scamLean Belly Breakthrough and its companion Net-based publication See Your Abs are highly problematic Net offerings.  By our definition, they are scams and are disturbing examples of  how Internet marketers are trying to wrest money from unsuspecting consumers.   They claim to rid you of ALL of your belly fat in 30 days.   The story is similar to most other scam stories:  Mr. Krahn cites an unnamed German hospital where he met a certain ‘Dr. Heinrick,’ who gave him a ‘breakthrough new protocol’ to help him lose his belly fat and save his life. This program, Heinrick claims, has a ‘100% success rate’ with his patients. Long story short, he comes across ‘two, 3-ring binders each containing 29 pages of easy-to-follow instructions’ from Dr Heinrick.  He claims that this ‘shockingly effective, simple 2-minute ritual’  is capable of making you look and feel ‘decades younger.’ He also alleges that this ‘one simple method’ had been ‘covered up by unethical drug companies’ who are only interested in making ‘profits’ and not in telling the ‘truth.’

 

These two scams resort to a marketing strategy in which it enlists an army of “marketing affiliates” who create the fake review websites that use terms like “scam” “does it work” and “review” to rope in unsuspecting consumers who think they are actually getting objective information.  Instead, they are getting fake info for which the affiliates will receive commissions .

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Finally, the science behind the weight loss is nonexistent.  Read it yourself:

how lean belly breakthrough scam works

Judging from the symptoms Bruce claims his parents-in-law had (central obesity, heart problems, diabetes, back pain, arthritis), it looks like both of them were suffering from Cushing’s disease/syndrome, a condition caused by excess corticosteroids, a natural hormone, in the body. If I’m correct, then there is NO ‘natural’ or diet remedy for it! This is because Cushing’s only happens in cases of corticosteroid overdose or excessive production by the body due to a tumor in adrenal or pituitary gland. The treatment is only by immediate withdrawal of the offending corticosteroid drug or surgery to remove the tumor.   It is pretty clear that Bruce Krahn, or the fictional Dr Heinrick, is just making things up;  they offer no scientific validation for the claim  that some ‘internal irritation’ causes fat to accumulate around the waist and abdomen or arteries. Fat accumulates in the body due to bad lifestyle, hormonal imbalances (insulin, steroids) and hereditary factors.

Lean Belly Breakthrough is supposed to be owned by Dr Heinrick and Bruce Krahn, right? If so, then why is their product being endorsed by a Suneil Kumar of the Doctor-Certified.com?

suneil kumar doctor certified lean belly breakthrough scam

However, the hijacked identity of Suneil Kumar has been used to put a doctor’s touch to scams like The 3-Week Diet, ED Miracle, Red Smoothie Detox Factor, Heartburn No More, Yeast Infection No More and Pregnancy Miracle. All these scams are exposed here.

Our greatest concern — and one that you should share — is that these marketers are less interested in selling you this book and its information.  They are laser focused on upselling you are much as possible and making as much money from you as possible.   Their e-books are the bait to ensnare you.   If you must take that bait, so be it.   But attempt to avoid the other traps that lay await for you by unscrupulous marketers who apparently will bombard you with offers once you enter their realm.