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Fat Loss Scams – Part 4 (Social Media)

By February 6, 2017Adult Fitness

The social media landscape – consisting of Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter – is rife with fitness “experts” and “models”.

These good-looking folks post content regarding various methods/programs/supplements that promise to help you lose weight, sculpt your body, etc.

The fact of the matter is, a lot of what they say is manufactured and promoted for the sake of self-interest.

For those who regularly promote products – take those “weight loss teas” for example – there is a clear conflict of interest. These teas could benefit you in no way when trying to lose weight, but it doesn’t matter for the social media stars who promote it, because they get paid for it.

But, it all works out the same way. The rest of the world sees these fit people promoting products for “health” or “fat loss”. People end up buying the products, and the social media stars make more money.

Don’t fall for these scams and waste your money.

If weight loss is your goal, all you’ve got to do is burn more calories than you consume.

That is the golden rule. To accomplish this, you can:

  • Eat less calories
  • Increase your physical activity
  • Or, do both!

There are many ways to eat less calories and to move more, but as long as you get it done, you will lose weight.

No fancy weight loss products needed!

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