Low-carbohydrate diets are reshaping Americans and the supermarkets they shop in. It's been more than 30 years since the late Dr. Robert Atkins published "Dr. Atkins Diet Revolution," which evolved into a cottage industry of low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet books and products. But the medical establishment and conventional wisdom were aligned against Atkins and his followers. Low-fat, not low-carb, was the way to go, they said. The ground shifted significantly in the last year or so as ...
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