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As Low-Carb Craze Wanes, Atkins Revamps Its Diet



 
 
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Old April 11th, 2005, 02:20 PM
warehouse
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wendy wrote:
warehouse wrote:
equinox wrote:

warehouse wrote:


People don't stay on diet period. It doesn't matter which one.

Are you a fatalist, faddist or fatist?

What's the problem? It's true. People don't stay on diets.



Prove it.


Take a look on pubmed for a number of studies on the subject. Up to

95%
of people gain back every pound they lost on their diet, plus most

gain
back more.


Sorry Wendy, nice try. Doesn't do much to bolster Equinox's
gratuituous assertion.

BTW, how much do you weigh and how long have you been using "that"
excuse for staying fat?

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Old April 11th, 2005, 03:55 PM
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warehouse wrote:
Sorry Wendy, nice try. Doesn't do much to bolster Equinox's
gratuituous assertion.

BTW, how much do you weigh and how long have you been using "that"
excuse for staying fat?



You might want to take a look at
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/q...t_uids=8651838.
Then click "related links" in the upper right hand corner.

And we know there's no excuse for people like you.
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Old April 14th, 2005, 10:58 PM
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I am amused that the demand for the "low carb specialty" foods is on the
decline and thus it is assumed that low carb is on the outs. It is
possible that people are spending less on the specialty stuff and just
eating regular ole low carb stuff. Salad and green vegetables, meat, you
know that regular ole food is pretty low carb too.
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370/275/270
Single malt scotch is awesome (NO it does NOT have carbs as DON'T vodka,
gin, rum, bourbon, etc generally)
Malt can be made low carb through the judicious use of yeast.
Low carb beer? Uh...yeah.
Read the books.
You can have more than eggs for breakfast.
Yes calories do count.
Ketosticks are not neccessary to lose weight.

Email: Actually my feet are big not medium.


I agree with your post. I don't buy specialty foods at all.
Lean meat, skinless chicken, whole grain bread, Fat free cheese and milk,
fresh veggies and fruit. works fine for me. A good diet is in the grocery
store...if you choose right.

Jim
270/175/175



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