Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2010
What’s changed about Atkins™? It’s still based on controlling carbs, but now there’s more focus on eating the right carbs, like those in vegetables, berries, nuts, and other whole foods. Atkins™ recommends at least 5 daily servings of vegetables.
It’s now easier than ever to “do” Atkins™. The Balancing Act, along with Atkins Nutritionals, explains how to move from phase to phase of the plan, how to discover your personal carb tolerance, and how to avoid symptoms that sometimes occur as you switch from a carb-heavy metabolism. You’ll also hear advice on eating out, including fast food restaurants. They promise you can do Atkins™ anywhere.
Atkins™ is now far more flexible. You can do it as a vegetarian, and even as a vegan. You can adapt Atkins™ to Latino cuisine or a kosher diet. You can start in any of the first three phases if you prefer. You can choose from two approaches in Lifetime Maintenance, depending upon your carb tolerance. You can decide when and what kind of physical activity you want to add to your program.
Atkins™ is backed by science. Numerous rigorously conducted studies show it to be a prescriptive diet for reducing risk of heart disease, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, as well as a weight-loss program.
Easier and more flexible, you can do Atkins™ anywhere. For more information visit http://www.atkins.com.
About The Balancing Act: The TV show airs on Lifetime Television at 7:00am (ET/PT) -- and is America’s premier morning show that’s about women, for women, and trusted by women. Celebrating life and all there is to accomplish, The Balancing Act inspires and empowers with entertaining and educational segments, placing women in the best position to achieve success in every area of their lives. For information or to view a show, visit http://www.TheBalancingAct.com. For the show’s newsletter go to http://www.thebalancingact.com/join.php. For more details about The Balancing Act, LLC please visit parent company O2 Media Inc. at http://www.o2mediainc.com. For Media-Marketing Relations, contact Limor Windt, (954) 691-1102.