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The Atkins diet is not a new phenomenon. The diet first appeared in the late 1970s and has grown popularity in recent years in response to the low-fat diet craze. As dieters had trouble with low-fat plans, they searched for a new solution and Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution book found a new audience.

A lot of people have jumped on the Atkins bandwagon and there has been a lot of hype as a result. But what are the basic principles of the Atkins diet?

The Atkins diet is based on a theory of why we get fat. According to Dr. Atkins, the over-consumption of carbohydrates and simple sugars leads to weight gain. The way your body processes the carbohydrates you eat have more to do with your waistline than the amount of fat or calories that you consume. In his book, Atkins outlines a phenomenon called “insulin resistance.” He theorizes that many overweight people have cells that do not work correctly.

This handbook also includes:
Atkins And Appetite Suppression
Atkins And Diabetes
Atkins And Exercise
Atkins And Intestinal Problems
Atkins And Ketosis
Atkins And Sugar Cravings
Atkins And Unprocessed Foods
Atkins Cost Saving Tips
Atkins Criticism

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All New Atkins Diet Guide
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July 20th, 2014
Super easy to read - like Cliff notes for Aitkins. I found I had a better understanding of the program in a short period of time.
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