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WOE: South Beach Start Date: 10/07/07

Phase 1 Foods to enjoy BEEF lean* cuts, such as: bottom round eye of round flank steak Ground Beef: extra lean lean sirloin london broil pastrami, lean sirloin steak T-bone tenderloin (filet mignon) top loin top round *lean meat has 10g or less total fat and 4.5g or less saturated fat per 100 g portion. POULTRY (SKINLESS) cornish hen ground breast of chicken ground breast of turkey low-fat turkey sausage (3-6 g fat per 60 g serving) turkey bacon turkey or chicken breast SEAFOOD all types of fish and shellfish (limit those high in mercury and other contaminants, such as swordfish, tilefish, albacore tuna- use light tuna instead- and shark) salmon roe sashimi PORK boiled ham canadian bacon loin, shop or roast tenderloin VEAL chop cutlet, leg top round LAMB (REMOVE ALL VISIBLE FAT) leg, center cut

serving. american blue cheese (does not come as reduced fat. seiten soy bacon soy burger soy chicken. Egg whites and egg substitutes are okay. 2%.loin. DAIRY except for half-and-half. chop or roast GAME MEATS buffalo elk ostrich venison COLD CUTS (FAT-FREE OR LOW-FAT ONLY) boiled ham deli-sliced turkey breast lean deli roast beef smoked ham smoked turkey breast SOY-BASED MEAT SUBSTITUTES unless otherwise stated. including nonfat or low-fat plain yogurt. look for varieties that have 6g or less fat per ounce. or fat-free feta mozzarella parmesan part-skim ricotta part-skim string provolone swiss EGGS the use of whole eggs is not limited unless otherwise directed by your doctor. buttermilk. 1% or fat-free . 1%. so use in moderation) cheddar cottage cheese. unbreaded soy crumbles-1/4 cup (2oz) suggested serving size soy hot dogs soy sausage patties and links tempeh-1/4 cup suggested serving size tofu (all varieties)-1/2 cup suggested serving size yuba (bean curd on sheet) CHEESE (FAT-FREE OR REDUCED-FAT) for hard cheese. look for products that have 6 g or less fat per 2-3 oz. 2 cups allowed daily.

greek yogut. Start with a 1/3-to 1/2-cup serving size. fat-free (2 tbsp) milk. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. or canned without added sugar. frozen. low-fat or nonfat plain LEGUMES fresh. fat-free. napa. yogurt. nonfat half-and half. low-fat plain. savoy) capers cauliflower celeriac (celery root) celery chayote . red. artichoke hearts artichokes arugula asparagus bok choy broccoli broccoli rabe broccoli sprouts brussels sprouts cabbage (green. frozen or canned (without added sugar). or artificially sweetened (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). vanilla. Eat a minimum of 2 cups with lunch and dinner. canned soy beans split peas white beans VEGETABLES may use fresh. adzuki beans black beans bleack-eyes peas broad beans butter beans cannellini beans chickpeas (garbanzos) edamame fava beans great northern beans italian beans kidney beans lentils lima beans mung beans navy beans pigeon beans pinto beans refried beans. 1% or fat-free soymik.

broccoli. summer. almonds-15 .collard greens cucumbers daikon radish eggplant endive escarole fennel fiddlehead ferns garlic grape leaves green beans hearts of palm jicama kale kohlrabi leeks lettuce (all varieties) mustard greens okra onions parsley pepperoncini peppers (all varieties) pickles (dill or artificially sweetened) pimientos radicchio radishes rhubarb sauerkraut scallions sea vegetables (seaweed. Dry roasted recommended. nori) shallots snap peas snow peas spinach sprouts (alfalfa. radish. yellow. lentil. sunflower) squash (spaghetti. bean. zucchini) swiss chard tomatoes (all varieties) tomato juice turnip greens vegetable juice cocktail water chestnuts watercress wax beans NUTS AND SEEDS limit to one serving per day as specified.

