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Not sure if these are any good because I haven't tried them yet but the price looks good compared to similar products. This is my first time posting so sorry if I miss anything.

5.80 normal price. 2.39 with s&s. 2.60 for me with taxes.

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Not trying to argue with you, but if you are really looking to make healthier eating choices, you shouldn't be relying on cookies or other treats for basic vitamins.

No arguments here Smilie Healthy eating is the best plan, of course. I am just saying for someone who needs a boost, wants to make a "healthier" snack choice, wants a treat but also wants some vitamins....this is not a bad option.
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Just out of curiosity, would you say that to somebody who had a drinking problem?
I think I know what you're getting at, so go ahead and say it. You're implying that eating unhealthy treats, for fat people, is like alcoholics drinking.

Many people will actually tell you that total abstinence is not the only way to success, and the feelings of failure that come with a setback can be incredibly disheartening, such to the point that they cause people to entirely give up trying to change or get better. There are alternatives to the T-total abstinence preached by AA, believe it or not, and there is evidence that they can provide better overall long term outcomes. I am even more sure that the same is true of diets.

And when we are talking about "a few extra pounds" rather than extreme obesity, there is really no need to completely deprive oneself of all sweets and treats. I lost 50 pounds on a keto diet last year, and I still enjoy a candy bar, a nice cookie, some ice cream, or whatever now and then. Traditional treats we grew up with as a part of our culture are quite comforting, and can be enjoyed in moderation if one learns how and when to indulge.

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I'm trying to gain weight. Will this still count as a meal for me?
Have two, they're small. Smilie
Cheaper cookies will be much more cost effective for you "morbidly skinny" folks, LOL.
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these a really good served with chimichurri. nod
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I applaud you for losing 50, but your advisement of telling people to completely cut out a food/treat isn't sound advice. That's why diets fail. You have to live a little, all in moderation. This is infinitely better than a regular cookie.
Yeah, alcoholics should have a shot of scotch once in a while. You should live a little.

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Have two, they're small. Smilie
Cheaper cookies will be much more cost effective for you "morbidly skinny" folks, LOL.
Hey now, 19.9 BMI is no joke. Think I'll take your advice, tho. Time for some caramel delights
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Yeah, alcoholics should have a shot of scotch once in a while. You should live a little.
You should read my post, and do a little research of your own. Clearly, your mind will be blown. Perhaps you've been conditioned beyond learning new ideas, but total abstinence is not the only way, and maybe not even the best way. And alcoholism is not exactly the same as obesity or being a little over weight.

Edit: I'm assuming you're being sarcastic or flippant, but maybe I'm wrong on that.
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You should read my post, and do a little research of your own. Clearly, your mind will be blown. Perhaps you've been conditioned beyond learning new ideas, but total abstinence is not the only way, and maybe not even the best way. And alcoholism is not exactly the same as obesity or being a little over weight.

Edit: I'm assuming you're being sarcastic or flippant, but maybe I'm wrong on that.
Ehh, they're in the same boat of bad habits. I agree that moderation is good. but yeah, forgot the /s
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Are there really any cookies that couldn't replace a meal?
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Ehh, they're in the same boat of bad habits. I agree that moderation is good. but yeah, forgot the /s
I guess we'll have to agree to agree and disagree about some of this stuff. I think alcoholism is more than a bad habit, and poor eating can be but similar but isn't necessarily the same thing. Moderation can work in either case, as can total abstinence, but results vary with the person.

I tend to stick to a strict diet, most of the time, but allowing cheat days and even cheat weeks keeps me from getting discouraged so much that I give up entirely and don't go back to my healthier ways. It's the same way for some alcoholics - a drink or three now and then (or even regularly) is not the same as falling off the wagon entirely, which many who attempt T-total abstinence still do anyway.
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The pics some ppl posted of their cookies in the reviews made me laugh. It's like 2 completely different products lol
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I guess we'll have to agree to agree and disagree about some of this stuff. I think alcoholism is more than a bad habit, and poor eating can be but similar but isn't necessarily the same thing. Moderation can work in either case, as can total abstinence, but results vary with the person.

I tend to stick to a strict diet, most of the time, but allowing cheat days and even cheat weeks keeps me from getting discouraged so much that I give up entirely and don't go back to my healthier ways. It's the same way for some alcoholics - a drink or three now and then (or even regularly) is not the same as falling off the wagon entirely, which many who attempt T-total abstinence still do anyway.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_addiction
There's some interesting reading there
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Dang it people, let's concentrate on what is most important here. How does it taste?
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$2.14? Sure, why not.
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