RALEIGH, N.C. — Bread is out. Meat is in.
If it seems everyone you know is going low-carb, you are not far off. One out of every seven adults is on a low-carb diet.
Even strict carb counters get bored with their choices at restaurants. Eating on the run leaves even fewer options. But with demand comes change.
More restaurants now cater to low-carb diners. Michael Dean's in Raleigh serves a low-carb lunch menu. Even fast-food restaurants like KFC boast carb counts, and Ruby Tuesday has added 30 items to its menu.
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