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WEIGHTY PROBLEM FOR BRIDES-TO-BE
A quarter of brides-to-be who dieted in the run-up to their wedding did not enjoy the big day because they failed to reach their target weight, according to new research from the diet expert, Atkins. Read more >>
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Atkins Nutritionist,
Linda O'Byrne

Q“Can I eat yoghurts during Induction phase and if so, which ones are best?”

Karen Watts

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LIFESTYLE NEWS EXERCISE
CY-YO
Cy-Yo brings the mind, body and spirit together in a fitness workout. It’s a one hour holistic cardio workout that helps to achieve optimal physical and spiritual results.
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TONE UP THOSE THIGHS
When it comes to toned thighs, there's no exercise better than a squat, so get out your exercise ball and follow these four simple steps, which will guarantee perfectly shaped legs this summer.
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FASHION
BRIGHT BLAZERS
Hot for this summer is the bright blazer trend, which adds interest to any outfit. Nothing makes a colourful blazer more eye-catching than pairing it with simple pieces. Read more >>



CELEBRITY
British TV presenter, model and mum-of-two, Myleene Klass, has launched her first clothing range, which is aimed at busy working women like herself.
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HEALTH AND BEAUTY
FLUSHED CHEEKS
There’s nothing wrong with a bit of blusher now and then and summer is the perfect opportunity to have extra rosy cheeks. However, too much blusher may leave you looking like Coco The Clown! Read More >>
DID YOU KNOW ...
.... That eggs DO NOT raise cholesterol levels and increase health risks?

A large body of research over five decades has revealed no association between eating eggs and heart disease. Eggs are also one of the most nutrient dense foods you can consume - one large egg provides 6g of high quality, easily digested protein and all the essential amino acids.

Eggs are a significant source of a number of vitamins and minerals too. The yolk of a large egg has about 4 to 5g of fat, mainly the unsaturated type and also contains choline, an important substance necessary for fat breakdown and brain function.

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** STAR TIP ** WIN A £25 SHOPPING VOUCHER
This month’s Star Tip has been sent in by Susan Lane from Leeds:

I’m 62 years old and I tried to slim down for many years without success, until I started the Atkins Diet. However, the longer I stayed on Atkins, the more I missed my favourite treat – chocolate! Thankfully, I discovered Atkins’ range of chocolate bars, which have helped me to stick to my diet and lose weight. I would advise any other chocoholics out there to keep a tasty Atkins bar, such as the Chocolate Decadence Bar, with them at all times, so you can avoid unhealthy snacking.

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ROASTED GINGER AND TAMARI SALMON STEAKS

Even if you are planning a staycation this summer you can still enjoy a taste of the orient, with this tasty salmon recipe.

Which is suitable for phases three and four of the Atkins Diet.

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HEALTHY LUNCHTIME OPTIONS FROM ATKINS
Lunchtime can be tricky when trying to stick to a healthy, balanced diet like Atkins, but these five simple tips from nutritionist, Linda O’Byrne, will keep you on the on track and satisfied until dinner time.

1. Eat protein with every meal

2. Add ‘good’ fats to your lunch

3. Eat vegetables or salad with every meal

4. Enjoy a satisfying breakfast that will keep you full until lunchtime

5. Beat lunchtime boredom with a variety of tasty recipes

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ATKINS FOLLOWERS OF THE MONTH
Husband and wife, Roseanne and Paul, started the Atkins Diet in January 2011, after buying the New Atkins, New You book.

The couple found that being more organised in their approach to food shopping and planning meals in advance, by selecting recipes from the website, helped them to stick to the diet, as well as saving them time and money.

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Atkins followers: Roseanne and Paul
Start weight: 11st 7lbs and 14st 6lbs
Target weight: 9st 5lbs and 11st 7lbs
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