Should I take a supplement to help me lose weight?
If you exceed your ideal bodyweight by more than 100 pounds, a fat burner may be useful. However, even for someone who has morbid obesity, weight loss supplements are not necessary. Nothing beats hard work in the gym and discipline and mental toughness in the kitchen. To lose weight, you just have to watch what you eat and you have to work out hard enough so you can burn more calories than what you put in. You have to enjoy what you’re doing so you can keep on doing it. For your weight loss regimen to work, it has to be sustainable and the only way you can make it work is by integrating it in your lifestyle. Fat burners may provide a quick fix to get you started and motivated, but since no one governs these products, for your sake and to be on the safe side do your own research so you won’t have to believe all the hype in their ads and packaging.
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