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Alyssa Milano—Welcome to the Atkins Family!

September 8, 2015

One of the things I love most about working at Atkins is seeing the changes people make when they embrace this low-carb lifestyle. It’s not just about losing weight or improving health; it’s about gaining energy and confidence. I love meeting these people, hearing each and every one of their stories, and seeing how enthusiastic they are to help others succeed on Atkins. This makes Atkins so much more than just a “diet” when you see the real faces behind it. And for this reason, I’m quite excited to introduce another “face” of Atkins—Alyssa Milano. You may be familiar with her work as a child actor on Who’s the Boss. She has continued to work through most of her adulthood in both television and film, and she’s also launched a clothing line and works tirelessly doing charity work on behalf of children all over the world. In addition, she’s married and a mom to two young children. Just like any of us, she juggles a lot of responsibilities, and she finds it very hard to put herself first. She turned to Atkins as a way to help lose some stubborn pounds slowly and healthfully, while gaining some much-needed energy to keep up with her hectic lifestyle. She was looking for a way of eating that she could share with her family, that focuses on a variety of whole foods and convenient low-carb Atkins products that keep her going, even when she’s on-the-go. I look forward to hearing about Alyssa’s journey, and learning from her! Please join me in welcoming her to the Atkins Family!

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