Atkins and Fat Burning Index Recipes

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One thing is, Dr. Atkins diet disregards the ketogenic properties of foods. Dieters are being encourage to watch only carbohydrate grams.


Meanwhile, to be a ketogenic food, it should meet a certain criterion called ketogenic ratio (we named it Fat Burning Index ™ because this is what it's all about) which depends on not only carb grams but also on the exact proportion between carb, fat, and protein constituents of a food or meal.


The Fat Burning Index of a food is the only thing in the world that can predict whether or not the body will allow to burn its own fat after consuming this food. Here comes the true Negative Calorie Balance: you eat a food that results in less calories stored in your fat depots! To burn body's fat, a food should have Fat Burning Index ™ above 1.5


Here are examples of Atkins recipes with LOW Fat Burning Index ™ (below 1.5) which make them non-ketogenic foods promoting insulin release and blocking fat burning.

Click here to see our recipe samples with high Fat Burning Index ™


Recipe

Fat Burning Index  ™

Carb grams

Cucumber, Mango and Black Bean Salad

0.11

9.5

Japanese Chicken Kabobs

0.45

13

Mexican-Style Oysters

0.58

22.9

Japanese-style Skewers

0.63

20.9

Stir-Fried Shrimp with Jalapeno-Mint-Ginger Sauce & Mango

0.68

20

Spinach Rolls

0.70

23

Pizzettes (Mini Toaster-Oven Pizzas)

0.71

4.5

Warm Scallop Salad

0.75

11

Divine Crab Cakes

0.76

8

Oysters in Muscat

0.78

21.9

Mussels in White Wine

0.79

12.9

Pork Satay

0.84

12

Portobello and Ricotta Crostini

0.94

5.5

Seared Scallops with Orange and Vermouth

0.98

11

Maple Chicken Strips

1.02

0

Leek Quiche

1.05

8

Mini Mexican Pizza Squares

1.08

4

Lidia's Barbeque Shrimp Wrapped in Prosciutto

1.09

2

Prosciutto Chicken Frittata

1.09

15

Oysters and Clams on Spinach

1.11

13

Shrimp with Fresh Herbs

1.12

5

Crab Cakes with Horseradish Cream

1.14

24

Shrimp Marinated in Lemon and Olive Oil

1.14

2.9

Gravlax and Smoked Salmon Terrine

1.17

18

Creole Shrimp Salad

1.18

1

Chicken and Beef Satays with Peanut Dipping Sauce

1.20

2.9

Atkins Garlic Toast Crisps

1.22

2

Shrimp Cocktail with Two Sauces

1.24

1.49

Smoked Irish Cod Roe Timbale

1.25

2.99

Crab Cakes

1.25

9

Goat Cheese Tart with Artichoke and Black Olive "Salsa"

1.27

28

Coconut Chicken Satays

1.32

3

Shrimp in Garlic Sauce

1.32

3.99

Scallops or Shrimp with Pesto and Cherry Tomatoes

1.33

8.5

Baked Stuffed Mushrooms with Sausage and Mozzarella

1.36

0.99

Lobster Salad with Curried Vinaigrette

1.37

15

Garlic Shrimp

1.39

4

Szechwan Sausage Wraps

1.39

11

Spinach-Artichoke Dip

1.42

5

Baked Artichoke-Parsley Cheese Squares

1.45

4.5

Grilled Lamb on Skewers

1.46

18

Goat Cheese Tart

1.47

21

Scallops Wrapped in Bacon

1.48

3.5

Salmon-Stuffed Zucchini

1.48

1

Spicy Maple Chicken Wings

1.48

3.2

Lemon-Ginger Shrimp

1.49

2.99

 

Here are examples of recipes from our collection, with Fat Burning Index ™ (above 1.5) which make them ketogenic foods inhibiting insulin release and promoting fat burning.


Recipe

Fat Burning Index  ™

Carb grams


Caponata

1.57

4.00

Beef Roulades

1.58

8.00

Scallop Cocktail with Avocado

1.62

3.50

Atkins Red-Pepper Pancakes with Smoked Salmon

1.66

3.00

Bayonne Ham and Sheep's Milk Cheese Terrine

1.69

3.00

Pigs in A Blanket

1.70

4.00

Classic Gefilte Fish

1.70

5.00

Savory Nut Mix

1.73

7.50

Savory Meatballs

1.80

0.50

Popcorn Garlic Shrimp

1.81

1.50

Western Ham Roll-Ups

1.81

1.50

Smoky Chicken Wings

1.82

2.00

Garlic Dill Meatballs

1.82

1.50

Shrimp Boil with Spicy Butter Sauce

1.83

6.00

Baked Goat Cheese and Ricotta Custards

1.84

3.50

Grilled Chicken Paillards with Dijon Mustard Sauce

1.86

3.00

Herbed and Spicy Steak Tartare

1.87

2.00

Baked Eggplant Puree

1.88

2.50

Marinated Queso Fresco

1.89

3.00

Brie Cheese and Chicken Sandwiches

1.91

14.00

Nutty Meatballs

1.97

1.50

Beefsteak Tomato Stack

1.98

13.00

King Crab Dip

2.00

1.00

Baked Goat Cheese with Garden Lettuces

2.02

26.00

Barbeque Steak

2.02

7.00

Smoked Turkey and Cheddar Spread

2.04

2.00

Feta and Olive Meatballs

2.04

14.00

Deviled Eggs

2.05

2.00

Creamy Crab Dip

2.11

1.00

Cattle Ranch Beef Spread

2.15

3.00

Chicken Liver Pâté

2.21

1.20

Chicken Tenders in Tarragon Cream Sauce

2.23

2.00

Spicy Crab Dip

2.32

0.50

Baked Brie with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pine Nuts

2.35

0.50

Prosciutto Pillows Stuffed with Goat Cheese

2.37

2.00

Cheese Straws

2.45

1.00

Guacamole

2.59

2.00

Marinated Goat Cheese with Fresh Oregano

2.61

1.00

Beef Carpaccio with Arugula and Caper Vinaigrette

2.71

1.00

Sweet and Spicy Nuts

2.93

2.50

Buffalo Chicken Wings

3.02

5.50

Sesame-Tofu Dip

3.18

1.50

Green Olives with Lemon and Rosemary

3.19

2.00

Black Olives with Lemon and Fennel

3.38

2.00

Chipotle Grilled Chicken Skewers

3.47

1.00

Italian Tuna Pâté

3.88

0.00

Chile Roasted Macadamia Nuts

4.09

2.50

Bagna Cauda

4.91

1.00

Satay Sauce

5.68

2.00

 

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