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Weight Loss Scammers

The worst thing about being overweight in the 21st century is not being ridiculed, feeling out of place or have self-esteem issues. No, the worst thing is being scammed right, left and center. You see, we are in a generation where everyone pretends to be a guru in what they do despite the fact that they know zilch.

So you will bump into these bloggers who call themselves weight loss experts who are going to advise you to buy a certain weight loss supplement but my dear friend, most of those know nothing about nutrition. They know nada about weight gain and should therefore advise no one on how they can slim or get ripped.

They will advise you about products to buy but they end of hurting you. Say for example that someone asks that you buy shoes but they end up getting you a problem like feet overpronation.

In this age of the internet and where every Tom, Dick, Harry, their dogs and grandmothers have a blog, you should look out from whom you are reading.

So, how do you differentiate the chaff from the wheat?

  1. Certification

Any serious fitness blogger should post their certification on their blog so that we can trust them. The diploma should be from a highly reputable institution of higher learning or otherwise, they will scam you.


Look at the comment section and see who else has bough the product being marketed. Are they satisfied

  1. Positive reviews all through

If the writer is doing a positive review of every product and claiming that they have used them all, that is scam written all through. Do not touch their products. Even in the most natural markets, the seller has not tried everything and therefore cannot vouch for all.


  1. Linked out

Check who is linking to the blogger. If authority sites, then they are good to read from. If they are linked out by low quality blogs, then they could be spammers who have paid little for the low quality links. By authority sites, we are talking of sites such as Forbes, Webmd, Medicinenet etc.

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