- 1 Post By Kat1e
Am i doing it right??
Hi all, ive been on Atkins/low carb about 6 weeks now and I'm down 17lbs,id be down more but I ate an indian last weekend and it stalled me for five days,never again!!
My typical day is:
Breakfast: Ham and cheese or boiled eggs,mayo and ham
Lunch is cold chicken with lettuce celery,red oinion,cucumber and ceaser dressing-a drop
Dinner is meat and veg-squash every few days,usually brocolli or cabbage and the odd day sweet potato fries
The odd day I will eat an orange if I feel bunged.
I also had a sausage this morning and didn't know if I should?
I was snacking on nuts but stopped that as I felt it was slowing me down.
Ive uped my game this week and started working out in the gym,I will either do 25 mins cardio and 15 mins weights or I will swim
Up to last week pre indian I felt smaller and trimmer but this week I feel pure fat.Im 15.4 today and want to get to 13.4 as my short term goal.im drinking a litre and a half of water every day,green tea and maybe one coke zero at lunch.
Please feel free to pull my regime apart and advise me what I need to change or if there are any obvious good foods I should be eating,all help greatly appreciated
Things i cant wait for: - Getting a tatoo on my side - Fitting into smaller clothes - Running - Climbing a mountain again -lighter - Doing watersports - Feeling like i can date again - Buzzing with energy - Being confident in groups again - All the compliments - Having more motivation -Being proud of me -Sleeping less -Less moodswings -No more PCOS -Less hormone side effects -Running around after my nieces - Finding love
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Hi there and welcome. How are you doing this week? If you haven't already, then take a look at the stickies thinking of starting Atkins and cheating on Atkins
I suggest you drop the sweet potatoes as need to go very clean and low carb to start off. Also avoid orange - one orange can throw you out of ketosis and then take a few days to return. If you need help with blocked inards - Atkins recommends physillium husk to help. I swear by spinach (which is yummy too)
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