We recently had a chance to interview Dr. Sanford Siegal, the creator and face of Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet.
In the interview he defends that his cookie diet is not a fad, we discuss the ingredients used to make the popular cookies, and he tells why at 80-years old he’s still a constant presence at the bakery.
Live from his Florida bakery, Dr. Siegal gives us a behind-the-scenes peek at the very room where his 35-year-old cookie plan is baked and packaged daily.
Click here to watch the video interview, where you’ll also find a giveaway for a Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet prize pack!
The wildly popular Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet recently released a new variation on their classic weight loss program, featuring newly formulated cookies. The Dr. Siegal’s Plan 10X consists of smaller, better tasting cookies that are intended to be eaten more frequently throughout the day.
The classic Dr. Siegal’s cookie diet, which is also still available, is centered around 90-calorie cookies that are eaten six times per day, whenever you are hungry. The New Plan 10X cookies are 60 calories, and one or two should be eaten every two hours, up to 9 cookies per day. On both plans, you will eat a 700 to 500 calorie dinner every day, which should be as healthy and nutritionally balanced as possible.
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What seems like the kind of diet a big ol’ defensive lineman would gravitate towards? Besides something like Atkins or any other diet that would allow them to nosh on steaks every day, maybe one that is centered around cookies.
And that’s what New York Jets defensive lineman Kris Jenkins resorted to in order to drop some excess weight on the eve of his team’s training camp. With the help of Dr. Sanford Siegal’s Cookie Diet, Jenkins lost 34 pounds in the off-season. That brings the 6′ 4″ Jenkins down to 359 pounds, which even by today’s NFL standards is huge.
In a press statement from Dr. Siegal’s, Snooki has officially reached her goal of losing ten pounds. It took the reality TV star three weeks to lose the weight and signature puff. “She is ecstatic about reaching her goal and finally feels comfortable with her weight and image.” According to our calculations, that put the petite Snooki at around 100 pounds, a healthy weight for her four-foot-ten frame.
Snooki says that in addition to eating the meal-replacement cookies she is going to curb her drinking habits. “If I go out I am going to have a drink, but I am not going to have 10 drinks like I usually would,” she said of the party-happy atmosphere that surrounds her.
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