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Summer Fruits for Low Carb & Keto

When you’re following a low carb or keto diet – you quickly learn that fruit is generally high in sugars Read More

Keto Friendly Hot Dog Recipes to Enjoy this Summer

Eating keto doesn’t mean missing out on grilling out Read More

Healthy Mediterranean Recipes

There’s no one set of rules for the Mediterranean diet; the term refers to planning your meals based on the traditional eating styles of the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Read More

5 tips to keep low carb eating interesting

For more ideas on what to eat – check out our free meal plans! Whether you enjoy cooking or would rather grab-and-go, we’ve got low carb meal plans to fit your lifestyle.  Click here! Read More

Cyclical Keto Diet​: Too Good to Be True​*

A classic ketogenic diet, with its restrictive food list, is a famously difficult diet.(Which is why we recommend Atkins 20® and Atkins 40®, which are more flexible versions of keto.) People who are struggling with the rigidity of keto may be looking for a way out that doesn’t necessarily get them off track to their Read More

Atkins-Approved Keto Shopping List

Keto doesn’t have to be complicated. You won’t need every item on this keto groceries list every time you shop, rather, use it as a guide to save time when meal planning and make smart shopping decisions at the store. Choose the ingredients you and your family like the most! Atkins also has tons of Read More

Low Carb Baking Guide

One of the biggest low carb lifestyle challenges for many people is limiting our intake of baked goods, sweet and savory, which are famously high in carbohydrates. That’s why we’ve created this guide for low carb baking—so you can have your cake and eat it too! With the right flours and binders, plus a little Read More

How to Shop for ​Low Carb Wines

Although wine is typically much lower in carbs than beer and other sugary cocktails, there are still a few downsides to drinking on a Keto diet. Alcohol can hinder your weight loss efforts because your body tends to burn alcohol first before fat, slowing ketone production. Imbibing also can increase our appetites. But no need Read More

4 Tips for How to Stop Stress Eating

Whether reaching for extra snacks is pandemic-related, a case of the Sunday scaries, or something else entirely, emotional eating (also known as stress eating) is often a coping mechanism for dealing with difficult situations. While “eating your feelings” may provide temporary relief in the moment, emotional eating can have long-term effects that’ll make you feel Read More

6 Keto-Friendly and Low Carb Rice Substitutes

Although rice can be incorporated as part of a regular, healthy diet, it is high in carbs and low in protein. That means, if it’s not consumed with the right amount of fiber, fat, and protein at mealtimes, eating this popular grain may cause your blood sugar to spike. For comparison, there are: 13.8 grams Read More

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