Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less: Your Guidebook for Living a Low-Carb and Low-Sugar Lifestyle
Paperback – December 18, 2018
For more than forty years, Atkins has used proven scientific research to help millions achieve weight-loss goals and improve their health by controlling carbohydrate consumption. Dr. Atkins actually introduced the concept of “ketosis” to the general public in 1972 in his first book, Dr. Atkins’ Diet Revolution. With this book, you too can live a low-carb and low-sugar lifestyle that’s as flexible as it is inspiring.
A BETTER KETO DIET AND SO MUCH MORE: This all-new Atkins guidebook focuses on eating right—not less—for painless weight management and better overall health. Choose the program that works for you: Atkins’ classic approach (Atkins 20®), a better keto diet (Atkins 40®), or small changes that lead to big results (Atkins 100™).
100 DELICIOUS WHOLE-FOOD RECIPES: Not only are the recipes in this book low in carbs and sugar, they contain a healthy balance of proteins and healthy fats, and they are nutrient-dense.
MEAL PLANS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS: Six full weeks of meal plans packed with variety, these healthy takes on classic comfort foods offer simple solutions for eating the foods we love in a healthier way.
Plus, learn about the Hidden Sugar Effect and how to avoid it, and read real-life tips for creating a low-carb kitchen and for setting achievable goals. You’ll see how easy it is to eat right—not less—to reach your weight-management goals and achieve optimal health.
About the Author
As Vice President of Nutrition & Education, Colette Heimowitz is the driving force for nutrition information at Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. She is the nutritionist face to the Atkins Community, which is dedicated to helping people reach their weight management goals. As part of this initiative, she publishes a weekly nutritionist blog, creates content devoted to educating new members about the program, and stays up to date on emerging research on human nutrition. Colette has been a guest on radio programs nationwide, as well as on television networks including CNN, Fox News Channel, and MSNBC. She has more than twenty-five years of experience as a nutritionist and received her MSc in clinical nutrition from Hunter College of the City University of New York.