15 = 1/2 tbsp oil salad dressing. regular-1 tbsp olives (green or ripe).) sesame seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz..) soy nuts-1/4 cup sunflower seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. pistachios-30 pumpkin seeds. and other nut butters-2 tbsp. Use those that contain 3 g sugar or less per 2 tbsp. dressings labeled "low-carb" may only be used if they meet these guidelines. trans fat-free-2 tbsp mayonnaise.) walnuts-15 FATS AND OILS up to 2 tbsp of the following fats or oils are allowed daily. trans fat-free spreads-2 tbsp. dry roasted or boiled-20 small pecanss-15 pine nuts (pignoli)-1 oz. Monounsaturated oils canola olive (particularly extra-virgin) Polyunsaturated oils or a blend of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated corn flaxseed grapeseed peanut safflower sesame soybean sunflower Other fat choices avocado-1/3 whole = 1 tbsp oil guacamole-1/ c = 1 tbsp oil margarine. natural. peanuts.2 tbsp. dry roasted-1/4 cup filberts-25 flaxseeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.brazil nuts-4 cashews-15 chestnuts-6 edamame. Best choices contain canola or olive oil. low-fat-2 tbsp (avoid varieties made with high-fructose corn syrup) mayonnaise. SEASONINGS AND CONDIMENTS .3 tbsp (1 oz.) hazelnuts-25 macadamias-8 peanut butter. Monounsaturated oils are particularly recommended.

all spices that contain no added sugar broth coconut milk. red. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. candies. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar. lactitol. sugar-free chocolate powder. lite espresso powder extracts (almond. hard.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . no sugar added gleatin. sorbitol. sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. sugar-free gum. fat-free or light-2 tbsp.1 tbsp whipped topping. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. mannitol. They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. sugar-free cocoa powder. sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt. sugar-free syrups.1/2 tbsp shoyu. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) . cayenne. no sugar added chocolate syrup.1 tbsp tamari .1/2 tbsp sour cream.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day. SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet.2 tbsp soy sauce. light or reduced-fat. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black. miso. vanilla. white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce.

look for varieties that have 6g or less fat per ounce. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. vanilla. unbreaded soy crumbles-1/4 cup (2oz) suggested serving size soy hot dogs soy sausage patties and links tempeh-1/4 cup suggested serving size tofu (all varieties)-1/2 cup suggested serving size yuba (bean curd on sheet) CHEESE (FAT-FREE OR REDUCED-FAT) for hard cheese. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). or fat-free feta mozzarella parmesan part-skim ricotta part-skim string provolone swiss . sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktailGAME MEATS buffalo elk ostrich venison COLD CUTS (FAT-FREE OR LOW-FAT ONLY) boiled ham deli-sliced turkey breast lean deli roast beef smoked ham smoked turkey breast SOY-BASED MEAT SUBSTITUTES unless otherwise stated.BEVERAGES caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. american blue cheese (does not come as reduced fat. 1%. low-fat plain. so use in moderation) cheddar cottage cheese. look for products that have 6 g or less fat per 2-3 oz. serving. seiten soy bacon soy burger soy chicken. 1% or fat-free soymilk. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. 2%.

EGGS the use of whole eggs is not limited unless otherwise directed by your doctor. vanilla. 1% or fat-free greek yogut. Start with a 1/3-to 1/2-cup serving size. or artificially sweetened (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). low-fat or nonfat plain LEGUMES fresh. including nonfat or low-fat plain yogurt. yogurt. frozen or canned (without added sugar). nonfat half-and half. 1% or fat-free soymik. or canned without added sugar. artichoke hearts artichokes arugula asparagus bok choy broccoli broccoli rabe broccoli sprouts . fat-free. adzuki beans black beans bleack-eyes peas broad beans butter beans cannellini beans chickpeas (garbanzos) edamame fava beans great northern beans italian beans kidney beans lentils lima beans mung beans navy beans pigeon beans pinto beans refried beans. DAIRY except for half-and-half. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. frozen. buttermilk. canned soy beans split peas white beans VEGETABLES may use fresh. fat-free (2 tbsp) milk. low-fat plain. Egg whites and egg substitutes are okay. 2 cups allowed daily. Eat a minimum of 2 cups with lunch and dinner.

savoy) capers cauliflower celeriac (celery root) celery chayote collard greens cucumbers daikon radish eggplant endive escarole fennel fiddlehead ferns garlic grape leaves green beans hearts of palm jicama kale kohlrabi leeks lettuce (all varieties) mustard greens okra onions parsley pepperoncini peppers (all varieties) pickles (dill or artificially sweetened) pimientos radicchio radishes rhubarb sauerkraut scallions sea vegetables (seaweed. zucchini) swiss chard tomatoes (all varieties) tomato juice turnip greens vegetable juice cocktail . lentil. sunflower) squash (spaghetti.brussels sprouts cabbage (green. radish. broccoli. yellow. summer. red. napa. nori) shallots snap peas snow peas spinach sprouts (alfalfa. bean.

