Is the cyberdiet an idea whose time has come? Or,
is the cyberdiet really just an illusive myth? In other words, does
the cyberdiet exist in reality or has the Internet age produced
some cyberdiet concept of sorts? Does the cyberdiet exist only in
cyberspace or is the cyberdiet a genuine concept in dieting? Can
the cyberdiet produce real tell-in-the-size-of-your-jeans results?
A cyberdiet of some sort can be found on the health
information links of most ISPs regular menus. Click one cyberdiet
link to be bombarded by cyberdiet pop-up ads offering all kinds
of cyberdiet plans. Have you ever actually gone out on a limb and
given a cyberdiet web site your e-mail address? If you have, then
your e-mail box is operating on overload compliments of spam
from cyberdiet web sites.
The cyberdiet theory is that by participating in
a cyberdiet you will lose weight. That cyberdiet theory sounds simple
enough but how do you actually participate in a cyberdiet program?
Participation in a cyberdiet is actually the purchasing of a cyberdiet
membership. Why dont cyberdiet web sites just say that upfront?
Because then youd know the reality of the cyberdiet concept.
The cyberdiet concept isnt new at all because the cyberdiet
concept in reality is getting your money for something that doesnt
exist. Sounds familiar, doesnt it?