R&D Diet Cookie has made a donation to the American Cancer Society through one of the athletes competing in the Society’s DetermiNation Program and challenges all other small businesses to do the same
Online PR News – 11-May-2010 – – R&D Diet Cookie announced that they have made a donation to the American Cancer Society through one of the athletes competing in the Society’s DetermiNation Program and challenges all other small businesses to do the same.
According to The American Cancer Society website, their DetermiNation program (formerly known as Charity Runner) began in Chicago in 1996. The program expanded nationwide in 2007, and now includes a variety of races across the country and is continuing to grow.
The DetermiNation endurance event program is the American Cancer Society’s nation of athletes determined to end cancer. This powerful and inspiring movement saves lives by enabling athletes to dedicate their training and participation in marathons, triathlons, cycling races, and other endurance events to a lifesaving effort to fight a disease that has already taken too many lives.
R&D Diet Cookie has chosen to support athlete Deanna Carter by making their donation in her name. Ms. Carter is in training for the 2010 Rock n Roll Seattle Marathon and ½ Marathon that will be run from Tukwila to Seattle on Saturday, June 26, 2010. For more information on the event and to add your donation, her personal website is:
All proceeds go directly to the American Cancer Society for cancer research.
R&D Diet Cookie is a weight loss program that promotes rapid weight loss. “There is nothing more motivating than seeing the pounds fall off when you weigh” says Dorothy Palmer, Research Scientist with R&D Diet Cookie. “If you are otherwise healthy, the cookie is designed to replace daytime meals… breakfast, lunch and snacks. They completely eliminate hunger and cravings.”
Their website http://www.RandDDietCookie.com describes the cookies as being good for you. “… packed with the best, high quality protein blends, fiber, and good carbs, low in sodium, naturally low in cholesterol, and an excellent source of Omega 3’s and Vitamin E…” and now, “sweetened with stevia!” according to Ms. Palmer.