The original diet which started the idea of low carb dieting. It has now become so altered since the original Diet Revolution book came out and has so many variations it’s hard to cover all of them. So I covered just one from the original Atkins’ Diet Revolution.
The recipes on this page are dedicated to the original of original low carb diets – the Atkins’ Diet Revolution: The Induction Phase. This is the two week challenge to rid your body of carbohydrate cravings and enter fat-burning ketosis. This is the strictest of the low carb diets (except for the carnivore diet, of course) but when you see all the recipes you can still make it will be a two weeks and not much of a challenge at all.
As per Atkins’ guidelines all recipes are low in total carbs with protein being the main focus of every meal. According Atkins’ those struggling to lose weight on his diet even when adhering to the carb content limit should take a look at fat content as well. To this end, I placed an additional warning on any recipe where fat content is higher than protein to help in your weight loss journey.
Each recipe is shown with total carb amount (not net carbs) to help your selection.
This is a wholesome sirloin steak, pure and simple. A little bit of salt, a little bit of pepper, something to cook it in and it’s zero carbs of deliciousness.
From the American South original: plump shrimp covered in blackening spices and sizzled in lard.
An easy and utterly delicious way to make a slow roasted lamb shoulder using dried herbs for when you might not have any fresh.
Delicious cheese and garlic! Especially for keto and Atkins’ Maintenance, this is a low carb and low net carb dressing. It has a strong flavour which pairs up nicely with beef, chicken and pork. It works great as a dip for crudites or a dressing for salads.
Juicy, delicious, simple, roasted chicken.
Juicy salmon fillet cooked in the simplest way. Just sprinkle with salt, dash with olive oil and wrap in aluminium foil.
A fast and easy to make mayonnaise. A basic condiment for use with almost everything. This is as good as the store-bought stuff but almost zero carbs and filled with healthy fats. A great recipe for a low carb lifestyle.
This is an easy recipe for a succulent medium to rare roast beef joint. The crust is nicely crispy. A main meal for dinner any day of the week.
Spicy and full of flavour! Tender chicken with a great Cajun-inspired marinade. Leave out the dressing and have it wonderfully hot. Suitable for the Atkins’ Induction.
Fast, easy and delicious. A naturally low carb egg salad to use anywhere, anytime.