Majority of low-carb dieters are in ‘calorie denial’

Filed under: Study — Tags: — @ May 6, 2004

According to a new survey commissioned by Slim-Fast, 52 percent of Americans trying to reduce their carb intake see no need for counting calories, believing they can lose weight and keep it off by cutting carbs alone. The results show most low-carb dieters are in a state of “calorie denial.” According to the majority of doctors (76 percent) interviewed in a separate survey, this attitude can hurt chances for long-term weight loss success.


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