Skinny Body Care Launches Website Exposing Insider Information and Real Reviews

Skinny Body Care Launches Website Exposing Insider Information and Real Reviews

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Belly fat brings with it many health risks, not just cancer and heart disease reports Skinny Body Care.

New Haven, CT, United States of America – April 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Individuals need to be concerned about belly fat, yet not for the reasons many would expect. Although belly fat tends to be very unattractive, it actually poses great health risks as high quantities of fat in the abdominal area are linked to a higher risk of heart disease and cancer. “If one is worried about the health effects of belly fat, he or she needs to read real Skinny Fiber Reviews to learn how this amazing product can help tackle the issue,” Jennifer Healy of Skinny Body Care declares.

In addition to a higher risk of cancer and heart disease, the scientists found men are at a higher risk of osteoporosis if they have belly fat and the same is true of obstructive sleep apnea. In fact, patients with heart disease are at higher risk of an early death if they have belly fat than those who are obese, but carry the fat in other areas of the body.

Users prefer Skinny Fiber over many other diet products as it is made with all natural, safe ingredients. These Skinny Fiber Ingredients have been refined into a powder before being encapsulated into pill form. The herbs responsible for weight loss found in this diet pill include Caralluma, Cha’de Bugre and Glucomannan. Caralluma helps to suppress the appetite by preventing the brain from feeling hungry while Cha’de Bugre is similar in many ways to green tea, offering the same medicinal benefits. Glocomannan acts as a natural fiber and helps a person to eat less and feel full. Another benefit of this ingredient is it lowers cholesterol levels in the body while helping to control blood sugar levels. In addition to these herbs, Skinny Fiber contains seven healthy enzymes designed to assist in the weight loss process.

“Anyone wishing to lose, especially those with extra fat in the belly, should consider making use of Skinny Fiber. Users take two pills 30 minutes before a meal with a glass of water and, even without exercise, see amazing results in a short period of time. Losing weight has never been easy. Check out some real Skinny Fiber Reviews to see just how great this product is and how it can be of help to you,” Healy proclaims. Skinny Fiber also helps those suffering from cellulite, gout, viral infections, cancer, and more.

About Skinny Body Care:
Jennifer Healy, a weight loss expert, created Skinny Body Care to assist others looking to eliminate stubborn belly fat. After studying at Pitsberg University, Jenny realized there was a need for someone to inform others of the amazing benefits of the Skinny Fiber diet pill. She chose to take this task on to help everyone realize their weight loss goals, doing so in a healthy way.

For more information about us, please visit http://skinnyfiberreview.net

Contact Info:
Name: Jennifer Healy
Email: admin@skinnyfiberreview.net
Phone: 203-497-2438
Organization: Skinny Body Care

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