Wednesday, July 11, 2007

The Sweet Escape

BeansTalk ventures that Gwen Stefani had this sweet diet meal substitute in mind when she penned her infamous song. Maybe the Hollywood Cookie Diet is the way she keeps those washboard abs in shape?
Regardless, BeansTalk hears that the Hollywood Cookie Diet is a very popular diet right now.

The Scoop: The Hollywood Cookie Diet is based on the concept of calorie restriction. The diet consists of eating four cookies a day in place of breakfast and lunch. You have 1 cookie for breakfast, 1 cookie as a mid-morning snack, 1 cookie for lunch and 1 cookie as a mid afternoon snack; followed by a sensible dinner. It curbs your appetite and satisfies your sweet tooth at the same time.

The Hollywood Cookie Diet comes in three delicious flavors: chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and lemon. If you like all three, you can get the variety pack. Each package comes with 12 cookies and when taken as directed, lasts 3 days. Each cookie is individually wrapped for eating on the go. The Hollywood Cookie Diet is a good source of fiber and protein and contains more than 13 vitamins and minerals.

The Hollywood Cookie Diet retails for $19.99 per package. Hollywood Diet products are available at Albertsons, Brooks Eckerd, Duane Reade, Longs, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Vitamin Shoppe, and