THE DOCTOR AMERICA TRUSTS NOW SHOWS YOU HOW TO LIVE LONGER AND FEEL BETTER! World-renowned medical expert Dr. Robert C. Atkins has shown millions how to lose weight and keep it off, eating the foods they like without being hungry. Now he presents a revolutionary program to give you a longer, better, healthier life. This new plan is not just a diet, it's an easy-to-stay-with regimen that combines nutrition and vitanutrient supplements into a unique, age-defying program. You'll learn the safest, surest ways to help: * Add many more years to your life * Boost your immune defenses * Enhance brain function and memory * Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease * Lose weight without restricting calories * Combat adult-onset diabetes Through his bestselling books and his Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine, Americans have trusted Dr. Robert C. Atkins with their health and diet concerns for over twenty-five years. Now he shows us a clear, effective way to feel younger, stronger, healthier, and more energized!
Robert C. Atkins, M.D., was the founder and medical director of the Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine. A 1951 graduate of the University of Michigan, he received his medical degree from Cornell University Medical School in 1955, and went on to specialize in cardiology. He was a practicing physician for over thirty years and is the author of several books. As a leader in the areas of natural medicine and nutritional pharmacology, he had built an international reputation. He was the recipient of the World Organization of Alternative Medicine's Recognition of Achievement Award and was the National Health Federation's Man of the Year. His many media appearances, where he had discussed diet and health, included "Larry King Live," "Oprah," "CBS This Morning," and "CNBC," among others. Many magazine and newspaper articles have featured his work, and he also had a nationally syndicated radio show. Dr. Atkins was the editor of his own national monthly newsletter, "Dr. Atkins' Health Revelations." He died in April 2003.