Food list for The New Atkins Made Easy (2013): a low-carb, ketogenic diet. - All phases: Avoid sugar and processed carbs. Slowly increase net carb intake to find tolerance. - Induction phase 1: Eat proteins, foundation vegetables, fats. - Ongoing weight loss phase 2: Add nuts and seeds, low-carb fruits, yogurt and fresh cheeses, legumes. - Pre-maintenance phase 3: Add other fruits, higher-carb vegetables, whole grains. - Maintenance phase 4: Keep an eye on carbs to maintain weight.
Atkins Diet Recipes: Low Carb Chinese Orange Chicken - to make induction friendly, eliminate the low carb baking mix and just use parm cheese for outer coating; eliminate the orange peel from sauce. Looks great!
This diet is found in the appendix of the book Why We Get Fat by Gary Taubes, and is an example of a low carbohydrate diet. Gary got it from Dr. Eric Westman’s Lifestyle Medicine Clinic at Duke University Medical Center. It came originally from Dr. Robert Atkins’ diet plans. A much more complete plan can be found in Westman, et al, New Atkins