Watching the advertising for the latest diet pills can entice just about anyone desperate to lose weight. Often, these brands claim how they have achieved a breakthrough in science, and so on and so forth. But the truth is that they care for only one thing and that is your money to… Fatten their bank accounts, ironically.
Some diet pills may even have celebrity endorsers. Why do you have to listen to them? They don’t even know you, but they certainly know how much money they made for endorsing products. They probably know how they are going to spend their money on.
So, what’s the deal about fad diet pills? They do not work because you do not change your eating habits and food choices. Some of these fad diet pills may suppress your appetite, but that is only temporary. You may even think you are losing weight in the beginning, but that is most likely the fluids in your body.
Remember that weight management is a lifetime activity. There is no pill that can magically change all that. Using fad diet pills may even fool a person into continue eating the same food that made them overweight in the first place and doing the same activities that are making them unhealthy. Just because they have a diet pill they could take: that is called licensed indulgence.
Think of those pills that one takes after eating foods rich in fats, and then the pill is supposed to help them excrete the oils ingested. Because they think they have a pill that does just that, what do people do? They eat the unhealthy oily foods.
There is no shortcut in losing weight. And the safe way may not always be attractive for people who need to lose weight, but it is the right way and provides long term benefits.