I have been a part of facebook groups for weight loss with skinny fiber distributors in the past. It may be all natural but there was never an answer for how the product worked. I also thought losing 20-30 or more pounds in one month for some people was scary.
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I use Equate Sugar Free Fiber Therapy. I take before my three main meals. Skinny Fiber is fiber. Just paying more it.
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1 6/27/13 11:03 A
My bottles should be in my mailbox today. I am excited to try it to see if it gives me the jump start I have been needing. (And no...I don't sell it and have no plans to sell it. I just don't have the time or desire to sell stuff!!) One person commented that it is an auto-ship program scam. It is NOT an auto-ship program. I will post again after I have been using it for a month or so!
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1 6/25/13 1:06 P
I'd like to hear from someone using it too. Someone who is NOT selling it. I can read all the reviews myself, but I don't know if I believe the ones where the person is selling it. And I have seen the bottle with the full list of ingredients. That's what intrigues me is the claims of more energy, etc. in addition to the full feeling. I eat well and only have about 10lbs to use, but I sure could use the extra energy at the same time. If the supplement really CAN help you feel full and help you have energy and better absorption then I might give it a try since although it is expensive, it is cheaper than buying all the supplements separately.
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Type "Skinny Fiber" into the Message Board Search function.... Lots of threads going back over a year.
My opinion...I'd rather eat real food than supplements, substitutions, etc.!! Cheaper...better...more variety.....!
But you can see what others thought anyway, and maybe sparkmail them to see what they think Now!
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9,689 6/17/13 9:30 P
Never heard of it, but a quick google tells me it's just another get thin quick pill. They don't tell you everything that's in it, and only one ingredient listed is actually fiber. Google is filled with page after page of paid testimonial type sites.
Supplements like this don't work. If they did, we'd all be taking them.
This particular one is another of those "sign up for 'free' and we'll hook you into an expensive autoship program" scams. If they were legit, they wouldn't need to have to scam people through their credit cards.
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