Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution

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M. Evans, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 329 pages
A major new update and revision, incorporating up-to the minute information on the safety and efficacy of controlled carbohydrate weight-loss, as well as dozens of new case studies, and a two week jump-start program. This all-new revised and re-recorded edition of our very successful Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution audio will be updated throughout with new material, including a new jump-start program, new case studies, new information regarding using the diet safely, and new studies on efficacy of following the diet

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Dr. Atkins' Diet Revolution, published two decades ago, sold millions of copies but was denounced by medical authorities for its unsound high-calorie, low-carbohydrate regimen. Now it's back, slightly ... Read full review

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Atkins updates his 20-year-old best seller, Dr. Atkins' Diet Revolution ( LJ 9/15/72), with a holistic approach to health and well-being. He repeats his controversial, questionably valid premise that ... Read full review

Contents

Dr Atkins Diet Revelation
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What This Book Will Reveal to You
27
Is This You?Three Types Who Need a Ketogenic Diet
36
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About the author (1994)

Robert C. Atkins was a world renowned doctor who has helped people lose weight through his own formula of eating certain types of food and exercising. He was the director of the Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine and hosted "Health Revelations" on the syndicated radio show " Design for Living." Atkins wrote approximately 40 books, each one describing a form or revelation of the diet he created, such as "Dr. Atkin's New Diet Revolution," his first book and followed by others such as "Dr. Atkins' Superenergy Diet" or Dr. Atkins' Age-Defying Diet." Atkins also had a nationally circulated newsletter and an infomercial. Robert C. Atkins died on April 17, 2003 from head injuries sustained during an accidental fall while on his way to work.

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