BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Low-carb dieters may have put potatoes aside, but vegetables and fruits are still on their plates, according to recent research. In a study completed this summer, The Hartman Group found that among "carb-conscious" respondents, 51% of core low-carb dieters eat at least six servings a week of cooked or raw vegetables and 19% have at least six servings of baseball-sized fruit or half a cup of berries. That's more than the total of respondents in the study ate. Just 38% of ...

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