If you are a new seller, my first piece of advice is to clean out your garage or attic. You need to gain some experience selling before you go off and purchase a large lot of wholesale merchandise.
Start by selling used goods, small appliances, wedding gifts you never use, old books (non-fiction one are best), used sporting goods, clothing items (that great leather jacket that doesn't fit you any more or that pair of cowboy boots you bought on your business trip to Dallas, but never wear). The experience you gain will be invaluable, you will not risk any capital or make any investment beyond some small eBay fees.
Virtually everything is for sale on eBay. One night while watching the sport of curling during the Winter Olympics, I though a curling stone would make an attractive doorstop and conversation piece for my office. During the commercial I went on line to eBay and found dozens of curling stones for sale. One of them now holds the door open to our billiard room.
Next turn to your hobbies and interests. Too many sellers think the only way to make a fortune is to buy hundreds of the latest hot selling items and put up dozens of auctions. The problem is that hundreds of other sellers are doing the same thing. (If you don't believe me do a search for diet pills, or cell phone boosters.) As you gain experience you can move into these markets, but this area is fraught with danger for the new seller. There are plenty of companies with enough money to import these items directly by the thousands and undersell anyone who buys through a distributor or wholesaler.
Sell something you know something about. Almost everyone collects "something." If you are knowledgeable about a collectible or an art object, then you have the ability to do the research to find the products at prices you can resell.
Once you gain experience try to focus on larger dollar items. If you only make $2.00 profit per sale, you have to close (and ship) 1,000 auctions per month to make $2,000.
Another technique is to sell items in bulk. If you bought a large box of videotapes at a garage sale, separate them into categories and sell them as a lot. You will often make more money than selling them individually. This can also work for clothing. There are sellers that buy children's clothing from garage sales, sort it by size and gender and sell it in lots. One of my neighbors does this. She will typically pay between $3 to $6 total for several pieces of clothing that she can get over $20 for on eBay. She does the same thing with closeout dealers. She will buy a pallet load of new children's clothing, sort it by size and sell it in lots of 5 or 10 pieces. Although she might make slightly more selling the pieces individually, this way they sell quicker, the average sale is larger and she turns her inventory over many time more often than she could otherwise.
On eBay seller I know purchases large lots of the hot selling items on eBay (cell phone boosters, pocket knives, etc.) and turns around and sells them in lots of 10 or 25 to other eBayers who want to buy for resale. He recently imported 50,000 disposable cigarette lighters from Korea that he bought for about 11 cents each. He sold them on eBay in lots of 500 for 36 cents each. He made $125 on each lot less his eBay fees. I asked him who was buying the lighters and he said that most of his buyers were flea market, gas station and convenience store owners who sold the lighters over the counter for 99 cents each.
Watch out for those free trials!!! What you don't read in the small print is that they will automatically start sending you bottles evey month for like $80 or $90 a bottle if you don't cancel they will send and charge you for.
Is it the MHP Up Your Mass?
You can take a shake in the morning and another after your workout or simply once after your workout and once in the morning on non-workout days.
Just make sure you ARE working out as this supplement is calorie/carb/fat dense along with protein and will make you fat if you don't.
Synephrine's part of my current weight loss stack, I take about 20mg with 9mg Yohimbine and 180mg caffeine and it works really well.
Oh, just so we're clear Synephrine is a stimulant and should not be taken if you have a number of conditions (they're on whatever bottle your taking)
Only a rare few will lose weight with medication alone. What the meds do when at the correct levels is stop the weight gain and allow the gained weight to be lost with diet and exercise. It's often a slow weight loss, but it will happen if you become involved in your care. You need to always test in the morning and know what your thyroid levels are. You med is a T4 med. This means you need the morning TSH around 1.0, otherwise you may not be able to lose weight. If you still have symptoms after getting to around a 1.0, then get your free t3 level taken. Poor converters of T4 to T3 can be the reason one is still having problems.
