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Does The Acai Berry Cleanse/diet Really Work?

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Does The Acai Berry Cleanse/diet Really Work?

Postby Llassar » Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:10 pm

I've seen this a lot recently and I was wondering if it really works.


Please answer if you've tried it and if it worked for you
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Does The Acai Berry Cleanse/diet Really Work?

Postby Aekerman » Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:16 pm

This whole acai berry thing is a scam like all other weight loss supplements.


Acai berries are high in antioxidants.

A diet high in antioxidant foods can help increase your metabolism.

An increase in metabolism can burn more calories.

More calories burned can result in weight loss.

Acai berries cause weight loss!

That is the "stretch" these con artists are selling.

Acai berries don't have any more antioxidants in them than blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or blackberries. At 10 times the price because they are "exotic". Small red beans are the top antioxidant food. But they are boring, a low price commodity, and not sexy.

The cleanse pills that come with acai extracts usually contain nothing more than psyllium husk powder to help you poop more. The result being - quick weight loss. But only of the waste.

There is no such thing as a fat burner. Burning more calories than you consume is the only fat burner. None of these weight loss supplements guarantee anything unless you establish a healthy diet and exercise program. So why not just establish a healthy diet and exercise program and keep your money?

The same stretch of the imagination marketing applies to garcinia cambogia, green tea capsules, maquiberry, hoodia, moyoberry, green coffee, gojiberry, fruta planta, hoodia, raspberry ketones, and african mango seed extract pills. See a pattern here? Magic exotic plants or extracts.


Spending the same $2 to $10 a day on this junk would pay for a great gym membership.

The only weight loss supplement I recommend is a basic multivitamin.

A healthy complete life diet high in fiber and moderate exercise is the only safe way there is.

See the story below about how the scam artists have to sell this stuff. If it worked, why would you need to use questionable marketing techniques? http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2011/04/fakenews....
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