dry roasted-1/4 cup filberts-25 flaxseeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. peanuts. almonds-15 brazil nuts-4 cashews-15 chestnuts-6 edamame. natural.) soy nuts-1/4 cup sunflower seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. and other nut butters-2 tbsp. pistachios-30 pumpkin seeds. low-fat-2 tbsp (avoid varieties made with high-fructose corn syrup) .water chestnuts watercress wax beans NUTS AND SEEDS limit to one serving per day as specified. Monounsaturated oils canola olive (particularly extra-virgin) Polyunsaturated oils or a blend of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated corn flaxseed grapeseed peanut safflower sesame soybean sunflower Other fat choices avocado-1/3 whole = 1 tbsp oil guacamole-1/ c = 1 tbsp oil margarine. Monounsaturated oils are particularly recommended. trans fat-free-2 tbsp mayonnaise.) hazelnuts-25 macadamias-8 peanut butter. dry roasted or boiled-20 small pecanss-15 pine nuts (pignoli)-1 oz. Dry roasted recommended.) walnuts-15 FATS AND OILS up to 2 tbsp of the following fats or oils are allowed daily.) sesame seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.3 tbsp (1 oz.

1 tbsp whipped topping.15 = 1/2 tbsp oil salad dressing. sorbitol. mannitol. sugar-free cocoa powder. sugar-free syrups. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. Use those that contain 3 g sugar or less per 2 tbsp.2 tbsp. Best choices contain canola or olive oil. red. . lactitol. dressings labeled "low-carb" may only be used if they meet these guidelines. sugar-free gum. cayenne. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. hard.2 tbsp soy sauce. light or reduced-fat. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce.1/2 tbsp shoyu. sugar-free chocolate powder. sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly.1 tbsp tamari . sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt.1/2 tbsp sour cream. SEASONINGS AND CONDIMENTS all spices that contain no added sugar broth coconut milk. no sugar added chocolate syrup. no sugar added gleatin.. miso.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . trans fat-free spreads-2 tbsp. candies. lite espresso powder extracts (almond. regular-1 tbsp olives (green or ripe). They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. vanilla. fat-free or light-2 tbsp.mayonnaise.

yogurt. 1% or fat-free soymilk. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). frozen. low-fat plain. 1% or fat-free soymik. low-fat or nonfat plain LEGUMES fresh. vanilla. or canned without added sugar. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. Start with a 1/3-to 1/2-cup serving size. artichoke hearts . low-fat plain. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) BEVERAGES caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet.SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet. Eat a minimum of 2 cups with lunch and dinner. adzuki beans black beans bleack-eyes peas broad beans butter beans cannellini beans chickpeas (garbanzos) edamame fava beans great northern beans italian beans kidney beans lentils lima beans mung beans navy beans pigeon beans pinto beans refried beans. vanilla. frozen or canned (without added sugar). or artificially sweetened (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktailmilk. canned soy beans split peas white beans VEGETABLES may use fresh. fat-free.

nori) shallots snap peas snow peas spinach .artichokes arugula asparagus bok choy broccoli broccoli rabe broccoli sprouts brussels sprouts cabbage (green. savoy) capers cauliflower celeriac (celery root) celery chayote collard greens cucumbers daikon radish eggplant endive escarole fennel fiddlehead ferns garlic grape leaves green beans hearts of palm jicama kale kohlrabi leeks lettuce (all varieties) mustard greens okra onions parsley pepperoncini peppers (all varieties) pickles (dill or artificially sweetened) pimientos radicchio radishes rhubarb sauerkraut scallions sea vegetables (seaweed. napa. red.

sunflower) squash (spaghetti. natural.) soy nuts-1/4 cup sunflower seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. Monounsaturated oils are particularly recommended.3 tbsp (1 oz.sprouts (alfalfa. almonds-15 brazil nuts-4 cashews-15 chestnuts-6 edamame. zucchini) swiss chard tomatoes (all varieties) tomato juice turnip greens vegetable juice cocktail water chestnuts watercress wax beans NUTS AND SEEDS limit to one serving per day as specified. lentil. peanuts. dry roasted or boiled-20 small pecanss-15 pine nuts (pignoli)-1 oz. dry roasted-1/4 cup filberts-25 flaxseeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.) hazelnuts-25 macadamias-8 peanut butter. radish.) walnuts-15 FATS AND OILS up to 2 tbsp of the following fats or oils are allowed daily. bean. Dry roasted recommended. broccoli. Monounsaturated oils canola olive (particularly extra-virgin) Polyunsaturated oils or a blend of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated corn flaxseed grapeseed peanut safflower sesame soybean . and other nut butters-2 tbsp.) sesame seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. yellow. pistachios-30 pumpkin seeds. summer.

