Product reviews are often misleading, especially when it comes to health and weight loss. This post looks at the weight loss coffee by Valentus and considers whether it is actually likely to work. We also take a look at Valentus Optimum, a newer addition to the Valentus product line.
These posts review various popular diets and weight loss strategies - to see how effective they truly are. In many cases, companies make big and bold claims, yet completely fail to live up to them.
But, every so often, among all of the fad diets, there are sometimes approaches that can work. This is a key reason for writing these reviews. If nothing else, the information provided can help you determine whether a particular approach is likely to work for you.
There are lots of ‘quick fixes’ out there when it comes to weight loss but how well do these actually work. In this post, we take a look at the Thrive patches from Le-Vel to see whether they would actually work.
Reps for Herbalife talk about how amazing the company’s products are for weight loss. So, in this updated review, I take a look at the science and the logic behind those claims.
TruVision is yet another company claiming to solve your weight loss challenges. But, can it really or is the company just making exaggerated claims?
The steak and eggs diet is one of those approaches that sounds far too good to be true but there is actually a surprising amount of logic behind this diet. That’s true for bodybuilders and for people simply looking to lose weight. However, there are limits to how good the diet is too.