Hypothesis and Purpose
In the context of present-day developments, losing weight appears to be a relevant problem for a great number of people. A variety of approaches for achieving this aim exists, and pills are one of them (Singh, 2019). LossBottle pills are claimed to speed the metabolism and contribute to rapid losing weight. LossBottle promises that clients will see the result in a week, as average customers lose 5 pounds per week. Therefore, the purpose of the experiment is to prove the validity of this hypothesis, collecting a group of people and examining their results.
There will be 100 participants for the experiment, 50 men and 50 women, aged 18 to 25, who will be equally divided into control and experimental groups. All the participants are required to eat the supplied healthy and balanced food. Women will adhere to the norm of 1500-1800 calories, depending on their height and body mass, and men will consume from 1800 to 2100 calories (Singh, 2019). All the participants are required to visit fitness classes three times a week, women will adhere to the female program, and men will do exercises suitable for them.
Dependent and Independent Variables
The independent variable for the experiment will be taking LossBottle pills. Men and women in the experiment group are required to consume them, while participants in the control group will not use them to lose weight (Singh, 2019). The dependent variable will be the number of lost pounds for every week and a month. The participants of the experiment group are expected to show more significant results, compared to the control group.
Conducting the Experiment
Before the experiment, participants should pass the total health examination, and their initial weight should be registered. The experiment will take a month, and weighting will be conducted once a week. The results for each week and the total result for the whole month will be evaluated and analyzed (Singh, 2019). The participants must do the same activities for losing weight, though the experimental group should add adherence to LossBottle pills. The results should be registered, compared, and analyzed after a month.
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