Each day, millions of people look into the mirror wondering why their body looks way far to the stereotype of individuals seen in every magazine, showcasing slender bodies of women and men bordering perfection, looking substantially like a sculptural masterpiece. Feeling the shame and embarrassment for not looking like the person desired and portrayed of being built with less grams of fat, and instead of more lean muscles with a great shape, this results to discomfort, low self-esteem and irritability within psychological and emotional aspects of the person eventually affecting their daily lives. This puts them in a situation of desperate search for a solution, secretly dipping into the waters of the internet or virtually anything they can find to resolve their weight problem. People willingly would buy any product that sellers persuasively put in front of them, even without really knowing what they are, whether they have side effects or therapeutically proven, and how harmful can they be on the body, all with the promises that they will lose weight and achieve the attractiveness the media have depicted as a model of beauty.
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