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Skinny Water: Bottled Water With Weight Loss Benefits

Updated on October 14, 2008

I recently tried Skinny Water, a really great tasting enhanced bottled water that is supposed to help with weight loss. I found Skinny Water at my local Super Target, but haven't seen it at any other stores. I have always enjoyed Raspberry flavored bottled water, so when I noticed a flavored water that is supposed to control appetite in my favorite fruity flavor, I decided that I had to give it a try.

If you like flavored bottled water and are interested in curbing your appetite naturally, this product may be just what you are looking for. The active ingredients in Skinny Water are Super CitriMax and ChromeMate, natural substances which have been clinically proven to play a powerful role in curbing hunger, keeping blood sugar at healthy levels, and maintaining a normal metabolism.

The manufacturer recommends drinking a bottle of Skinny Water between 30 and 60 minutes before each meal to enjoy maximum weight loss benefits. I wasn't that systematic with my consumption of Skinny Water, but I did notice that it did seem to reduce my appetite. I have tried other beverages with CitriMax and ChromeMate, and do feel that consuming these substances has an appetite curbing effect on me.

I'm in favor of any great tasting beverage that might help me eat less, burn more calories, and keep my blood sugar levels where they are supposed to be. I drink bottled water regularly, so it only makes sense to choose one that can play a role in helping with weight management in addition to tasting great and keeping me hydrated.

Available Flavors

Skinny Water is available in a variety of flavors, including:

  • Raspberry
  • Peach
  • Lemon

Other Products in the Skinny Line

Skinny Nutritional company is about to launch several new products, including a Fruit Punch Flavored Skinny Water.

New Prodcuts Coming Soon Include:

  • Skinny Tea - This drink combines brewed bottled green iced tea with the same weight control ingredients as Skinny Water. It is available in two flavors: (1) kiss of lime (2) honey & lemon
  • Skinny Java - This product is a canned all natural coffee drink that isn't high in calories and has added benefits of appetite suppression, metabolism boosting, and carbohydrate blocking.
  • Skinny Smoothie - This beverage is a smoothie-style meal replacement drink that is high in protein and is low in fat, sugar, and calories.

Who Makes Skinny Water

Skinny Water and the complete line of Skinny brand beverages is the brain child of the Skinny Nutritional Corporation, which is based in Pennsylvania. The company specializes in beverages for fitness and weight-conscious consumers.


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    7 years ago

    if you want a drink that makes you lose weight drink green tea i dont know much about this but i am sure it must be bad for you i dont believe a word this says

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    8 years ago

    I think they are all great and now they even have teas

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    9 years ago

    The Acai Grape BlueBerry is spectacular! I highly recommend trying it.

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    9 years ago

    The blueberry is also very good

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    9 years ago

    I really like the skinny water....have not seen any weight loss as of yet - just started drinking it!

    There is something I experienced - gastrointestinal issues after drinking it. No gas....just alot of looseness by evening or the following morning.

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    10 years ago

    I have been drinking Skinny Water for two years and have gotten rid of 70 lbs so far. Went from 54" waist to 43". For the first time in many years, I can buy pants in regular stores instead of the Big or Tall stores (There is no such thing as Big AND Tall stores). I'm 6'4" and used to weigh 280 lb/127 Kg. Am now at 210 (8/08). I going for 100 lb! In the winter, I drink 2 bottles a day; summer, 3 to 5 a day. This stuff really cuts the appetite and raises one's mood (serotonin). The new flavors like Acai-Grape-Blueberry are really nice. I found the clinical studies research on their private label version: Anybody who says it doesn't work, hasn't given it a real try.

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    10 years ago

    Have you tried the new flavors. Skinny Water is the new "hip" drink...sort of like what vitamin water was a few years ago. They are signing a lot of new distribution contracts and will be in your town soon if you're not in the NY/NJ area (or you don't have a target by you). This stuff is really great though!


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