Hypnosis Works for Weight Loss
"Words DO Carry Weight!"
A weekly review of diets, diet programs, weight loss gadgets and more so that you can cut through the bull!~!@.
There are so many different weight loss programs, weight loss pills, diet patches and diet products that it can leave a person's head spinning with questions.
"Do I try the Atkins diet? Some people love it. Others hate it."
"What about the government's new food pyramid? Will that help me lose weight?"
"What diet supplements should I take? Are they safe?"
"I'm pregnant but I'm also overweight. Should I lose weight? Do I use supplements to lose weight? Will they hurt my baby?"
"I'm diabetic--my child is diabetic--my parent is diabetic. What is the right weight loss plan?"
"Should I buy the Bowflex(TM) machine?"
"There are so many choices. Help! What do I do??"
Among all the products and questions one thing is very, very clear: There are a lot of people out there wanting to take advantage of your confusion and convince you that their product or service is the best.
So, the purpose of this weekly column is to help you figure out what may or may not work for you.
Please note: Always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your current lifestyle because your doctor may be aware of issues about your health that you do not know.
This is not a joke. Let me ask you a question please. Is grapefruit juice healthy? Good for you?
The 'obvious' answer is: "Sure grapefruit is good for you. Why, there's even a diet using mostly grapefruit juice. Why on earth should I consult with my doctor before trying that? After all, grapefruits are natural so that means they're healthy, right?"
The truth is that grapefruit juice has been documented to kill when mixed with a very common medication. Click here to read the story (also this week's Diet Review) and I'll see you when you get back.
This column is going to evolve according to two things: (1) What catches my eye as important and (2) Your emails letting me know what interests you.
Above all, this column is dedicated to helping you avoid being scammed; even by people who look trustworthy--like doctors on the web. There are so many degree mills now that even if it says M.D. after a person's name, you still need to check.
Or rather, let me know what you're curious about and I'll find out if they're a real M.D. (medical doctor) or another kind of M.D. (mercenary dirtbag).
Every week I'll be posting the latest article at the top of this page.
Thanks for dropping by and remember: "Never Give Up!"