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Atkins Induction Rules
Learn about atkins diet
induction rules that help you to lose weight and stay health
These atkins diet induction rules must be
followed EXACTLY to ensure success. I cannot stress this enough, if the induction phase which is designed to introduce your body to theatkins
diet program is not followed correctly it will not work for you. Without following the atkins diet rules stated below you will see no weight loss. With that said, here are the atkins diet rules you must
follow during the initial induction phase:
Atkins induction rule no 2. Eat liberal portions of combinations containing combinations of fat and
protein in the form of poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, and red meats as well
as pure natural fats found in things like olive oil, safflower, sunflower
and other similar vegetable oils.
Atkins induction rule no 4. You must stay away TOTALLY from fruit, bread, pasta, grains, starchy
vegetables and dairy products other than cheese, cream or butter. Do not eat
nuts or seeds during the first two weeks, or any foods that combine protein
and carbs such as kidney beans and other legumes.
Atkins induction rule no 6. Adjust the quantity of food that you eat to suit your individual appetite
especially as your appetite decreases. When you are hungry eat just enough
to satisfy you, do not gorge and over stuff yourself. When you are not
hungry eat a small low carb snack to go along with your nutritional
Atkins induction rule no 10. Avoid coffee, tea, and soft drinks containing excessive caffeine which
has been shown to cause low blood sugar, which can make your body crave
sugar. In addition Drink 8-10 glasses of water each day to hydrate your body
and avoid constipation and flush out the byproducts of burning fat.
Atkins induction rule no 11.
Some of the foods you may eat liberally during the induction phase include
All fish including tuna, salmon, sole, trout, flounder, sardines, and
All fowl including chicken, turkey, duck, goose, quail, and pheasant.
All shellfish including oysters, mussels, lobster, clams, squid, prawns, and
All meat including beef, pork, lamb, bacon, veal, ham, and venison.
All eggs including scambled, fried, poached, soft boiled, hard boiled, and omelet
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