Eco Atkins Diet: Make the Veggie Version of Atkins Diet

Eco Atkins Diet: Make the Veggie Version of Atkins Diet

The Eco Atkins Diet is a fully vegetarian version of the most classic high protein diet the Atkins Diet!

Eco Atkins Diet is high in vegetable protein, fiber, and beneficial fat, but low in carbohydrates. For quick and healthy weight loss, with no animal food.Make the veggie version of Atkins Diet and lose up to 15 pounds (7.5 kg) in less than a month!

 Eco Atkins Diet  – an Introduction

It is a high protein diet, which, unlike the traditional Atkins diet, is completely vegetarian: no animal products with plant foods only!

In the basic version of the diet includes many legumes, soy, seeds, nuts, and products thereof, vegetables, cold pressed oils and, in smaller quantities, refined cereals and fruits.

The calories derived by are about 31% from vegetable proteins, 43% from vegetable fat and 26% from carbohydrates.

Do it right!

If you are exclusively vegetarian, you will adore the Eco Atkins Diet and you will not meet any problems in its implementation. The same if you just looking for a nutritional detoxification brackets, wishing to “relax” your body from animal products for a few days.

But if you have never followed up to now a vegetarian diet and the goal is through this to lose weight, we recommend not to start directly, but first, do a little preparation.

That means initially decreases animal food and gradually within a reasonable time (Ed.: how much depends on you) to get to the point where your diet consists of 100% plant foods. Then is the best time to get in the weight loss program.

And after what?

After completion of the Eco-Atkins Diet, the rapid increase of carbohydrate intake and the consumption of animal food products and highly processed snacks.

Continue to choose your food with quality criteria and consume it in controlled amounts.

 Eco Atkins diet

The best dietary sources for the Eco Atkins Diet:

Calcium: dark-colored vegetables such as broccoli and spinach, onion, sesame seeds, nuts, legumes and seed sprouts.

Vitamin D: oils, margarine, nuts.

Vitamin B12: edible algae (e.g., Spirulina), mushrooms.

Iron: quinoa, oats, millet, sesame seeds, pine nuts, hazelnuts, almonds, olives, dried fruit, spinach, soybeans.

Omega-3 fatty acids: Chia seed oil, linseed oil, flax seeds, nuts, macadamia nuts, cashews, purslane.

* In addition to the dietary supplements, good sources of such nutrients are also the fortified foods, e.g. soy milk usually contains additional calcium and vitamin B12, while the breakfast cereal contains iron and B vitamins.

Eco Atkins Diet

 

Eco Atkins Diet – Sample Weekly Menu

Monday

Breakfast: Rolled oats with nuts and soy milk.

Intermediate: Orange.

Lunch: Beans + salad with green vegetables and pumpkin.

Afternoon: Cocoa drink.

Dinner: Salad with lettuce, beans, tomato, onion, peppers, olive oil, and nuts.

 

  • Add in colorful salads if you want extra vegetables, extra virgin olive oil or linseed oil and fresh lemon juice.

 

Tuesday

Breakfast: whole grain bread with tahini + soy milk with cocoa.

Intermediate: Grapefruit.

Lunch: Spinach with peanuts + salad with tomato, cucumber, onion, and olives.

Afternoon: Almonds.

Dinner: Soy Burger + salad with cabbage, carrot, beetroot, and peppers.

 

  • The “milk” of soy can be replaced with another herbal beverage from nuts or seeds. Avoid beverages from cereals (e.g. rice), because they have high carbohydrate content.

 

Wednesday

Breakfast: Cereal husk wheat with sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, soy milk, and cinnamon.

Intermediate: Walnuts.

Lunch: Lentils with groats + salad with greens and olives.

Afternoon: Avocado.

Dinner: Broccoli, courgettes, and beans steamed + tofu.

 

  • With the help of the calories counter, personalize the amount of food to your personal needs (eg weight loss or weight maintenance).

 

Thursday

Breakfast: Rolled oats (in water) with tofu and olives.

Intermediate: Grapefruit.

Lunch: Soya Beans + salad with greens and avocado sauce.

Afternoon: Chocolate black.

Dinner: Salad with different vegetables, peas, corn or oatmeal and nuts.

 

  • You can make the replacement of any food with another, but in an amount which affords similar calories and similar grams of protein and carbohydrates.

 

Friday

Breakfast: Rolled oats with nuts and soy milk.

Intermediate: Kiwi.

Lunch: Salad with Chickpeas + green vegetables and peanuts.

Afternoon: Cocoa drink.

Dinner: quinoa with mushrooms and walnuts + salad with broccoli, cauliflower, and olives.

 

  • You can consume coffee, tea, chamomile and other beverages but not immediately before, with or after meals, to prevent the assimilation of iron.

 

Saturday

Breakfast: whole grain bread with tahini and soy milk.

Intermediate: Orange.

Lunch: baked beans + salad with pine nuts and green vegetables.

Afternoon: Chocolate black.

Dinner: Hummus + multi-grain bread + salad with cabbage, lettuce, onions, and peppers.

 

  •  Add in the herbs and spices you feel are necessary, avoid too much salt,  measure sugar substitutes in drinks, if and when needed.

 

Sunday

Breakfast: Cereal husk wheat with pumpkin, sesame and soy milk.

Intermediate: Grapefruit.

Lunch: meat substitute of soy or + chickpea salad with greens.

Afternoon: Avocado.

Dinner: Salad with lettuce, cucumber, peppers, onions, tofu, olives, and peanuts.

 

  • Do you want to protect your muscles? Exercise with Resistance! Looking to lose even more fat? Make long distance walking part of your daily routine!

 

Eco Atkins Diet: pros and cons

 It is generally accepted that long term consumption of animal products can lead to a wide range of health problems due to the high intake of saturated and trans fats.

Conversely, high in vegetable protein foods contain very little saturated fat, high in fiber and many nutrients.

Certainly, a diet that lacks some regarded as staple foods as e.g. eggs, dairy and fish, and also maintains restricted recruiting others, such as fruit and cereal, it’s very difficult to be balanced in such a way as to cover all the nutritional needs of the body.

Incidental and as appropriate, this involves various risks, such as insufficient intake of iron, calcium and vitamin B12.

Pros

  • Rich in vegetable proteins, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, dietary fibers etc.
  • Low in saturated fat, not dietary cholesterol and animal fats.
  • The preparation of meals does not present particular difficulties.
  • The vegetable meals can be stored for longer and transported more safely.
  • If the intake of carbohydrates and calories is kept under control, great and rapid weight loss can be achieved.
  • Enhances natural detoxification mechanisms of the body.
  • Increases energy, provides a sense of well-being.
  • It does not create constipation, in fact, it helps to address this.
  • Improves skin condition.
  • It helps in lowering high cholesterol and elevated pressure.

Cons

  • Suitable especially for vegetarians or those who only think to become vegetarians.
  • Do not apply by infirm, people with existing medical conditions, metabolic disorders, hormonal disorders or other serious health problems.
  • Excluded basic food groups like milk, for example, you do not consume animal products.
  • Too much of fiber consumption can cause bloating and other gastrointestinal disorders.
  • It is possible to create deficiencies in essential ingredients like iron and cause malfunctions (e.g anemia).
  • Requires enriched products (e.g. vitamin D, and B12) and perhaps nutritional supplements ( iron); always on medical advice!
  • It is difficult to implement for long time period.
  • When the diet is reset with more carbohydrates and/or animal products, the lost pounds can be retrieved.

*Before starting any new diet and/or an exercise program please consult your doctor

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