Digesting the facts on new Atkins diet


The Atkins diet has changed little since 1972, slashing carbohydrates such as pasta and potatoes and allowing beef, butter and cheese. Now others carry the torch for the late Robert C. Atkins with "The New Atkins for a New You."USA TODAY talked to co-author Eric Westman, director of the Duke Lifestyle Medicine Clinic in Durham, N.C. Question: How is the current Atkins diet different from the original? Answer: We have emphasized that you have to have five servings of vegetables a day. The book hammers home right away at the myth that you don't eat vegetables on Atkins. You have to. That's just sound nutrition. Overall, there has been a large amount of research on low-carb diets, and we incorporated that knowledge into the book.Related Topics:atkins diet plan,free atkins diet plan,dr atkins diet plan,atkins diet phase 1,atkins diet plan,atkins diet food list,atkins diet success stories,low carb foods,atkins diet recipes,atkins diet induction,low carb diet,the atkins diet plan,atkins diet plan menu

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