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Dr. Atkins' New Diet Cookbook

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2003

    A must for your new life style change!

    The Atkins Program is not a diet, it is a life style change. I have been on several diets in the past 15 years and I have never recieved the incredible results that I have personally recieved using this program. Using the proper ingredients listed in the recipes, will yield you wonderful, tasty meals. This low carbohydrate life style change makes total sense. My husband and I have tried several recipes from this cookbook and had great success. Without these recipes I could not have done so well on the Atkins Program! In the first two weeks I lost a total of 2 inches off my bust, 6.5 inches off my waist, 3 inches off my hips, 1/2 inch off my bicepts and 1 inch off my thighs! I look and feel so much better. My blood pressure came down considerably using these recipes, even without the aid of my medication! This book is a must if you truly care about your health and want to look and feel better. You do have to be committed for this program to work. My health, self esteem and my husband thank you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2003

    AHA and AMA could be wrong after 30 years?

    after 30 years after the first atkins book, AMA and AHA's emphasis on bread, sugar, cereals pasta on it's food pyramid had created lots of obese persons. He could be right after all on his low carbohydrate theory. So, its the food pyramid theory advanced by the AMA and AHA's that is dangerous not Atkins.

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