and all advice you all have from your experience will help me greatly. I'm really going to stick to the food list that the starter kit has paved for me though I can't promise to be perfect.


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You've gotten great advice from the others, don't think there's anything I can add to it. Good luck to you and glad you have joined us.

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You may be able to get some of the different low carb books at the library. I often check out cook books or books about running.

Tell us more about your personal goals, it may help us to give the right advice.

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Already some good advice on board, here. But here's your first personalized adaptation: we warned you it would come! LOL Now you need to start tweaking and correcting for your own unique metabolism. The first thing is that you already recognize some places where you've gone astray. That's good. You can address those things. You WILL continue to crave carbs, at least until you've got your body expecting fats and protein. Depending on how much of a "carb junkie" you've been (I was terrible, and still am about some things), it may take a while to get over that part. Different for each of us. The good part is that you will recognize it as a craving ... it isn't the "hunger" that you perceived in the past. You can resist appetite.

As for your questions...

If you're still hungry after breakfast, load up on more protein and fat. One recommendation I saw was to eat 50g (!) of protein for breakfast! omg I can't do it. But if you're a b'fast person (and it sounds like you are), don't be afraid to increase your intake. I've heard some people say they eat four or five eggs! If you satiate your hunger then, you shouldn't be hungry later on. Fats are the biggest allies in that battle. Nevermind your "side of bacon". Eat more bacon! I'm a bit leery of sausage, etc, simply because of how processed it is ... but I haven't seen many plans restrict it, so if you like, eat! I love slices of leftover steak or chicken with my breakfasts, when I can eat that much. Pan-fried leftover steak is awesome (and avoids the "processed" issue entirely).

Sugar-free desserts and drinks are fine, so long as the sweetener is Splenda™. This advice comes to me from my endocrinologist, who approves ONLY that brand. I don't know his reasoning, but I like Splenda™, so it's fine with me. Most of his patients are diabetic, so it must be okay at some level.

I'm also extremely leery of anything soy. In addition to others' remarks, soy binds minerals and other micronutrients, so even though you may be taking in the required amounts, they're not getting metabolized because the soy is sequestering them. Soy is one of those GMO foods - I don't remember now, but I think I read it's #1 or #2 on that list. (Corn is probably #1) Stay away from soy in all its forms if you can.

Chicken is fine as a snack. So is jerky. Pork rinds or cracklins. Hard-boiled eggs. Bacon! LOL I love carrots, and even though they are "iffy" on some plans, I do snack on the little minis. Celery stix are great - you can use them as "dippers" for nut butters (no peanut), meat spreads or salads (or egg salad, for that matter). I also love the frozen pre-cooked shrimp. They're easy to pull out a handful and defrost in a cup of water. Fish is a great choice - the only suggestion here is to buy wild-caught, not farmed. The farmed fish are kept in such filthy conditions, and then fed grain AND SOY, they're not your best choices. There's lots of wild-caught fish available now, even in standard groceries. Aim for that.

ALISHAB is right on target with the coconut oil! I love the stuff. There are many brands. Mine is "virgin" and cold or expeller-pressed, which is best. The nice thing is you can use it for EVERYthing - cooking, condiment, emollient, conditioner ... I can't think of a place I don't use it! The different brands have different levels of taste and aroma. Mine is very mildly coconut. Some are stronger. I've heard some have no aroma or taste at all. Depends on personal preference.

I also second her on the legumes. Beans have been touted as exceptionally healthy and good replacements for meat ... but they're basically starchy veggies, and you know starch = carbs. Our doctor has us sworn off any legumes altogether for exactly that reason. He goes so far as to frown upon snap/string beans, because of the little beans! yeesh I digress from the recommendation on that, at least. But I do stay away from other beans in the same way I stay away from grains.

Exercise is great for the body toning and good feeling it gives you. Endorphins! hehe But so far as weight loss, studies have shown that it really doesn't affect that too much. On a personal note, I CAN'T exercise. The weight I've lost has been wholly due to diet. This isn't to say I wouldn't LIKE to exercise! I was active all my younger and middle years. I miss it. But I'm lucky to get through even basic activity now - so don't stress on the exercise. In fact, some of the Primal / Paleo promoters say not to do too much, beyond normal moving around and lifting. Walking and carrying and the occasional sprint.

I second the encouragement to not give up on low carb. You already know it's not working optimally because you're not strict enough in following it. It does and will work for you - honest! There are absolutely other low-carb diets out there. The reason I think Atkins gets a lot of recommendations is that it seems to be the one most newcomers are best able to understand, adopt, and follow. Until you have a better handle on what it's all about, you really do need a structured plan to guide you. As you've seen! The "New Atkins" may be better for you. Check it out.

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Edited by: EXOTEC at: 3/26/2012 (12:13)
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We don't have souls. We ARE souls. We have bodies.
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You have received some good advice already. Atkins is a great plan for many people but if you are unable to stick with it don't give up low carb. There are many healthy low carb diets that allow more carbs. You well know that 300 is too much though. LOL.

Exercise is important. I consider it essential and as ladies age it becomes almost required for weight loss. But everyone should be doing cardio and strength training.

