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Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet Impacts More Than Waistlines
Date:4/22/2009

Smart for Life(TM) Is Committed to Doing Their Part for the Environment

BOCA RATON, Fla., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Well-known for its popularity from clients across the U.S. and Canada, the Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet is more than just a cookie diet weight-loss company. It is committed to helping its clients lose weight, gain health and positively impact the environment along the way. Celebrating Earth Day this week, Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet is focused on improving the environment year-round.

Founded by Dr. Sasson Moulavi, MD, a bariatric physician, Smart for Life(TM) is based on his realizations of how food affects our health.

"The concept was developed while I worked as an emergency room doctor and saw the rise in heart attacks in 30-40 year old patients. With this experience, I knew what had to be done. Many other doctors and scientists have helped shape what Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet has become. I believe we have created a revolutionary way for people to eat using our Cookie Diet programs," explains Dr. Sass.

Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet recognizes that food should be free of chemicals such as pesticides and preservatives, and produces its food with triple-filtered water and pesticide-free ingredients. They also make a concerted effort to protect the precious earth from further injury. To that end, the company uses boxes made from sustainable forests for packaging and minimal plastic inside to minimize landfill waste. In addition, suppliers are often chosen based on location in order to decrease fossil fuel waste.

Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet realizes its food must be tastier, healthier and as easy to make while keeping the cost the same as the unhealthy fast food and quick preparation meals available to the public. They are able to achieve this by instructing clients to eat their 60% organic Smart Foods 6 times a day at an affordable cost of under $10/day.

Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet believes that food is medicine; that's why many of its products include natural ingredients that have proven health benefits including reducing cholesterol, increase of bone health, improving intestinal health and maintaining good sugar and insulin levels in normal individuals. Its entrepreneurial spirit pushes the Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet Team to think outside the box to create delicious, health-filled foods people can eat on the revolutionary Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet program while doing its part to protect Mother Earth.

ABOUT SMART FOR LIFE(TM)

Smart for Life(TM) Cookie Diet is a comprehensive weight-management approach to health and wellness which utilizes natural, hunger-controlling foods to deliver visible results. Smart for Life's e-commerce program is the hallmark of the business, providing an accessible weight-loss management program to consumers across the country. Over the past 7 years, Smart for Life(TM) has helped hundreds of thousands of people lose hundreds of thousands of pounds -- improving their health, appearance and happiness. Please visit http://www.smartforlife.com or call 1.877.701.SASS for information.

    CONTACT:

    Lisa Goodman
    561-394-5300 #202
    lgoodman@smartforlife.com

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