Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Isagenix fraud

Isagenix fraud: "Three ways to identify diet fraud and quackery:

- Claims large rapid weight loss, often 'easy, guaranteed and lasting.' (Weight loss should not exceed one or two pounds per week.)

- Relies heavily on undocumented case histories, before and after photos, and testimonials by 'satisfied customers.' (Paid models are often used in photos, with testimony written by marketers.)

- Claims to get rid of 'cellulite.' (Cellulite does not exist; such claims are a red-flag-warning of misinformation.)"