One thing is certain: The low-carb revolution embraced by millions of Americans and popularized by a householdname diet has raised carbohydrate awareness and is still evolving. In fact, the low-carb craze is the stuff that moves society forward. It has sparked an emotional debate because of its relationship to the serious concerns of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. It has galvanized opposition that polarized camps and set off the diet wars. It has generated controversy that mesmerized
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