Fat Frauds: 10 Ways To Tell If Your Diet Won’t Work

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Chances are, at least once a week (or even a few times a day), you spot a diet ad promising miraculous weight loss results. Sometimes it seems legitimate, but most times, you’re (rightfully) at least a little suspicious.

When evaluating claims for weight loss product and weight loss plans, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recommends a healthy portion of skepticism; most don’t come close to fulfilling their claims.

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And, in the rare case that you do lose weight, it is almost never a permanent solution and is usually unsafe.

So,before you drop a single dime on anything making “fast and easy” claims, use the below checklist to help you better evaluate if it’s right for you: