The fax arrived just in time. Thinking about the food that I will be consuming today and realizing that there will be special dietary challenges over the next five or six weeks, a diet seems in order. And this fax must have been sent by a friend because the handwritten note at the top of the page says “this is the diet I was telling you about.”
Just one thing – my friends usually sign their notes, so I suspect this is not from a friend.
But it does sound intriguing, it promises that I can eliminate unwanted fat forever, without diet or exercise and that the diet will reverse the aging process while I am getting slim.
Sounds wonderful! But wait a minute. While the fax promises glowing results if I purchase this product, there is no proof that it actually works. In fact, if this were a really great product, wouldn’t it cite specific studies that have shown its effectiveness? Wouldn’t there be quotes from doctors and hospitals about the reversal of the aging process, since this would be a revolutionary finding?
Guess I am too skeptical and will have to resort to the usual diet and exercise to keep my waist from expanding.