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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 18:53
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Plan: Atkins? Protien Power?
Stats: 220/193/150 Female 5'6"
BF:Unknown
Progress: 39%
Location: Arctic, Canada
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I am sad to hear of his passing. A radical thinker who helped to improve the lives of others...... He will be missed..
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 18:58
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Plan: Atkins/CAD/Now?
Stats: 216/210.5/110?? Female 5 feet 0 inches
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Progress: 25%
Location: Illinois St Louis area
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I get a newsletter from the Atkin's Center and earlier this week then sent out a letter on how the Atkin's Diet team would continue on in the event of his death. They were assuring people that he had already handed over many of the functions to others to continue his work. So this WOE isn't going to disappear.

So sad to have lost him so soon after discovering him
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 19:41
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Plan: Atkins - OWL
Stats: 295/230/220 Male 79 Inches
BF:??
Progress: 87%
Location: Kentucky, USA
Unhappy Goodbye friend I never met

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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 19:41
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 182/149/145 Female 65"
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....Just when the mainstream medical industry is starting to eat crow and pay positive attention to Dr Atkins' way of eating. Ironic.

My condolences to his wife and his mother.

judy
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 20:54
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 185/170/140
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Very sad and very tragic! The world lost a great man!
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 21:04
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Plan: Modified Atkins style
Stats: 267/249/195 Male 76 inch
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Progress: 25%
Location: South FL
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What else to say? Sad. Condolences to the family:-(
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 22:05
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Unhappy so sad about Dr. Atkins

I am so sad to hear that Dr. Atkins passed away... words cannot express my emotions. I have been off and on (mostly on) this way of life for about 2 years and even though I didn't know him personally, he touched my life in more ways than I can count. I have learned confidence in myself from changing my life by this way of life -

My heart is sad for his family which is left behind. And although he is not on this earth any longer, I feel happier in my heart to know he is in heaven and is shining down upon us all.

I know we all feel the same...

Here's to Dr. Atkins - a true angel.

Nancy
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 22:44
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 151/128/110 Female 5'1.5"
BF:Yes
Progress: 56%
Location: Tempe, Arizona
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Thank you for your nice post. I had not heard that he passed away. His family will be in my prayers. He has touched my life for sure. What an amazing human being.
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 23:05
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Plan: Atkins since sept 22/02
Stats: 205/165/150 Female 5'8
BF:32/28/22
Progress: 73%
Location: toronto
Angry oh no

I was horrified to hear that Dr. Atkins had passed away. I had hoped he would recover. I will think of him every day since his books have a prominent place in my house and never get put away. Sincerest best wishes to his family.

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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 23:11
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Plan: Atkins (Pre-Maintenance)
Stats: 160/135/130 Female 5'5"
BF:35%/28%/22%
Progress: 83%
Location: New York, NY
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How did Dr. Atkins impact your life?
Share your story with the Atkins Center
They are requesting those interested to share their stories in up to 500 words. Here is a link: Share your story- Dr. Atkins' Legacy

Thought this was nice.
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Old Thu, Apr-17-03, 23:40
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Plan: Skinny Me Diet
Stats: 345/212.5/210 Male 6'4
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Progress: 98%
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The one thing that symbolizes best to me Dr. Atkins, is the fact you can do his diet for FREE. Does he sell books, vitamins, and food? He sure did. BUT, he gave you every single thing you could ever need for free on his website, including hundreds of recipes! Because deep down he wanted every single one of us to get healthy and learn his way of eating, even if we never bought a thing from him.

This may sound dumb, but I had dreamed of getting to my goal weight and meeting you one day and having you sign my book. For some reason I always pictured this meeting with me wearing my pants that would then be 10 sizes too big and wearing suspenders to hold them up

RIP DR A......because of you many of us will now live to see 60.
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Old Fri, Apr-18-03, 00:16
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 180/174/168
BF:17.4%
Progress: 50%
Location: HONG KONG
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yes, condolences to the Atkins family and friends.

Can see why everyone's upset, at least he didnt suffer and die of heart disease / failure, this way he can protect his legacy, he went painlesly. God had mercy on him for his good works IN HELPING OTHERS..

I offer the Serenity Prayer which befits all who struggle with consumption temptations of whatever kind, this prayer I associate with Mr Atkins:

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change , the COURAGE to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. Amen


bYE MR ATKINS AND THANKS A MILLION FOR HELPING ME TO QUIT SMOKING 1 YR AGO TOO

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Old Fri, Apr-18-03, 01:16
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Plan: Atkins,PP
Stats: 202/147/120
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Progress: 67%
Location: Singapore
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I read about his death on the papers this morning.

Condolences to his family & friends....

For all of us fiercely loyal to the Atkin's legacy, let us continue his fighting spirit for the well being of all human beings.....

If anyone asks me about my most important turning point in life, it has to be Atkins.

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Old Fri, Apr-18-03, 01:39
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Plan: Atkins, modified
Stats: 195/175.5/140
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Progress: 35%
Location: Bay Area, CA.
Unhappy Good bye Dr. Atkins

The world has lost a great man. Thank you for showing me a new way to lose weight and live more healthy. My sympathy for his family.
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Old Fri, Apr-18-03, 01:41
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 232/205/147 Female 73"
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Progress: 32%
Location: Nottingham, UK
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This is so gutting, Dr Atkins was a real fighter.

At least we know that now he'll receive the recognition he deserves.
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