How To: Combat the induction flu when doing Atkins

Combat the induction flu when doing Atkins

If you start to feel sluggish and tired, don't worry it's temporary. Your body is going through withdrawl! Not from drugs, but from carbohydrates. Kent tells you how to combat the induction flu and to be happy, it means the diet is working!

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The Atkins Diet is a great way to lose weight. However, far too many people seem to believe that if a particular recommendation is made, say for 60 grams of protein per day, that 40 grams of protein is "somehow" better.

Following the Atkins Diet, "strictly," but NOT "severely," meaning to NOT "overdo" it, is the key. Otherwise, in 30 to 60 days, people on the diet end up constipated and give up. What they SHOULD DO is to give themselves enemas to end the constipation, and continue on with the diet, incorporating frequent, soapy-water-based enemas with their weight management ideas.

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