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Atkins Diet: Amazing New Ongoing Weight Loss Phase Recipes!

Meigyn Gabryelle

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Editore: Clifford McDuffy
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  • EAN: 9781540191649

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OWL is the acronym for “Ongoing Weight Loss,” the second phase of the Atkins Diet® after the Induction Phase is completed. During the OWL phase, some carbs are re-introduced into the diet, as are some fruits. As with the Induction Phase, you will continue to count carbs versus calories during this phase - the recipes in this book contain that information.

These recipes are also some of the most popular Phase Two recipes currently being prepared by Atkins dieters. While some of them use traditional ingredients, others contain more modern ingredients, but all of them are delicious and easy to prepare. Some of the recipes represent an entire meal and are marked as “Complete Meal” for your convenience in counting carbs and calories. Any cook will be proud to serve any of these dishes to family, friends and at pot-luck dinners. No one needs to even know they are “diet” dishes.

Be sure to take note of the new “List of Approved Foods” we’ve included at the end of the recipes in order to make it easier for you to stay focused on what you should be eating during Phase Two. Get out the pots and pans, cook up a few of these recipes, and as always.

During Phase Two, you will continue to lose weight, but it will be at a slower pace than in the Induction Phase. Don’t expect to see quick drops in the scales when you weigh, but try for a more realistic goal of losing one to two pounds per week. You should stay in Phase Two until you are ten pounds from your goal weight - at which point you move to Phase Three of the diet. It is recommended that caloric intake be kept at 1200-1500 per day for women and 1500-2000 per day for women.

During Induction, your daily carb intake was limited to 20 carbs, but during Phase Two, you will add 5 net carbs per week to your daily intake - or 25 carbs per day the first week, 30 carbs per day the second week, 35 carbs per day the third week, and so on until you reach a level of carbs that keeps you from losing weight - you will reach a plateau. This level is called your “Critical Carbohydrate Level for Losing” or CCLL. That number of net carbs, whatever it is in your case, is the point where you cease to lose weight. You do not want to exceed that limit or you will experience weight gain.

During Phase Two, you begin to include other foods, such as nuts, berries and seeds, in your diet. Natural foods remain your focus - stay away from the processed foods - and still should compile most of your net daily carbs. Use the Atkins Carbohydrate Ladder below to help keep you on track.

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