Has anyone tried the new acai berry diet?
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#1 Nov 19, 2013
Has anyone tried the new acai berry diet?The whole weight loss supplement industry benefits from their product hardly working - enough to see very small results, but not enough to solve your problems. Why? Because if they solved your problem, you wouldn't keep re-purchasing their product, now would you? These supplements are usually so ineffective that you would have been better off at a cost to time spent ratio to just do a little exercise.
Now we see the rise of the acai berry - one of the biggest scams on the market. Have you done any personal research on this? Just go to google and look for "acai berry scam" or something similar. People report almost no difference except as a very minor hunger suppressant, and some people report being sent huge amounts of it after their "free" trial without asking for them, with a huge bill on their credit card for the trouble.
Instead, spend your money on something professional that is worth it and has a 100% money back guarantee so you can't get ripped off!(see below) Or don't.. but either way, save your time and money and stay away from those scam products.
#2 Nov 19, 2013
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