My fifth and final Atkins audiobook review is of Atkins For Life by Dr. Robert C. Atkins. Released in 2003, the book’s subject matter is crystal clear: it’s about doing Atkins for life. Should you listen to it? Read on for my thoughts.
Whether you’ve lost weight doing Atkins and want to make your success permanent or you’re new to Atkins and are concerned about your health and weight control, Atkins for Lifeis for you. Filled with advice and tips on navigating the everyday challenges that come with eating low-carb in a high-carb world, this audiobook provides a simple and straightforward lifetime program that anyone can follow. With Atkins for Life, finding your ideal weight and staying there has never been so easy or so good!
Those who don’t understand Atkins and think it’s just another crash diet that isn’t sustainable should listen to Atkins For Life. Why? Because they would benefit from the information contained within, which clearly dispels their misinformation about this highly effective nutritional approach and lifestyle.
Atkins For Life is an important book that focuses on lifetime maintenance. It’s broken into two parts: “A Lifetime Plan” and “Eating for Life.” So, you are provided with how to do Atkins, as well as how to keep doing Atkins for the long run.
This audiobook, available to listen to on your Downpour app, should be in every Atkins aficionado’s library. It should also be essential listening for those looking to learn how to live a long, healthy life. Narrated with aplomb by Rick Rohan, Atkins For Life is a concise and impactful audiobook, and I highly recommend it.