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8/17/11 8:30 P

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I agree with the others. A "diet" means you're not going to do it forever, and when you go back to eating "normally" the weight will come right back. A healthy lifestyle change means committing yourself to some permanent changes - scary, I know, but if you make little changes bit by bit you'll find the weight coming off and staying off.

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8/16/11 7:00 P

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I did it once but as like any other weight loss diet, once you stop your way go back up.

I am doing it again, but this one is the Hollywood cookie diet. I eat the cookie just for craving.

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8/16/11 7:28 A

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I haven't tried it, and like Lizzy said, don't bother.. You don't want to be on a "diet". Diets fail. you want to make a lifestyle change..

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8/16/11 5:27 A

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I honestly wouldn't bother....I haven't tried it myself, but it is a silly fad.

If you are going to eat, eat real food, not a "diet cookie".
This kind of "diet" doesn't teach you how to eat properly or potion control at all, in my mind it could make things worse because when you "finish the diet" and start to feel hungry you'll reach for non-diet cookies/sweets instead of fresh/healthy non-processed snacks.


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8/16/11 4:31 A

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I am just curious. Has anyone ever tried Dr Seigal's cookie diet? Would like to hear your experience on it if you had.

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