Atkins Diet

"The overall message we’re given time and time again is that We Are Not Okay."
Shoulders and Arms work well together as well. All these exercises will be demonstrated in the video at the end of this article
Is your craving for a steak or for a rasher of crisply fried bacon a real physiological need? Not exactly. There is one thing that many animals such as cockroaches, minks, cats and humans have in common -- and that thing is an innate craving for protein.
I feel like I've tried every diet under the sun, but hands down, the easiest one for me to maintain (and get the best results
Reality star Kendra Wilkinson talks to HuffPost Live about the cheating allegations facing her husband, former Minnesota Viking Hank Baskett.
A new study comparing low-carbohydrate diets to low-fat diets is making waves with the finding that cutting down on carbs
Fad diets might be appealing to quickly shed pounds, but they don't lead to lasting weight loss. The key to reaching a healthy weight and staying there is banishing those bad habits and replacing them with healthy, long-lasting routines.
A column entitled "The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease" appeared in the Wall Street Journal on Saturday. To spare you any guessing about where this is headed, I'll tell you right away: the column itself was pretty darn questionable.
We all like to eat. Most of us want to eat well; at least we try to be good some of the time. We all know that how and what we eat directly impact our health and well-being. Yet few subjects are more prone to confusion and distortion than diet and nutrition.
In addition to being the folks who helped demystify whole grain products by creating the whole grain stamp, the Whole Grains
A new diet-a-day will not make the weight go away. What will make it go away is finding and following an eating and exercise plan that works for you, day after day, year after year. Eventually having a fit, thinner, healthy body will no longer be a novelty. It will simply be a way of life.
The study also pinpointed animal proteins as the culprit behind the 74 percent increased risk of death within the study period
By Lesley Rotchford Fad diets come and go, but the idea of dieting itself has been around for centuries. From President Taft
We need dietary guidance that is explicit about foods people should and shouldn't eat. Guidance that says once and for all, "If it glows in the dark -- whether it's low in fructose or not, low in fat or not, low in sodium or not -- step away from the box, and nobody will get hurt!"
Excess dietary sugar is harmful, and among the salient liabilities of the modern food supply. Sugar is not poison, however. And yes, I think the distinction matters enough to keep fighting for it. Here's why.
Tirades are, by their very nature, apt to gain a lot of attention and "go viral." They are dramatic. They are extreme, provocative, and full of intrigue. Hype sells. Unfortunately, much of the time -- it is wrong.
What makes the K-E diet truly appalling is that it transforms a medical therapy into the indulgence of a short-term, short-sighted, vanity-driven whim. It opens up a whole new world of shockingly bad ideas.
The religious overlay that nutrition has taken on is neither holy nor wholesome. It precludes us from breaking bread together. It forestalls the public health progress that could occur if we could all find a seat at a common table.
"Dieting should never become an obsession. This is not healthy as it can be counter productive," Atkins Chief Nutritionist