2 tbsp soy sauce. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce. candies. Use those that contain 3 g sugar or less per 2 tbsp. fat-free or light-2 tbsp. low-fat-2 tbsp (avoid varieties made with high-fructose corn syrup) mayonnaise. trans fat-free spreads-2 tbsp. trans fat-free-2 tbsp mayonnaise. sugar-free . lite espresso powder extracts (almond.1 tbsp tamari . red.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. no sugar added chocolate syrup. light or reduced-fat.1/2 tbsp sour cream.1/2 tbsp shoyu. SEASONINGS AND CONDIMENTS all spices that contain no added sugar broth coconut milk. Best choices contain canola or olive oil. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. hard.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day. sugar-free cocoa powder. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar.2 tbsp.sunflower Other fat choices avocado-1/3 whole = 1 tbsp oil guacamole-1/ c = 1 tbsp oil margarine. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black.15 = 1/2 tbsp oil salad dressing. vanilla. sugar-free chocolate powder..1 tbsp whipped topping. cayenne. no sugar added gleatin. regular-1 tbsp olives (green or ripe). sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. miso. dressings labeled "low-carb" may only be used if they meet these guidelines.

sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) BEVERAGES caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. sorbitol. vanilla. sugar-free syrups. 1% or fat-free soymilk. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. mannitol. sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktail__________________ cucumbers daikon radish eggplant endive escarole fennel fiddlehead ferns garlic grape leaves green beans hearts of palm jicama kale kohlrabi leeks lettuce (all varieties) mustard greens okra onions parsley pepperoncini peppers (all varieties) pickles (dill or artificially sweetened) . They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. lactitol. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving).gum. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. low-fat plain. SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet.

peanuts.pimientos radicchio radishes rhubarb sauerkraut scallions sea vegetables (seaweed. almonds-15 brazil nuts-4 cashews-15 chestnuts-6 edamame. Monounsaturated oils are particularly recommended. yellow. summer. broccoli. Dry roasted recommended. lentil. pistachios-30 pumpkin seeds. zucchini) swiss chard tomatoes (all varieties) tomato juice turnip greens vegetable juice cocktail water chestnuts watercress wax beans NUTS AND SEEDS limit to one serving per day as specified. dry roasted-1/4 cup filberts-25 flaxseeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. nori) shallots snap peas snow peas spinach sprouts (alfalfa.) hazelnuts-25 macadamias-8 peanut butter. natural.) sesame seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. radish. bean. . sunflower) squash (spaghetti.3 tbsp (1 oz.) soy nuts-1/4 cup sunflower seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz. and other nut butters-2 tbsp. dry roasted or boiled-20 small pecanss-15 pine nuts (pignoli)-1 oz.) walnuts-15 FATS AND OILS up to 2 tbsp of the following fats or oils are allowed daily.

15 = 1/2 tbsp oil salad dressing.Monounsaturated oils canola olive (particularly extra-virgin) Polyunsaturated oils or a blend of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated corn flaxseed grapeseed peanut safflower sesame soybean sunflower Other fat choices avocado-1/3 whole = 1 tbsp oil guacamole-1/ c = 1 tbsp oil margarine. white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly. trans fat-free spreads-2 tbsp.. light or reduced-fat. SEASONINGS AND CONDIMENTS all spices that contain no added sugar broth coconut milk.1 tbsp . trans fat-free-2 tbsp mayonnaise.1/2 tbsp shoyu. Use those that contain 3 g sugar or less per 2 tbsp. low-fat-2 tbsp (avoid varieties made with high-fructose corn syrup) mayonnaise. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar.2 tbsp soy sauce. fat-free or light-2 tbsp. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. miso. dressings labeled "low-carb" may only be used if they meet these guidelines. cayenne.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . red. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black.1/2 tbsp sour cream. Best choices contain canola or olive oil.2 tbsp. regular-1 tbsp olives (green or ripe). lite espresso powder extracts (almond. vanilla.

sugar-free gum. low-fat plain. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) BEVERAGES caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. 1% or fat-free soymilk. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). candies. sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt. They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. sugar-free syrups. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce. no sugar added gleatin. no sugar added chocolate syrup.1 tbsp whipped topping. sugar-free cocoa powder.tamari . SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day. sugar-free chocolate powder. vanilla. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. mannitol. sorbitol. lactitol. hard. sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktail__________________ .

