Slim Sip Review, Diet Drink With Konjac Root

Slim sip diet drinkSlim Sip is a weight loss supplement marketed by High Street TV Group Ltd and sold under the New Image Health Brand name.

Two main benefits are promised:

  • Suppressed appetite
  • Maintains healthy cholesterol levels

rejected diet pillClaims: To suppress appetite an reduce calorie consumption

Positives: Does contains Konjac, an excellent appetite suppressant

Negatives: Others preferred, In our opinion Gravitate Supersculpt is a better option

Slim Sip Review

Effective appetite suppressants can help assist weight loss by reducing the daily calorie intake and, if the amount of calories consumed becomes lower than the body’s daily requirements, it will have to make up the deficit by burning existing stores of body fat. Unfortunately many appetite suppressing products fail to live up the manufacturer’s claims, but Slim Sip contains just one main appetite suppressing ingredient—konjac—and it offers proven benefits, both as an appetite suppressant and as a cholesterol control mechanism.

Konjac – Glucomannan

glucomannan-Konjac rootOften called glucomannan, Konjac is fibrous substance taken from the roots of an Asian plant. It has an non-digestible nature and imparts very few calories, but konjac’s real power lies in its ability to absorb large quantities of fluid—for this reason konjac supplements are usually taken with (or mixed with) plenty of water.

Once ingested the water causes the konjac fibres to expand and fill the stomach. This leaves less room for food (preventing overeating), while also dulling the appetite (removing the desire to eat as much food as normal).

Konjac has performed well in several clinical studies and (in 2008) the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published the results of one such study that concluded: “Glucomannan appears to beneficially affect total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, body weight, and FBG, but not HDL cholesterol or BP.” [WebMd]

Konjac is an effective ingredient, but studies conducted by the European Food Safety Agency indicate good results can only be obtained if at least 3 doses are taken each day (which is the case here) and that each dose should provide at least 1g of konjac—the inclusion rate here is unknown.

The Pros and Cons Compared

The Pros The Cons
  • Readily available product
  • Contains a proven appetite suppressing ingredient
  • Should help lower cholesterol
  • Side effects are not likely
  • Suitable for vegan use
  • Some customers report good results
  • Many customers complain about the taste
  • No inclusion rates are provided
  • There is no money back guarantee
  • Some customers state Slim Sip does not work

Supplementary Ingredients

  • Acidity regulators
  • Citric acid
  • Sodium bicarbonate
  • Flavourings
  • Anti-caking agent
  • Colour

None of the supplementary ingredients are likely to provide anything of value. They are included merely to provide the drink with its effervescent nature and to improve the colour and taste—although taste remains a real issue for many users.

Potential Slim Sip Benefits

  • Vegan friendly
  • Helps control cholesterol levels
  • Just 9 calories per serving
  • Clinically proven to help you lose weight as part of a healthy eating plan

How to Take Slim Sip

For best results Slim Sip should be used alongside a calorie reduced diet. Sachets should be mixed with a glass of water and be consumed three times a day (30 minutes before a main meal). Slim Sip users are also advised to drink one to two further glasses of water immediately after drinking the Slim Sip mixture.

Slim Sip Customer Feedback

Although some customers say Slim Sip produced the required results, many others claim use of the formulation had no effect at all and complaints about the flavour are common.

A few average responses read:

“Just started on these but they really help keep my portions down and I feel very full after a smaller meal.”

“Taste horrible and do no good don’t waste money on this item. taken them 5 days and can feel no difference still hungry and the taste of powder makes u want to be sick.”

“I’m not very impressed with this product, it tastes rank, and in no way did I feel it made me feel any less hunger or make me eat less maybe its designed for people with less weight to lose than I have :(“

“I have lost 1stone and 2pounds great product did exactly as stated now that I have had a kick start I will continue with my diet :)”

Possible Slim Sip Side Effects

Side effects are unlikely, but pregnant and nursing mothers should not use dietary supplements of any kind unless their use has been approved by a doctor. The same advice is offered to anyone who has existing healthy issues or is taking any form of medication.

Where to Buy Slim Sip

Slim Sip is available to buy from many online stores. It is also stocked by Boots and many other high street chemists. The price varies from supplier to supplier, but a packet of 30 sachets usually costs £17 to £20. Used in the recommended way, a box should last a week, so Slim Sip is quite an expensive product to use and it is sold without a money back guarantee.

Looking Elsewhere

Gravitate NutritionWe recommend Gravitate Supersculpt in the appetite suppressing category. It contains Konjac root as well as several other essential minerals and vitamins that are often lacking when the appetite is suppressed.

Glucomannan Plus is a capsule based diet pill and is easy swallow. It is suitable for vegans and does not cause side effects

Read our review of Gravitate Supersculpt here


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