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The use of session cookies
Many cookies that the Atkins Low Carb Diet website uses are called session cookies, which are also technical cookies. During a session, the website stores status updates and preferences. This enables us to adapt our services to the behavior of our visitors and to make the website as easy to use as possible. This website uses for example session cookies that keep you logged in while surfing on our website, to remember search queries, etc. These cookies will be automatically deleted when you close your web browser. Please note that we only use these cookies to guarantee a user-friendly visit and a proper website performance.
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