R And D Diet Cookies Review
What You Should Know
R&D Diet Cookies are scientifically researched dietary food designed to help dieters lose weight. The researchers behind the product claim consuming cookies will curb your appetite and ignite weight loss. Is this the real deal? We will see.
List of Ingredients
- Defatted Soy Flour
- Whole Wheat Flour
- Protein Powder
- Oat Fiber
- Wheat Bran
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Baking Powder
- Cream of Tartar
- Potassium Sorbate
- Guar Gum
- Peanut Butter
- Dried Cranberries
- Dried Apricots
- Cocoa Powder
- Canola Oil
- Soybean Oil
- Olive Oil
- Dry Ranch Dressing Mix
- Ground Cinnamon
- Red Raspberry Extract Orange Extract
- Coconut Extract
- Ground Ginger
- Ground Cloves
R&D Diet Cookies is a product developed by a research scientist searching for an inexpensive solution to curb hunger and possibly assist with weight loss. The idea is not new. The team of scientists researched The Cookie Diet and decided to implement changes. The goal was to show individuals they could lose weight by eating approximately six cookies throughout the day. The scientists state consuming six cookies throughout the day curbs hunger and causes weight loss.
The concern we have with the claims is not that the research isn’t present. There are no ingredients in R&D Diet Cookies creating appetite suppression. The ingredients mirror store-bought cookies. There is protein, but no amount is provided. The total amount of protein per serving is less than six grams.
Another concern we have is the recommended diet plans. R&D Diet Cookies states the cookies are ideal for low-calorie and low-carb diets. The cookies are approximately 70 calories. You would consume more than 400 calories in cookies with little to no regard for actual food.
- The product is available on the official website.
- The ingredient list is available for review on the official website.
- R&D Diet Cookies underwent scientific research.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The product is expensive.
- There are no proven weight loss ingredients in the cookies.
- The claims are not supported by clinical trials.
- The diet plan is not realistic.
Cookies are considered a great snack. The small size allows individuals to place them in a bag and eat them just about anywhere. When individuals think of diet foods, seldom do they consider cookies as the ideal treat. R&D Diet Cookies appears to mislead the dieter into thinking the product is an ideal solution for weight loss. There is no proven weight loss ingredients listed in the product. There is protein included, but less than 5g per serving. We believe the company is hanging its hat on the calories count. Each serving is less than 100 calories. R&D Diet Cookies will not produce weight loss simply by eating the product.