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Atkins Induction

Learn what is atkins induction and how to get maximum weight loss during atkins induction plus recipe for atkins induction

atkins inductionAtkins induction phase is the first phase of atkins diet and last for 2 weeks (14 days).  During atkins induction your consumption of carbohydrate is limited to 20 grams of net carbs each day. 

The atkins induction phase kicks off weight loss and you can lose as much as 10 pounds in just 2 weeks. The carbohydrate during atkins induction phase usually come from salad greens and non-starchy vegetables.

It is important to understand that atkins induction phase is not going to be your lifelong way of eating, but instead design to jumpstart your atkins diet.  Induction is specially designed to do all the following:

  • Atkins induction will switch the body from carbohydrate burning metabolism to fat burning metabolism.

  • Stabilize your blood sugar levels and halt the symptoms of unstable blood sugar such as fatigue, mood swings, and "brain fog"

  • Curb the craving of high carb foods

  • Break addiction to foods such as sugar, wheat, corn, alcohol, or coffee

  • Demonstrate how much body fat you can burn while enjoying liberal portions of tasty foods.


Atkins Induction Phase Recipe

The recipe for atkins induction usually contains no more that 7 gram of net carbs per servings.  Atkins induction recipes do not contain fruit, fresh cheese, pasta, starchy vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds or legumes.



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