It's the spice of life. Food that is. Or opinions. I guess there is a lot of things that are officially "the spice of life." I think spices are the spice of life. I have a new-found love of spices since hanging around a killer healthy-food chef for the past week.
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If there were one industry out there that could be used to encapsulate the very definition of the word “marketing hype”, weight loss supplementation would be it. I honestly don’t know of any other market out there filled with more fairy tale logic, exaggerations and flat-out lies than this one.
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QUESTION: Dear Tom, I am not currently using any fat burners. However, in many magazines where I see advertisements for fat burners, they always have a model with a six-pack and the headline is something like, “It takes more than training and nutrition to get a six-pack.” Once a person hits a plateau, do we really need fat burners to achieve that “ripped” or “six-pack” look? I am having a really hard time getting my stomach to look the way I want it, and I really respect your opinion, so I appreciate your thoughts on this.