If your jeans brand is “Wide Load” perhaps you might consider a exercise, diet and supplement program. But, if you don’t exercise, you won’t be burning off that bodacious bootie, you will just be burning bucks.
The problem is it is hard to find something to help reduce those unwanted pounds. Two recent Swedish studies have shown 9 popular weight loss supplements were no more effective than the fake supplements they were compared with.
There are scores of slimming supplements out there claiming weight-loss effects through all sorts of mechanisms of action. Ads for ”fat magnets, mobilizers and dissolvers, as well as appetite tamers, metabolism boosters, carb blockers” are everywhere. Researchers tested selected plant extracts and found them no more effective than placebo. And the more supplements you see, the harder it is for manufacturers to come up with “newest” and the “greatest” next fat burner. Konjac is an example of one of the newer gimmicks..
eg. What exactly is Konjac?
Konjac is a rather obscene looking root grown in parts of Asia. The starch is extracted & then, like corn or potatoes here, it’s turned into a variety of products, like noodles, chews, candies, etc. It’s flavor neutral & lends itself to modifications. It’s a vegan substitute for gelatin. Also it’s high fiber. And, in supplement form, it doesn’t work for weight loss.
Size does matter!
78 percent of people who are on a diet think the most important thing they need to do is watch what they eat. There’s all these books on low-carb, low-fat dieting, but nothing about portion sizes. How much you eat is more important than what you eat. You see, size of the food matters!
Patch – the pudgy pooch says, “don’t go barking up the wrong tree”
Patch, a six-year-old beagle dog is so heavy at 62 lbs. (28 kg) that his legs cannot support him and he has to be placed in a special harness and carried around! Dog and owner need to manage portions better and exercise more! Don’t go looking for slim in a bottle – these supplements are only rewards for hard work, not substitutes for it.
Time to install a backup beeper in a size 27 pair of jeans for Kim Kardashian (no kidding),