I normally like what you have to say and I follow all your videos and stuff. But I saw your before and after picture on one of those side bar advertisements for some acai pill and another pill for the some muscle pump.
It claimed you went from your skinny before picture to the present picture of you in 8 weeks... Come on man that is a bunch of BS, why did you post that? Can't you be a little more honest?
No doubt if you have surfed the Internet at all over the last few months you have seen these stupid ads plastered everywhere. Usually with the headline: "How I got ripped in 4 weeks..."
or something along those lines.
Just to let you know acai berry is nothing more then some over priced, over hyped fruit juice. In fact it has LESS anti-oxidants then the plain old apple or orange juice that you can pick up at the grocery store!
So to put things in perspective, you have a better chance of getting ripped and buff by drinking a glass of OJ then you do taking this acai berry (and OJ will cost you a lot less money too).
Now to make matters worse, not only is this whole acai stuff a huge scam to try and trick you out of your hard earned money, while these dishonest greedy SOB's are laughing all the way to the bank... With YOUR Money!
But they are illegally using pictures of people, like myself, and several other reputable fitness professionals, to advertise their websites. It's bad enough that they are selling a BS product, but to tarnish the image of honest people with their scam just makes my blood boil.
In fact the Better Business Bureau has already received "thousands" of complaints from consumers. And they have released a statement warning consumers to be wary of any website offering acai berry-related products.
Unfortunately, law enforcement officials have yet to catch up to these rogue operators because they operate in foreign countries. But when they do get caught, and it's only a matter of time, you can bet they are going to face some heavy fraud charges and hopefully some serious jail time as well.
So I just wanted to clarify that I DO NOT... I repeat DO NOT endorse any such supplements like acai berry! When you see any of these ads in the future stay the hell away from them. As they are nothing but a bunch of low life scam artists out to make a quick buck.
If you want to read more about the acai berry scam just check out this article on CTV News at:
And if you would like to know what nutritional supplements that I honestly do recommend and actually take myself, then check out my article: Lee's Top 5 Bodybuilding Supplements.