The wildly popular high-protein, low-carb diets produced winners and losers in the supermarket fresh departments this year. Most all protein-rich foods, especially meats and eggs, came out on top. Both categories saw increased sales and consumption, thanks in part to the legions who follow the Atkins and South Beach diets, or some variation of them. The weight-loss plans encourage people to fill up on meat, fish, poultry and even bacon, while strictly limiting their carbohydrates. In a ...

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