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    • The Atkins Diet By Will Spivey, Reese Claybrook Destany Gobin Date: 6/30/2013
    • Literary Review Table Will Spivey Team Member Database/ Journal Article citation Summary Statement Will Spivey Nutrition Noteworthy The Atkins Diet: An Unresolved Debate. Nutrition Noteworthy pp.1-5. Christman, Grant. 2002. The Atkins diet uses the theory that carbohydrate consumption is responsible for weight gain. The article talks how the diet is divided into 4 phases and how each relates to the theory of the diet. The article also addresses harmful side effects and opposing viewpoints that state the diet cuts calories and people lose weight because of it. Ultimately, the diet cuts carbs, which in turn cuts calories and forces the body to burn fat.
    • Menu for Menu Analysis Will Spivey Breakfast: Fried eggs and bacon plus a cup of decaff coffee Lunch: Chicken Breast with mozzarella cheese and salad with olive oil Dinner: 8oz of Fried rump steak with spinach and sour cream Snack: 2 slices of ham Food Item Number of Servings Serving Size Total Grams Fried Eggs 2 1oz 56.7 grams Fried Rump Lean and Half 8 1oz 226.8 grams Sour Cream 1.5 1oz 42.525 grams Spinach-Raw 2.47 1oz 70.0245 grams Olive Oil 2 1oz 56.7 grams Romaine Lettuce 6 1oz 170 grams Mozzarella- Part Skim Milk 1 1oz 28.35 grams Chicken Breast Roasted 4 1oz 113.4 grams Bacon-Pan Fried 2 1oz 56.7 grams Eggs- Fried 2 1oz 56.7 grams
    • Nutrient Total Rec. %Total Calories 1605.24 2900 55.35% Protein (g) 200.86 61 329.28% Fat (g) 79.92 96.67 82.67% Carbs (g) 11.63 -- -- Fiber (g) 6.68 30 22.27% Calcium (mg) 721.62 1000 72.6% Iron (mg) 15.49 10 154.9% Sodium (mg) 3648.74 2400 152.03% Potassium (mg) 3174.1 -- -- Phos (mg) 1951.32 700 278.76% Menu Analysis
    • …Continued Menu Analysis Nutrient Total Required % Total Ash (g) 16.6 -- -- vitA (IU) 10994.94 5000 219.9% vitC (mg) 74.2 90 82.44% Thia (mg) 2.01 1.2 167.5% Ribo (mg) 2.03 1.3 156.15% Nia (mg) 47.55 16 297.19% H20% 58.14 Male 19-30 -- satF (g) 30.38 32.22 94.29% monoF (g) 29.39 32.22 91.22% polyF (g) 8.23 32.22 25.54% Chol (mg) 629.59 300 209.86%
    • Literary Review Table Reese Claybrook Team Member Database/ Journal Article citation Summary Statement Reese Claybrook Health.USNews Hiatt, Kurtis. "Atkins Diet." US News. U.S.News & World Report, 07 Jan. 2013. Web. 30 June 2013. The diet is designed to create rapid weigh loss (up to 15lbs in 2 weeks) through the dismissal of carbs from your daily diet. The idea is that the body has stored fat that is not used due to the consumption of carbs (simple sugars) there for there is weight retention. Without the introduction of new fuel the body must burn the stored fat, thus weight is lost.
    • Menu for Menu Analysis Reese Claybrook Breakfast: 3 egg omelet,, 1 ham steak, 1 cup decaf coffee Lunch: 4 slices Salami, 2 cups salad greens (iceburg lettuce) Dinner: 2 chicken rolls (light meat), 1 cup broccoli, 1tsp dressing, 1 cup slad greens (iceburg lettuce) Food Item Number of Servings Serving Size Grams 3 egg omelet 3 1oz 85.05 grams 1 ham steak 3 1oz 85.05 grams 4 slices salami 2.5 1oz 70.875 grams 2 cup salad greens 2 1oz 56.7 grams 2 chicken rolls (light meat) 6 1oz 170.1 grams 1 cup Broccoli 1 1oz 28.35 grams 1 tsp dressing 1 1oz 28.35 grams 1 cup salad greens 1 1oz 28.35 grams
    • Nutrient Total Rec. %Total Calories 874.46 2900 30.15% Protein (g) 70.93 61 116.28% Fat (g) 58.51 96.67 60.53% Carbs (g) 11.32 -- -- Fiber (g) 2.04 30 6.8% Calcium (mg) 148.41 1000 14.84% Iron (mg) 5.81 10 58.1% Sodium (mg) 3424.95 2400 142.71% Potassium (mg) 1145.2 -- -- Phos (mg) 728.87 700 104.27% Menu Analysis
    • …Continued Menu Analysis Nutrient Total Required % Total Ash (g) 11.08 -- -- vitA (IU) 1413.54 5000 28.27% vitC (mg) 69.47 90 77.19% Thia (mg) 0.96 1.2 80% Ribo (mg) 0.92 1.3 70.77% Nia (mg) 16.01 16 100.06% H20% 69.55 Male 19-30 -- satF (g) 16.71 32.22 51.86% monoF (g) 17.29 32.22 53.66% polyF (g) 5.8 32.22 18.00% Chol (mg) 476.85 300 158.95%
    • Literary Review Table Destany Gobin Team Member Database/ Journal Article citation Summary Statement Destany Gobin ProQuest Nursing and Allied Health Source A life-threatening complication of atkins diet. Chen, Tsuh-Yin; Smith, William; Rosenstock, Jordan L; Klaus-Dieter Lessnau. The Lancet367.9514 (Mar 18-Mar 24, 2006): 958. The Atkins Diet is a diet that focuses on eating little to no carbs and lots of protein. In my case study a women was having life threatening results from this diet including symptoms consistent with ketoacidosis; Due to the decreased production of insulin due to starvation. This diet tries to focus on burning fats but can lead to serious effects.
