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Skinny Fiber was introduced in 2011, and its headquarters are based out of Murray, Utah. They are a multi level marketing company, and they do not aim to help you achieve your long-term weight loss goals as an individual. The company “Skinny Fiber” believes that if you feel full, you will not eat which is why they made a diet pill to expand in your stomach. This is intermittent fasting at its finest, folks. When you call into the number the Skinny Fiber product provides, it directly links you with a sales rep. I got an unprofessional and confused, “hello” when I called in. It was almost as if the rep forgot she was selling Skinny Fiber, and quickly bounced back to try and save face when she realized I was calling in about buying the product. This company is not an honest company, and I would not spend a dime on their products, or compromise my health. On top of the terrible customer service, and point of sale system that skinny fiber offered they could not answer even the simplest of questions that I asked.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Skinny Fiber Diet?
From the many reviews I read, the consensus was NO. People did not see results, and they fely like their money was completely wasted on this product. Ironically Skinny Fiber’s website is lo longer available to the public at this present time, and they have sales reps who have their own pages to sell the pills from. Amazon, EBay, and Bonanza also sell Skinny Fiber and the reviews are absolutely terrible. Just by reading a few of the horror story reviews I would not go near this product. Their ingredients are not even backed up by science, especially now that their website is down. Before when the website was down they gave insight to the three main ingredients in the pill, but still stayed very vague with their descriptions:
- Glucomannan: An appetite suppressor, and water-soluble fiber
- Caralluma Fimbrita: Naturally controls hunger and increases stamina
- Cha De Bugre: Appetite control, metabolism increase, and Disease (which was interesting).
Because Skinny Fiber simply offers a quick fix pill, we already know this company is a scam and call its bluff. If you really want to try Skinny Fiber, save $60.00 and head down to your health store and grab fiber pills for $5.00.
Here are some customer reviews on the product:
“No changes I am drinking 4-5 20oz bottles full of water as recommended, other then urinating every hour or so no other changes I am still feel hungry. Been on the pill for 3 days I have gained 2 lbs…. contact me if you can help me! I am sending a sample of my one of my pills to skinny fiber to check for authenticity. … NO ONE CONTACTED ME ABOUT THIS AND NOW I CANT RETURN FOR A REFUND…. FRAUD THIS IS NOT THE REAL SKINNY FIBER THEY ARE BOGUS. ..” Livette Sims
“I actually ordered this from the distrubator so I know it was the real stuff. Let me start by saying don’t waste your time. I bought 6 months worth and took it regularly for 2.5 months. I work out 4-5 days a week and do low carb, I started this for a kick start since I had come to a stand still. The reviews on here and facebook were so good so thought what the heck give it a try. I not only did not loose weight but I gained 5lbs in that time. There was no felling fuller than usual, nothing just me taking 4 pills a day. This is a joke. I stopped taking the pills last Saturday since then I have started loosing weight again ( the 5 lbs I put on as a matter of fact). I even left a comment on their Facebook page for the distributor saying which exercises where good and a well balanced eating plan. They deleted me as a follower and blocked me from their site. That has to tell you something!! Just work out and eat healthy and you will get your results, don’t fall for this pill gimmick!!!” BLND12501
Is The Skinny Fiber Diet Easy To Follow?
The bottle recommends that you take the supplement 30 minutes before each meal, because it is supposed to expand in your stomach to force you to feel full, and eat less. Those are the only instructions to follow, so yes it is relatively easy to follow. Will you lose weight? Most likely you will not lose weight, as Skinny Fiber does not promote exercise, healthy eating, or portioned calories, which are just a few staples when trying to become healthier and lose weight. Consuming a pill is easy, but it is not a quick fix and it will not do anything for you in the long run. There can be many dangerous side effects when taking a diet pill like Skinny Fiber. This diet pill is starving your body’s system of any and everything good. Even though it claims to keep you full, it cannot be possible for your body to survive in this way. People noted to feel heartburn more often while taking the Skinny Fiber pill, as well as an upset stomach (naturally). Side effects also include an instant re-gain of the weight that may have been lost once you stop starving your body of food.
Stay away. Stay far far away! There are a lot of support groups on Facebook for people who have chosen to invest in skinny fiber, and the numbers range from 10,000 likes to 40,000 likes depending on the page you are looking into. Because there are so many reps trying to make their way up the chain selling skinny fiber, you will see a lot of fake activity on these pages. Because the main website is down, the only real way people are hearing about Skinny Fiber is through the reps they have working territories. It’s a relief that the product is being sold on Amazon, because it exposes the company to reviews that seem genuine and honest regarding how bad the product really is. This company is a complete scam, and I would not waste your time or money trying it out. There are many “get rich quick” companies on the Internet, and this is definitely one of them. Do your health and your paycheck a favor and keep a good distance away from Skinny Fiber, and the reps trying to suck you in!
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
- “Articles by Success Stories About Skinny Fiber.” Skinny Fiber On Amazon. Web.
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