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     As the number of Americans that are overweight continues to increase, an entire industry has been created that makes outlandish weight loss promises and delivers nothing but disappointment. The problem has become so bad, that the Federal trade Commission (FTC) has begun prosecuting business that make unsupportable weight loss claims. Clearly, if there were no market for "magic weight loss earrings","Appetite suppressing eyeglasses" or "lose weight while you sleep" programs, there would be no problem. However, there are millions of hopeful and sometimes desperate people, that continue to fall victim to unscrupulous manufacturers and marketers. How can you protect yourself from handing over you hard earned cash to a weight loss program that cannot deliver what they promise? There are several questions that you should ask any program that you are seriously considering, but the first thing you can do when you are looking around is to observe the programs or manufacturers advertising.If you see any of the following words in advertising you should be especially skeptical: easy, effortless, guaranteed,miraculous, magical, breakthrough, new discovery, mysterious, exotic, secret, exclusive, and ancient
Fact 2. Many weight loss programs and products are scams
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