At least on Atkins you get 3 cups of veggies a day in the form of greens or low glycemic veggies. Plans like South Beach encourage more, like 4.5 cups but they still come in most of the time in what I consider a healthy carb range - below 150 net carbs.

When you cut back on carbs fat naturally goes up. Don't fear fat or protein. They both keep you satisfied.

Fish is a great protein but due to contamination it should be consumed with caution. A couple of time a week is enough.

I'm not a big fan of soy, especially in older women. It mimics estrogen and thus causes all the problems associated with it. It can increase you risk of breast cancer so if you use it consume it with moderation.

I'm okay with egg whites if you like them but the yolks won't hurt you if you like them too. I eat egg whites because I don't like yolks and to increase my protein.

Turkey sausage, pork sausage, or even beef sausage would be a better choice than soy as this will count toward your 20gms net carbs a day.

Regarding the jello - check the ingredients. No aspartame (Nutrasweet, Equal, or it's generic equivalent) allowed. Nothing ending in ose. You can have up to 3 packets of Splenda (sucralose) or other artificial sweetener like saccharin (Sweet N Low or it's generic equivalent, malitol, cyclamate, acesulfame) . They do contain carbs which have to be added to your daily count. Atkins preferred Splenda.

If you still are hungry with breakfast eat more protein and fat. 2 whole eggs is often not enough depending on your weight.

I recommend that all snacks contain protein. Chicken is great.

Caveman diet/paleo/primal is somewhat different than Atkins though they are great diets too.

Edited by: MORTICIAADDAMS at: 3/26/2012 (19:25)
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-My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four; unless there are three other people. - Orson Welles
-The food here is terrible, and the portions are too small. - Woody Allen

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If you aren't already listening to Jimmy Moore's podcast I highly recommend it.

1. Don't worry about the fat grams. The most successful low carbers eat fat liberally. That is the main source of our calories. A stir fry with low carb veggies made with butter and coconut oil is super tasty and filling. Thats the cool part about low carb, eat until you are full! I like a mixture of sugar snap peas.

2. Don't eat a ton of soy. It is a goitregen (spl?) . It interferes with your thyroid and ultimately will make you fat.

3. Fish is good, but you don't have to go over board on the protein. Be sure to eat veggies!

4. If you are still craving something at breakfast then you probably need more fat in your breakfast. Coconut oil (I like the Spectrum brand organic, refined) works wonder for your satiety (feeling full) after a meal.)

5. Atkins is not necessarily a paleo (caveman) style diet. Paleo can be low carb but it doesn't have to be low carb.

6. You can eat sugar free jello if you want. I don't personally care for the sugar alcohols. Some people don't do well with those.

7. Chicken is a perfectly good snack. Very tasty!

I personally found that if I didn't get at least 45 net carbs I didn't lose any weight. If you try the coconut oil, start slow, with 1 tbsp. in the morning. It will make you toasty and warm!

From what I remember of induction (if you decide to go that way.) is that its primarily simple: 20 grams of carb/day. No fruit, grains, sugars, nuts, legumes, I recommend focusing on low carb veggies and fats. Those are your friends. My favorite drinks are water and herbal tea (hot or cold with a little lemon juice.)

Here is a link to the Atkins website.:

www.atkins.com/Program/Phase-1/How-t
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Ok, so I started my weight loss plan for the 2nd time in my life on Jan, 1st. I lost 40lbs in 2008 and I was so proud of myself, until I was laid off. Then you couldn't stop me from eating everything, and working out never. Long story short, I gained most of it back again, at least 20lbs. So I was doing everything that was working for me all those years ago, and I noticed it wasn't working. I was tracking everything from day one on here, food, workouts, everything. I then joined the Y on Feb 15th. I would only stick with cardio because I was afraid of the strength exercise. I grew a pair and I was taught how to use the strength training machines and I've seen a difference in my body, strength wise.

So, for a long time there, I was trying to do my veg heavy diet and I found out that I was taking in over 300g of carbs A DAY!!! You think you're doing good but was I wrong! Then I was talking with my sister for advice on going low carb. She told me to eat a whole bunch of celery because its going to keep me full all day and there are no carbs... She tells me eat this, eat that, I wasn't losing. She then tells me that she's on a personalized metabolic diet that's specific to her. So now I am starting the Atkins diet for the 3rd time. I was doing low carb, I just wasn't following the rules as tightly as I should have. So here I am, and now questions!!

- I thought that I was eating too much fat because I am still stuck on the old ways of dieting. So I thought that if I stuck with fish and soy that I'd be doing myself a favor, wrong! I had another bad idea to go along with the soy and fish to go with All Whites and soy sausage for breakfast I only lost 1lb last week vs. the 3lb I had been. Did the fish and soy combo knock me off of my game??

- Induction is strickt strickt, can I have sugar free jell-o??

- I still find myself craving carbs, especially with breakfast because I do eggs and bacon and I'm waiting for the pancakes I think. I make eggs with spinach, mushrooms, cheese, and a side of bacon and I find myself still hungry at breakfast, any advice?

- Can chicken be a snack?

- I should think of Atkins/low carb as a caveman diet, only eat what he would eat?

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