The Atkins diet, officially called the Atkins Nutritional Approach, is a high-protein, high-fat and very low-carbohydrate, low-sugar regimen created by diet pioneer Robert Atkins. It is a form of ketogenic diet.
Seeds, nuts, platters of fish, a lobster in drawn butter, well-seasoned fish, turkey and duck, juicy steak.
Vegetables, fresh green salads, berries topped with whipped cream, cheeses, potatoes, melon, slices of peaches and plums and so on.
This is a picture of the food you’ll be eating after you’ve lost your extra pounds and have reached the Lifetime Maintenance phase of the Atkins Approach.
Your skin is glowing with health, you are full of energy, and you don’t worry about weight loss anymore.
This is obvious win-win situation for you. The pleasure of eating and the promise of being healthier than before.
„How could anything be so perfect?” you might ask.
My answer: look through this Website, read Atkins diet book, start Induction and you will see the results!
The Atkins Diet has become popular for its unique approach of promoting weight loss while allowing people to eat different, tasty low-carb foods.
For breakfast, I eat a cheese omelet, or bacon and eggs, or vegetables with blue cheese. Lunch can be tuna fish or chicken with a sumptuous salad. Snacks – olives, asparagus spears. I put my greatest amount of energy and attention into dinner. I am enjoying a meal of guacamole and strips of chicken, steak or chicken soup.
Let's take a quick look at some of the things that the Atkins Nutritional Approach as a lifestyle change can do for you: