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Old 11-10-2013, 12:26 PM   #361
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Shelly, how awesome that you're inspiring others and causing them to make good changes in their lives! You should be very proud! And...... yeah, getting to say "I Told You So" is always nice too! LOL
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Old 11-10-2013, 12:54 PM   #363
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Getting back to basics tomorrow! Again! I'm Praying that if I can get back on Strict induction i'll start losing again and Keep it instead of the Up and Down!
My Aunt that gave me Such a hard time when I first started LC told me today that my Uncle is starting LC! His Doctor recommended it due to his high blood pressure and weight!! Told her i'd help in any way I could. But Really wanted to rub it in that I wasn't so crazy after all huh Auntie!?
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:27 PM   #364
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melmis99: Your down trend is the goal. Post a menu or two so we can see what you are eating and may make a suggestion or two.

In the beginning I was drinking way too much water and my TOM just ended Saturday. I was pretty close to 180 to 200 oz per day. Also some meals I was getting too full. I have to understand a little better how these vegetable adds to omelets, etc, really fill me up. I am going to work on portion control as well. I tend to grab snacks on the fly that could be adding up too.

A sample menu:

Breakfast:
2 egg omelet w/ 1 tbsp on whipping cream
1/2c broccoli
1/2c mushrooms
or
3 eggs with spinash

Snack:
1c. fresh Broccolli with french onion dip

Lunch:
Serving of Crack Slaw
or
Salad with serving of meat w/ blue cheese dressing

Snack:
3oz of summer sausage
1oz of cheddar cheese

Dinner:
Ribeye
Broccolli steamed with cheese
or Bratwurst wrapped in lettuce w/ side of broccolli.

As you can see, my go to veggies are mushrooms and broccoli. Could this be an issue?

Can I be overeating and need to watch my calories?
I am in induction. I have hard time getting my 15 carbs of veggies so I thought I was doing a good thing by loading up. Will consider this starting now and see how it works out. I will also slow down on the summer sausage/brats.
Thanks for the advice.
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:45 PM   #365
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It all looks pretty good. You are not over eating. Eat till full, do not count calories at all the first two weeks. This diet is about eating not starving, so eat eat eat. Some of the other guys may chime in on suggestions now also. The french onion dip can hide sugar be careful, and just read all the nutritional information on everything you eat. It is safer to not eat it if you do not know, unless you are in a bind then just eat your best option. Good luck and it will come off. The first time I did this WOE I barely lost in the first two weeks, then start of the third week it just started falling off. I was only doing a little exercise, walking and a little stationary biking. Keep the faith it will happen.
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Thanks KempMuhlBauer. Anytime I have dieted in the past, it really comes off fast so I was expecting the same with this. BUT its only been 10 days so will keep at it. I am finding this lifestyle easier than expected except when I have to make the fam some rice or french fries. Even grabbed one out of habit, had it going into my mouth and had a WTH moment?!?!
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I don't think I have been drinking enough water, with the colder weather don't feel thirsty.

Well here is my day, picked and clean the last of the Brussels sprouts, Kale and leeks...most go to our customers but some for our freezer..made some baked apples...great with roasted meats guys...no added sugars needed just some fresh nutmeg and cinnamon..we also roasted the last of our squash and bagged for the freezer..my husband an the boys worked on the oven starting to look great. So another busy day...the hose is in a mess so laundry and cleaning tomorrow..I'm exhausted have a great night all.

Shelly I think I'll join you with induction tomorrow..,
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Old 11-10-2013, 02:37 PM   #368
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It is a great plan, only counting the carbs makes this easy. I count calories on a tracking web site .week 2 just so i can make sure i eat enough. If this is your very first time keep coming back here for advice there is a lot of knowledge on this page.
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Shelly: Everyone comes around eventually when they see our results. Good luck with the strict induction. It will be a breeze.

Trini: I love brussle spouts big time. Roasted on my bbq pit...Oh so good. But they are super high in carbs so I cannot eat them till way later. One carb per sprout adds up really quick. Seeing as I can eat a ton of them. Good luck with the strict induction I am here to support you two guys.
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Shelly, way to be a role model!

Trini, your apples and veggies sound yummy! I too will spend tomorrow doing laundry and housework. Nice that I had a 3 day weekend.

