One way to chop thru the hype of all the weight loss products is to be awfully doubtful of any product that claims it can get a huge amount of weight off in a very short short time. When they have “testimonials” of people who lost thirty pounds in 3 weeks, that is either a fake testimonial or a very unhealthy product. The only way you can lose weight at that rate of speed is to become very ill or to take something that is unhealthy for you. Our bodies are not built to change at that rate of speed. If you did lose ten pounds or more in a week, the results on your general health would be ravaging. And because your body would not have lost the weight naturally, the weight will not stay off.Another claim that is made by many weight loss supplement products is that you can lose a remarkable quantity of weight without changing your diet and without exercise.
This is an example of the most prevalent weight loss myths that takes on a new complexion pretty much every week. One product has discovered a puzzle in the depths of Africa that makes the weight fall off. Another one is employing a space age formula which has been a top secret with NASA till now and this weight loss company were the ones to get it. If the phrase “give me a break” comes to mind when you hear these claims, your skepticism is well placed.The unhappy thing is these products use a system of virtually making you unwell to get that weight off without diet or exercise. If you choose to try one of these products, notice straight away the strict rules about when to take the pills so you are not making yourself sick straight away.
What occurs is that the pills will cause your metabolism to race so you may literally shake and sweat the weight off as you rest after eating a meal. The supplement is making you unwell to get rid of the weight. And like all supplements that guarantee a lot for small effort, the weight will not stay off even if you lose weight short term.