Skinny Stix is a weight loss aid produced by the company Zantrex and is in a form or a powder, and is meant to be simply mixed with water. There are three flavors you can choose from: Berry, lime, and tangerine. It states that the product will help improve your energy, focus, and stamina as well as act as an appetite suppressant.* As instructed you are not supposed to exceed taking three sticks in a given day. In one tube you will get 25 Stix, and they are not cheap at around $1.00 per stick.
The Ingredients in the Skinny Stix are: Niacin, Yerba Mate, Guarana, Coffee Bean Extract, Damiana Extract, Stevia Extract, Cacao, Rice extract, Cayenne Pepper, Chlorella Powder, Grape Extract, Blueberry powder, Cranberry Powder, Sour Cherry Powder, Plum Powder, Raspberry concentrate, Strawberry Powder, Bilberry Powder, Grape Powder, and Blueberry Extract.
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Skinny Stix?
There are mixed reviews about this product both deeming good and bad as far as weight loss is concerned. This product comes from Salt Lake City, Utah, which is not surprising as many companies such as this come from Utah. A lot of customers across the United States said that the Stix actually upset their stomach and gave them cramps and bloat. Others noted that the supplement was great for energy but pretty terrible for weight loss, which makes sense when you look at the ingredient list. There were more thumbs down for the weight loss aspect of the product, which has me skeptical overall about its effectiveness to help one lose weight and keep it off.
Is Skinny Stix Easy To Follow?
Because you are supposed to take no more than three a day this supplement is rather expensive to take long term. One box will essentially last you one week. The instructions of this product are very simple to follow as you tear open a Stix packet and add it to your water. If you want to “feel” the appetite suppresser it is recommended that you take the supplement before a meal. However, I am not usually hungry after drinking an entire glass of flavored water anyways, so their weight loss tactic behind this product is severely lacking based off of their customer reviews.
These Stix are rather expensive, and have been proven according to customer reviews to not be effective for weight loss at all. It is just another marketing ploy by the company to have a celebrity endorser such as Jenny McCarthy on the cover of their box to make the product look more viable. Don’t be fooled by marketing ploys such as this, and do your research on the product as a whole. It is very clear that a majority of their customer’s only thought it worked for energy purposes and not for weight loss. While it may work for energy, there are a lot of cheaper options to help with energy rather than purchasing the expensive Skinny Stix at 1$ per serving. When it comes to weight loss, there is no such thing as “easy”. It will take time, determination and change in diet to see results that will last so don’t be fooled by products that promise results without the change in your nutrition or calorie restriction.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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*Individual results will vary.
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