Everybody who struggles with excess body fat has at one time or another tried one of the many available dietary weight loss supplements, many of which promise quick, drug like fat burning by simply popping a few pills or drinking a crummy tasting powder. But in reality, the only products that can enhance metabolism (the rate at which you burn calories) are stimulants (caffeine, ephedrine), and although they can improve energy levels and provide a moderate boost in the rate of weight loss, they have potential side effects. The reason so many turn to weight loss supplements is due to a poor diet and exercise routine preventing progress, and after trying products that promise dramatic, rapid fat burning results, I found that the only safe, effective path towards permanent body improvement is to follow a properly designed weight loss diet plan and exercise routine. NO weight loss supplement exists that can substitute for effective fat burning diet and exercise techniques, regardless of how many supplement advertisements will have you believe otherwise. In reality, weight loss supplement companies thrive on the fat burning confusion, promising a bottled solution to a legitimate diet and exercise dilemma, and it is best you realize this now before spending thousands of dollars on worthless weight loss pills and powders.
In addition, for arguments sake, if a weight loss supplement happens to burn fat faster than you will achieve through proper eating and exercise alone, would you feel safe in consuming such a product? We know smoking is legal, but also understand that our lives are at risk by embracing such a habit, so we can be sure that because weight loss supplements are legal does not mean they are safe to consume. In fact, logically, how can a product that forces your body to behave in a way that is not natural (lose weight or burn fat faster than can be achieved through a correctly designed diet and exercise approach) be safe? The bodybuilding community runs from illegal steroids and growth hormone due to their potential damaging results, yet those same individuals will indulge themselves in a slew of bodybuilding supplements that promise steroid equivalency without similar side effects (which, again, is not possible). Confusion is what leads individuals to experiment with such unproven (and potentially dangerous) commodities. Again, nothing can substitute for a proper weight loss diet plan in your efforts to burn fat, and if you rely on supplements as your solution, I can guarantee disappointment will soon follow.
In summary, avoid all weight loss supplements! Remember, achieving all of your fat burning goals will result from an effective diet plan, and no supposed band-aid (e.g., weight loss supplements) is a valid substitute. I am teaching men and women around the world how to lose weight and burn fat naturally through my Fat Vanish weight loss diet plan. Will you be next?