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Source: Fred Pescatore, MD, changed his entire approach to practicing medicine after working with the late Robert Atkins, MD.

“You can put two people on a low-carbohydrate diet, and A will do well and B will not. Why? There’s got to be a metabolic reason why that happens.”

Fred Pescatore was the last doctor in the world you’d expect to be a low-carb guru. “I hated medicine,” he says. “I truly hated my residency. I hated the fact that people just went to the

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