Garcinia Cambogia Extract For Weight Loss

You’ve probably heard about this miracle weight loss cure as featured on the Dr Oz Show already, right?

Probably on your facebook feed in various “sponsored stories” featuring some celebrity or other who has “finally come clean on his/her weight loss secret”, am I right? Or if you’re on tumblr you’ll remember all those spam asks and submissions about “the tumblr diet” from a while back. Same thing, and I just got another submission with another stolen “before and after” plugging the same crap.

Let me clear it up for anyone who’s seen these spam posts and wants the real information. It is A SCAM. None of the celebrities who’s names they’ve dropped are actually on board, and my understanding is that several of them have taken legal action against the marketers for “using their likeness without permission” or whatever the legal term is.

Like I keep saying over and over. Don’t get sucked in by scam products and bullshit diets. Your body weight is determined by the total amount of calories you consume, on average. That’s all. People have lost weight eating nothing but McDonalds, they’ve lost weight eating nothing but twinkies and other so called “junk foods”, because they ensured they did not consume an amount that would add up to an excessive amount of calories. Obviously that’s not the recommended course of action, but the point is that it is TOTAL CALORIES that matters. Not magic pills, not special foods that burn fat, not the avoidance of bad foods that go straight to fat… that’s all bullshit. Total calories determines your body weight.

Follow the information in my free program on this site, or drop me a message if you want me to work out a custom plan for you.


Author: davehpt

I'm DaveHPT, Maybe you've heard of me? Musician, rock star and recording artist. Published author. Former security industry professional. Personal Trainer, Online Coach and the INNOVATOR in Sports Nutrition.

3 thoughts on “Garcinia Cambogia Extract For Weight Loss”

  1. I’m sick and tired of nearly being sucked in to purchasing these so called miracles in a bottle because they are being offered once for a free trial then when the month is over they charge your credit card an xyz amount and its through the roof and there isn’t even any real evidence the products actually work. Thanks facebook ads

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