    • Menu for Menu Analysis Destany Gobin Breakfast: 3 boiled eggs (chopped lighlty w/ mixed herbs, butter, and cream) 4 Tukey Links, 1 cup decaf coffee Lunch: Salad (Turkey, ham, chopped egg, cheese, 2 cup salad greens) Dinner: Roasted Lamb, 1 cup Salad Greens, 1 tsp Dressing, 1 cup Cauliflower Food Item Number of Servings Serving Size Grams Butter-w/o salt 1 1 pat 5 grams Cauliflower 1 1 100 grams Salad Dressing 1 1 tsp 5.83 grams Lamb 2 1 chop 190 grams Lettuce (iceburg) 8 1oz 226.8 grams Lucheon Meat 1 1oz 28.35 grams Parmesean Cheese 3 1oz 28.35 grams
    • Menu Analysis
    • Consensus Statement of Group on the Atkins Diet • Adequacy • Balance • Calorie Sound • Nutrient Density • Variety • Expense • Time • Based on Scientific support
    • Adequacy • The Atkins diet is a very unbalanced diet. For the average person, the diet does not provide a healthy amount of carbohydrates. It also does not put a huge emphasis on the consumption of dairy products so often times there is a lack of calcium being consumed. However, you need to keep in mind that the diet is designed for weight loss.
    • Balance • The Atkins diet is heavily set on a high protein mark with low carbs with it. The whole point of the Atkins diet is weight loss. Essentially, it is low calorie but high protein. So from an energy stand point, it is off balance.
    • Calorie Sound • The diet is low on calories with the theory that if you eat a low amount of calories, then the body will burn the fat off of you rather than use the calories you intake. So this diet is low on calories and targeted for overweight individuals that are bent on losing weight.
    • Nutrient Density • The Atkins diet is a very nutrient dense diet. With the small amount of calories that you intake compared to the nutritional value of the diet, the Atkins diet is very nutrient dense. The diet does not encourage the eating of foods like chips, and candy so it definitely helps with eliminating wasteful foods that offer no nutritional value.
    • Variety • Since the diet is low on carbs, the Atkins diet is probably not the best diet to look at in terms of variety. However, the Atkins diet offers a ton of protein options such as beans, meats and such.
    • Expense • Protein is not cheap. Compared to that of a Vegan diet, the Atkins diet can be quite more expensive. However, the portions are so much smaller than what a typical person is eating that it could potentially even out. Personally though, if you are eating more protein than anything else in your diet, then your are bound to be spending more money than normal.
    • Time • Most of the food you eat on the Atkins diet menu is Protein. Most proteins you eat must be cooked. However, you can buy prepackaged meals for the Atkins diet. So if you are looking to cook, you may spend some time cooking your meal. However, if you are willing to buy the food they offer, you can save some time.
    • Based of Scientific Support • Once again, the Atkins diet is based upon losing weight and burning the fat off of your body. The meal selection I chose to be analyzed revealed that if you ate that way for a week you could potentially lose 1-2lbs by the end of the week. For an overweight person trying to shed pounds the Atkins diet is effective and potent.
    • Source for Atkins Diet meal • Typical Day’s Atkins Diet Menu. www. http://www.weightlossresources.co.uk. Kellow, Juliette BSc, RD. • Hiatt, Kurtis. "Atkins Diet." US News. U.S.News & World Report, 07 Jan. 2013. Web. 30 June 2013. • A life-threatening complication of atkins diet. Chen, Tsuh-Yin; Smith, William; Rosenstock, Jordan L; Klaus-Dieter Lessnau. The Lancet367.9514 (Mar 18-Mar 24, 2006): 958.