“Their original size low-carb tortillas contain only 50 calories each with three net carbs and a whopping 11 grams of fiber! For women, that's over 40 percent of your recommended daily value for fiber in one serving,” says Harris-Pincus. Use these to make pizza or soft fish tacos. “They also make amazing breakfast wraps stuffed with eggs, black beans, cheese, and roasted veggies,” she says.
Phase 2: Balancing. In this phase, you continue to eat a minimum of 12 to 15 grams of net carbs as foundation vegetables. You also continue to avoid foods with added sugar. You can slowly add back in some nutrient-rich carbs, such as more vegetables and berries, nuts, and seeds, as you continue to lose weight. You stay in this phase until you're about 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) from your goal weight.
An analysis conducted by Forbes magazine found that the sample menu from the Atkins diet was one of the top five in the expense category of ten plans Forbes analyzed. This was due to the inclusion of recipes with some high cost ingredients such as lobster tails which were put in the book to demonstrate the variety of foods which could be consumed on the diet. The analysis showed the median average of the ten diets was approximately 50% higher, and Atkins 80% higher, than the American national average. The Atkins diet was less expensive than the Jenny Craig diet and more expensive than Weight Watchers.[26]

Sprouted grains can increase fiber and antioxidants and might be easier to digest, says Maggie Moon, RD. “The ingredients are simple and wholesome and offer up a good amount of all nine essential amino acids,” she says. Yet, since each slice is 12 grams of net carbs, which is on the higher end, you’ll want to stick with just one and a spread of avocado or nut butter.
“My family's favorite bread hands down is Schmidt Oldtyme 647 Wheat Bread," says Harris-Pincus. "It contains only 40 calories and six grams of net carbs per slice, along with seven grams of fiber.” Plus, it tastes like regular white bread, she says, so you'll totally forget you're eating low-carb bread. It's available in many supermarkets and even Costco.

Healthy fats & oils are back in too: Eating fat does not automatically clog the blood vessels in the way that poring oil down the drain will eventually block the drain. You make your own cholesterol and lipids and are more likely to increase your levels of the more damaging Very Low Density Lipoprotein (VLD), which is made in the liver when you eat a high carbohydrate diet.
It’s really important to first reduce your carb intake from unhealthy sources such as sugary drinks, pizzas, cakes, biscuits, chips, white bread, fruit juices and smoothies. And it is a good idea to get your limited carbs from healthy high-fibre carb foods, such as pulses, nuts, vegetables, whole fruits and whole grains, as well as unsweetened milk and yoghurt.  
Regarding the active dry yeast vs the instant yeast, I actually once accidentally used the instant type and followed the same steps - it still worked, proofed nicely but it is not necessary to proof it, that is true. And no need for honey/sugar either. You can just add it to the dry mix. If you do that, remember to use the same amount of water (do not reduce). Thanks for such a great feedback! 😊
Dave's Killer Bread's best-selling bread, 21 Whole Grains and Seeds, now offers a thin-sliced option that's lower in carbs and calories. While their original version has 22 grams of carbs per slice, Dave's Killer Bread 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced has only 12 grams of carbs and 3 grams of dietary fiber per slice (net carbs = 9 grams). Both versions are organic and the thin-sliced version still delivers 140 milligrams of omega-3 fatty acids and 13 grams of whole grains per 60 calorie slice.