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WeightLossProductsThatWork.org Website Launches To Help People Find Weight Loss Products That Will Work For Them

June 13, 2013

With all the hype and potentially dangerous weight loss advice on the market, WeightLossProductsThatWork.org seeks to inform customers of better and healthier solutions.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

In a recent announcement by WeightLossProductsThatWork.org, company officials have warned consumers to “do their due diligence before buying into the next fad diet.” They are concerned, as are most government agencies and medical professionals that yo-yo dieting and other potentially dangerous fads are far too enticing for many otherwise intelligent people to avoid.

According to one spokesman for the company, “Today´s busy lifestyle, combined with the availability of just about every concoction known to man makes even the most well-intentioned individual look at some of the weight-loss products on the shelf say, ℠well, there´s only so many hours in the day to exercise, and those hours are taken up by family obligations.´” And this, he says, is just one type of person who is tempted and convinced to spend his or her money on the next “best piece of sliced bread” in the fitness and weight loss puzzles.

Everyone knows someone who has purchased a “gizmo” of one sort or another. Everyone has a colleague or family member who somewhat shamefully admits to trying a “fat burning pill” or “weight loss shake.”

And everyone knows the ultimate outcome. After a few days or weeks of seeing a few pounds drop from the scale readout, there is either a plateau, weight regained (with additional pounds added on for good measure), and a sense of failure.

“One of the biggest problems is that the person is not addressing the issue at its root cause,” says the company. “It´s more about life-style adjustments — which means making permanent changes in one´s approach to diet and exercise to begin with.” And this, the company contends, is what needs to be driven home; and why they are reviewing the weight loss products available online that really work. One of those products, as an example, is the “Body By Vi By Visalus” – reviewed in detail.

“Oh, sure,” they say, “It´s fine to tell someone to add a supplement such as Hydroxycitric Acid or HCA, for example; but without also looking at other aspects of his or her lifestyle such as exercise levels, someone can take all the HCA in the world and not see a lasting effect.”

WeightLossProductsThatWork.org believes in addressing positive and lasting lifestyle changes as much as supplementation. Sitting at a desk or in front of a computer all day and occasionally eating some Mango Seed Fiber is not going to be enough.

Aside from their insistence that consumers begin paying attention to their lifestyles, the company also offers products that customers may wish to use along with their healthier habits.

Some of their weight loss products include Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), whey protein, Chitosan, and others.

As just one example, they explain that HCA is a salt derived from fruit rinds of Garcinia Cambodia and brindal berry. The supplement´s claim as a weight loss supplement is that it reduces fat absorption and enhances the fat metabolism.

WeightLossProductsThatWork.org includes whey protein because certain studies indicate that a person should include at least 30 to 50 percent protein in his or her daily diet in order to enhance weight loss. “Whey protein, combined with a higher protein diet, leafy and non-starch vegetables, along with regular exercise can be helpful in losing weight,” they say.

Most medical professionals will agree that losing weight may play a part in reducing heart disease, high blood pressure, chances of stroke, Type 2 Diabetes, and more. Individuals considering a weight loss program and/or supplements available through WeightLossProductsThatWork.org should only do so under the supervision of their doctor.

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