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Discussion in 'Atkins Diet' started by Sapphire, 30 June 2011 Social URL.

  1. Sapphire

    Sapphire Full Member

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    Sorry I went AWOL a month ago, I went right off meat and dairy due to some depressing youtube videos (as an ex-vegan, they always get me) so I couldn't continue this diet. However i'm back eating everything again and ready to re-start. Re-reading what I wrote about having more energy and a flatter stomach is a definate motivator, i've been eating 'healthily' - only soya and linseed bread and no potatoes or pasta etc but I still feel completely exhausted and have the carb bloat. I have been having the odd sugary treat aswell and I loved that when I was low-carbing I had no desire for sugary things at all.

    So I am going to re-start tomorrow. I've been doing kettlebell workouts which I love, so i'm sure this will complement that nicely, and give me more energy to do my exercise. I want my flat stomach back! I've reset my nutrient goals in myfitnesspal and hope to reap the benefits soon :) no more falling asleep at work hopefully!
     
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  3. Sapphire

    Sapphire Full Member

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    Oh and i'm up 3.5lbs since I left :( I will crack that 140 barrier this time, and then some!
     
  4. jenki2

    jenki2 Rat Crazy

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    Nice to have you back! Good luck :D

    Xx

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  5. Kat1e

    Kat1e This is for life

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    Welcome back:)
     
  6. drasim

    drasim Mayo Addict

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    Welcome back! Good job on the kettlebell workouts - I use a 5l car oil bottle but does the same job :)
     
  7. Leanne1

    Leanne1 Silver Member

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    Welcome back. You will soon be loving your skinny self! :)
     
  8. NinjaPro

    NinjaPro Full Member

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    Wecome back!!

    How do you do kettleball exercises? Do you do them at home yourself? :D
     
  9. ladyfelsham

    ladyfelsham Clean green leafy machine

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    Welcome back Sapphire, you will crack your target in no time :)
     
  10. girlygirl1

    girlygirl1 Banned

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    You don't have to eat meat to 'do' Atkins. I follow a vegetarian Atkins plan. The latest version of the book has more veggie advice than previous ones. The Atkins Community website also explains how to do the diet meat-free.

    All the best this time around!
     
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