Dr. Oz = Liar Liar
People are so desperate to lose weight that they’ll spend their hard earned money on pretty much anything that promises to help them shed weight. Before you buy you should do a little research. It’s really easy to google, and I bet if you do a little digging you’ll find that 9 out of 10 diet products or programs are scams.
Dr. Oz was slammed by Senator Claire McCaskill for the claims he made about weight-loss aids on his TV show. On his show, he never endorsed specific companies or brands but more generally praised some supplements as fat busters, including green coffee extract, raspberry ketone and garcinia cambogia.
Dr. Oz admitted that the products he promotes don’t “pass scientific muster.”