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4-Count 2.3 Oz SlimFast Bakeshop Meal Replacement Cookie (Double Chocolate Chip) EXPIRED

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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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Just out of curiosity, would you say that to somebody who had a drinking problem?
Alcoholism and losing weight are two totally different things. You can't be serious.
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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.
Heaven forbid you don't eat cookies anymore. eye roll
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Honestly, cookies are healthier than this junk. A handful of ingredients versus paragraphs. It's sickening that they can pass this off as healthy by flaunting the protein and fiber. Get a Complete Cookie if you're wanting a healthier version of this, but I'll stick to Toll House or Ghirardelli in moderation with cardio.
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I'm assuming you just eat 1 cookie right? not all 4?
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I'm assuming you just eat 1 cookie right? not all 4?
1 cookie is the reccomended portion
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The idea is to fundamentally change what your brain considers a treat- to train your brain to react to a chocolate chip rice cake w/ almond butter in the same way that it previously reacted to a chocolate chip cookie from starbucks.
In most cases, it doesn't work. This is why "eating only healthy foods" while doing strict exercise doesn't last. If you're eating grilled chicken for breakfast, lunch, and dinner while maintaining a healthy exercise routine, you will fail and will fail hard. It might work for a few days, weeks, or months but it will catch up to you and it will drag you to failure.
In order to keep your health in check, your diet has to be sustainable. If in your mind you know that whatever you're eating tastes okay at best, your mind and body will reject it sooner than later. So unless you GENUINELY love what you're eating by taste and how much it fills you up, it will not last.

My plan in life? I build and maintain enough muscle that it eats through my calories even if I decided to take a week off the gym. Well it's not actually a life plan that I'm trying to achieve, I already achieved it. I still eating eggs+bacon and a cookie of choice. I also visit Chipotle often(yes yes, I hear the restroom stories but I don't get any of that) and quite frankly, my body chews through the calories faster than I can eat. This means that you have to put in the work as healthy eating is only half way there to keep your body weight in check. Most importantly, I can tell you very well that I didn't try to trick my body into liking things that my mind knows it won't like. Just like how your body knows you're not trying as hard as you could at the gym, your body knows that you're not feeding it something tasty. Tasty food doesn't have to be unhealthy by the way, some guacamole, lemon(Tabasco works as a replacement if you like spicy), and proper seasoning on grilled chicken can make it taste good and also be very nutritious.

I'm not saying this to brag about achievements but to point out that it'll be easier and better to actually do some physical activity(don't cheat, your body will know it) and eat mostly what you want vs cutting out what you want and trying to trick yourself into what you don't want(deep down, your mind will know that you're cheating yourself). With that said, I would not go with these cookies being meal replacements or even cookie replacements in general lol.
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If in your mind you know that whatever you're eating tastes okay at best, your mind and body will reject it sooner than later. So unless you GENUINELY love what you're eating by taste and how much it fills you up, it will not last.
The idea is exactly based on the above... to fundamentally change the brain to react to a chicken or salmon sandwich in the same way that it once did to a double patty bacon cheeseburger from five guys. The better food no longer tastes okay at best because it's not being compared to the problem food.You get there incrementally: double to single bacon cheeseburger, bacon cheeseburger to cheeseburger, cheeseburger to hamburger. Next you'd start getting chicken sandwiches from chik-fil-a instead. Spread that process over a year and if you were once going to five guys on a regular basis you'll have lost several pounds. The following year you'd work on taking that further or a different problematic food. Intermittently eating double bacon cheeseburgers esp. during the initial stages of this process entirely thwarts it. Once you establish the habit you may find that you no longer have the same craving for a giant burger that you once did. I definitely agree this is very difficult and doesn't work for everyone. It's behavior change and everyone navigates that in their own way.
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4 cookies for $2.40?
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The idea is exactly based on the above... to fundamentally change the brain to react to a chicken or salmon sandwich in the same way that it once did to a double patty bacon cheeseburger from five guys. The better food no longer tastes okay at best because it's not being compared to the problem food.You get there incrementally: double to single bacon cheeseburger, bacon cheeseburger to cheeseburger, cheeseburger to hamburger. Next you'd start getting chicken sandwiches from chik-fil-a instead. Spread that process over a year and if you were once going to five guys on a regular basis you'll have lost several pounds. The following year you'd work on taking that further or a different problematic food. Intermittently eating double bacon cheeseburgers esp. during the initial stages of this process entirely thwarts it. Once you establish the habit you may find that you no longer have the same craving for a giant burger that you once did. I definitely agree this is very difficult and doesn't work for everyone. It's behavior change and everyone navigates that in their own way.
Agreed. I haven't had a weight issue for a few years now, retraining my brain to not crave artificial sweeteners and unnaturally hyper-flavored foods is my focus this year. That, I think, is the biggest issue - artificial hyper sweeteners and what not, in nearly EVERYTHING, and those same things are typically ultra cheap, because its all easily mass produced through artificial means. It is an addiction and its why food companies use it, to make you want more and more.

People can still indulge on decadent REAL cookies with real butter and sugar and what not, they don't always have to be healthy plant based ingredients, but I think these cheap, processed mass produced fake cookies are among the worst dietary choices a person can make - after smoking and alcohol. Eat the real thing in moderation, actually treat your body to a real treat, not cheap processed junk. Diet sodas are my main weakness, but there is more than enough evidence out now that they are pretty unhealthy and the main culprit in some serious health ailments, and they keep your brain susceptible to bad cravings.
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I always get my health and dieting advice from a deal website.
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I always get my health and dieting advice from a deal website.
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Wish it was the same deal for peanut butter chocolate chip.
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Maintain a caloric deficit and drink lots of water. That's in addition to regular cardio and strength training.
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Maintain a caloric deficit and drink lots of water. That's in addition to regular cardio and strength training.
Yeah the water thing definitely is what most people are missing in life. Too often do people mistake dehydration for hunger.
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These are very dry and not very tasty.. but if you are ok with just forcing something down for the sake of your diet and to replace a missed meal... I guess even something dry and not very good tasting will do.
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