Skinny Sprinkles is a weight loss supplement that comes in sachets. Each sachet contains a shot of granules that has to be mixed with water and drunk before meals.
It’s intended to reduce the appetite and help people to eat less food. Appetite suppressants are two to a penny these days, but Skinny Sprinkles has an edge that many competing supplements do not have.
Several celebrities have given it their endorsement and the media has been quick to pick up on this, so the drink has been the focus of a number of newspaper articles.
However, the truth of the matter is, Skinny Sprinkles is an appetite suppressant that’s powered by glucomannan. There is no shortage of those and many of them are priced considerably cheaper.
Possible Skinny Sprinkles Benefits
- Helps you to snack less
- Makes you feel fuller for longer
- Helps you to lose weight
- Provides Vitamin C and niacin
- Fights fatigue
- Suitable for Vegans and vegetarians
- No GMO
Skinny Sprinkles Celebrity Endorsements
Welsh TV personality and Valleys star, Lateysha Grace, caused a bit of a stir when she posted a picture of herself on Instagram, holding a glass of Skinny Sprinkles, and wrote “It’s like a gastric band in a glass.”
The former TOWIE cutie, Billie Mucklow is also a fan and claims it helped her to regain her figure after giving birth to her first child.
Holly Hagan from Geordie Shores says she dropped four dress sizes by using Skinny Sprinkles and her co-star, Chloe Ferry, followed her example and began using the product in an effort to sprinkle her excess poundage away.
One sachet provides:
- Inulin (3.2g): An ingredient that is normally extracted from chicory root. It’s generally used as a laxative. This is the first time we’ve seen it added to a diet supplement.
- Glucomannan (1g): The power ingredient. Glucomannan is a natural fiber that is super absorbent and can retain up to 50 times its own weight in water. The resulting compound fills the stomach and creates a feeling of fullness. Experts at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) state a dose of 1g is required three times a day (before meals). Skinny Sprinkles provides this.
- Natural caffeine Anhydrous (50mg): A fast-acting form of caffeine. Caffeine is a proven weight loss booster and is also good for providing extra energy.
- Green tea extract (50mg): Arguably the most popular diet pill ingredient in the world, green tea is a proven fat buner.
- Vitamin C (27mg), Niacin (5.3mg): Two popular vitamins that have apparently been added to help fight tiredness and fatigue.
- Manganese (0.67mg): A chemical element that is included here to aid fatty acid metabolism. It’s sometimes credited with this ability, but further study is required.
Skinny Sprinkles Customer Testimonials
Some testimonials read:
Product Suitability and Potential For Side Effects
Skinny Sprinkles will not be suitable for women who are pregnant or nursing a child. People who have existing health problems or concerns should seek medical advice before using the product. People using medication should do the same. The main reported side effects are stomach related. Anyone who has excessive side effects is advised to discuss the matter with their doctor.
The Best Place to Buy Skinny Sprinkles
The best place to purchase this product is via the official Skinny Sprinkles website and a 10-day supply of sachets will set you back around £20 – or similar in US or Canadian dollars
Skinny Sprinkles is not backed by a money back guarantee.
The Final Judgment
All things considered, we think most people who use this product to support their existing efforts, with diet and exercise, will see some benefit.
But the same can be said for any diet supplement designed to provide 1,000mg of glucomannan, 3 times per day. Some of the top diet pills can also suppress the appetite, offer other benefits as well, cost less money, and come with a money back guarantee. So Skinny Sprinkles could be good, but it will never be the best.