Blog: Low-carb sensation

Catherine Sleep | 15 November 2004

Another week, another totally inconclusive low-carb study grabbing the headlines… It’s claimed that Atkins is more effective for men than women. The indication comes after a whopping 28 people took part in a trial.

Stop the front page of The Lancet! Not.

Do excuse me, I briefly forgot that sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.

Atkins diet 'works better on men'


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