My top 5 money wasting weight loss scams.
Whenever I see the word diet, it’s referencing a healthy way of eating. Yet, many women see the word diet as ‘it’s time to go on a diet to lose weight.’ Every year as the weather warms we get bombarded with advertisers latest fad diet or product. I’ve been involved in the health and fitness industry for 20+ years, and I’m still waiting for that “Miracle weight loss cure” that keeps you looking fit, firm, and healthy without having eat fresh foods and exercising regularly. I think I have a better chance of winning the lottery than ever seeing that happen! Seriously, don’t bother buying into any weight loss fads; they don’t work, and the only thing that loses weight by buying those products, is your wallet.
My top five weight loss money wasters:
1. Diet Water:
Hello! Logically, water has no calories! But, yes it’s out there and people are buying it.
2. Slimming tea:
I see that is back and selling on instagram . It is not the first time tea has been promoted as a weight-loss aid. The conman Peter Foster and his then girlfriend Samantha Fox were fined £21,000 for marketing Bai Lin “slimming” tea in Britain in 1994.It was a con then, and it still is today!
Bai Lin “slimming” tea
3. Anti-cellulite cream:
Open most women’s magazines and you’ll find advertisements for anti-cellulite creams that promise to reduce the spongy, dimply, cottage cheese-looking skin. So how do they get away with advertising it if it doesn’t work? It’s all in the clever wording that makes women buy the product .What they say is ‘help the appearance of cellulite.” Any type of rubbing for a continuous amount of time in your cellulite effected area will eventually make that area smoother in appearance. To date, there isn’t a cream that can melt fat and get rid of cellulite.
I have no visible Cellulite “I do have it though, when I pinch myself in certain area’s. I just have learnt to keep it under control with my Keep Life Simple Anti-ageing Health and Fitness Program” says Annette.
4. Slimming pills:
If there were any creditable smiling pills that WORKED, we wouldn’t have an obesity problem would we? Sorry, there’s no magic miracle pill that is healthy and that works to make you lose body fat.
5. This year’s miracle, lose weight fast diets.
They didn’t work last year and they won’t work this year either. More than likely, all they did was make you gain more weight. I am I right?
Oh no I’ve put on weight again?
Keep Life Simple believes that the best way to diet is to not diet at all. If you are interested in changing to a healthy lifestyle, one that is designed exclusively for ageing woman, I recommend that you try my Keep Life Simple Anti-ageing Health & Fitness program. You won’t find any fads or potions; it’s affordable and definitely a common sense approach to ageing so that your age feel your best.
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