3 Cautionary Tips on Shopping for Health Gadgets and Gizmos

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(HealthDay News) — If you’re looking for a newer, more convenient way to get fit, remember to be a smart shopper.

The American Council on Exercise says you should be wary of exercise products that:

  • Claim to burn extra calories with little effort.
  • Claim to burn more calories than similar products.
  • Offer suspicious testimonials.

Remember to read the fine print. This old adage holds true: If the manufacturer claims sound too good to be true, they probably are.

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