The emergence of Atkins Nutritionals from Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month is more than a story about a company on the rebound. It is an important reminder that - in the health and wellness business, at least - it's better to focus on long-term lifestyle changes than to jump on hot trends. At the height of the low-carb phenomenon, led by the Atkins diet plan, the company marketed more than 300 products. Now, it is back to offering some 60 items centered around its original nutrition bars ...

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