I have been looking at and comparing all sorts of ways of eating and lifestyle changes in an effort to find one that not only I feel I can stick with as a way of life but one that really jives with what I know to be true and right for my particular body.
Well, Atkins hits all the green lights so far...
I'm very amazed at everything I have read so far both here and online - especially the success stories here! And I will certainly read the book before I truly commit myself. But before I track the book down at the library, perhaps you can save me time by answering a question:
Does Atkins say anything about gall bladders? I had mine removed in January of this year and I am just wondering if he has anything to say about that in his book.
I don't react badly to fats these days and didn't really have to change anything since the removal (though I should have so I would have kept the weight off...), but I don't want to set anything off if he doesn't think this way off life is right for those who don't have a gall bladder. (Honestly, I don't see why it would be a problem unless I was already reacting to fats.)
Thanks for the help!