Every where you look these days—whether it be the T.V., Internet, or in magazines—new diet pills are popping up like weeds in a garden.

I want to start by protecting your health (and wallet) by exposing some of the “deadly sins” many diet pills companies are pulling every chance they get.

#️⃣1️⃣ Products disguised to look like prescription weight loss medications. 💊

The truth is, companies like these often hire actors to pose as doctors and customers. These actors hold up large pants and say how much weight they lost when they really didn’t lose any weight at all. They’re ripping us off. If these products were really so amazing, why would the companies have to deceive us by making the products look like medications when they’re not⁉️

#️⃣2️⃣ Diet pills that make you feel jittery, anxious, depressed, or hungry.

Products like these can cause stress, which leads to emotional overeating and weight gain. They can also negatively impact your health in the long run. Listen to what your body is trying to tell you.

#️⃣3️⃣ Questionable product endorsements.🤔🧐

If you wouldn’t trust a celebrity to babysit your child, don’t trust their advice about a product. Celebrities and doctors are for hire. Guess what⁉️ You’re paying their salaries when you purchase the products they’re pushing.

#️⃣4️⃣ Diet pills that make outrageous claims.

NO diet product can help you lose 30 pounds in 30 days.

If you’re following a quality eating and exercise program and taking scientifically backed weight loss nutrients to speed up the results, you can expect to lose anywhere from eight to 12 pounds per month.

#️⃣5️⃣ Diet products that are not backed by a 💯 percent money-back guarantee.

Oh, and also make sure this guarantee lasts long enough that you can actually try the product before it expires (I recommend at least a YEAR). This way if the product doesn’t work, your bank account doesn’t take the hit. After all, if a company isn’t confident in their product, why should you be? (Always be sure to read the fine print.)

#️⃣6️⃣ Diet pills that contain token amounts of everything but effective amounts of nothing.

Look for products that list the amounts of every ingredient on the labels instead of hiding the ingredients in proprietary blends. Then search online to make sure the amounts listed in the products match those recommended by studies.

#️⃣7️⃣ Products that are not tested by independent,

third-party laboratories.🔬

Here’s something you may not know: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not test supplements to verify the validity of their labels. The scope of this watchdog organization is limited to foods and drugs, which does not include dietary supplements.

So who does make sure that diet pills contain what their labels say and don’t contain any of the bad stuff? Well, it’s up to the manufacturing companies to monitor their own products. But most don’t. So in all reality, some shameless company fills their pills with worthless ingredients and charge you 20, 30, 40, or 50 (or more) bucks a bottle for it. Can you believe it? Some companies are cutting corners and padding their wallets by cheating their customers out of the products they’re paying for. It’s a scam, plain and simple.

Arm yourself with these tips and remember…

buyer beware.





(Functional Training Specialist, Body-weight Training Specialist, Nutrition Specialist, Muay Thai Instructor, Controversy Specialist, Third Eye 👁 Enthusiast, Cannabis Enthusiast)






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