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1 - 4 of 4 Results in 2008
July 17, 2008

Results of a two-year study published in The New England Journal of Medicine report more effective results in weight loss and cholesterol profiles in the low carbohydrate diet when compared to the low-fat diet and mediterranean diet

DENVER (July 17, 2008) – The results of a two-year study, released today in The New England Journal of Medicine, comparing a low-carbohydrate diet like the Atkins Nutritional Approach™ with Mediterranean and low-fat diets, found that low-carbohydrate diets are more effective in achieving weight loss than the other diets, and supported cardiovascular health with favorable Read More

May 29, 2008

Atkins started a diet revolution – now the company is doing it again through science, new products and a new mantra: “Sweet. Sexy. Science.”

DENVER (May 29, 2008) –Atkins™, the name that turned the nutrition world on its head and sparked the biggest single shift in American eating habits with its advocacy of reduced levels of refined carbohydrates and sugars, continues to affect American eating habits today. In fact, according to study findings, 44 percent of adults continue to Read More

March 1, 2008

Dispelling the myths about the Atkins diet

Atkins Nutritionals Inc., a leading player in the weight-loss industry, offers a powerful lifetime approach to weight loss and weight management. The Atkins Nutritional Approach™ focuses on a healthy diet with reduced levels of refined carbohydrates and sugars and encourages the consumption of lean protein, high fiber, vegetables, fruits and good fats. Backed by scientific Read More

February 1, 2008

The Name that Forever Changed the Diet Industry is Set to Lead the Weight Management Category Again Atkins

When the Journal of the American Medical Association ranked the Atkins™ plan as the #1 approach for overall weight loss in a 2007 NIH funded study, the announcement marked the storied turnaround and comeback of one of the diet industries most powerful and controversial names. The results of a two-year study, released on July 17th, Read More