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Healthy Cooking Oils

Not all fats are bad for you. Good fats, like those that come from vegetables, nuts, seeds, and fish, are an essential source of energy. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, for example, are two types of good fats that have been shown to improve blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease. These fats Read More

5 Tips For A Healthy, Low Carb Halloween

Let’s face it: it’s hard to be healthy on Halloween, a holiday centered on the consumption of sugary candy. But there are small tweaks you can make this October 31 to enjoy a healthier celebration. Atkins is here to help you stick to your low carb lifestyle with these tips for a healthier Halloween. 1. Take Read More

Low Carb Treats for National Dessert Day

Each October 14, Americans dig into gooey treats in celebration of National Dessert Day. Luckily, on the Atkins diet, you can have your (low carb) cake and eat it too. Thanks to easy ingredients swaps—including sugar substitutes and flour alternatives—traditional desserts get the Atkins makeover. Read on for five of our favorite low carb desserts, Read More

Kick Start Your Day with Low Carb Egg Recipes

When you wake up on Friday, October 9, pay tribute to the most celebrated of breakfast foods—the egg—on World Egg Day. Eggs are an excellent source of nutrition, as they contain every single B vitamin as well as a complete range of amino acids. They also house several hard-to-find minerals including iodine and selenium. Atkins Read More

Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day

Fire up the grill and invite your friends and family over for a National Cheeseburger Day celebration on September 18. Atkins compiled a list of low carb cheeseburger recipes that offer a fun twist on the traditional patty-and-cheese combo. Atkins Beef Burger with Feta and Tomato Pull out all the stops and impress your friends Read More

Things to Do in Fall to Stay Active

Fall is a fantastic time of the year to explore the great outdoors. As the temperature starts to drop, it may be tempting to stay inside, but there are plenty of things to do outside. Fall leaves provide a beautiful backdrop to a variety of activities from yard work to bike rides, and the harvest Read More

How to Have a Low Carb Labor Day Picnic

Labor Day is one of the last great grilling days of the summer, so it’s easy to get carried away by all the delectable dishes. In order to keep yourself from overindulging (and winding up with a major food hangover), pack a low carb picnic and head to the nearest park. Not sure what to Read More

Why You Should Eat More Almonds

Almonds are incredible little nuts. Packed with more fiber, calcium, vitamin E, riboflavin, and niacin than any other tree nut, almonds have been linked to heart disease prevention, bone strength, and even immune system health. The health benefits of almonds have been researched for decades by scientists. Below Atkins has compiled some of the most Read More

Good Sources of Food High in Fiber

Tips for Eating More Foods High in Fiber Dietary fiber is an essential component of a healthy diet. You may already know that fiber aids in digestion and helps prevent constipation, but there are many other reasons why fiber is important. When you eat foods high in fiber you feel full faster, which can help Read More

Why Watermelon is the Perfect Summer Snack

If there’s one fruit that epitomizes summer, it’s watermelon. Not only is this fruit refreshing, crisp, and sweet, but it also packs a nutritious punch. One cup of watermelon contains 11g of carbs, so you’ll have to limit your consumption. If you’re on Atkins 20 Phases 3 or 4, or Atkins 40, set aside time Read More

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