The Weight Loss Cure
Kevin Trudeau says his cure for obesity has been suppressed by the establishment.
Author Kevin Trudeau says he has a big secret to share; one he claims has been locked away from the public for 30 years or more. Trudeau says that 30 years ago, an English physician uncovered the end-all cure for obesity. In his book, The Weight Loss Cure, Trudeau introduces the public to revolutionary information that he says the FDA, AMA, diet industry and food manufacturers have worked steadfastly to keep away from the public.
The Weight Loss Cure aims to help you overcome obesity once and for all. Suggesting that obese and overweight people can blame their condition on "uncontrollable urges to eat when not hungry, low metabolism, abnormally high amount of fat stores.
- New York Times Bestselling author
- Removes fat
- Boosts metabolism and energy
- Reduces hunger and cravings
- Rids toxins from the body
- Claims to uncover hidden secrets about the weight loss industry
- Author has a criminal background
- Author does not have a medical background
- New York Consumer Protection Board warns of Trudeau's history of making false claims/fraud
- Proposes one solution for fighting obesity; not customized to the individual
- Uncomplimentary consumer reviews
- Recommends colonics every-other-day for 30 days
- All food purchased must be 100-percent organic (can be costly)
- Treatments not FDA approved
- Promotes hCG injections
The diet outlined in The Weight Loss Cure recommends eating only 100-percent organic foods for the first 30 days. These resources are not necessarily available in all communities and are often quite expensive. There is also a high herbal supplement regimen to commit to. Several herbs and upward of nine pills a day will be taken with this plan.
The book recommends having hCG injections daily. The hCG hormone produced in pregnant women to protect the body from losing good fat and muscle. The FDA has not approved this treatment for losing weight. Few medical doctors will prescribe nor offer this treatment.EXERCISE
The Weight Loss Cure is one of many weight loss programs that suggests that limited or no exercise is necessary to lose weight and keep it off. It's recommended that you visit with your physician before committing to any program that removes consistent physical activity.CONCLUSION
The book The Weight Loss Cure proposes to offer the cure for weight loss. The author, Kevin Trudeau, makes it clear that these are not his findings, but those of a British medical doctor about 30 years ago. Trudeau says he's presenting this information to the public for the first time, in spite of reputable organizations like the FDA and AMA. Trudeau does not have any medical or nutritional background. In fact, his resume ranges from billiards to alternative medicine and now weight loss. Trudeau does not have a flattering reputation and many websites warn consumers of his criminal background, including fraud.
While the book is discussed across the Web, its own site offers very limited information - merely Kevin's testimonial and an opportunity to order the book for a reduced price.Common Misspellings
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