I looked at your food diary for the past 2 weeks and here are my suggestions:
I agree with alexzwk about the Atkins products. So many people either stall or gain weight when they use those.
If you're following the New Atkins for a New You, and you're on the Induction Phase, you need to eat a whole lot more of the allowed veggies (preferably the green ones). 12-15 net carbs a day should come from those. And yes, it does make a difference. A lot of people freak out when they think they will only have 5-8 net carbs left over, but remember, fresh meat has zero carbs, and you'll still have room for cheese, sour cream, dressing, etc.
Try to eat as much fresh food as you can, instead of canned or packaged food. Those things usually have more carbs, and they aren't as good for you, either.
No nuts during Induction. You can add them back afterwards, if you want, and see how they affect your weight. Remember, nothing is off-limits forever. Atkins is a lifetime program that allows you to re-introduce certain foods later on.
Also, be sure to compare the nutrition facts of the food you're entering with the food you actually ate. I find discrepancies all the time. If you're not careful, you may be actually going over your carb limit, OR you may actually not be eating as many carbs as you think. I always create a new entry and put the nutrition facts in myself. Once you've created your own entry, it's much easier to find in the database the next time you eat it. If you eat some of the same things often, they will be listed at the top when you add a food to your diary.
Be sure to use REAL mayonnaise, not Miracle Whip. Real mayo has zero carbs. You can actually make broccoli and cheese for less carbs than what the packaged kind has. Instead of buying already made salads, make your own. That way, you're more in control of what goes in it and how many carbs it has.
If you have a smartphone or a Kindle Fire, there is an app called "Fast Food Nutrition Lite" that has the nutritional data for LOTS of different restaurants. You can use that when you're going to eat out to see what would be the best thing for you to choose.
If you want, you can look at my food diary. I divide my food up in categories rather than what meal it is. Meat is under "Breakfast", veggies are under "Lunch", dairy and fruit (olives, avocados and tomatoes) are under "Dinner", and everything else is under "Snacks". Doing it that way helps me see how many veggies I've had for the day without having to figure them all up. Here's a link to what my normal day looks like:http://www.fatsecret.com/Diary.aspx?pa=fj&dt=16015
I also have my grocery list in today's Journal if you think that might help.Today's Journal 11-14-13
And last, but not least by any means, drink LOTS and LOTS of water. You'll have to go to the bathroom pretty often for the first week, but once your body adjusts, going will be normal again lol. My water intake is also listed in my food diary.
Good luck to you, and never be afraid to ask questions!
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