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Today’s Reading Menu for February 16, 2013

February 16th, 2013 · No Comments

Kelowna Capital News – Nutritious value of modern day wheat questioned – Chiropractor Markus Thiel talks about his own experience going wheat free as well as the experience of his patients doing the same.

KUTV – Exercising The Brain For Weight Loss – Health expert David Meine says training your brain is the first step to weight loss. He suggests hypnosis to help people undo negative beliefs about their selves.

Wheat Belly – Is gluten on the increase? – Dr. Davis posits the astounding list of problems we have with modern wheat is not due to an increase in gluten content.

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 13, 2013

February 13th, 2013 · No Comments

Wheat Belly – Prisoner to food – Dr. Davis recommends to a person having a very difficult time with their addiction to wheat and sugar that they find a doctor to prescribe naltrexone in conjunction with removing wheat and carbs from their diet.

Harvard Business School – 5 Weight Loss Tips From Behavioral Economists – Tips based on sociological and psychological studies to help you lose weight.

Press Telegram – Nutrition: The truth about weight loss – Tips based on a The New England Journal of Medicine helping you sort through the misconceptions and outdated beliefs and use scientifically sound weight loss strategies.

Mens Health – Get Super-Fit in 25 Minutes – Article suggests that intervals of higher-intensity efforts are just as effective as long endurance workouts at improving health and fitness in people just starting a workout program

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 11, 2013

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Capital Press – Former wheat farmers run gluten-free bakery – A former wheat farmer with celiac disease now operates a gluten free bakery.

NY Times – Fitness May Lower Dementia Risk – Report on a new study that shows that being more fit reduced risk of dementia.

Wall Street Journal – Procrastinating? Unmotivated? Find the Right Fitness Friend to Stay Fit – Find out how an exercise partner to get you out of bed on a winter morning or away from your desk helps ensure that workouts don’t get skipped.

News Observer – How to stick with your plans for a healthier lifestyle – Tips on sticking with your plans for a healthier lifestyle.

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 10, 2013

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Well Being – Less sugar, less weight – Article about how consuming sugar makes you gain weight.

Tampa Bay Times – Mental attitude helps regain momentum in physical workouts – Lavinia Rodriguez talks about focusing your mental energy to get your mind back on track to get yourself going again.

Times of India – Should you follow Eat Clean Diet? – This article talks about The Eat-Clean Diet by Tosca Reno which advocates whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, non fat dairy, lean meats and healthy fats. You should not eat is processed food, refined food and alcohol. Of course most whole grains are refined so that’s confusing.

Wheat Belly Blog – Paleo with personality – Dr. Davis reviews Dana Carpender’s new cookbook: 500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health.

Independent Mail – Your Personal Trainer: Strength training results in more muscle, less fat – Discusses the importance of strength training when focusing on weight loss

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 8, 2013

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Huffington Post – Gluten: The Greatest Enemy of Clear Skin – Talks about the benefits of reducing gluten and sugar in reducing acne.

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 7, 2013

February 7th, 2013 · No Comments

Food Product Design – Ancient Grain May Help Protect Against Heart Disease – Details a European Journal of Clinical Nutrition study of the benefits of khorasan wheat, an ancient grain in protecting against oxidative stress and inflammation.

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 6, 2013

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NY Times – Gluten-Free, Whether You Need It or Not – Fairly in depth article that explores the gluten free phenomenon. Be sure to browse the comments.

Telegraph – Exercise ‘boosts chance of fatherhood’ – For Schmos interested in making little Schmos – this article discusses a Harvard University study that found that watching three hours or more television a day made men almost half as fertile

The Morning Call – Overdoing it on exercise – A discussion about the ill affects of being addicted to exercise.

World of Psychology – Want an Exercise Routine That Works? 11 Questions to Ask – Questions can you ask yourself to find an exercise routine that works for you.

Wheat Belly Blog – Heart healthy whole grains and the new agenda for the Wheat Lobby – Dr. Davis discusses the studies that show whole grains are better than refined grains but the lack of attention to the benefits of no grains.

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 4, 2013

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Some news today about health and fitness:

Hindustan Times – How can you slow down ageing? – Discusses the affects of glycation and advance glycation end products (AGEs).

NY Times – Really? Timing of Meals Affects Weight Loss – This article details a study in the The International Journal of Obesity (who knew) about the timing of eating may affect weight loss.

