• Upgrades have been completed! Including conversations, 😁😎🏀⚾⚽ Emojis and more.. Read more



PLEASE HELP ME...

#3
They are very high on carbs I'm afraid, as S&E posted, 30Gr carbs is a lot for a 100 gram.
 
#4
Yes, nuts are high in carbs. They are also very good for you. The best way to go, provided you are in Ongoing Weight Loss and have reached the nuts/seeds rung, is to weigh them before nibbling. I eat nuts most days.

I found that too many - and not as many as I would have liked - slowed and even stalled my weight loss. I have to be strict about the quantity I eat. Not everyone has this problem but it is wise to take care, just in case.
 
#5
Nuts are so yummy, it's a shame they are high in carbs! It is difficult to eat just a few so I recommend actually weighing them out rather than guessing amounts.
 
#6
Laura C, thanks for your post. I’m going to try Atkins diet and I wasn’t aware that at the beginning of diet I shouldn’t eat nut at all. That’s pity; today I bought quite a lot of nuts, now they are going to tempt me
 
#7
Oh no!
ive bought some dry roasted peants this morning too for a snack!
80g for the whole bag. 40g = 4.4g carbs and 3.7g fibre so i thought it was 0.7g net carb for half the bag! I have only had a few... im sure a few is ok on early stages of atkins? specially if i need to raise my fat intake?
 
#8
ur kidding me? i didnt know that! ive been subtracting fibre for some foods that i buy!!! oh no! ah well it was always low carb anyway i just used to mak myself happy taking the fiber of it aswell!!

so ALL uk packaging carb is net carb?
 
#10
LOL over 8 years on Atkins here, OK I'm in maint, but I was in OWL for years.
 


Similar threads