We went to the casino and had a great time. I found some yummy LC choices at their Epic Buffet. I had prime rib, pork baked with sauerkraut, collard greens cooked with bacon and roasted chicken. They also had a variety of SF desserts so I had a small cup of jello and a strawberry mousse. I ate too much so plan to skip dinner. Hubby and I were quite lucky too and came home with more than we left with!

This week at work we are having a chili cook off so tomorrow I have to make a huge batch of chili. I hope to also cook a pot roast or pork loin for my lunches this week.

Hope everyone has a great night! Keep up the great effort everyone!
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It is a great plan, only counting the carbs makes this easy. I count calories on a tracking web site .week 2 just so i can make sure i eat enough. If this is your very first time keep coming back here for advice there is a lot of knowledge on this page.
Can you please shoot me a PM on the website you use to track? I would PM you but haven't figured it out yet.
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THE PROGRAM: PHASE 1
What You Can Eat in this Phase

Most fish, poultry and meat don't contain carbs so you can feel free to enjoy them, but be sure you're also getting your 12 to 15 grams of net carbs in vegetables as well.


All fish including:
Flounder
Herring
Salmon
Sardines
Sole
Tuna
Trout
Cod
Halibut
All fowl including:
Cornish hen
Chicken
Duck
Goose
Pheasant
Quail
Turkey
Ostrich
All shellfish including:
Clams
Crabmeat
Mussels*
Oysters*
Shrimp
Squid
Lobster
*Oysters and mussels are higher in carbs so limit to about 4 ounces per day.

All meat including:
Bacon*
Beef
Ham*
Lamb
Pork
Veal
Venison
Some processed meat, bacon, and ham is cured with sugar, which will add to the carb count. Also steer clear of cold cuts and other meats with added nitrates.

Eggs are one of nature's most nutritious creations. That’s why eggs are a staple breakfast in the Atkins Nutritional Approach.

Feel free to get creative with your eggs: Add mushrooms and onions, or even green pepper. Top the dish off with feta cheese or add basil, oregano and other herbs.

Eggs in any style, including:
Deviled
Fried
Hard-boiled
Omelets
Poached
Scrambled
Soft-boiled
Keep in mind that cheese does contain carbs, about 1 gram per ounce. You may have about 3 to 4 ounces of cheese per day. An ounce is about the size of an individually wrapped slice of American cheese or a 1" cube.

Cheese including:

Type
Serving Size
Grams of net carbs
Blue cheeses 2 T 0.4
Cheddar 1 oz 0.4
Cow, sheep and goat 1 oz 0.3
Cream cheese 2 T 0.8
Feta 1 oz 1.2
Gouda 1 oz 0.6
Mozzarella 1 oz 0.6
Parmesan 1 oz 0.9
Swiss 1 oz 1.0
Vegetables:

You should be eating approximately 12 to 15 grams of net carbs per day in the form of vegetables, which is equivalent to several cups depending on the actual carb content of the veggies you select.
1 cup is roughly the size of a baseball. Measure the following salad vegetables raw.

Vegetable Serving Size/Prep grams of net carbs
Alfalfa sprouts ½ cup/raw 0.2
Arugula 1 cup/raw 0.4
Bok choy 1 cup/raw 0.4
Celery 1 stalk 0.8
Chicory greens ½ cup/raw 0.1
Chives 1 tablespoon 0.1
Cucumber ½ cup 1.0
Daikon ½ cup 1.0
Endive ½ cup 0.4
Escarole ½ cup 0.1
Fennel ½ cup 1.8
Jicama ½ cup 2.5
Iceberg lettuce 1 cup 0.2
Mushrooms ½ cup 1.2
Parsley 1 tablespoon 0.1
Peppers ½ cup/raw 2.3
Radicchio ½ cup/raw 0.7
Radishes 6/raw 0.5
Romaine lettuce 1 cup 0.4
The following vegetables are slightly higher in carbs than the salad vegetables listed above. They also provide important nutrients and add variety to your daily foods. Make sure you stay within the 12-15 grams of net carbs. Unless otherwise noted, measure these veggies after you cook them.

