Cookie diet refers to a low-calorie diet based on a hunger-controlling meal replacement in the form of a specially formultated cookie. There are a number of cookie diets currently on the market, such as the Smart for Life Cookie Diet, Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet, Hollywood Cookie Diet and R&D Diet Cookie. All require 4 to 6 cookies per day, sometimes in addition to other food, such as one meal of six ounces of meat in the case of the Siegal diet.
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... developed a proprietary mixture of certain amino acids and baked them into a cookie intended to control his patients' hunger ... He instructed his patients to consume six cookies (approximately 500 calories) during the day to control hunger, and a dinner of approximately 300 calories in the evening ... His "cookie diet" was an immediate commercial success, and within a few years his practice had grown to 14 clinics in Florida and 10 in Latin America ...
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