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  1. fat_2_fabulous

    fat_2_fabulous Silver Member

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    Hi all hope ur well! I have done a lot of reading up on the Atkins! And hopefully when I'm out I'll find the book today, I have been on it for about 3 days now but I want to check I'm doin it right. I've Been eating lamb chops eggs sausages ( but the good ones 1.25 g in 2 sausages) baby bel for lunch with Bernard Matthews chicken or turkey slices. I have read that you can have 4 to 5 ounces of cheese each day which on average I'm probably having but when I come to looking at carbs am I right in just looking at the carbohydrate bit on a label? Some websites are sayin you need to work out net carbs?!?I need to get it right pretty much ASAP as I'm going to aus for a month on my first Hol with my mr in november!I love the Idea of the Atkins, with me i love eating and I dont care what it is as long as its food!thanks in advance! Xx
     
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    Hi. Yeah just look at the carbohydrate value on the packaging. :) Net carbs relate to American products as the packaging in the US includes fibre in the carb value. It's already deducted in the UK.

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