I am hypothyroid. I gained 50-55 pounds with the condition. I have since lost 30 pounds, but it took me 5 years to do so. I am still working on the last 20-25 pounds. Below is a thyroid forum where you can talk about losing weight
You might not be able to sell these on any selling service like eBay or Amazon because of the ingredients it has (i.e. ephedrine). You could try selling directly to one person by using Craigslist, Facebook marketplace, or a variety of other websites. Craigslist is free and is one of the most popular classified-type website.
Or just ask around, your friends, your friend's friends, colleagues, etc. Word of mouth is a great way to sell stuff.
What is the best way for me to lose weight?
The best way to lose weight is to use more calories than you take in. You can do this by following a healthy eating plan and being more active. Before you start a weight-loss program, talk to your doctor.
Safe weight-loss programs that work well:
Set a SENSIBLE goal of slow and steady weight loss — 1 to 2 pounds per week
Offer yourself low-calorie eating plans with a wide range of healthy foods
Encourage yourself to be more physically active – try to it with others
Teach yourself about healthy eating and physical activity
Adapt to your likes and dislikes and cultural background
Help yourself to keep weight off after you lose it
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Agriculture (USDA) offer tips for healthy eating in Dietary Guidelines for All Americans.
Focus on fruits. Eat a variety of fruits — fresh, frozen, canned, or dried — rather than fruit juice for most of your fruit choices. For a 2,000-calorie diet, you will need 2 cups of fruit each day. An example of 2 cups is 1 small banana, 1 large orange, and 1/4 cup of dried apricots or peaches.
Vary your veggies. Eat more:
dark green veggies, such as broccoli, kale, and other dark leafy greens
orange veggies, such as carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and winter squash
beans and peas, such as pinto beans, kidney beans, black beans, garbanzo
beans, split peas, and lentils
Get your calcium-rich foods. Each day, drink 3 cups of low-fat or fat-free milk. Or, you can get an equivalent amount of low-fat yogurt and/or low-fat cheese each day. 1.5 ounces of cheese equals 1 cup of milk. If you don't or can't consume milk, choose lactose-free milk products and/or calcium-fortified foods and drinks.
Make half your grains whole. Eat at least 3 ounces of whole-grain cereals, breads, crackers, rice, or pasta each day. One ounce is about 1 slice of bread, 1 cup of breakfast cereal, or 1/2 cup of cooked rice or pasta. Look to see that grains such as wheat, rice, oats, or corn are referred to as "whole" in the list of ingredients.
Go lean with protein. Choose lean meats and poultry. Bake it, broil it, or grill it. Vary your protein choices with more fish, beans, peas, nuts, and seeds.
Limit saturated fats. Get less than 10 percent of your calories from saturated fatty acids. Most fats should come from sources of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, such as fish, nuts, and vegetable oils. When choosing and preparing meat, poultry, dry beans, and milk or milk products, make choices that are lean, low-fat, or fat-free.
Limit salt. Get less than 1,150 mg of sodium (about 1/2 teaspoon of salt) each day.
Alli is the only over the counter weight loss pill approved by the FDA. There are only three prescription weight loss medications approved. Do you think that if any of them REALLY worked we would have a $60 billion a year industry in "weight loss" supplements?
The big three pharmaceuticals would dominate the market.
Approved or otherwise, none of these weight loss supplements guarantee anything unless you establish a healthy diet and exercise program.
So why not just establish a healthy diet and exercise program and keep your money?
You will be spending somewhere between $2 and $4 per day on a product that is not approved or guaranteed to do anything!
The only weight loss supplement I recommend is a basic multivitamin.
No its not bad and its never a good idea to eliminate entire food groups from your diet anyway. Dairy is a good source of calcium. Skimmed milk, cottage cheese, natural yoghurt are all good for you.
Acai berry pills are powerful antioxydant that help cleanse the blood by fighting free radicals lowering cholesterol, and is a good nutrient for skin. But they do not burn fat and aid weight loss unless combine with other ingredients like green tea. But beware of poor acai formulas that don't list the dosage of each ingredients.For more details on a good acai formula visit this review site. www.dietpillanalyst.com and read the Acai Berry Select review.