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Sanford Siegal

Sanford Siegal, D.O., M.D., is a physician whose practice, Siegal Medical Group, has treated more than 500,000 overweight patients. He is well known for his books on subjects such as high-fiber diets, hunger control without drugs, and hypothyroidism, but is best known as the “Cookie Doctor.”

Sanford Siegal is the author of Is Your Thyroid Making You Fat: The Doctor's 28-Day Diet That Tests Your Metabolism as You Lose Weight (978-0-446-67710-3), which has sold nearly 40,000 copies.

Packed with step-by-step instructions, meal guidelines, and recipes, Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet Book is the official companion to the revolutionary weightloss program that’s helped hundreds of thousands reach their target weight quickly and effectively.

Fueled by international press reports of celebrity followers including Jennifer Hudson, Kim Kardashian, Guy Ritchie, and Mandy Moore, Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet Book is more popular than ever. In Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet Book, renowned physician and weight-loss expert Sanford Siegal, D.O., M.D., known to generations as the “Cookie Doctor,” describes the dietary regimen that more than 500,000 of his own patients—and those of hundreds of other doctors—have followed since 1975. In refreshingly direct language, Dr. Siegal explains how he engineered a food that controls his patients’ hunger and helps them adhere to a low-calorie diet that brings quick and reliable results, and takes readers on a fascinating, amusing exploration of dieting through the ages, debunking myths and revealing how the Atkinses of his time led him to create his famous cookie.

This book is required reading for anyone who is looking for a safe, fast weight-loss program. It provides real-world advice and practical tools that help readers set and reach their goal weight and, for the first time in the history of dieting, customize their diet in order to reach a goal weight by a specific date—such as a reunion, vacation, or wedding.

In recent months, dozens of major media outlets including The New York Times, Forbes, The Today Show, The Early Show, Entertainment Tonight, and the Los Angeles Times, have reported on the Cookie Diet, and in January 2009, a Cookie Diet success story was featured on the cover of People magazine.

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