So you like the idea of a weight loss program that helps you lose 7 kg a week. Well, I'm here to tell you that no matter how tempting and good the idea sounds you must avoid it like night avoids day. Any salesman knows that those who are desperate to lose weight will buy anything that promises them to lose 7 kilos a week. The truth is that most weight loss programs out there are scams just out to make a quick buck and if you're not careful you might get caught into the trap of buying the under standard products. However, despite this, there are some good, professional weight loss programs and courses out there. I'm going to give you a few tips on how you can identify the friends from the fakes.
First of all don't believe anything with a statement like, "You can lose 7kilos in a week with our program." These program/courses are bound to be either scams or diets and exercise that are bad for your body. Not only is it difficult to lose 7kg in one week without lopping off an arm or two, it's also extremely un-healthy for your body. So do yourself a favour and stay away from weight loss programs that promise this. I would be very suspicious at the very least.
Second of all stay away from low intake diets. Why is that you say? Well, it's very simple. Basically a low intake diet means you are eating very little and almost starving yourself to lose weight. Not only is this un-healthy, it will also dramatically slow down your metabolism and cause you to regain your lost weight in a year or two down the track.
Now supplements and diet pills are talked about a lot nowadays and many people are bragging about them. However, even though some of them do work it is still safe to be suspicious of them because lots of them don't. Hundreds of Thousands of people successfully lose weight and gain muscle without them everyday. Not to mention that supplements and diet pills are ridiculously expensive for a container of powder. Stay away from programs that rely on supplements and diet pills they are just un-necessary cash out of your pocket.
There are hundreds of little tricks that these phoney products will try and temp you with, however, these are the big ones that I see everywhere. It is a good idea to research about the weight loss course/ program on google. It is very useful to see what other people have to say about it. However, be careful. Google is also full of affiliate marketers who are just saying good things about a product to get people to buy them.
In the end you have to first of all be very careful and follow the tips I've given you and secondly, you have to use some common sense to try to eliminate the phoney programs and be left with a nice selection of legitimate weight loss programs.
So why don't you go out there and find the best program for you and make sure you don't get caught in the deceiving net of a scam.