What You Should Know
Boresha Skinny is a coffee that claims to burn fat 800% faster than jogging. There is an official website, but this claim is the only information published on that website. There is no pricing information, contact or about us page or detailed description of the coffee. Upon further investigation, it seems the Boresha Skinny coffee is offered online by distributors, which accounts for the lack of information on the website. Other distributor websites offer more information and direct ordering, but the only ingredient listed is Arabica coffee.
List of Ingredients
AA Arabica Coffee, Buffered Caffeine, Vitamin C and Chromium.
Traditional coffee may cause fat storage leading to increased body weight, according to some experts. To get around this claim, Boresha Skinny combines AA Arabica coffee with fat burning and appetite suppressing ingredients to inhibit fat storage and help the dieter lose more weight. To achieve optimal benefits, the dieter should drink 24 ounces of Boresha Skinny coffee every day. This could lead to jitters, nausea and sleeplessness, if consumed at night. Coffee is a natural source of caffeine, but Boresha Skinny adds even more caffeine to the mix increasing the risk of stimulant side effects.
The ingredients in Boresha Skinny include buffered caffeine, vitamin C and chromium. We have no idea the total caffeine content of the coffee after buffered caffeine is added, so dieters sensitive to caffeine should start out with less than the suggested dose. Vitamin c may help boost the immune system, but it has no effect on fat storage.
Chromium is added to control blood glucose levels in an attempt to stop fat storage and hunger. Chromium is one of the few proven weight loss ingredients with positive clinical results backing claims of glucose control. We have no idea how much chromium is added to the Boresha Skinny coffee.
Boresha Skinny is often combined with Boresha Cream and Boresha Sweetener. If the dieter wants to order all three, they can expect to pay $70 for a 10-day supply. The 30-day supply of all three retails for $125 per month plus shipping and handling. Boresha Skinny coffee sells for $30 for a 10-day supply without the other added products.
- Coffee contains caffeine.
- Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
- Added chromium may help control hunger.
- No ingredient lists on distributor websites.
- Much more expensive than other AA Arabica coffee.
- Boresha Skinny makes weight loss claims without clinical support.
- May be a part of an auto-ship program.
Boresha Skinny is a fat-burning coffee that is outrageously priced. No dieter should pay more than $100 for a coffee kit that claims to burn 800% more fat. As the old saying goes, “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.”