The Atkins Diet emphasizes eating lean protein and low-starch vegetables and avoiding simple carbohydrates such as flour and sugar. The diet involves a reduced glycemic load (carb content) to keep blood sugar levels in a healthy range.
Atkins suffered cardiac arrest in April 2002, leading many of his critics to ... Atkins'
personal physician and cardiologist, Dr. Patrick ...
Feb 11, 2004 ... Did Dr. Robert Atkins, proponent of the low-carbohydrate diet, die of a ... he was
recovering from cardiac arrest related to a heart infection he ...
Dec 16, 2014 ... The truth about the death of Dr. Atkins. ... which happened to him two years later.
Again, the cardiac arrest was not thought to be diet related.
In April 2002 - a year before his death - Dr Atkins issued a statement saying he
was recovering from cardiac arrest related to a heart infection he had suffered ...
Atkins' Diet and His Cardiac Arrest ... cholesterol, and other associated dietary
factors.<sup>1</sup>” Even though Dr. Atkins' heart may have shown no significant disease of
Apr 26, 2006 ... Inexplicitly, Kathy was in cardiac arrest at 16 years of age. .... About two years
after beginning the Atkins diet, according to Dr. Martin, Jody was ...
Low Carb Research & Studies - Dr. Atkins Did Not Suffer A Heart Attack from the
... As this was not a heart attack (or myocardial infarction), but a cardiac arrest ...
Apr 17, 2003 ... Dr. Robert Atkins, creator of the high-protein, low-carbohydrate Atkins ... In April
2002, Atkins was hospitalized after he went into cardiac arrest, ...
On Tuesday, February 10, 2004 the fall of the Atkins Empire began with the
publication of a ... In April of 2002 he suffered a cardiac arrest and almost died.