Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, August 30th, 2004
While recipe books for diets like Atkins and South Beach are gospel for many in the United States, the American craze for low-carb versions of brownies, breads and pasta hasn't crossed the Atlantic to the Continent.
Only Britain, where junk-food habits and ample figures often mirror those of their American cousins, is turning into an island of low-carb fans.
"The Atkins Diet craze that has gripped America will not result in Germans eating more sausage and...
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