It is so easy to get side tracked when you are dieting, especially during the holidays. The Atkins diet plan makes it easy to stay on track, eat healthy, and still have options for convenient snacks. It isn’t easy to carry fresh veggies or lean meats; one of the most convenient options for meal replacement “on the go” are Atkins Advantage bars.
Atkins has a complete line of “grab and go” bars and snacks. My favorite “grab and go” item is the Blueberry Greek Yogurt bar; it actually tastes like fresh blueberries. The bar has real roasted almonds and it’s coated in greek yogurt. At 200 calories per bar with 14 grams of protein and only 3 net carbohydrates, the blueberry greek yogurt bar is very diet friendly.
There are many more Atkins Meal Advantage bars to choose from each ranging between 14-17 grams of protein, 200-250 calories, and 2.9-3.4 net carbohydrates. The bars were designed to prevent large spikes in blood sugar which can curb weight loss. I love that I can shove a few bars into my bag, and I can grab one when I am hungry.
The biggest advantage to the Atkins diet is that you can eat regular food that follows the guidelines for protein and carbohydrate intake, or you can eat Atkins branded products when preparing meals is inconvenient. The Atkins diet is really a lifestyle change where you consume low amounts of carbohydrate rich foods and higher amounts of protein.
New Year’s Day is quickly approaching; is weight loss on your resolution list this year? Americans gain an average of one to two pounds during the holiday season. The Atkins diet can help prevent holiday weight gain. You can find more information on the Atkins diet by visiting their website and social channels.
Do you overindulge during the holiday season? What foods or supplements do you use to help stay on track?
This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of Atkins.