Low-Carb Lifestyle Getting A Major Platform With Taubes’ ‘Good Calories, Bad Calories’

Filed under: In The News — @ October 29, 2007

It has now been one month since the most talked about health book in years was released to the public. But Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes is already penetrating the culture with the low-carb message and having a positive impact on the lives of so many people who have never heard the basic principles of livin’ la vida low-carb so brilliantly explained.

Sure, people like the late great Dr. Robert C. Atkins, Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades, Dr. Barry Sears, and many others have been trumpeting these concepts for years, but Taubes has ushered in a new wave of interest that will quite frankly do more for the cause of the controlled-carbohydrate nutritional approach than anything else in the years to come.

Regular readers of my blog have been able to keep up with all the latest news and information about Gary Taubes and his blockbuster book in my blog posts here, here, here, and here. There’s been plenty more to happen with Good Calories, Bad Calories since I last updated you, so I’d like to share that with you today.

Click here to see the very latest on the Gary Taubes book, including a new chapter-by-chapter discussion, an exclusive interview from Atkins Nutritionals, Taubes’ response to a negative book review, a positive LA Times interview and MUCH MUCH MORE! Get caught up NOW!

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