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Old 01-18-2013, 05:28 PM   #31
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snack wise:

dried courgette crisps
baked kelp chips
cauliflower poppers
hot dog slices (I use quorn vegetarian hot dogs - check carbs on any brand)
mims both sweet and savoury.
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:37 AM   #32
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Some of my fave snacks:

pork rinds (they NEVER stall me or make me gain! I eat a ton 0 carbs
2-3 pieces of sugar-free hersheys choc. mini bars or York peppermint patties 1 net carb
deep fried chicken wings (BW3s "naked wings")0 carbs
cheesecake muffins (recipe on this website and so yummy!) 1 carb
Atkins "milksahke" (I add HWC and ice!)

These are just a few things that work for me, personally when I have a "salty" or "sweet" tooth. Kills it every time. Of course, some people say sugar alcohols (in the candy) cause them to stall, but they don't hurt me at all. In fact, they help keep me "regular" ahem...lol
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Old 07-09-2013, 07:47 PM   #33
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Ummm I thought you couldn't eat anything but protein on Induction or am I wrong? So no veggies, cheese, pickles, olives etc. Now I'm lost what has changed from the last time I used Atkins to lose?
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Old 07-09-2013, 08:40 PM   #34
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:17 PM   #35
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Ummm I thought you couldn't eat anything but protein on Induction or am I wrong? So no veggies, cheese, pickles, olives etc. Now I'm lost what has changed from the last time I used Atkins to lose?
You can eat 20 carbs on induction which comes from veggies. Here is a link to the newbie area of the site. (A Beginner's Guide To Low Carbing) If you do not have the book I suggest reading there. There is a food list that can help you as well as several other tools and articles..

A Beginner's Guide To Low Carbing

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Old 07-09-2013, 09:20 PM   #36
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Make sure you watch your sodium intake if you go with processed meats. And then comes the carbs with them. Easier just to go with unprocessed to see better results.

And then there's the limit for cream cheese/sour cream etc

I recently tried cream cheese muffins. They're delicious little cheesecake tasting morsels.

2 8 oz packs of cream cheese
1/2 cup Splenda, I used 1/4 which is great for me
2 eggs
1 tbsp vanilla extract

Bake at 350 for 20 min

Let cream cheese soften, mix well and makes 12 muffins
Use muffin papers

I calculated 1.5oz cream cheese, 1 tsp Splenda @ 2.5 carbs each roughly. Couldn't break down eggs that small
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:21 AM   #37
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Ummm I thought you couldn't eat anything but protein on Induction or am I wrong? So no veggies, cheese, pickles, olives etc. Now I'm lost what has changed from the last time I used Atkins to lose?
Atkins has never been "no carb" though. Even the original 1972 version allowed for salad veggies (maybe others, I haven't read it in a while) and he even recommended baconette brand pork rinds back then.
When he became popular again in the late 1990's, whenever he was allowed to show foods on his tv interview (other than the usual bacon cheeseburger without the bun!), he'd show meals like bacon and eggs with sliced tomatoes for breakfast; chicken (or a cheeseburger patty) over a green salad for lunch and salmon with asparagus and salad for dinner; with snacks like pork rinds with cream cheese.
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Atkins has never been "no carb" though. Even the original 1972 version allowed for salad veggies (maybe others, I haven't read it in a while) and he even recommended baconette brand pork rinds back then.
When he became popular again in the late 1990's, whenever he was allowed to show foods on his tv interview (other than the usual bacon cheeseburger without the bun!), he'd show meals like bacon and eggs with sliced tomatoes for breakfast; chicken (or a cheeseburger patty) over a green salad for lunch and salmon with asparagus and salad for dinner; with snacks like pork rinds with cream cheese.
Thanks for posting this info, Dottie. 9 years into this WOE and I STILL get asked "do you eat ANY carbs?" um yes. Everything has carbs, some lower than others.
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Lots of GREAT ideas, thanks for posting!!!
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Old 10-20-2013, 04:00 PM   #42
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Make sure you watch your sodium intake if you go with processed meats. And then comes the carbs with them. Easier just to go with unprocessed to see better results.

And then there's the limit for cream cheese/sour cream etc

I recently tried cream cheese muffins. They're delicious little cheesecake tasting morsels.

2 8 oz packs of cream cheese
1/2 cup Splenda, I used 1/4 which is great for me
2 eggs
1 tbsp vanilla extract

Bake at 350 for 20 min

Let cream cheese soften, mix well and makes 12 muffins
Use muffin papers

I calculated 1.5oz cream cheese, 1 tsp Splenda @ 2.5 carbs each roughly. Couldn't break down eggs that small
oooo that sounds yummy! Thx!!
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:18 PM   #43
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all these ideas.... great... going to make the cream cheese muffins.. they sound
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Old thread with some good info.... I shop this weekend
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cut up chicken fingers n ranch
kroger carbmaster yogurt
coffee with sugar free hot cocoa mix stirred in
cheddar cheese cubes or sticks
hardboiled eggs
deviled eggs----> my current fave
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oh and garlic pickles! Boar's Head!
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:33 AM   #47
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Love this thread! Exactly what I was looking for. I copied it and sent it to my Kindle to read later tonight, and every night when I wonder what I can snack on. Though these snacks were meals in themselves. Thanks!
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What a great thread... I'm just starting (today) and learned so much. Personally I'm trying not to eat much processed so I'm trying to find balance. Learned a lot and will try many suggestions here...
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I make my own Beef Jerky ....I really feel like and idiot for not doing it a long time ago anyhow .....It's not hard, not expensive and not high in sodium since you are making it.

The Walmart in this little hillbilly town of mine in Southern Louisiana has an unbelievable selection of very thinly cut beef. The one I have the most luck with is called Milanesa and it has very little fat or marbling which is important when making jerky because fat does not dehydrate well or at all in most cases.

This beef I get is already very thin so I just cut the slabs into strips then put all of it in a gallon sized freezer bag with a marinade made with 1/3 cup of liquid smoke and 1/4 cup of soy sauce, then into the dehydrator over night then I divide the finished product into 1 oz baggies and using them for snacks throughout the day keep me on track.
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wowww thank God i found this thread.

Love the ideas, thank you all for being there
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