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    Cheese

    Hi all

    Day 4 of Atkins for me and a quick question if I may.

    I did Atkins about 9 years ago and ate a lot of cheese and I'm finding that I am tending that way now too. Dr A warns in his NDR book that all cheese has carbs and we should allow 1g per ounce, however, try as I might I can't find any nutritional info on cheese that confirms this - more usually it's about 0.1g per 100g!

    Is this an American legacy? Can I chomp away at 0.1g per 100g?

    Thanks
    P x

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    I would just do as per the packet of cheese as some differ

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    Hard cheese is low carb typically. Too much cheese makes lots of people stall - so you need to experiment what's right for you
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