Affiliate Disclosure & Editorial Guidelines

From a high-level view, the goal of Weight Loss Made Practical is to help people improve their overall physical health. To be able to do this, a variety of products are often very helpful. For some goals even essential.

That is why we mention products on our website here and there. These are often referred to with affiliate links. Purchasing products within a certain time frame through these links makes it so we receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

You should assume we have an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection, to any suppliers of goods and services that we discuss, and may be compensated for showing ads, recommending products or services, or linking to the supplier’s website.

For example Weight Loss Made Practical is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

These commissions allow us to make more great articles, products, and helpful emails. Again, at no extra cost to the readers.

While we do receive commissions, all opinions are our own. We understand that recommending products is a big responsibility and we try hard to treat it this way.

Our fitness experts spent a lot of time looking at and comparing the different important factors of the products we review. When we have the products we also test them so we can review them in even more detail.

These mentions are not limited to the upsides of a product. When we see room for improvement we also mention the downsides. This helps you make an informed decision about what products to invest in.

In short, sometimes we mention products when we think this benefits the readers. Purchasing the product through our links often makes it so we get a commission at no extra cost to the reader. All opinions are still our own and we take the responsibility of product mentions seriously.