Pegasus News – Be “SMART” about your New Year’s weight-loss resolution – This article turns the word “smart” into an anagram to give advice about weight loss

The Atlantic – Deciding to Raise a Gluten-Free Kid – A writer discusses her decision to switch her diabetic child to a gluten free diet.

Yahoo News – Midlife Fitness May Lower Dementia Risk – Potential lifelong benefits to your mental health from getting fit are discussed

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Today’s Reading Menu for February 3, 2013

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Here is some interesting information about health and fitness for today:

Times of India – Scientists decode how high sugar levels raise cancer risk News here about how changes in our metabolism caused by dietary sugar impact on our cancer risk.

Brown Daily Herald – Gluten-free lifestyle more than just a fad – Find out about the increase in availability of gluten free choices in restaurants.

JC Online – Paleo diet followers fuel bodies with simplicity, natural foods – Brief description of the Paleo diet.

LA Times – 5 Questions: Diet advice that goes against the grain – The LA Times interviews Dr. William Davis about the problems with modern wheat.

Medscape – Weight-Loss Myths Refuted in New Review – A brief analysis of certain “truths” about fitness and weight loss that may in fact be untrue.

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Which Atkins Products are Gluten Free?

February 4th, 2013 · No Comments

If you are looking for low carb products that are gluten free, you might consider Atkins products which are designed to be appropriate for the Atkins diet. Here is a list of gluten free products that Atkins provided upon request:

Thank you for your inquiry and your interest in the Atkins products that we offer.

The following is a list of Gluten Free Food Products

Advantage Bars (only the bars listed below)
Chocolate Coconut
Almond Brownie
Chocolate Peanut Butter
Chocolate Decadence
Cookies ‘N Crème
Smores
Almond Cream Coffee Cake Mix
Andre’s Carbo Save Rugelach (all flavors)
Beanit Butter
Champion Lyte (all flavors)
Cheesecakes (all flavors)
Cheesecake Mix
Chocolate Covered (Almonds, Hazelnut, Macadamia)
Chocolate Extract
Chocolate Soy Milk
Cinnamon Praline Almonds
Cinnamon Praline Pecans
Crunchers (all flavors)
Devils Food Cake Mix
Endulge Chocolate Candy Bar (all flavors)
Endulge Peanut Butter Cups
Flatbreads (all flavors)
Frozen Fudge Bar Mix
Goldwater’s Senators Chili Mix
Green Tea Concentrate
Ice Cream Mix (all flavors)
Just the Cheese Bar
White Cheddar
Cool Ranch
Just the Cheese Rounds (all flavors)
Ketch-A-Tomato
Lemon Tea Concentrate
Macadamia Nuts (all flavors)
Macadamia Nut Butter
Margarita Mix
Mc Steven’s Cappuccino
Mc Steven’s Cocoa
Mc Steven’s Lemonade
Milk Chocolate Peanuts
Moo Not Soy Milk
Morning Start Bars (only the bars listed below)
Cinnamon Bun
Chocolate Chip Crisp
Chocolate Muffin
Strawberry Crisp
Mousse Mix
Pudding Mix
Pudding Mix (all flavors)
Nutlettes
Oven Fried Chicken Seasoning
Pina Colada Mix
Quiches (all flavors)
Ready To Drink Shakes (all flavors)
Salad Dressing (French, Poppyseed)
Salt Water Taffy (all flavors)
Savory Sides (all flavors)
Shake Mixes (all flavors)
Soft Peanut Brittle
Soufflés (all flavors)
Spicy Pepitas Pumpkin Seeds (all flavors)
Splenda
Sugar-Free Gum (all flavors)
Sugar-Free Jelly Beans
Sugar-Free Mints
Steel’s Fudge Sauce
Steel’s Jams (all flavors)
Steel’s Mango Curry Sauce
Steel’s Pie Fillings (all flavors)
Steel’s Praline Sauce
Steel’s Raspberry Jalapeno Sauce
Strawberry Margarita Mix
Syrups (all flavors)
Thicken Thin Not Starch
Thicken Thin Not Sugar
Whip it Up (all flavors)

We trust you will find this information helpful. If you have additional questions regarding the Atkins Nutritional Approach, please feel free to e-mail us again, or contact our Atkins Information Agents by phone at 1-800-6-ATKINS from 9am to 5pm EST. If you would like to place an order, our Ordering Department is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and on line for your convenience. If you are calling from outside the U.S. and Canada, please reach us at 1-800-757-5324.

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