Supplements have always been a touchy topic for me because most of them are expensive urine, because they do not work.
Out of the hundreds, if not thousands of supplements on the market, only a few of them have been scientifically proven to be of benefit to us.
Some of the unethical supplement companies that market their worthless products wouldn’t want you to know the truth.
I can tell you from first hand experience because over the years I’ve experimented with hundreds of products in search of a magic supplement.
To my surprise I realized that no such product exists.
Read this article with an open mind.
Over-Hyped Claims That Promises Hope
Unethical supplement companies are very successful because they are master marketers.
Meaning that they structure their marketing to appeal to your emotions that so desperately desire to loose body fat and get into shape. This is especially true for those that have tried every diet and workout scam under the sun with no success.
They prey on those that feel as though there is nowhere else to turn.
You’ve seen the infomercials that say things such as, “Are you tired of the belly bulge, Have you tried this diet and that diet?” Well here is the latest and greatest, cutting edge, secrets to loosing so many pounds in 30 days.”
That’s all hype, so don’t fall into those emotional traps.
If Those So-Called Miracle Pills Worked, Why Isn’t Everyone Fit And Trim?
If you really think about it, if there was a miracle pill in existence today, obesity wouldn’t be on the up rise, especially in the United States.
You would think that with all the advanced technology that we have, obesity would not be an issue.
Sadly, we have higher rates of heart disease and diabetes in all ages.
Most of us are caught up in the “Quick-fix” methods of weight loss and a large majority of them can be dangerous.
The problem with some of those “Quick-fix” methods are the fact that the results are temporary, meaning that you will most likely gain the fat that you lost back and then some.
You’d better believe that if someone ever develop a healthy miracle pill that all the over-hyped supplement companies would be out of business, but unfortunately it doesn’t exist.
There Are No Substitutes For Intelligent Dieting And Exercising
My focus in this article has been on the over-hyped and non-existence miracle pill.
In all the years that I experimented with diet supplements, I’ve come to one conclusion. If you want to get into the best shape of your life, you have to work for it.
This means that you have to figure out what exercise and diet combinations work best for your body.
The only way that you will be able to determine that winning combination is by doing.
There is no quick and easy way to determine this, but over time with the proper guidance you will discover what works best for your physique.
As a personal testimony, the minute I stop searching for the quick-fix solution and began looking within myself for the key to unlock my physical potential, my body transformed more than I could’ve ever imagined.
I made more improvements within a few short months after I stopped searching for the magic pill, than I did in all the years prior, combined.
I followed a common sense approach to dieting and exercising and the results were phenomenal.
As a matter of fact, I made such great improvements in my physique that people accused me of using steroids. I explained to them that I started applying common sense to my exercise and diet routine.
I also, explained to them that I supplemented my diet with nutrients that are scientifically proven and needed by our bodies.
I completely changed my workouts to those that were scientifically proven and had stood the test of time.
You have to be careful of all those strange type of workouts that you see nowadays, because what worked for the “Old-timers” still work today.
I know that the information in this article maybe a little hard for you to swallow, but I’m a no-nonsense person who believe in reporting the truth, because hype has always been a pet peeve of mine.
I’m a consumer myself and have wasted thousands of dollars over the years searching for that “Magic Pill.”
Please do yourself a favor and stop wasting your hard-earned dollars on fad supplements and get some good coaching on how to diet and exercise.