We may not notice it, but drug companies like us to depend on them to lose weight. Though, they have been saying that they would want us to live healthily, the truth is that they just want to make money from us. Sometimes, they pretend to be so righteous that all they want is the result and not our money. Don’t go for those sweet talks because none of it is true.
To denounce excess weight, ever rising rates of clinical obesity among our nation’s youth, and the perils of not exercising enough, there has been a bequest of ambiguity, misinformation and outright scare mongering that star as horrible and harmful as ever. Growing up to this society, we are taught to lose belly fat in highly controversial terms, with severe worst case scenarios lobbed at us at every turn so that drug companies could scare us into action. “lose belly fat, or you will die!” Though, I’m a bit exaggerated; the truth is pretty much the same that we tend to buy drug in an effort to lose weight.
Because we are scared, drug companies are able to advertise their products to us even though, we don’t really need it. For many people, supplement is enough to keep them going as it enables people to achieve a certain level in exercising. Supplements like creatinine powder, where used to enhance the effectiveness and intensity of people’s workouts, but are they fully aware of the side effects of such products.
Creatine powder, helps to develop muscle tissue, but some scientists claimed that using such a product can lead to lifetime in the user part. With some, ending up can’t do anything if they haven’t taken the supplement.
That is not the only issue with creatine as there are certain types of medication that will interfere with the drug and creates a significant degree of toxicity within the body (eventually leading to a toxic state that the victim suffers a stroke). People using steroid have tendencies to become fatter as a side effect of using the drug.