jgilberAZ
Joined December 2010
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Weight History

Start Weight
151.0 lb
Lost so far: 2.4 lb

Current Weight
153.4 lb
Performance: losing 0.2 lb a week

Goal Weight
140.0 lb
Still to go: 13.4 lb
Daily Goal:

25g Carbohydrates
65g Protein
100g Fat

1260 kcal

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I have the same question. Did you ever get an answer?
posted 16 Nov 2013, 16:33
Insulin resistance
mummydee wrote:
Let's not lump all carbs into the 'bad' zone... I don't see anyone mentioning vegetables. Yes, avoid the 'simple' carbs, cut out processed foods as much as possible and read labels for any form of sugar substitute.

Complex carbs, fruit, you have some great suggestions in the previous posts. But you're brain needs carbs and vegetables for the most part will not spike the insulin level. Learn which ones are high in sugar, such as corn and carrots and eat the dark green ones.


Your brain does NOT need carbs.

The is NO minimum level of carbohydrates necessary for good health.

Psychology Today - Your Brain on Ketones
"This fact means that while there are essential requirements for both fat or protein (meaning we would die without eating at least some fat and at least some protein), we can live quite happily while consuming no carbohydrate at all. "
posted 11 Nov 2013, 17:32
Atkins help
This Keto Calculator will help determine the optimal amount of protein.

posted 18 Oct 2013, 13:29
Atkins help
The problem with Atkins is that it allows carbohydrates back in after induction.
We should avoid all grains as much as possible.

www.wheatbellyblog.com

A Ketogenic diet is much healthier (and effective) than atkins (and I've done both).

Your protein should be 1 gram (or slightly higher) for each KG of bodyweight. Otherwise, as micki13 stated above, the excess protein causes a blood sugar increase.

So: carbs < 30 ... and protein < 1/KG ... and don't give much thought to fat ... whatever it takes to not be hungry.


Check this: jeffgilbertson.wordpress.com
posted 18 Oct 2013, 13:20
7 weeks on Atkins. Is it time to try something else?
I would recommend the LCHF diet. It's more of a lifelong way of eating than a diet.

Here are some links I put together about it:

http://jeffgilbertson.wordpress.com
posted 13 Oct 2013, 10:15
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I am really surprised. I didn't feel that I ate very well last week.

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