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Atkins®: Eat Right, Not Less

Your Guidebook to Living a Low-Carb and Low-Sugar Lifestyle

New from Atkins, this revolutionary guide to a low carbohydrate lifestyle fully illustrated and packed with 100 delicious whole-food recipes—will teach you to eat right, not less, to reach your weight management goals and achieve optimal health.

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IT’S TIME TO RETHINK “DIET”

IT’S TIME TO RETHINK “DIET”

Atkins has been a leading brand for more than forty years, using proven scientific research to help millions achieve weight-loss goals by controlling carbohydrate consumption. Today, thanks to the movement that Dr. Robert Atkins started, nearly 3 out of 4 adults are actively managing their carb intake. But while many Americans would like to lose weight, most don’t want to adhere to a program; diet has become a four letter word.

Filled with 100 delicious whole food recipes low in carbs and sugar, and with simple solutions for eating the foods we love in a healthier way, this all-new Atkins guide focuses on eating right—not less—for painless weight management and better overall health. You will find meal plans packed with variety, healthy takes on classic comfort foods, and tips for creating a low carb kitchen and for setting achievable goals. Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less features a guide to the Hidden Sugar Effect and how to avoid it, and will teach you how to eat the right balance of proteins, healthy fats, and nutrient-dense carbohydrates to experience optimal health and effortless weight loss.

As flexible as it is inspiring, Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less will show you how to enjoy the benefits of a lower-carb lifestyle—on your own terms.

how it works Complex infographic, screen reader only information to follow

How does Atkins work? Low calorie or high carb diets make your sugar levels go up and down; increase fat storage, hunger, and cravings; and burn sugar which can cause fat to store. Atkins, which is low carb and high in fat and protein, keeps your sugar levels steady; lowers fat storage, hunger, and cravings; and burns fat, which helps you lose weight.

WHAT’S INSIDE

PART I: EAT RIGHT, NOT LESS

  • 1: The Hidden Sugar Effect
  • 2: How Atkins Works
  • 3: Let’s Get Started
  • 4: Atkins Your Way: Atkins 20, Atkins 40, or Atkins 100
  • 5: Living a Low-Carb and Low-Sugar Lifestyle: Small Changes = Big Results

PART II: LET’S GET COOKING

  • 6: Breakfast
  • 7: Snacks and Sides
  • 8: Soups and Stews
  • 9: Salads
  • 10: Appetizers
  • 11: 15-Minute Meals
  • 12: One Pot Meals
  • 13: Just Desserts

PLUS: Meal plans, illustrations and photographs throughout, grocery lists, and more!

EYEBALLING YOUR PROTEINS Complex infographic, screen reader only information to follow

How to "eyeball" your protein portions. Calculating how much protein you eat is simple. There's no need to count calories or grams or weigh your food. You need only about 4 to 6 ounces of cooked protein at each meal. Just use these visual comparisons, and soon you'll find that it's quite easy to "eyeball" how much protein you need. One ounce of meat, poultry, tofu, etc. is equal to a small matchbook or remote car key. 3 ounces of the same is equal to a slim paperback book. 8 ounces of the same is equal to a deck of cards or a cell phone. 3 ounces of fish is equal to a checkbook. 1 ounce of hard cheese is equal to an individually wrapped slice of American cheese or four dice. (Note: Limit cheese to four ounces daily.)

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