WARNING: DOCTORS MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH
I’M SO MAD!
I just opened a unsolicited mailing from a medical doctor touting a quick weight loss scheme.
In it she describes a patch that when applied will make you lose 7 pounds a week without changing your diet or exercising. It is full of before and after pics and testimonials. One even said her husband loved her more after she lost the weight…..JERK!
Why am I pissed?
There is not one ingredient mentioned in this packet of info!
So we are supposed to trust this strange person who just happens to have an MD behind her name.
Uh, I don’t think so sister.
Ask yourself, would you pick up something at the store that had the same claims without looking at the side label for the ingredients? What if you are allergic to something in it?
Natural ingredients or not, people die from eating peanuts for Gods sake.
This is almost unethical and really tarnishes the medical profession. Using slimy sales techniques and offering a cheap watch as a free gift if you purchase the packet without knowing one ingredient in it, is just not someone I would trust. It may work but the claims are too good to be true and what do we know about that?
IF IT SOUNDS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT PROBABLY IS …
meaning it is NOT TRUE