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Stanford Study Weighs In on Popular Diets

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Stanford Study Weighs In on Popular Diets

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Stanford Study Weighs In on Popular Diets

Stanford Study Weighs In on Popular Diets

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Researchers at Stanford University recently published a paper that examined four popular diets. The study found that the low-carbohydrate Atkins diet led women to lose more weight and generally see better "overall metabolic effects."

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Christopher Gardner , assistant professor of medicine, Stanford Prevention Research Center, Stanford University School of Medicine

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