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First, evaluate your past dieting history. If you've been trying to lose weight for a long period of time, you've no doubt tried a wide variety of diets. Take note of the different diets you've tried over the years. Write down the basics of each diet, what worked and what didn't. Also, write down why you didn't stay on the particular diet. Evaluate your experience with high carbohydrate diets. These types of diets include most low-fat and calorie controlled diets. How did you feel while on these types of diets? Were you hungry, obsessed with food or experiencing negative reactions? Or did you feel full of energy and generally good?
If you've had experience with low carb diets, write that down as well. Past the negative effects of the first week, how did eating low carb make you feel? Why did you stop using the low carb diet?
The answers to these questions will help you decide whether Atkins is right for you or not. If you've had good experiences with low-fat diets and bad experiences with other low carb diets, then Atkins is probably not for you. If other low-carb diets have worked but not without difficulty, then you may have been on the wrong type of low-carb diet and Atkins might work better. If you've had bad experiences with both types of diets, then you may have better success with a modified Atkins diet.