The Cookie diet was created by Geneva Heathway’s of Tustin Ca. The concept behind this diet is eating a cookie as a meal replacement that is claimed to be nutritious, low fat and full of fiber. The claim is that the meal replacement cookie will help you lose weight by helping to speed up your metabolism, suppress the appetite and assist in fat burning. According to testimonials it tastes good too.
The ingrediets are not listed, which raises a red flag, but they do mention that fiber is the cookie, allowing it to make you feel full without additional carbs. The recommendation is to eat one cookie a day and not more than two.
It suggests a healthy, well balanced diet and exercise plan in conjunction with the cookie diet for optimal results.
Overall, there is not enough information provided to support all the claims made by the cookie diet. As with the Live online diet plan and online dieticians, it promotes 5 small meals a day and encourages light healthy snacks to maintain blood sugar levels and speed up the metabolism. The cookie diet is really just a product that can be used as part of a well balanced healthy meal plan.