Skinny Fiber is a nonprescription weight management supplement designed to help dieters who are attempting to lose body fat. It is meant to make the process faster and easier than it would be without it. The official website for this product markets directly to female dieters. The design of the marketing uses color choices and imagery that are exceptionally stereotypically female. At the same time, the site also underscores that this product is “NOT a weight loss pill.”
Instead, it calls itself an alternative to using “harmful diet pills” that are commonplace within the industry, while still helping dieters to avoid having to undergo weight loss surgery. On the other hand, even though it is very careful to point out that it is not a diet pill, it does not give itself another name by which it would like to be known.
The claims on the official website are that the pills will provide dieters with appetite suppression, which will make it easier to stick to a lower calorie diet. If a dieter should do that successfully, he or she will be able to lose weight with greater ease. According to the manufacturer of the product, these diet pills are made of a combination of a number of specific enzyme powders added to herbal substances.
At the time this review was written, the Skinny Fiber ingredients were listed as: glucomannan, caralluma fimbriata, cha de bugre, and a blend of 7 enzyme powders, which were: amylase, protease, lipase, glucoamylase, papain, cellulase, and bromelain.
According to the website, much of the struggle that people face with their appetites and their weight loss efforts have to do with an inadequate balance of healthy enzymes to digest the foods they are eating. As a result, supplementing those enzymes may help them to better digest their foods, detoxify their bodies and even enhance their immune function and release stored fat. Enzymes, says the website, are also at the core of making sure a dieter will get the best results out of the exercises that he or she completes.
This may or may not be true but the site did not go so far as to support its claims by citing medical studies that would show that the ingredients do what the company says they do. As a result this leaves the research in the hands of the consumer, which makes things much more challenging. Therefore, it’s important to speak with a doctor before taking this product.