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Internet is an infinite space with infinite information; all of it might not be useful information. You can go through a lot of information that makes rounds on the internet but it is up to you to believe in the legitimacy of that information. In fact, there are some topics/articles on the internet which can directly affect your health and your well-being; so it is a good idea to not trust that information completely. Go through this article and I will convince you into not trusting everything available on the internet.
Information Might Not Be Written By A Reliable Source
There are so many articles present on the internet that talk about diet pills, ways to reduce weight, etc, but how do you know that they have been written by a nutritionist or an expert? How do you know that the diet pills they recommend have been approved by the FDA (you sure can do your research but again, how much can you trust that!)? To tell you the fact, these diet pills are known to cause a lot of side-effects. So, do not trust and practice everything you read on the internet.
They Are Only Saying Partial Truth
There are a lot of articles that promise that if you take a particular medicine or a diet pill there will be an instant weight loss. Have you come across the statement ‘lose 10kgs in 10 days’? Trust me these marketers are just trying to sell you their brand and nothing else. There are chances that you might lose weight in 10 days but just stop and think that if you lose 10kgs in 10 days, is it good for your body? No, it is not, and that article will not tell you the whole truth.
Do Not Fall For Words Like “Miraculous Weight Loss”
As talked in the above paragraph, don’t you think these articles are imbibing false hopes in your head? Are they not setting unrealistic expectations for all those who are trying to lose weight by following a strict exercise regime? Let me tell you the truth on your face that you will need to work hard and maintain a discipline to lose weight no matter whatever an internet article on weight loss claims!
Do Not Go On The Studies
You can retaliate to my logic saying that all the articles on weight loss and fitness mention the research work that validates the point that that particular article is trying to make. To that, I would say, that no doubts many articles talk based on some published research work but then they do not reveal the number of participants of that research; usually the research work is done on a very small sample size which shakes the whole premise of the research. To conclude, I would say that weight loss is a tedious and a process of discipline. If some article on the internet says otherwise then be wise enough to reject that article or altogether not read that particular article and waste your time!