It works but be smart about it....substitute bread/pasta/rice for brown bread, brown pasta and rice. Cut things out gradually.....substitute milk for red cap, cut down ur portions and bring in lots of fresh salad and greens and less carb products.
Don't even consider chocolate bars, biscuits or anything high in sugar- initially, u can incorporate it back into your diet later on when u have lost the weight.
Take it one day at a time and dont worry about failing, just know where u have slipped and pick urself up and start over
Quoting ~Brittany Lee~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Devil's Advocate:</b>" Right now I'm on a cutting weight phase ... [snip!] ... "</blockquote> See the whole no bread,pasta or rice don't bother me because I don't normally eat them anyway"
Then you're already on a low carb diet? Because if so, it likely won't help you change what you're looking to change much. Your body needs change for your body to change.
I am on day 20 of Atkins. I am on the "Ongoing Weight Loss" phase. I eat no more than 30-40 carbs per day from veggies, eggs, full fat dairy, nuts and seeds. When I get a sweets craving I have an atkins indulge bar with only 2 net carbs.
I have reassessed my weight loss goals since I pretty much reached the first one in these three weeks. I am aiming for 35 lbs total weight loss, this will put me at the weight I was before I even met my ex husband.
Some of the best low carb diet plan are very specific about what you can and can't eat. That's because they really research into how foods interact with each other in the body. Some people like super flexible diets but I like the ones that are somewhat flexible but also rigid enough to motivate me to achieve easy goals.