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Low Carb Diet eBook: Over 300 Healthy Recipes

Low Carb Diet eBook: Over 300 Healthy Recipes
tom atkins

let us make you an EXPERT in the kitchen with our easy to make
low carb recipes.

You don’t have to be a trained chef to create gourmet dishes.
Our easy to follow directions will make you an expert culinary
aficionado. Our ingredients are carefully researched both for
taste and for their health effects. We have worked around the
clock to find ingredients and develop recipes that taste great
and are good for you! Don’t let the enticement of forbidden
culinary delights play havoc with your health. Whatever you love
and yet must stay clear of, we have delicious alternatives for
you. All of the following recipes have a carb count of no more
than 50 carbs per serving (at the highest) . In fact everything
here has been created so that it falls between 2-50 carbs per
serving.

In the following pages you will find over 300 of the most
complete and delicious low carb recipies anywhere. We found
scrumptious recipes and changed them to their low-carb
counterparts. They are delicious, delightful and easy to make.
Most of the recipes in this compilation have an average of 1-50
grams of carbs per serving. You may note that they range in
difficulty. This is because the cooks who created them came from
various backgrounds of culinary expertise. Even though the cooks
added to the recipe in his/her own way, don’t be afraid to make
these recipes yours by changing ingredients to satisfy your own
pallet. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did .Bon appetite!!

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Atkins Maintenance

The final phase of the Atkins diet plan is lifetime maintenance. This is the time to continue your new eating plan at a maintenance level and keep yourself at your goal weight. The habits you have created will now become a permanent way of life. During the third phase, pre-maintenance, you learned exactly how many carbohydrate grams your body can tolerate and still maintain your ideal weight. In this phase, youll put this approach into practice and learn to live with your ideal carb count on a daily basis.

During lifetime maintenance you will continue to expand your food selections and eat more carbohydrate grams than you did previously. Depending on your specific metabolic needs, you can eat some of the foods that you enjoyed prior to starting your weight loss program. If you do choose to eat these foods, they must be moderated and used sparingly.

Keeping your daily carb count right around your ideal carb count is the easiest way to maintain your weight loss. You weight may fluctuate by two or three pounds from time to time, but this is perfectly normal. This weight fluctuation is due to hormonal changes in your body.

During maintenance youll also learn how to overcome your previous bad habits. Losing weight and keeping it off means dealing with real-world situations. Youll develop coping strategies for stress eating, emotional eating and holiday eating. Youll also develop plans for dealing with eating out in restaurants. The challenges during the maintenance phase are many, but they can be overcome.

Its all about preparation. When youve followed the Atkins diet plan for a long time, youve learned exactly how many carbohydrate grams you can handle. Youve also learned what foods trigger carbohydrate cravings and which foods lead to binges. Youve developed coping strategies over the course of your OWL and pre-maintenance phases that you will have to use in lifetime maintenance.

To prepare yourself for lifetime maintenance, make a promise to yourself never to go back to your previous weight. Make the commitment by donating all of your fat clothes. This way, if you do start to gain more than five pounds, youll know that you have to buckle down and eat better. Also, write down in a journal or in a list format all of the benefits of being at your new, thinner size. Write about how much better you feel and how healthy you are. This will cement your new way of life into your mind and your heart.

Choose your lifetime maintenance weight goal range. This is a range of weight that is acceptable to you. For example, if your initial weight loss goal was to be 165 lbs, your lifetime maintenance goal will be 160 to 170 pounds. If your weight starts to creep up toward 170 pounds, then you know that you are being too lenient with your carbohydrate grams. Never let your weight vary more than 3 to 5 pounds in either direction.

Make a commitment to weigh yourself at least once a week. This once-a-week weigh in will give you a good idea of how you are doing on your maintenance program. Use that weekly weight as a guideline for your approach in eating for the following week.
In addition to these guidelines, make sure to continue an exercise program. Your metabolism depends entirely upon the amount of exercise that you are getting. Making the commitment to exercise goes hand in hand with the commitment to keep eating correctly.

By following these guidelines, you can make lifetime maintenance simple and easy.


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