The Atkins diet is a low-carbohydrate eating plan that emphasizes calories from protein and fats, according the Mayo Clinic. The diet claims to help dieters lose up to 15 pounds during the first two weeks of the program. More »

A few resources that discuss the Atkins diet in detail are the Atkins website, Authority Nutrition and WebMD. The Atkins site outlines the four phases of the Atkins-20 and Atkins-40 plans and provides digital tools, meal... More »

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Foods allowed on the Atkins diet plan include leafy greens, eggs, salmon, butter, yogurt and nuts. Each stage of the four-phase diet emphasizes certain foods over others. More »

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Foods encouraged on the Atkins diet include meats, fatty fish and seafood, eggs, low-carbohydrate vegetables, full-fat dairy, nuts and seeds and other healthy fats. The Atkins diet is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat and hig... More »

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Foods allowed on the Atkins diet plan include leafy greens, eggs, salmon, butter, yogurt and nuts. Each stage of the four-phase diet emphasizes certain foods over others. More »

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According to WebMD, the rice diet plan involves more than rice; it helps a person lose weight by dramatically reducing the calories, fat, sugar and protein in his diet. The plan also incorporates exercise and meditation ... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, the Atkins diet was invented in 1972 by cardiologist Robert C. Atkins. The diet's defining feature is its emphasis on the role of carbohydrates in weight gain. The earliest version of the At... More »

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