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Eco-Friendly Earth Day Activities

On April 22, millions of people celebrate Earth Day, a holiday created in 1970 to honor the earth and raise awareness about pollution. Today, Earth Day is recognized around the world. Do your part to make the world a better place with these Earth Day activities from Atkins. Go car-free for the… Read More

Stress Management Tips

Chronic stress can be detrimental to your health; it can lead to heart disease, depression, digestive problems, and weight gain. Not all relaxation techniques will work for every individual, so it’s important to establish your own go-to stress management tips and tricks so you’ll be prepared next time… Read More

Health Benefits of Walking

Walking—one of the most effective exercises in the world—is totally free and requires no equipment or expensive gym membership. The Department of Health and Human Services recommends most people get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week; a brisk 30-minute walk five times per… Read More

Winter Low Carb Stews to Keep You Warm

The month of February was made for stews; there’s nothing better than snuggling up with a hearty winter stew. Plus, stew recipes often combine heaps of protein and lots of good-for-you veggies. Read on for Atkins recipe suggestions for low carb stew. Pumpkin-Turkey Stew This savory stew combines scallions,… Read More

Natural Mood Boosters for the Winter Blues

Winter brings the darkest and coldest days of the year. For some people, this can lead to seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is often caused by a lack of exposure to sunlight. If you’re feeling blue and wondering how to boost your mood, don’t despair. Read on for… Read More

How to Stick to Your Weight Loss Resolution

A new year, a new you. Congratulations on setting a resolution to slim down and shape up on the Atkins diet! A healthier you is just around the corner. To help you reach your goal, here are some tips on how to stay motivated to lose weight. Familiarize yourself with… Read More

Why Hiking is Good for You

Hiking offers plenty more than just fresh air and a scenic view. It’s one of the healthiest (and least expensive) pastimes you can pursue. If you need an excuse to lace up your boots and hit the trail, November 17 is Take a Hike Day. Whether you wander through a… 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… 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… 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… Read More

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