No sex for Madonna while Guy Ritchie did the cookie diet
Tracy E. Gilchrist | April 16, 2008
LONDON — Madonna�s man Guy Ritchie killed his sex drive with cookies, the pop icon revealed. Filmmaker Ritchie climbed on the trendy Cookie Diet� bandwagon and despite the diet's success, his famous wife, was not pleased with all of the results.
"My husband went on that cookie diet and it was such a turn-off because he didn't want to have sex. He's not on it anymore, thank god!" was the dirty laundry Madonna aired to Johnjay and Rich, a Phoenix-based radio show duo.
Ritchie dropped several pounds on the Cookie Diet, an 800-calorie-a-day diet that Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson have also tried.
But while her husband slimmed down, Madonna was less than pleased with the sexual side effects.
"He did lose weight, but he didn't really need to lose that much weight. I think he did it because all his friends were doing it and he wanted to see if he could do it,� Madonna said.
Sanford Siegal, the doctor who devised the Cookie Diet in 1975, shot back at Madonna�s assertion, saying that he�s "treated more than 500,000 patients" and he "can't recall any of them reporting a similar effect on their sexual appetite."
He added, "In the case of my cookies, they taste good enough but I can't imagine anyone preferring them to sex." Gay Link Content
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