I didn't say there is NO value in the market. I just said it's based on unethical practices. If it's been proven that weight loss products don't work for 98% of the people who take it and they only bought it to satisfy a natural urge for a "quick fix", then in my personal opinion it's unethical to continue selling those kinds of products using the same tactics. It's my opinion.By the way, maybe I'm biased since I am in the supplement industry, but you are making the incorrect assumption that there is NO value in the market. Do some people take advantage of consumers and sell snake oil? Sure. However, there are others (the majority) who sell quality products that provide the consumer value.
I am not against the supplement business, I am a bodybuilder. And as a bodybuilder, I know that the majority of supplements in the market are placebo at best.
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