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Why You Should Eat More Almonds

Almonds are incredible little nuts. Packed with more fiber, calcium, vitamin E, riboflavin, and niacin than any other tree nut, almonds have been linked to heart disease prevention, bone strength, and even immune system health. The health benefits of almonds have been researched for decades by scientists. Below Atkins has… Lire la suite

Five Reasons to Celebrate National Dog Day

It’s no coincidence that dogs are man’s best friend. Science has proven time and again the many physical and emotional health benefits of owning a dog. This August 26, salute your four-legged friend and all he does for your wellbeing on National Dog Day. Read on for Atkins list… Lire la suite

De bons plats aux légumes faibles en glucides

Riches en vitamines et en éléments nutritifs, les légumes contribuent à la santé globale et réduisent les risques de maladies chroniques comme le diabète et l’obésité. Pour favoriser l’inclusion de ce groupe d’aliments essentiel dans votre alimentation, nous vous invitons à célébrer… Lire la suite

What Are Net Carbs?

What You Need to Know About Net Carbs When you follow the Atkins Diet, you actually count grams of Net Carbs, which represent the total carbohydrate content of the food minus the fiber content. The Net Carbs number reflects the grams of carbohydrate that significantly impact your blood sugar level… Lire la suite

How to Maximize Your Chances of Dieting Success

Now that you know that Atkins is an easy and great-tasting way to lose weight, let's get started! 1. Assemble your Atkins Tool Kit. Here's all you need: A scale A cloth measuring tape Download the Atkins Carb Counter and Acceptable Foods List , 2 Week Meal Plan and Shopping List. Go to … Lire la suite

Daily Life on Atkins

One of the reasons that Atkins remains so popular almost four decades after Dr. Atkins wrote his first book is that it's easy to eat low-carb foods wherever you are. Eating In? If you love to cook and dine at home most nights, it's a cinch to convert classic recipes… Lire la suite

Low-Carb More Effective in Lowering Blood Pressure than Low-Fat and Orlistat

A study recently published in the Archives of Internal Medicine has demonstrated that a low-carb diet is more effective at lowering blood pressure than the weight–loss drug orlistat in concert with a low-fat diet. William S. Yancy, Jr., an associate professor of medicine at Duke University Medical Center and… Lire la suite

Atkins, Family-Style: 8 Atkins-friendly tips for the whole family

Losing weight can be a challenge all by itself, let alone if you are trying to stick to Atkins while juggling the demands of work and your family’s hectic schedule of homework, sports and other commitments. We put together the following eight tips to help you shed the pounds… Lire la suite

Eat This, Not That! Tasty low-carb alternatives to high-carb classics

Just because you’re following Atkins doesn’t mean you have to say good-bye to pasta, chips, or bread. There are plenty of delicious low-carb alternatives that will satisfy your hunger for these favorites while you still lose weight. Get the recipes below and your waistline will thank you! Lettuce… Lire la suite

What are Net Carbs?

When you follow the Atkins Diet, aka the Atkins Nutrition Approach, you actually count grams of Net Carbs, which represent the total carbohydrate content of the food minus the fiber content and sugar alcohols (if in the product). The Net Carbs number reflects the grams of carbohydrate that significantly impact… Lire la suite

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