dry roasted-1/4 cup filberts-25 flaxseeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.) sesame seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.) walnuts-15 FATS AND OILS up to 2 tbsp of the following fats or oils are allowed daily. regular-1 tbsp olives (green or ripe).3 tbsp (1 oz. Monounsaturated oils are particularly recommended. trans fat-free-2 tbsp mayonnaise. dressings labeled "low-carb" may only be used if they meet these guidelines.15 = 1/2 tbsp oil salad dressing. natural. Best choices contain canola or olive oil. dry roasted or boiled-20 small pecanss-15 pine nuts (pignoli)-1 oz.) hazelnuts-25 macadamias-8 peanut butter. trans fat-free spreads-2 tbsp.) soy nuts-1/4 cup sunflower seeds-3 tbsp (1 oz.cashews-15 chestnuts-6 edamame. Use those that contain 3 g sugar or less per 2 tbsp. pistachios-30 pumpkin seeds. and other nut butters-2 tbsp.2 tbsp. Monounsaturated oils canola olive (particularly extra-virgin) Polyunsaturated oils or a blend of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated corn flaxseed grapeseed peanut safflower sesame soybean sunflower Other fat choices avocado-1/3 whole = 1 tbsp oil guacamole-1/ c = 1 tbsp oil margarine.. SEASONINGS AND CONDIMENTS all spices that contain no added sugar . peanuts. low-fat-2 tbsp (avoid varieties made with high-fructose corn syrup) mayonnaise.

1/2 tbsp sour cream.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . red. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce.broth coconut milk. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet. white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly. hard. vanilla. They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. sugar-free cocoa powder. candies. lactitol. light or reduced-fat. no sugar added chocolate syrup.1/2 tbsp shoyu. sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) BEVERAGES . no sugar added gleatin.2 tbsp soy sauce. fat-free or light-2 tbsp. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day. sugar-free gum. sugar-free chocolate powder. miso. sugar-free syrups. lite espresso powder extracts (almond. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. mannitol. cayenne. sorbitol.1 tbsp tamari .1 tbsp whipped topping.

or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktail . Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. low-fat plain.caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. 1% or fat-free soymilk. vanilla.

white) salsa (check label for added sugar) trans fat-free cooking spray use the following toppings and sauces sparingly. sugar-free some sugar-free products may be made with sugar alcohols (isomalt. hot pepper sauce "low-carb" condiments may only be used if they are trans fat-free and contain no added sugar.broth coconut milk. lactitol. sugar-free gum. or xylitol) are are permitted on the South Beach Diet. sugar-free chocolate powder. light or fat-free -2 tbsp worcestershire sauce. sugar-free and nutrient-enhanced fudgsicles. candies. lite espresso powder extracts (almond. equal) fructose (count as sweet treats 75-100 calorie limit) saccharin (sweet'n low) sucralose (splenda) BEVERAGES . cayenne. SUGAR SUBSTITUTES acesulfame K aspartame (nutrasweet. They may have associated side effects of gastrointestinal distress if consumed in excessive amounts. vanilla. sugar-free syrups.1 tbsp SWEET TREATS limit to 75-100 calories per day.1/2 tbsp steak sauce 1/2 tbsp taco sauce . hard. miso.1 tbsp whipped topping.2 tbsp soy sauce. red. unsweetened baking type (also for cocoa) drink mix. or others) horseradish and horseradish sauce lemon juice lime juice pepper (black. sorbitol. fat-free or light-2 tbsp. check label for added sugar or monosodium glutamate (MSG) cream cheese. sugar-free cocoa powder. light or reduced-fat.1 tbsp tamari . no sugar added gleatin.1/2 tbsp shoyu. no sugar added chocolate syrup. mannitol.1/2 tbsp sour cream.

1% or fat-free soymilk. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). vanilla. caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. 1% or fat-free soymilk. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. or sucralose-containing (4g or less fat per 8 oz serving). caffeinated and decaffeinated sugar-free sodas and drinks herbal teas (such as peppermint and chamomile) mildk. low-fat plain. sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktail caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. sugar-free powdered drink mixes tomato juice vegetable juice cocktail Pork rinds Heavy whipping cream . vanilla. Be sure that the product does not contain high-fructose corn syrup.caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee and tea (drink caffeinated in moderation) diet. low-fat plain.