Vegetable Serving Size/ Prep Net Carbs
Artichoke 1/2 medium 3.5
Asparagus 6 spears 2.4
Artichoke hearts 1 canned 1.0
Avocados ½ whole (raw) 1.8
Bamboo shoots ½ cup 1.2
Broccoli ½ cup 1.7
Broccoli raw ½ cup 0.8
Broccoli rabe ½ cup 2.0
Broccoflower ½ cup 2.3
Brussels sprouts ¼ cup 1.8
Cabbage ½ cup (raw) 1.6
Cauliflower ½ cup (raw) 1.4
Swiss chard ½ cup 1.8
Collard greens ½ cup boiled 2.0
Eggplant ½ cup 2.0
Green String Beans 1 cup 4.1
Hearts of palm 1 heart 0.7
Kale ½ cup 2.4
Kohlrabi ¼ cup 2.3
Leeks ½ cup 3.4
Okra ½ cup 2.4
Olives green 5 0.1
Olives black 5 0.7
Onion ¼ cup 4.3
Pumpkin ¼ cup 2.4
Rhubarb ½ cup (unsweetened) 1.7
Sauerkraut ½ cup (drained) 1.2
Snow peas and snap peas in pod ½ cup with pods 3.4
Spaghetti squash ¼ cup boiled 2.0
Spinach ½ cup 2.2
Summer squash ½ cup 2.6
Tomato ¼ cup 4.3
Turnips ½ cup 3.3
Water chestnuts ¼ cup (canned) 3.5
Zucchini ½ cup 1.5
Salad Garnishes

Crumbled bacon 3 slices 0.0
Hard-boiled egg 1 egg 0.5
Grated cheeses (see above carb counts)
Sautéed mushrooms ½ cup 1.0
Sour cream 2 tbs 1.2
Herbs and Spices (make sure they contain no added sugar)

Basil 1 tbs 0.0
Cayenne pepper 1 tbs 0.0
Cilantro 1 tbs 0.0
Dill 1 tbs 0.0
Garlic 1 clove 0.9
Ginger 1 tbs sliced root 0.8
Oregano 1 tbs 0.0
Pepper 1 tbs 0.0
Rosemary 1 tbs 0.0
Sage 1 tbs 0.0
Tarragon 1 tbs 0.0
Salad Dressings - Any prepared salad dressing with no added sugar and no more then 2 grams of net carbs per serving (1-2 tablespoons) is acceptable. Or make your own.

Blue cheese 2 tbs 2.3
Caesar 2 tbs 0.5
Italian 2 tbs 3.0
Lemon juice 2 tbs 2.8
Lime juice 2 tbs 2.8
Oil and vinegar 2 tbs 1.0
Ranch 2 tbs 1.4
Fats and Oils

There are no carbs here, but keep in mind that the serving size is approximately 1 tablespoon.
Butter
Mayonnaise – make sure it has no added sugar
Olive oil
Vegetable oils – Those labeled “cold pressed” or “expeller pressed” are especially good and olive oil is one of the best.
Canola*
Walnut
Soybean*
Grape seed*
Sesame
Sunflower*
Safflower*
*Do not allow any oils to reach overly high temperatures when cooking. Use olive oil for sautéing only. Use walnut or sesame oil to dress cooked veggies or salad, but not for cooking.

Artificial Sweeteners
Splenda – one packet equals 1 gram of net carbs
Beverages
Clear broth/ bouillon (make sure it has no sugars added)
Club soda
Cream, heavy or light.
Decaffeinated or regular coffee and tea*
Diet soda (be sure to note the carb count)
Flavored seltzer (must say no calories)
Herb tea (without added barley or fruit sugar added)
Unflavored soy/almond milk
Water – at least eight 8-ounce glasses per day including...
Filtered water
Mineral water
Spring water
Tap water
* One to two cups of caffeinated tea or coffee is allowed as desired and tolerated by each individual. If you experience symptoms of hypoglycemia or cravings as a result, do not use caffeine. If you have a true caffeine addiction, it is best to break the habit during the induction phase.
* Limit lemon and lime juices to 3 T per day
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That's great info mycattaz, but does it does depend on which version you're doing. On Atkins 72, vegetables are limited to 2 cups of lettuce each day and doesn't include any of the others until later on. And in 72, you count your whole carbs, not net carbs. So it just depends on which version you're doing.
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Ha-ha, that made me laugh! One night I'm watching it with my junk food and Bob Harper looks right in the camera and says "You there, yeah, I see you. Get off the couch and stop eating those chips." OMG, I just about s**t myself!
Phew! When he said that, I thought he was talking to me! So glad he was talking to you!
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One of my Husbands cousins is LC now too. She does Not need to lose any weight But she has Severe Horrible migraines! The specialist put her on a gluten free LC woe. So i've tried to give her some ideas on foods etc. Hopefully she'll stick with it and it'll help her.
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Welcome Chantyl!

