May 2003 Issue
Calories Do Count More Than Carbohydrates
The weight lost while on low-carb diets, such as the popular Atkins Diet, results mostly from eating fewer calories and sticking with the diet as long as possible, not in limiting carbohydrates per se, say researchers from Stanford and Yale Universities.
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