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Malaysian Doctor Slams Netizen For Suggesting False Weight Loss Advice - WORLD OF BUZZ
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When it comes to losing weight, most of us have a general idea of how to do it, which generally means a sustained period of clean, healthy eating and exercise.

You would think that with the many examples of people benefiting from such a weight loss regime, the rest of us would not agree with those who think they have found a quicker way to lose weight. Well, you are dead wrong!

Taking to Twitter, one netizen thought it was a good idea to share her weight loss regime she attributes to simply taking dietary supplements commonly found at pharmacies around the country.

Doctor Slams Netizen For Suggesting False Weight Loss Advice, Insists That It Is Nothing More Than Baloney - WORLD OF BUZZ 3

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Garnering thousands of retweets, it is clear that there are still those out there who think that there is a quicker way to lose weight.

Not wanting to bask in the ‘wrong practice’ of losing weight, one doctor began her barrage of the netizen and tell her that she could not be more wrong in her ways.

Taking to Twitter her is what Dr. @rafidah72 had to say.

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“I have a problem when someone recommends something they consume to others.”

“I have a problem with gullible Malaysians who believe in taking nonsense for weight loss. You don’t want to even work for it.”

Piling on the hurt, she then continued her barrage in condemning the product that the netizen was consuming in a corresponding thread.

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In her posted manuscript, the conclusion writes, “Adulterated products pose the biggest safety concern of all fat burners and dietary supplements in general. “

“Adulterated products marketed as fat burners have often not been tested for efficacy or safety.”

We know that achieving the right waist size and your ideal weight may be a bit easier by taking untested and unsafe supplements.

But is it really worth the risk?

We urge members of the public to seek dietary advice from qualified dietitians that can truly help you in your journey to weight loss. 

 

Also read: 22yo Woman Accidentally Swallows 30cm Long Tube After Using it To Make Herself Vomit to Lose Weight

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