Weight loss scams abound that provide little or no weight loss benefit.
Since losing weight can be challenging enough and since obesity is so rampant, it’s despicable that anyone would want to take advantage of those who simply want to improve their health.
Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to avoid weight loss scams.
The evidence is shady
Many weight loss scams use strange clinical trials, make outrageous claims and claim that their weight loss secret must be hidden from doctors bent on stopping them.
Many of these gadgets, gizmos and drugs such as electrostimulators and miracle weight loss patches go against everything that we know about the human body.
Despite what these products claim, the only weight loss methods that have ever worked always involve burning more calories than are consumed, rather than using some miraculous weight loss products to make the fat magically disappear.
The product is sold through mysterious vendors
Is the mind-blowing diet secret sold only through underground companies that must resort to the Internet and spamming in order to get their secret out?
If they have to be so secretive, why are they advertising these products on the Internet when the owner of a particular website is so easily discovered through brief research?
And why would markets, which are profit minded, want to hide products that can be so profitable. If there really was a product that could allow consumers to lose weight while eating what they wanted and sitting on the cough, this product would be sold at every pharmacy, health store, and general store in the world.
Hide from weight loss products that…
- Look too good to be true
- Include “magical” ingredients
- Claim that doctors are trying to suppress the information
The truth is that the same old-fashioned weight loss methods are the ones that truly work. Yes, eating healthy and exercising can be a pain. You might have to make extra time to exercise every day.
But there are healthy foods that taste great and are cheap. There are also exercises that really can be fun. I recently bought a WII and I’m actually looking forward to playing their games whenever I finally get home.