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Atkins Diet Damaging to Heart

A doctors' group has announced what it calls the second heart-related death in a person on the Atkins diet, and is calling for a government //investigation into the safety of that and other high-protein, low-carbohydrate weight loss plans. ....The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine states that a 41-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl died from sudden cardiac arrest while on the Atkins...

Heart damage a consequence of Atkins’ Die

Supporting previous claims new evidence shows the high fat, low carb diet promoted by the Harvard-trained diet guru Dr. Robert C. Atkins (or simply the Atkins' diet) could damage the heart... ..The study found the diet with high fat and low // carbohydrates directly affected the heart's ability to store energy. .. ..For the study, Professor Kieran Clarke and colleagues from the Cardiac Metabolis...

Atkins Diet Could Elevate Bad Cholesterol Levels, Warn Researchers

Switching over to a high protein diet, ignoring low glycaemic index foods such as pasta, green salad, could result in elevation of bad-cholesterol levels, according to results of a controversial diet study//, that would be presented at the National Heart Foundation conference, to be held at Sydney University, this weekend. ......Although diet experts agree that a high carbohydrate diet (low on G...

Hormone Could Be Answer To Atkins' Diet Success

Researchers have probably found why the protein rich Atkins diet is so successful in reducing weight. Rachel Batterham from the University College of London and colleagues// found that a hormone called PYY is responsible for signaling the brain that hunger has been overcome after a meal rich in proteins. ...."People on the Atkins diet don't feel as hungry - that's how it works," Batterham said. T...

Boffins Link Atkins Diet With Bowel Cancer

According to a new research, Atkins diet-low carbohydrate diet can increase the risks of bowel cancer. The research has discovered a decline in the production of a fatty acid in the gut , due to the consumption of carbohydrates. ......The fatty acid butyrate, which protects against colorectal cancer, is produced by bacteria and helps in fighting cancerous cells. Researchers from the Rowett Resea...
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