New Atkins For a New You: The Ultimate Diet for Shedding Weight and Feeling Great

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Ebury Publishing, Sep 30, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 416 pages
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New Atkins For A New You is an alternative to the original Atkins diet, which allows you to lose weight successfully and emerge with a healthier, firmer body. This new diet offers all the benefits of the original diet, including the freedom to eat luxuriously and feel completely satisfied, a metabolic boost giving you more energy and weight loss that never comes back, but it also has these enhanced benefits:

- More flexibility in what you eat
- Allows you to include carbohydrates in your diet
- Trains your body to burn fat for energy rather than banning fats altogether
- Includes more options for vegetarians, vegans and those who want to limit their meat intake

This breakthrough new diet provides all the benefits of the original Atkins diet in an improved, simplified form that can be tailored to your individual needs and sustained for the rest of your life.

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Not what I expected.

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His second book Dr. Atkins New Revolution goes into much more detail. Buy that one instead of this one. Bunch of recipes. Read full review

just what I wanted

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About the author (2011)

Dr Eric C. Westman is the Director of the Lifestyle Medicine Clinic at Duke University. He is an expert in low carb diets, diabetes and obesity, and insulin resistance.

Dr Stephen D. Phinney is a Professor of Medicine Emeritus at UC-Davis. He has 25 years of clinical experience as a director of multi-disciplinary weight management programmes. He is an expert in low carb nutrition and metabolism, fatty acids, inflammation and the metabolic syndrome.

Dr Jeff S. Volek is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Connecticut. He is an expert on low carb diets, exercise and nutrition, weight loss and dieting, and dietary supplements.

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