|Not Losing Weight|
on Atkins Induction?
Here are 12 Metabolic Areas
You Can Explore
If you're on Atkins Induction, but not losing weight, you might think that the Atkins Nutritional Approach isn't working this time around. While it can certainly feel like you're wasting your time depriving yourself of carbohydrates, a low-carb diet isn't magic. There are specific, metabolic reasons why it works better for some people than others.
Unlike a typical, low-fat, low-calorie diet, Atkins Induction was created to help you enter the dietary state of ketosis easily and effortlessly. As such, it works best for those who are insulin resistant, but even those who are insulin sensitive and suffer with carbohydrate cravings or are prone to binge can benefit from the hunger reduction that occurs when burning fats for fuel.
I never recommend weighing yourself when you're on Induction. It's better to wait until Atkins Phase 1 is completely over. That way, you won't be tempted to let daily water fluctuations and other biological processes control your mood or attitude for the day.
If you can't do that, and you feel frustrated and worried because you're not losing weight on Atkins Induction, here are 12 metabolic areas that you can explore: