Skinny Fiber Reviews

Skinny Fiber Reviews

The weight loss supplement called Skinny Fiber is a product that is available over the counter and it is designed to assist dieters in suppressing their appetites so that it becomes easier for them to be able to stick to a healthy diet that shrinks their daily caloric intake, without suffering from that “starving” feeling that can ruin nearly any program.

According to the official website for this product, the benefits of Skinny Fiber come from a combination of herbal ingredients and enzyme powders. The website for this product is actually an impressive one. Instead of following the typical template of broad promises followed by a product ordering form, it brings together a number of different resources and features. It includes a product description, contests for prizes, challenges to accelerate weight loss, as well as food and nutrition articles.

Though this may be good for helping consumers to be able to inform themselves with regards to the use of this product and how to combine it with a healthy lifestyle that will improve the ability to lose weight, there is an immediate red flag that raises when it comes to the sodium content of this product. At the time that this review was written, it contained more than twice the recommended sodium level recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the average healthy adult. When it comes to individuals with health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure, it is closer to three times that amount. As this amount is added to the sodium total for the day in the dieter’s food, this could actually be quite problematic. It is recommended that a doctor be consulted before the use of this product begins.

The ingredients in this product are made up of two blends: the proprietary blend and the proprietary enzyme blend. The proprietary blend contains: glucomannan powder, caralluma fimbriata powder, and cha de bugre. The enzyme blend contains: amylase powder, protease powder, lipase powder, glucoamylase powder, papain powder, cellulase powder, and bromelain powder.

The site claims that this is all that is needed for feeling fuller, to detox the body and to “block and absorb properly.”

At the same time, the ingredients in Skinny Fiber have not been proven by scientific study. Among those that have been researched, the results can be considered small and preliminary, at best. Further trials will be needed before the effects of these ingredients can be properly understood and before it can be known how much the ideal amount for safe and healthy weight loss is – assuming that they do actually provide the promised benefits.

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