This article, entitled Zumba injuries are up – 5 ways to get your groove on safely, comes from partner site Fat Fighter TV.
A few weeks ago, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charged marketers for the Ab Circle Pro with making false claims, including that the device could cause “rapid and substantial weight loss.” Of course before this case, there were plenty of other sketchy products like Skechers toning shoes, Nivea My Silhouette! skin cream and acai pills. And I guarantee more diet scams are out there.
So before you fall prey to these cleverly marketed bogus weight loss products, take a look at the following seven red flags. The FTC says it is almost always a diet scam if the product claims it will:
I hope these help. And as always, be careful out there!