Melmis I am guessing you are doing the new Atkins Induction?

Mycattaz - are you starting Induction?

I started full on Atkins 72 Induction today after my blow up with Butternut. I just find the original easier for me. I am never hungry anyway and don't miss the veggies.

Shelly and Trini which Atkins Induction are you going to start tomorrow?

Here's the one week 72 Induction - refresher for anyone needing it:
Double the daily minimum multivitamin requirement with at least 800 units Vit E, 1000mg Vit C, double the recommended Vit B complex. He says not to go over recommended dosage for vit D and Vit A. He also says to take in additional calcium if you experience leg cramps and extra potassium for fatigue, and salt for weakness from rapid weight loss.

Basically you take in 0 carbs during Induction. No veggies with the exception of the allowed salad.

Meat: Steaks, Corned beef, Lamb chops, tongue, Hamburgers, Bacon, Any kind of meat in any quantity—except meat with fillers such as sausage, hot dogs, meatballs, most packaged “cold cuts”
Fowl: Duckling, Turkey, Chicken, Anything with wings, No stuffing
Desserts: Gelatin with artificial sweeteners (e.g., D-Zerta )
Condiments: Salt, pepper, mustard, horseradish, vinegar, vanilla, and other extracts; artificial sweeteners; any dry powdered spice that contains no sugar
Drinks: Water, Mineral water, Vichy, Club soda; Beef or Chicken broth, bouillon; Sugar free diet soda; coffee*, tea, decaffeinated coffee
---------*Special note on caffeine and Diet Cola. Because most heavy people have some hypoglycemia, coffee, which contains caffeine, should be limited to six servings a day (cups). If you know you have low blood sugar, better limit it to three.
Fish: All fish, including canned salmon, tuna; any kind of seafood, including oil-packed and smoked, except oysters, clams, muscles, scallops, and pickled fish
Eggs: Boiled, fried, scrambled, poached, omelet – any style and without limitations
Salads: Two small green salads a day (each less than one cupful, loosely packed) made only of leafy greens, celery, or cucumbers and radishes. Dressings with vinegar, oil, salt, dry spices, herbs, grated cheese, or anchovies. Or else a sour pickle in place of a salad. Plus… green olives.
Butter & Mayonnaise Fats: Butter, margarine, oils, shortening, lard & mayonnaise.
Juice: Juice of one lemon or lime
Cheese: Four ounces a day of any hard aged cheese. No cream cheese or cheese spreads.
Heavy Cream: Four teaspoons a day. (Cream has less carbohydrate than milk – so don’t use milk)
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missydee I go by DANDR induction. Bacon, eggs, lc veggies etc..
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I guess I am on atkins 72 and did not even know it. I eat no veggies at all except spinach maybe once a week and just added a half avocado twice a week. As in just ate one and it was delicious!!!
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haha BulldogMom........... I bet he got millions with that!! Too funny!
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Mycattaz - are you starting Induction?

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no but still doing around 20 carbs a day....
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Old 11-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #389
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That's great info mycattaz, but does it does depend on which version you're doing. On Atkins 72, vegetables are limited to 2 cups of lettuce each day and doesn't include any of the others until later on. And in 72, you count your whole carbs, not net carbs. So it just depends on which version you're doing.
Yes very true... the 72 version is only 1 cup of lettus 2 times a day.... and after two week you start adding in more carbs.... that is the way me and dh did it...
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I am doing DANDR as well,
How does DANDR induction differ from regular Atkins induction?

Can someone please post a sample DANDR daily menu.

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