Healthline says: “As you approach your goal weight and advance through these phases, your daily carb allowance increases, allowing you to incorporate a greater variety of foods.”
The Atkins diet can help those wanting to reintroduce small amounts of carbohydrates back into their diet soon after starting it.
You can reintroduce 80-100 grams of carbs per day for ongoing weight maintenance.
The Keto diet involves reducing your total carb intake to less than 50 grams per day for the whole duration of your dieting.
The website says: “While keto is a moderate-protein approach, with about 20% of calories coming from protein, the Atkins diet allows for up to 30 percent of calories from protein, depending on the phase.”
Overall, Atkins is a less restrictive approach and may be more suitable for those wanting to try a diet first time.
Also you can eat a wider variety of foods such as more fruits and vegetables, which isn’t usually allowed on the keto diet due to the amount of hidden carbs in these foods.
However both diets can help with weight loss and burning fat to reduce your overall body weight.