Doctors parade on TV, using their medical licenses to promote fat loss “miracles” that don’t work.
“Celebrity” trainers ridiculed, belittle, and shame those who need their help the most in the name of “saving their lives”.
When in fact they aren’t saving lives, they are only boosting TV ratings so they can promote junk food masquerading as healthy.
These same shows deceived their viewers with the illusion of large weight loss on a weekly basis, when in fact the participants are starving and suffering only to gain the weight back when they no longer have the scrutiny of millions of viewers and the promise of a huge cash payout.
And studies show that these TV shows create unhealthy lifestyles in their viewers.
I found infomercials promoting old ideas as revolutionary under the guise of an invented marketing term. They targeted women with false hope and unrealistic promises.
I was shocked that so many fat loss “experts” were subject to these lies.
Instead of promoting honest and true fat loss methods, they perpetuated the lies and myths and even multiplied them.
Many women who came to me for help resisted because I contradicted the lies they believed.