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Anybody Tried Shakeology Before?

Anybody Tried Shakeology Before?

Postby Treoweman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:11 pm

Shakeology is just another scam.

Dietary supplements do not have to conform to the stringent standards applied to pharmaceuticals or food products by the FDA. The result of this absence of oversight has been a scammer's dream and the scammers have made the most of it. A huge and powerful supplement industry has grown up around this lack of government oversight which was designed to give people the freedom to explore homeopathic, naturopathic, and alternative remedies. That was the purpose of the 1994 DSHEA. Details are here --> http://www.fda.gov/food/dietarysupplemen...

Not all supplements manufacturers are frauds. There are well established companies such as Bayer and Pfizer which provide high quality supplements such as vitamin and mineral pills. However, the diet and fitness supplement markets are saturated with scammers who know very well how much people want to believe there is some easy way to lose fat, add muscle, gain weight, get taller, etc. These "sharks" know how to use the internet to their advantage.

Here's how the scammers work. They advertise their products in the usual way with commercial dot com websites and then back them up with bogus reviews, fake articles, fraudulent scientific white papers, and even scam stories designed to exposé the competition while promoting their products as the only "real" supplement that works. Their strategy is to drown out the truth and dominate the search results so no matter where you look on the web you'll find only good things about their products.
Check out this link about the big Shakeology scam ---> http://trek2befit.com/shakeology-scam . Did you notice how it's really just an ad for Shakeology. The reason you find it when you search for "Shakeology scam" is because they want to be everywhere you're looking with advertising. That's how scammers dominate the internet.

You can learn more by watching this CBS new video --> http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5... (you'll have to sit through a quick commercial message first).

Scammers target the young and credulous demographic because they know they can sway them with greater ease than the older, wiser buying public. But, there are some easy questions you can answer using simple logic to be able to qualify a scammer as suspect. Here are some examples.

1. If there was an easy way to do hard things like burn fat or build muscle, why doesn't the whole world know about it? How could that be kept secret when that's what so many people desire?

2. If there were supplements that could help burn fat or build muscle, why haven't the huge and powerful pharmaceutical companies taken them over? Why let the scammers like GNC and Weider continue to make $millions off the public when they have a much greater capacity for providing such products?

3. If there was a supplement that helped people shed pounds, why doesn't your doctor know about it? If you're overweight, why doesn't your physician just give you the pill or recommend the acai or HCG diet or whatever? Why are physicians always telling the same story about obesity and how to cope with it?

4. Why do people pay big bucks to have liposuction or stomach stapling if supplements could really help them to lose fat?

5. If protein supplements, creatine, nitrous oxide, etc. really helped build lean muscle mass, why don't Olympic athletes use them? Why don't they feed them to our military personnel in boot camp or billets around the world? Why are they not used in every police department or correctional institution around the US? Why don't the scammers tell you their success stories? You will never see an endorsement from the military on a supplement. You will, however, find many military articles warning their people away from such trickery. Here's one example --> http://military-fitness.military.com/2011/03/sneaky-muscle-supplement-scams.html

There is only one good answer to all of these questions. Most of the supplements which are supposed to make you lose fat, add muscle, grow taller, kill appetite, gain weight, bulk up, get ripped, etc. just don't work. It's really that simple.

As an example of how bad supplements are, go here --> http://www.usrecallnews.com/2009/11/bodybuilding-com-supplements-recalled-may-contain-steroids.html to see a list of over 60 dangerous supplements scam-site bodybuilding.com was forced to take off the market because of false advertising claims.

When surfing the web for supplements, be skeptical, use critical thinking, and always validate your information before believing it to be true. The golden rule for intelligent consumerism is still...

If it sounds too good to be true, it's probably a scam.

Last but not least, read this --> http://www.cspinet.org/nah/09_07/mfj_supplement.pdf

Good luck and good health.

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Postby Alhrick » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:15 pm

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Postby Urbano » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:19 pm

Put a two litre water bottle along with a glass on your desk each and every morning. Get through it by means of lunch, and do the same inside the afternoon. You?ll exercise better along with recover faster if you?re hydrated. I drink some water each time someone asks me a silly question or sends a dumb email... find something that works for you personally!
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Postby Danvin » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:20 pm

You don?t need to exercise for long periods of time. Short, sharp sets of exercise will produce better results should you work hard. Get a omitting rope, skip for two units, do push ups for 60 seconds or so, skip for two minutes, rest for just one minute. Then change the push as much as something else like sit ups as well as do the set again. Repeat it five times and it?s a quick, effective workout that will get better results than a long function or swim.
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Postby salem » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:21 pm

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Postby Farnam » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:22 pm

Be blue! Weirdly, azure shades have been proven to experience a positive effect on your will certainly to exercise regularly and fight bad foods. So, wear orange, eat from blue plates watching the pounds drop off!
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Postby Rolf » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:24 pm

Put a two litre water bottle plus a glass on your desk every single morning. Get through it by simply lunch, and do the same from the afternoon. You?ll exercise better and recover faster if you?re hydrated. I drink some water each and every time someone asks me a absurd question or sends a dumb email... find something that works to suit your needs!
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Postby Keely » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:30 pm

I've been actively involved with Hypnotherapy for over the last thirteen years and have personally used it to help hundreds of people who suffer from depression. Someone here mentioned Sigmund Freud having "proven" Hypnotherapy to be ineffective and what they failed to mention was Sigmund began his career with using Hypno Analysis. Given the era that Sigmund learnt these skills, he was practising with the extremely limited knowledge that was primarily based around mesmerism. Three years before Sigmund passed away, he spoke at an international symposium and admittedly he wished he had spent more time with Hypnosis as it surpassed Psychoanalysis with its ability to bypass conscious critical analysis (the conscious mind getting in the way of the change work). Incidentally, we've come a long long way since the basic progressive induction that Sigmund used (quite poorly at that!). One thing I will recommend is that if you are considering Hypnotherapy, ensure the person you work with is suitably qualified. The difference between a hypnotist and a hypnotherapist is the hypnotherapist knows what to do with you once you've been hypnotised. Unlike what the other person mentioned, during and after the Hypnotherapy you will fully understand the reasons for your depression, and you'll even have a LOT more insight as to how your mind tries to protect itself. My website has a section under Questions where we've covered a lot of the common misconceptions that people have about Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy (such as a couple I've discussed above) Also, you'll find statistic analysis from a world class psychologist as to why Hypnotherapy is the better option. Feel free to shoot me a message if you have any other questions about Hypnotherapy or Hypnosis.

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Postby Lorn » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:31 pm

Al dente pasta incorporates a lower GI value, so can be a healthier option than nuking the fusilli till it?s soggy.
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Postby Eadward » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:41 pm

Shakeology Scam
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