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Atkins fails the long term test

Yet another study points out the negatives of the Atkins diet. Research shows that in the long term, a low fat diet is better as people are less likely to put weight back on as in the Atkins diet. The higher the fat consumption in the Atkins diet, the more likely people were to put weight back on in the long term.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Detroit Free Press

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About: Atkins fails the long term test

Date: November 2004

Source: Detroit Free Press

Author: Marilynn Marchionne

URL: http://www.freep.com/news/health/carbs16e_20041116.htm

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