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Date:9/8/2008

s them in his South Florida medical practice, Siegal Medical Group (http://www.DrSiegal.com). Since 1975, more than 500,000 of Dr. Siegal's own patients, and those of 200 other physicians he has supplied, have lost weight with the help of his hunger-controlling foods. Dr. Siegal insists that those who aren't his patients consult their own physicians while on any kind of reduced-calorie diet.

The hunger-suppressing quality of Dr. Siegal's cookies, shake mixes, and soup comes from his proprietary mixture of amino acids and the process he uses to make it. For 33 years, Dr. Siegal has personally mixed every batch of his secret protein formula with his own hands in his private bakery near his Miami medical clinic. The formula is known only to Dr. Siegal and his wife who often joins him in his bakery for the three- to four-hour formula-mixing sessions.

For nearly all of its 33-year history, Dr. Siegal's COOKIE DIET(R) was available only to Dr. Siegal's patients and those of other physicians. In May 2007, however, Dr. Siegal and his son, Matt, a former dot com entrepreneur who co-founded two companies that comprise NASDAQ-listed software company Vocus, Inc., formed Dr. Siegal's Direct Nutritionals, LLC and took the doctor's famous cookies to the general public via http://www.CookieDiet.com, drugs stores and spas, and its own retail outlets. The company now operates eight locations in Arizona, Florida, Virginia, and New Jersey. A ninth location will open soon in Beverly Hills, two blocks from Rodeo Drive.


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