You have a good Atkins meal plan…but if you are hungry all day, it's not a diet you can "eat forever". And you are not losing weight, right? so I’m making suggestions for a Higher Protein/Lower Energy approach to a LC Atkins diet that may help. It should at least help you feel more satiated.
If you check the macros of your Atkins vs a Higher Protein plan, it could be considered Not Enough Protein and Too Much Fat. Checking the food indicated, adding a wild guess that your chicken/dinner protein was a large 8 oz piece, you only had 135g protein, and most of that was at dinner.**
A bonus hunger smashing tip from both Marty Kendall and Ted Naiman…eat substantial protein in the first meal of the day!
YOURS: 5 large eggs, 1 T butter 32g protein, 38g fat, 500 cal
Can tuna + 2T Mayo. 33g protein. 8 g fat 225 cal
Chicken (8 oz) + salad + dressing. 70 G protein, 18 g fat 500 cal. **
**EDIT: I checked your earlier posts, you mention having 4 Bratwurst links for dinner. 1 Bratwurst has 9g Protein and 21 g fat. Nothing wrong with brats, but if trying to lose weight, that is only 36 G protein, not my generous 70g estimate.
MY FIRST MEAL: is also 500 cal, also 10-11 am…but it has 78g protein,18g fat.
2 large eggs, 4 oz. egg whites from carton, 6 oz. leftover chicken.
My protein goal is 145 g so I’m half way there and will NOT be hungry.
But I also want to eat enough nutrients, esp. calcium, as a 72 yo woman, so mid afternoon I add a 0% fat Fage yogurt and a scoop of protein powder. Just that snack is 50g protein with only 1 g fat, loads of nutrients and a PE ratio of infinity
If you want to move toward toward a Ted Naiman PE ratio and your goal of 180 G protein, start with more protein in the first meal. No guarantees of weight loss, but remember what you really want is lower fat mass with more lean mass, you want body recomposition, and protein is spectacular for that. If I can do it at 72 (see new photo), you can as well.