Skinny Fiber Pills Review
If you are looking for the secret to Hollywood’s famous figures, you can find the “secret” everywhere you look. One minute, we’re told that acai is the answer, and a minute later, there is someone telling us to buy hoodia. Today, makers of Skinny Fiber Pills believe that fiber is the answer. All you need is a healthy fiber supplement, which in this case is made up of 3 natural ingredients, to help you to control obesity.
In addition, Skinny Fiber Pills promise that you can fight health problems such as constipation, hemorrhoids, bloating, and heart disease, but health benefits are more of an afterthought. Our focus is on whether or not Skinny Fiber Pills are actually equipped to help you to lose more wieght.
Do the Fibers in Skinny Fiber Pills Promote Weight Loss?
Only one of the ingredients in Skinny Fiber Pills is actually a fiber! Bet you didn’t see that one coming. To Skinny Fiber Pills’ credit, that one fiber has been clinically proven to promote natural appetite suppressing benefits. However, the whole idea of Skinny Fiber Pills is supposed to be a fiber based health supplement and weight loss pill in one.
The one fiber, glucomannan, has been through multiple clinical studies. These studies show that glucomannan can be used as a powerful appetite suppressant, blowing up in the stomach, leaving less room for food. In addition, Skinny Fiber Pills use an ingredient called caralluma fimbriata. This cactus is not exactly a fiber, but caralluma has been clinically proven to be a powerful appetite suppressant under the right conditions.
The final ingredient on the other hand has never actually been proven to do anything. For all we know, cha de bugre may as well be a placebo. This particular ingredient has become incredibly popular, because we like the idea that there is some kind of Brazilian weight loss miracle, but there is no substance to back up those kinds of claims.
Are Skinny Fiber Pills Powerful Enough to Do the Job?
Skinny Fiber Pills use 2 clinically proven appetite suppressants, which could technically be enough. However, Skinny Fiber Pills couldn’t have picked worse ingredients. These ingredients can be incredibly powerful. The problem is that while ingredients like green tea can burn fat with as little as 400mg, and African mango promotes weight loss with as little as 150mg, both caralluma and glucomannan require at least 1000mg each.
We struggle to find diet pills that use 400mg of green tea. Unless a product tells us on a printed label that “this product uses 1000mg of glucomannan”, we cannot assume that the product in question meets scientific standards. Skinny Fiber Pills do not provide any information on the doses of any of the 3 ingredients, including cha de bugre, which really doesn’t matter anyway.
Skinny Fiber Pills Conclusion
If there’s one thing we can say for Skinny Fiber Pills….wait, we’re really having a hard time coming up with anything. Technically, 2 out of 3 of the ingredients in Skinny Fiber Pills have been clinically proven to suppress appetite, but only in extremely large amounts that Skinny Fiber Pills probably don’t have.
We would like to say that at least Skinny Fiber Pills offer a good price, or maybe a good money back guarantee. However, upon looking at the Skinny Fiber Pills website, we find that makers have let us down once again. Skinny Fiber Pills sells all bottles through a “free trial offer”, which signs you up for a $59.95 per month autoship program.
Skinny Fiber Pills do give you 30 days to make your returns, but we think that we have the right to legitimately question any product that has to trick you with a “free trial offer”.