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ABC's The View Welcomes Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet Creator Sanford Siegal, DO, MD
Date:12/18/2009

NEW YORK, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- This morning on ABC's hit television show The View, renowned physician, author, and weight-loss expert Dr. Sanford Siegal, a regular feature in the national press, discussed his six-cookies-a-day weight loss program, hunger-satisfying foods, and latest book with hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd. On Monday, a Dr. Siegal's COOKIE DIET® success story was inducted into The Joy Fit Club on NBC's Today Show.

Dr. Siegal is six months into a worldwide media tour to promote his latest book, Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet Book: How a Doctor and His Cookie Helped 500,000 People Lose Weight Fast (2009, Hyde Park Publishing Ltd., 320 pages, ISBN 978-0-9822728-3-19999).

"I had a wonderful time talking about Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet with Sherri and Whoopi," said Dr. Siegal. "Everyone associated with The View was gracious and genuinely interested in presenting information that would benefit viewers who want to reach a more healthful weight."

Dr. Siegal's appearance today on ABC's The View was his latest in a perpetual string of major broadcast and print media profiles. This year, the Miami-based physician's venerable weight-loss brand has appeared on the covers of People magazine and The Wall Street Journal, and in more than 200 other media outlets including The New York Times, ABC's Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, and Canada's CityTV network.

"There are probably multiple reasons why the public is fascinated by Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet. Perhaps the most compelling reason is that it's been helping people lose weight for nearly 35 years whereas the lifespan of most diet approaches seems to be about fifteen minutes," said Matthew Siegal, president and CEO of Dr. Siegal's Direct Nutritionals, LLC. "I think the world accepts that, after 35 years and well over 500,000 dieters, that doctor's funny-soundin
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