7-Food supplements don’t help you much
Have you ever seen advertisements on TV for supplements that help you lose weight in a short time? You may be tempted to speed up your weight loss by using these “wonder” products, but according to Melinda Moore, a researcher at Oregon State University, that may not be the solution.
In her analysis of the different types of dietary supplements, she found that some products may have minimal effects on weight loss, but none of them will help you lose pounds significantly. She also noted that these products have not been clinically tested to prove their effectiveness and in some cases cause adverse reactions or illness.
What to do: It’s best to never assume that such a product can help you. If you are interested in purchasing a dietary supplement, it is recommended that you research everything related to the product, find reliable information, and consult a doctor.