NEW YORK -- The low-carbohydrate craze isn't fading away. It's just that the numbers change from season to season, stated participants in a recent teleconference on low-carb eating trends. The teleconference was sponsored by Smith-Barney. Matthew Wiant believes low carb, like other diets, experiences a surge in popularity during the turn of the year, when New Year's resolutions are being made. Wiant is senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Atkins Nutritionals Inc., the ...
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