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Induction foods?!?

Discussion in 'Atkins Diet' started by MrsAH, 20 March 2011 Social URL.

  1. MrsAH

    MrsAH Full Member

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    Hello all,

    I am a bit confused about whether the following are allowed on the first two weeks of Atkins so would appreciate some advice -

    100% beef burgers from Iceland
    Pepperami's - original or hot
    Choritzo
    Mini Babybel
    Feta cheese
    Mattessons Smoked Sausage

    Many thanks

    x
     
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  3. rosebug

    rosebug Silver Member

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    All allowed. Just keep your cheese servings to under 4oz per day.
     
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    I've been probably eating 4oz of babybel a day! :(
     
  5. MrsAH

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    Thank you both, that's great
     
  6. *Michael*

    *Michael* Silver Member

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    Cheese is really subjective, it stall some people and others can eat tons of it. I also ate/eat loads of babybels and didn't do too much damage. If you find you stop losing try cutting them out. If not then carry on (especially as they're on 2 bags for £2 in Tescos at the mo!) ;)
     
  7. cf70

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    I think it's because boots sells babybel 2 packs now also and its quite often hard to find small amounts of cheese to eat on the go haha.
    I really hope I can lose weight eating cheese because it's the downfall of most other diets for me :(
     
  8. *Michael*

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    Yeah I know what you mean. I normally take a couple of babybels to work each day to snack on. Doesn't seem right to take a block of cheese to work!

    If you need to take the edge off, I've always been under the impression that soft cheeses are less calorific than hard cheeses. I think that mozzarella, feta and goats cheese are typically lower in calories than other cheeses. Happy to be told otherwise tho.

    Good luck! :)
     
  9. MissyMustDoIt

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    I wouldn't eat a whole sheep though ;)
     
  10. ladyfelsham

    ladyfelsham Clean green leafy machine

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    LMAO - me neither - although I'd give it a good try :eek:
     
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    Lamb/Mutton is allowed on induction!
     
  12. mustdoit

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    yes but the wool gets stuck in your teeth !! xx
     
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    list looks fine to me with the proviso about the cheese
     
  14. MrsAH

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    Thank you all for your replies

    xxx
     
  15. JoanneM

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    I am literally pmsl about the sheep/lamb/mutton comments. Tears rolling down my face right now.
     
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    i love the one about wool get stuck in ur teeth ahaha
     
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