Alternative meals for weight loss have been replacing regular meals lately. Like all other meal replacement diets, Soypal Cookie Diet is a method that promises weight loss by ingesting Soypal cookies regularly.
Soypal cookies are made from okara, a type of soy pulp that can trigger weight loss by keeping hunger at bay, thanks to its stomach-expanding fiber that keeps the dieter feeling full. Apart from being dense with fiber, this product is also loaded with vitamins, minerals (such as iron, calcium, and potassium), protein, carbohydrates, and fats–making it a complete meal. And as such, it is meant to replace one entire meal, preferably the largest meal of the day. The bonus? You save hundreds of calories by relying on these cookies for one meal, as a bag of Soypal only contains 150 calories. The downside? One bag only contains 7 cookies.
To help the fibers expand, one has to consume at least 2 glasses of fluids such as water, green tea, soymilk, fresh juice, and vegetable juice.
Soypal Cookie Diet may or may not be combined with other diet programs. According to anecdotes of users, this is a good stand-alone losing weight method that is not too restricted yet not lacking in good results.
There are a few downsides to this famous Japanese weight loss treat though. For one thing, the cookies’ main ingredient is soy, to which many people may prove quite allergic. Nonetheless, soy is a very healthy protein that actually has commendable properties to its name. Second, this diet lacks a definite program for weight loss. Apart from the fact that the Soypal product must replace lunch or dinner, the program does not outline other things that go along with it such as exercise and diet regimens. Third, it is quite expensive as it is presumably outsourced straight from Japan.