July 29, 2015
Skinny Water Review
Ingredients depend partly on the flavor. But the acai grape blueberry, which might appeal to more people because of its apparent concentration of the superfruit acai has garcinia cambogia, l-carnitine, acai, panax ginseng, guarana, and ECGC in a 936mg proprietary blend.
The only one that really applies to weight loss is EGCG, which is the main component of green tea. Otherwise, there’s quite a bit of caffeine, but not really weight loss benefits. It may encourage some to drink more water, which acts as a natural appetite suppressant. But realistically, it has no fat burning qualities or really anything beyond tap water.
Skinny Water 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
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Irregular heart beat
- Loss of appetite
Overall Impression of Skinny Water:
We are not sure how much Skinny Water dilutes the caffeine based ingredients. Our guess is that it may or may not actually cause side effects such as nervousness or jitters. But that also means that even if it did have more viable ingredients, the results would also be questionable. If you drink this religiously twice a day, the costs can quickly add up. You will not see benefits. If you like the taste, occasionally buying it for the taste probably won’t hurt anything. But in terms of weight loss, don’t expect anything.