July 28, 2015
Skinny Boost Review
Ingredients in Skinny Boost include vitamins and minerals such as buffered caffeine, green tea, fruit juice concentrate, and kiwi fruit concentrate. Green tea may promote some weight loss, but only in doses of 400mg or more. Considering the one other named ingredient, it does not qualify for a “low glycemic index guideline”, and we would not guess that it would All things considered, they aren’t spending the money required to obtain and use nanotechnology either.
Skinny Boost is not safe to take if:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
Possible Side Effects
- Irregular heart beat
- Loss of appetite
Overall Impression of Skinny Boost:
Logically speaking, the makers of Skinny Boost are not willing to spend the money to use quality ingredients. So it is impossible that they would spend the money to utilize nanotechnology. What would be the point? The point of nanotechnology is to pack more powerful amounts of the same ingredients into the same size as you would normally take for smaller amounts. If you don’t have the right ingredients, why make them smaller to pack more in? Either way, Skinny Boost won’t work and will waste your money.