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09/09/13

Low-Carb Snacking Gets a Bite-Sized Twist with New Atkins Candies

The New Snack Line Expands Existing Product Portfolio beyond Shakes, Bars and Frozen Meals Read More

06/09/13

New Entrees Added to Atkins Frozen Meals Line

Available at Walmart Stores Nationwide in June 2013 and Additional Retailers in July 2013 Read More

02/27/13

New Research Demonstrates a Diet Rich in Healthy Fats Is Good for Your Heart, Beating Out LF Diets

The Atkins Diet Advocates for Healthy Fats, Vegetables, Nuts, Seeds Read More

02/25/13

New Meta-Analysis Demonstrates the Benefits of a Low-Carb Diet, like the Atkins Diet, in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes

A low-carb diet, like the Atkins Diet™, showed greater improvements in glycemic control biomarkers for type 2 diabetics. Read More

02/13/13

Joseph E. Scalzo Named President and Chief Executive Officer of Atkins Nutritionals, Inc.

He succeeds Monty Sharma who remains on the company’s board of directors. Read More

12/10/12

Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. Launches New Mobile App

Losing Weight and Counting Carbs Just Got Easier On the Go Read More

12/05/12

Atkins Introduces Deliciously Different Low-Carb Meals to the Freezer Aisle

Available in Supermarkets Nationwide in January 2013 Read More

11/11/12

New Study Demonstrates That A Low-Carb Diet, Like The Atkins Diet, Reduces The Risk For Heart Disease, Reduces Inflammation

When overweight or obese people lose weight, they can have a significant reduction in inflammation throughout their body, as measured by three common markers. Read More

10/22/12

New Study Demonstrates that a Lower Carb and Lower Sugar Diet Reduces the Risk of Cognitive Impairment

The study found that people who consume more protein and fat relative to carbohydrates are less likely to become cognitively impaired. Read More

09/30/12

New International Study Demonstrates the Power of Low-Carb Diets In the Fight Against Diabetes

The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 170 million people worldwide have diabetes and this figure is expected to more than double by 2030. Read More

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