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  • High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet May Help With Tough-to-Treat Epilepsy

    High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet May Help With Tough-to-Treat Epilepsy

    Eating a low-carb, high-fat diet could help control epilepsy that is difficult to treat, according to new research. A review of five studies found that a ketogenic, or modified Atkins diet, that focuses on foods like bacon, eggs, heavy cream, butter, fish and green vegetables, could help reduce seizures in adults whose condition doesn't improve with medication.

  • Plump to pumped in 12 weeks

    Plump to pumped in 12 weeks

    PUMPED: Scott Mazzuchelli has entered the Max's Weight Loss Challenge 2014 after his dramatic weight-loss regime over the past 12 weeks at Oddbods Gym and at home. ODDBODS: Oddbods Gym owner Carol Atkins and Scott Mazzuchelli who has entered the Max's Weight Loss Challenge 2014 after his dramatic weight-loss regime.

  • Dr. Oz: Kendra Wilkinson talks cheating scandal, 55-pound ketogenic weight loss

    Dr. Oz: Kendra Wilkinson talks cheating scandal, 55-pound ketogenic weight loss

    Kendra Wilkinson Baskett discussed her husband's cheating scandal, postpartum depression and her 55-pound ketogenic Atkins weight loss on the Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Mehmet Oz spoke to Kendra Wilkinson Baskett about her husband's cheating scandal, her 55-pound ketogenic Atkins diet weight loss and postpartum depression on Monday's episode of the Dr. Oz Show .

  • Low carb high fat Banting and Atkins ketogenic diets challenge Paleo popularity

    Low carb high fat Banting and Atkins ketogenic diets challenge Paleo popularity

    There's a new word to add to your weight loss vocabulary; Banting. It's a high fat low carb diet which was developed prior to Dr. Robert Atkins' famous ketogenic plan.

  • Gluten Intolerance

    Gluten Intolerance

    In 1998, the Atkins Diet began to sweep the nation as millions of Americans excitedly substituted cheese and hamburgers for bread. The low-carbohydrate, high-protein approach to weight loss spun consumers into a meat-loving frenzy, and food manufacturers followed with low-carb and no-carb versions of their best sellers.