The New Atkins for a New You Breakfast and Brunch Dishes

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 13, 2012 - Cooking - 23 pages
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Start your day right with Atkins!

The cliché that breakfast is the most important meal of the day is particularly true on the Atkins Diet. If you start the day with a lowcarb breakfast, you’ll continue to burn primarily fat, including your own body fat, for energy. And breakfast on Atkins doesn’t mean eggs every morning! The possibilities range from turkey hash to protein shakes—even French toast, pancakes, muffins, muesli, and granola—all ready to eat in under thirty minutes of active time. Breakfast never tasted so good!
 

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Contents

A Brief Look at the New Atkins Diet
1
The New Atkins Kitchen Ingredients and Equipment
6
Breakfast and Brunch Dishes
16
Snacks Appetizers and Hors dOeuvres
37
Sandwiches Wraps Fillings and Pizza
55
Salads and Dressings
76
Vegetables and Other Sides
98
Soups and Stews
122
Beef Pork Lamb and Veal Entrées
156
Fish and Shellfish Entrées
181
Vegetarian Entrées
201
Delectable Desserts
224
Glossary
253
Acknowledgments
258
Recipe Phase Chart
259
Index
267

Chicken and Turkey Entrées
139

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About the author (2012)

As Vice President of Nutrition & Education, Colette Heimowitz is the driving force for nutrition information at Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. She is the nutritionist face to the Atkins Community, which is dedicated to helping people reach their weight management goals. As part of this initiative, she publishes a weekly nutritionist blog, creates content devoted to educating new members about the program, and stays up to date on emerging research on human nutrition.

Colette has been a guest on radio programs nationwide, as well as on television networks including CNN, Fox News Channel, and MSNBC. She has more than twenty-five years of experience as a nutritionist and received her MSc in clinical nutrition from Hunter College of the City University of New York.

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