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Cookies that lead to weight loss? The concept may not be as foreign as you think. Stay with Us here — first we’re going to talk about dieting. It’s a word that often makes Us want to crawl into a hole and hide. We think about all of the diets we’ve tried that have failed us and how our health and wellness goals still seem so far away. A huge part of weight loss has to do with the food you eat every day, but creating and keeping up with the right diet is no easy feat.
Your diet is ruled by two main pillars: convenience and hunger. Rarely do these two things work collaboratively to help you create a healthy lifestyle. It’s hard making them sync up! It’s why so many diets fail entirely or are deemed as yoyo diets. When you’re hungry, a fresh, low-calorie and filling salad isn’t always ready to go. And so, you go to the cupboard and grab something like a pack of cookies instead. It’s obviously not the most nutritious choice, but what if eating those cookies could actually help you lose weight?See it!
Yes, this diet is real — and it’s reportedly been helping people lose and maintain weight for over 40 years. It was created by physician, author and weight-loss expert Dr. Sanford Siegal. Back in the ‘70s, he was writing a book on natural foods that suppress hunger, which led him to formulate a filling food of his own. The Cookie Diet was born!
These cookies come in four delicious flavors, all made with 100% natural ingredients. They’re an on-the-go snack that requires no prep. Just take one bag of cookies with you to eat every day. That’s right, it’s not just one or two cookies, it’s a whole bag! This is especially convenient if you have a long day at work or are a busy mom taking care of energetic kids!See it!
Staying on and following the rules of the Cookie Diet may not only help you lose weight but maintain it once you have hit your goals. One review we saw even noted how they’ve been eating the cookies for decades — since the ‘90s! — to stay in shape. Other reviewers are calling it “absolutely the easiest diet” they’ve ever tried. Even those who “thought cookie diets were a scam” admitted to being shocked by how well this one worked, noticing results within the first week!
Dieters “love how the cookies are so convenient and curb [their] cravings,” noting that each one is “just the right amount of calories” to keep them feeling good and full when they’re on the go. We had to wonder about one thing though. Could diet-friendly cookies actually taste good? We were surprised to see how many shoppers loved the flavors, calling them “delicious”! There’s a reason why the diet has been used by celebrities and reportedly millions of people worldwide, after all.
You can use our exclusive code, USWEEKLY20, to try out a one-month supply for a discount, but in the future, you can always come back and grab up to a four-month supply or even a monthly plan, either focusing on weight loss or maintenance. Happy snacking!See it!
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