There's a lot of scams out there, especially in the wellness industry. Even though these guys can be very slick, they're easy to spot if you know what to look for.
If they make big claims, and promise fast, easy results it's more than likely a scam.
You might be wondering what this has to do with the Master Cleanse. Well, I figure that many of you who are interested in achieving good health are exposed to these scams on a daily basis so I thought I would talk a little bit about it, and maybe prevent some people from getting ripped off.
The thing that's been triggering my scam detector lately is patches.
You know, the weight loss patch, the male enhancement patch, and the one that inspired this message the detox patch. Yep, there's a patch out there that claims to suck the toxins right out of your body, and in to a little patch that you stick on your arm.
Here's some of the things this patch claims to remove from your body (try not laugh when you read these)
I not a fan of lude language, but I've got 2 words to describe this product Bull S***!
Sticking a patch (which costs almost $100 for a months supply) is not going to cleanse your body. Remember our criteria for potential scams:
1. Big Claims
2. Promises Fast, Easy Results.
These scams are not exclusive to "patches", or detoxing. In fact the best examples of scams are found in the weight loss industry.
I'm sure you've all seen the latest ab rollers that claims to give you six pack abs in just 5 minutes a day. Being the victim of more than a few of these gimmicks I've learned to spot them right off the bat - I've also come to realize that there's no such thing as a quick fix.
But there are shortcuts...
That's what this newsletter, and my master cleanse book are here to share with you, but the shortcuts won't do the work for you. It's all about developing healthy habits, and once you get past the initial discomfort of changing it really does become easy.
Okay that's my little rant. I didn't mean to get off track but it's something that's been bothering me for a while and I think it's good to know who the bad guys are, and how to avoid them.
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