Keep in mind that anyone who take the myths about a certain diet and flips them over to make it look like they are truth may have a vested interest in it. I don't mean, necessarily, monetarily, but maybe she is on it.
Also, unlike Registered Dietcians, Nutritionists don't need to have as much schooling to be able to call themselves experts.
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9/3/13 12:04 P
I looked at the blog. I wish the blogger had included links to studies that support her views. But, that said, it's an interesting blog entry and anyone can access the NCBI database at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
In that database, use the search argument: Atkins Diet
You will find plenty of studies about the success and limitations of any diet in the database. What they all have in common: fewer calories, more weight loss!
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I'm glad you shared that JLK.
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