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How R&D Diet Cookies Can Help You Lose Weight

By Dorothy Palmer

According to an October report from the World Health Organization (WHO), excess weight has reached epidemic proportions globally, with more than 1 billion adults being either overweight or obese.  More people worldwide now die from being overweight and obese than from being underweight. 

Simply cutting back calories does not work for most of us.  It works for some, but those are the ones who are more genetically inclined to be fit and trim anyway.  We all know a few of them.  They are the ones telling us to, “Eat less and exercise more”.  That just simply doesn’t work for all of us and we need to quit thinking it is somehow our “fault” that we can’t lose the weight.

The most common reason for failing is cravings.  We can eat but still crave something we love (chocolate, ice cream, cereal, etc.).  Have you ever just stood at your open refrigerator or pantry to see what you “might me in the mood for”?  There are so very many foods that actually promote cravings such as sugar and other simple carbohydrates.  Even many so-called “diet foods” contain ingredients that promote hunger and cravings.

The second reason for failure is hunger.  We cut back our calories and we are hungry.  There is no getting around this.  Our body likes to maintain equilibrium. If we eat more than it needs, it stores the excess as fat and tells us to move around a bit in order to burn more.  If we eat just a little it tells us, “Stop moving, lay on the couch, watch a move, burn less, eat more, i.e. “hunger”.  Hunger is our body telling us it needs energy (food).  In order to avoid hunger we cut back our calories only a “little bit” but it is not enough to actually lose significant weight.  We may lose a pound or two and in frustration give up.  Failed again.

We have to cut back calories enough to make our body continually use our stored fat for fuel.  In order to do this we have to eliminate the hunger and cravings.  I can recommend a product that eliminates hunger and cravings called R&D Diet Cookie.  This product is a meal replacement cookie that you eat during the day followed by a low-calorie, yet balanced dinner.  The cookies contribute about 400 calories daily and the meal can be anywhere from 400 to 600 calories.  The cookies contain nothing that will promote hunger.  They were engineered to eliminate hunger and cravings so that you are able to stay on your diet. 

This is a very low calorie diet (VLCD) so you have to be otherwise healthy to consider it.  You may want to consult your doctor first.  Explain to her that you won’t be on this plan forever… just a month or two (or three) to jump start your weight loss and take advantage of the fast weight loss you will experience at the beginning.  Also mention that people have been successfully cookie dieting since the 70’s with no adverse effects.


Ms. Palmer is a Research Scientist trained in both Project Management and Analytical Science. She has been awarded 5 patents during her 30 plus years as a Research Scientist.  She is the founder of R&D Diet Cookie and The Low Carb Cookie Diet, meal replacements engineered for fast weight loss.

For more information about cookie dieting visit one of her websites.

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