What You Should Know
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to control how our body treats fat? Think about it- we would control our brain’s appetite signals, our nutrient distribution, and our fat-burning mechanism. Available in pixie sticks, SkinnyAde promises to help you accomplish this, one drink at a time.
This product claims to “flip the switch,” tweaking your body to burn fat instead of carbohydrates. By thermogenesis induced by diet, this product promises to cause weight loss, suppress appetite, and balance energy to promote long-lasting results.
List of Ingredients
Not available, besides the information that SkinnyAde contains caffeine.
As a low-glycemic energy drink, SkinnyAde claims to improve metabolism and prevent fat storage; in fact, it supposedly works by “telling” the body what to burn first. This, in turn, translates into more energy and increased weight loss. This product guarantees complete satisfaction.
- It claims to be approved by FDA and FTC standards.
- SkinnyAde offers a 10-day money-back guarantee.
- This product is sold in individual packets or sets of 30.
- This product has many positive reviews.
- There are no side effects associated with SkinnyAde.
- This product’s official website does not offer any testimonials or before-and-after pictures.
- There are some spelling errors on the official page, raising flags about authenticity.
- Regular exercise and/or a diet program is not promoted.
- The only scientific research listed comes from their own laboratory.
- SkinnyAde contains caffeine.
- When compared with other diet products, SkinnyAde is very expensive.
SkinnyAde does not look like a harmful product, but neither does it seem to be scientifically supported. Some review sources lists several B and C vitamins as some of its ingredients, which are beneficial in regulating and improving metabolism; however, this product may not have any active ingredients directive conducive to weight loss. Its official website, moreover, does not explain how this product works but rather contains much information about how diet sodas can be more fattening than their regular counterparts, and how they don’t work. This claim is based on the other products’ inability, and therefore, lacking facts.
Finally, there seems to be strings attached SkinnyAde’s trial offer. It has been reported that the 10-day money-back guarantee is not a genuine offer. Many people who have bought the product have claimed that these 10 days start as soon as the product is ordered. This not only gives the customer 2 or 3 days to decide, but it also signs him/her up on an automatic shipment system that will send him the product every month. Bottom line: One must be informed and willing to make a commitment to this product before bringing it home.