On the Atkins diet, you need to reduce your carbohydrate intake and replenish your energy with non-starchy vegetables (like asparagus) and high-fat foods (like meat). Better than the
The ketogenic diet may be “it” the low-carb weight loss diet right, but its predecessor, the Atkins Diet, was the original version of this restrictive dietary approach. “Atkins and Keto are both low-carb diets that may be beneficial for weight loss, diabetes management and heart health,” says Vanessa Rissetto, a nutritionist in Hoboken, New Jersey.
In addition to the ketogenic adipose content is much higher than the Atkins, Atkins and ketogenic is a major difference, in said, “you can gradually increase the carbohydrate intake of Atkins” at the same time, she said, adding that carbohydrates “is still very low in the ketogenic diet, keep your body state of ketosis and burning of ketone body in order to obtain energy.”
Today, the diet, also known as the Atkins approach to nutrition, comes in three versions. (1)
Atkins 20 is suitable for:
Want to lose more than 40 pounds (LB)
Waist circumference greater than 35 inches (women) or 40 inches (men), or
Have prediabetes or type 2 diabetes
Atkins 40 is suitable for:
Want to lose less than 40 pounds
Pregnant or breastfeeding, trying to lose weight
A diet with a wider variety of foods is needed
Atkins 100 is suitable for:
I want to keep my weight
Breast-feeding and trying to keep the weight off
Before trying any version of the Atkins diet — especially if you’re pregnant and considering using Atkins 100 — consult your medical team.