Have you noticed you’ve put on a few pounds over the last six months thanks to eating at home while working from home, stress eating or pigging out on take out? Now, more than ever, we’ve realized how important it is to be proactive about our health. That starts with reducing carbs and sugar, because science continues to show that a low carb approach has many benefits beyond just weight loss, such as helping to avoid the development of metabolic syndrome, which includes risk factors for heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. In fact, a study has shown that participants who were able to lose 5 to 10 percent of their weight were 22 percent less likely to develop metabolic syndrome.
Small changes can really lead to big results, and this is where my new book, The Atkins 100 Eating Solution© comes in. The average American eats about 240 grams of carbs a day, as part of the carb-heavy and sugar-laden “Standard American Diet”. With Atkins 100 you reduce your carb intake to a doable 100 grams of Net Carbs a day. You experience many of the benefits of a low carb approach while enjoying a full variety of food, including many low carb foods that contain nutrients that can also help boost your mood, avoid spikes in blood sugar, reduce stress and strengthen your immune system.
The Atkins 100 Eating Solution is a personalized low carb approach that works for the whole family. You’ll find shopping lists, meal plans (easily modified for Atkins 100, Atkins 40 or Atkins 20), tips for eating out or ordering in and more than 50 brand-new low carb recipes, featuring 15 to 20 grams of Net Carbs each, with suggestions for adding or removing ingredients depending on how many Net Carbs you’d like to eat. In addition, I show you how you can tweak Atkins 100 to work with a variety of popular diets, such as Paleo, Mediterranean, Whole 30 or vegetarian.
I am excited to share this new book with you, which includes a foreword from Atkins spokesperson Rob Lowe. If you pre-order The Atkins 100 Eating Solution right now, you’ll also receive an e-booklet with even more low carb recipes. (We had so many delicious low carb recipes that it was so hard to pick just 50 for the book. I’m excited I can share these extra recipes with you!)
 Always consult a physician before making any changes to your nutrition or health programs.