The Atkins Essentials: A Two-Week Program to Jump-start Your Low Carb Lifestyle

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Harper Collins, Dec 30, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 368 pages

Atkins Made Easier!

Millions of people around the world have already discovered the Atkins Nutritional Approach™ and the remarkable benefits of controlling carbohydrates. Now it's even easier to join the revolution, lose weight, and get healthy the proven Atkins way!

With less of the underlying science and more practical information, The Atkins Essentials gets to the meat of the most popular and effective weight control program ever, providing the basic skills necessary to enable you to lose and keep losing unwanted body fat -- and to keep it off forever!

Providing clear, concise answers to your questions and concerns, The Atkins Essentials is ideal for anyone seeking a healthier lifestyle. For those new to Atkins, it is a quick and effective way to get started -- and for those already on the program, it offers indispensable tips on eating out, stocking your pantry, and more.

Simply put, it is Atkins made easy, with:

  • The ABCs of doing Atkins

  • An effective two-week launch into weight-losing mode

  • Personal modifications to slow or speed weight loss

  • Helpful listings of acceptable and unacceptable foods and

  • Fourteen days' worth of delicious, controlled carb eating ...

And Much More!

So get ready to look great and feel great the Atkins way -- it's easier than ever before!

 

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Contents

WHY ATKINS? 1 What Youll Gain from Doing Atkins
3
Why Atkins Works
21
Getting Ready to Do Atkins
39
HOW TO DO ATKINS 4 The Big Picture
63
The Master List
74
Your First Week on Atkins
87
Your Second Week on Atkins
110
Move It to Lose It
131
Stay Put or Move On?
148
ITS ALL ABOUT THE FOOD
161
BEYOND INDUCTION
231
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
253
Glossary
325
The Science Behind Atkins
349
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