Low-carb dieters should still keep an eye on calories

08/2/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

One nutritionist says low-carb dieters lost weight at first because they replaced processed food with meat and vegetables, but now food companies are touting higher-calorie foods as low net carbs, minimizing health benefits. An executive at Atkins Nutritionals recommends reducing carbs as part of an overall reduction in calories.

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