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Atkins (no Carb) Diet?

Atkins (no Carb) Diet?

Postby Liberio » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:06 am

atkins is not a no-carb diet...its a low carb diet.
check out www.atkins.com
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Postby Devyn » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:09 am

It gave the local Curves owner kidney stones, so judge for yourself. Fruits are loaded with (good) carbs, but they are essential!!! Eating just meat and some veggies won't get you through the day in terms of energy.
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Postby Elliston » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:12 am

Atkins (no card) diet. Is a great diet. I did try the diet for 2 months and I lost 10 kgs. I find that if I did a work out I lost weight. I had to drink a fibre drink to help me go to the loo. And keep me on track when I got my female things. My parter love the diet because in the first few weeks he notice that I lost weight in the face and around the neck. But one thing, all diet have different result on different people.
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Postby Whitelaw » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:13 am

I suggest you give South Beach Diet a try.
The first two weeks of the Atkins and South Beach are the same.
They both restrict carbs during Phase One.
The South Beach Diet limits the amount of carbs you can have just like Atkins but encourages healthier choices of proteins and then helps you to gradually bring the carbs back into your diet as you get closer to your goal.
It also helps you to figure out which carbs are the ones that give you trouble.
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Postby Bayne » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:14 am

It's more like yo-yo dieting. Carbs are really essential to our body, we need atleast 500 carbs every day for our brain to function properly. Low carbohydrates and high fat content is generally bad for the body in the long run but you can easily shed quite a few pounds quickly with this diet however once you go back to your normal diet you would gain it back once again. You should probably check the link atkinsexposed.org out for ore details.
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Postby Fibh » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:18 am

There are three main ways to lose weight quickly.

1) Use only water as liquid and eliminate all other liquid drinks from your diet. You must drink as much water as possible every day. You must drink about half of your weight. If you have weight of 200 pounds then you must drink about 100 oz of water.

2) The interval between the eating is very important. If you eat once, then you must eat next after 4 hours. You must take breakfast regularly. In the night eat your food three hours before going to bed.

3) Walking is very good. You must walk as much as you can. Walk everywhere you can. Use of elevators and escalators must be reduced and instead of these you must climb stairs more often.

These are some of the fastest ways to lose weight. By just following the simple steps, you can lose your weight very quickly. You must consult your doctor if want to change your diet or exercise routine. https://tinyurl.im/aHO5v
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Postby Jerett » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:19 am

I tried it once.
I was so sick of meat and cheese.
All I wanted was a piece of fruit or ice cream or cereal.

Try moderation.
No carbs after 3:00

Exercise, Drink lots of water.
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Postby Edward » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:25 am

Glucose (sugar) is necessary for the brain to function properly.
Humans can make glucose from proteins, but not from fats, so if you have a lot of fat intake and hardly any carbs (which are really just chains of glucose) or glucogenic proteins (proteins that can be made into glucose), then sooner or later your brain will start running on other sources of fuel that aren't as good for it.
In essence, your brain reacts to the Atkins diet in the same way it would react to a fast.
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Postby Kye » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:27 am

The diet is too much to handle becaue you're making yourself uncomfortable. If you make yourself uncomfortable with dramatic lifestyle changes, you wont stick with it. I think what will work best for you is one or two small changes at a time. That is how a lot of people do it. My mom used to be big as the side of the house and she started with small changes. First she gave up candy bars and after a week or so she gave up cheese burgers then after another week or so she started walking a little bit.... and just gradually keep adding those small changes. Shes fit now.

I think you could benefit a lot with some nutrition or fitness coaching. Most people need that because they want to change and have all the drive to do it and stick with it, but just don't know what to do or how to start.

Small changes make all the difference. I don't know what you do all day but one small change could be to just start taking stairs instead of an elevator... or if you have whole milk with your cearal, switch to skim or 2% just things like that. Or, if you eat breakfast as school, instead of having the biscuits and gravy, have fruit and oatmeal or whatever else is available that's a better choice. Or stop having ketchup with your French fries (its all sugar). It really does work.

I've spent lots of money on diet clinics and stuff that use drugs or put you on a really strict diet and the results never lasted because it was just too dramatic and I went back to the same bad habits. The only things that ever let to lasting resuts was the small changes that I stuck with... like parking far away from buildings and walking through the parking lot rather than parking as close to the door as I could... I've even joined extreme fitness classes like crossifr and never stayed with them because it was just too much all at once.

One thing you can do that you wont really notice is don't eat everything on your plate... leave like 20% of it. At the end of the month, all that food really adds up.
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