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    • I believe I must point out that your Gravatar is NOT Silver. I don’t know who that is, but they are NOT Silver.
      Sorry. This had to be said.

  1. In the 1990s, Atkins published an update from his 1972 book, Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution, and other doctors began to publish books based on the same principles. This has been said to be the beginning of what the mass media call the “low carb craze” in the United States.[27] During the late 1990s and early 2000s, low-carbohydrate diets became some of the most popular diets in the US. By some accounts, up to 18% of the population was using one type of low-carbohydrate diet or another at the peak of their popularity,[28] and this use spread to many countries.[citation needed] Food manufacturers and restaurant chains like Krispy Kreme noted the trend, as it affected their businesses.[29] Parts of the mainstream medical community has denounced low-carbohydrate diets as being dangerous to health, such as the AHA in 2001,[30] the American Kidney Fund in 2002,[31] Low-carbohydrate advocates did some adjustments of their own, increasingly advocating controlling fat and eliminating trans fat.[32][33]

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