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Old 08-03-2017, 08:52 PM   #1
whitestars
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Hi All
I would like to know if it's OK to drink 1 cup/day of Silk Unsweetened Almond Milk. It has 30 calories, 2.5 fat. 1 carb, 0 sugar and 1 protein in a cup
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Old 08-04-2017, 04:49 AM   #2
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Hi Whitestars,

Almond milk was not commercially available in Dr. Stillman's time. As it has only 1g of carb and very low fat per 1 cup, you "should" fine with it. Stillman's does allow negligible carbs from nonfat and low fat items foods (i.e. condiments), and he further also allowed nonfat and skim dairy.

However having said that, I do know of someone on normal Atkins induction, who even though that plan is even looser than Stillmans, had to give up the almond milk because it was having some kind of weird inflammatory effect on her, and therefore stalling her loss.

I do think that in all likelihood, you should be ok with 1 cup though. Just see how your body, and your scale, react. Good luck!
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