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Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet

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There are at least 3 companies who sell numerous versions of The Cookie Diet : Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet ( by a physician from Miami, Florida who has been marketing this cookie program since the 1970′s ) , The Smart For Life Cookie Diet ( which boasts organic cookie ingredients, and also has both a medically supervised and a ‘home’ version plan ) and the Hollywood Cookie Diet, so named because of all of the celebrities who allegedly followed this diet. The second has the most delicious “cookie ” ingredients which include ten percent of the daily worth for iron in each cookie, and 20% of the daily worth for Calcium, Vitamin A, and Vitamin C.

The way in which the diet works is you have one “cookie ” at every meal time and break time to total four to 6 cookies a day ( dependent on your plan ) for a regular calorie intake from the cookies of 5 hundred calories. Then you balance out the day with a healthy dinner composed from lean protein and plants. Your own good meal can have over 5 hundred calories, and your daily intake will still be less than 1200 calories, a level at which most anybody can lose weight rather speedily ( about two pounds every week ).

The concept of meal replacement dieting has been around for a very long time. Some are in the form of shakes, some frozen pre-prepared dinners, some offer bars in different tastes. The diet works in many ways : 1 ) You are taking in a low calorie level so you burn more energy than you eat and the result is weight loss. 2 ) you don’t have to make any calls about what to eat : the cookie, meal, shake or bar is just there for you to open and eat. This is helpful for many people who do not have the time, energy, or willpower to plan each meal and will end up eating the first thing that sounds good to them ( drive thru, snack dispenser, buffet–you get the picture ) on many examples, therefore failing at their weight loss attempts. 3 ) The diet works partly because of taste fatigue–when you are presented with the same food day by day you start losing your taste and your wish to eat. This makes dieting and weight loss a little easier because if you stay on the program, you’re a little less fascinated by eating. The diet can also tempt folks to wander from the plan because it becomes uninteresting. And this, like every other diet, will only work for so long as you can stay on it!

Nutritionally, Dr. Siegal’s cookies aren’t superb for you. They have 2 percent or less of the daily price for vitamins An and C, calcium, and iron. Lucky for you, Dr. Siegal’s company also sells a vitamin and mineral supplement to reassure you remain well-nourished! And what about the cost of these cookie plans? Most of these cookie diets ship the products to you ( you pay for the shipping ) at a pricey $60 per week. I possess a advice for a fitter and less expensive plan.

First, have a breakfast bar and fresh fruit for breakfast each day ( most breakfast bars are strengthened with minerals and vitamins and plenty include a few grams of fiber ). For lunch, select a diet frozen meal. There are countless hundreds of varieties among several brands to choose. This way you can enjoy a delectable lunch every day whether you like Asian cooking or pasta dishes, turkey or chicken, fried veg or old style green beans. For an afternoon snack a low fat yogurt in one of 100 tastes will nourish you with calcium and riboflavin and keep you satisfied until dinner time. Then it is time for your own “sensible meal”. This plan with real food will help you meet the guidelines and recommendations for minerals , vitamins, balance, and variety. You can eat fruit and veg and whole grains and dairy goods. The calories : about the same as the cookie diet ( roughly five hundred before your healthy dinner ) , the cost–about $20 less than the cookie diet… And that doesn’t include your “no shipping ” savings.

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