Today is the last day of this column on Beliefnet.com. After over 12 years of daily writings on Beliefnet, I’m moving on. I thank God for this wonderful experience. As far as I’ve been told, I’m the last original Beliefnet contributing editor and writer; everyone else is new. Now, however, I need to make some […]
Have you, too, been the victim of weight loss quackery?
Have you tried “miracle diets” and “magic bullet” quick-fix products or schemes?
Did you buy any of those “revolutionary” exercise machines or appliances from TV infomercials? Did you buy any of those magic, quick diet books that promise you’ll solve the weight problems
(and every other one you have, too) by eating the right combination of
foods, or following a celebrity’ advice?
If so, you’re not the only one! Just don’t do it again. They don’t
work. They only take your money, and cause you to lose hope – not much
I recommend saving your money, and using it wisely — like enrolling in a yoga or dance class, or spending a little on some great organic vegetables.