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  • Health Benefits From The Atkins Diet
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    In today's society, people's appearance means a lot to them. One of the major things that people focus on is their weight. There are dozens of new diets that people try every year. One of the more popular diets in the last few years is the Atkins diet. Even though it does help you lose weight quickly and easily, it doesn't provide a well nutritional eating style. The Atkins Diet plan was developed by Dr. Robert Atkins over 30 years ago. (5) It revolutionized the diet world. Despite the fact that...
  • Eating A Low Fat Diet
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    The Atkins Diet: Is it Safe and Effective? People in today's society all want to find the perfect solution to their weight problems. They are looking for a diet which would allow them to eat all the foods they love and still loose weight. Dr. Robert Atkins, founder of the Atkins Diet, devised a diet that allows people to eat such food as fried eggs, bacon, steak and other high-fat foods as long as they drastically reduced the amount of carbohydrates they consumed. Is this a safe and effective wa...
  • Atkins Diet
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    Ben Lee Page 1 8/10/2005 Writing 121 Is Atkins good or bad? Take a good look around, and you will see sexy and skinny people staring you in the face in some shape or form by the media. It seems like a propaganda machine that is trying to poison your mind, telling you can only be attractive, if you are either super skinny or super buff. Well folks, I have something to say. Look around and examine the average person. Most people do not look like models. To be attractive is to be thin, so a long-st...
  • Saturated Fats During The Induction Diet
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    The Atkins's Diet In a society where ones' pants size measures their self worth, it is no wonder why "fad diets", have taken over in the struggle to lose weight. Over the past few decades, Hollywood has painted an unattainable image of the "perfect body". Although many celebrities physical appearance may appear healthy, the measures taken to obtain their body, can cause numerous health risks. It seems as though, every time people turn on their television, or flip through a magazine, there is a n...
  • Dr Atkins Diet
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    Proper nutrition and dieting has been quite a controversial topic over the past century. In the past couple decades an enormous amount of effort has been put forth toward infomercials for various products guaranteed to make people lose weight. Some of these products include "ab tronics" which shock the abdominal muscles; in theory they are supposed to simulate the movement of crunches. So, a person would be able to watch television with the belt on and fool their body into thinking he were doing...
  • Last Research The Atkins Diet
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    Human Nutrition Cynthia Hayden University Of Phoenix SCI 220 July 14, 2003 During the last decade, Americans have been trying to loose weight through various weight loss programs. A specific program that endured ridicule since the early 70's, but has finally been approved has an effective diet, which is the Atkins Diet, by Robert C. Atkins, a cardiologist who spoke highly on the dangers of sugar and carbs. Dr. Atkins had been called names by peers and even brought before a senate committee, but ...
  • 1 2 Cup Whipped Cream
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    Individual Paper on a Weight-Loss Program The weight-Loss program I am reviewing is the Atkins diet. The Atkins diet has gained significant popularity within the United States due to its basics allowing you to eat all the meat and cheese you want. According to Dr. Atkins, the cornerstone of the Atkins philosophy is a four-phase eating plan in conjunction with vitamin and mineral supplementation and regular exercise. Further, it is based upon four principles (Atkins, 2003). Phase 1 is the introdu...
  • Atkins Approach To Weight Loss
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    The Atkins diet, a weight loss diet high in protein and low in carbohydrates developed by Dr. Robert C. Atkins, M.D. nearly 30 years ago, is a unique and popular weight loss method that is the subject of much debate. The Atkins diet has basically four phases; the first phase is called the induction phase^1. This phase is where the dieter restricts carbohydrate consumption to 20 grams each day. The dieter receives carbohydrates primarily from salad and other non-starchy vegetables during this pha...

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