When you are new to the Atkins diet, it can be very helpful to look at other people’s low carb menus to see what they ate during the induction phase. However, be sure to check out Atkin’s list of allowed foods for phase1 here before you are getting started, so you know what you can and cannot eat instead of trusting other people’s menu blindly. As you can see, splenda and diet soda is allowed. I personally stay away from diet soda and splenda and recommend you do it too. It is important to eat as natural as possible, and that doesn’t include artificial sweeteners.
Linda’s low carb menus and recipes – Linda’s website contains a great collection of 16 low carb menus and recipes for Atkins induction. Almost anyone should be able to find something fitting their taste here.
Your lighter side: 60+ Atkins induction friendly recipes
Atkins friendly recipes - This is Atkins company’s official website where you can build your own menus and browse their database of over 1500 recipes. Again, I recommend eating real, natural food instead of artificial sweeteners, bars and shakes.
Kayt’s induction menus – Here you can find three atkins induction menus. You will also be able to find a ton of examples of what people eat if you check out their discussion forum.
CJ’s induction menus – You can find a nice list 25 low carb menu samples for induction here.
Dyan’s low carb menus – Here you can find two Atkins induction menus that Dyan has used successfully.
If you know of other Atkins induction friendly menus, please post a comment below and I will try to add it to this list.