WHAT’S THE SKINNY on SKINNYFat?
SKINNYFat & SKINNYFat Olive are great-tasting, fat-burning, brain-boosting, energy-enhancing oils that produce real results backed by real science.
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SKINNYFat doesn’t restrict calories or contain stimulants of any kind. Instead, SKINNYFat uses the power of nature to burn fat and provide sustained natural energy. No tricks, no gimmicks, just add SKINNYFat to your healthy diet and experience its amazing benefits today.
SKINNYFat GIVES YOU THE BENEFITS OF THE HEALTHIEST OILS IN THE WORLD IN ONE EASY TO USE PRODUCT
SKINNYFat brings the health benefits of some of the healthiest oils in the world – including organic virgin coconut oil, medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) and organic extra virgin olive oil into your kitchen, making it easy to avoid highly processed, genetically modified oils, such as corn, canola, and soybean. We’ve found a way, through our patent–pending formulations, to optimize the unique benefits of these health-enhancing oils, while solving the individual challenges of each, so that you can easily integrate them into your favorite recipes and start improving your health today.
THE SKINNY ON ORGANIC VIRGIN COCONUT OIL
You’ve probably already heard about the scientifically proven, heart-healthy, cholesterol-normalizing, immune-supportive, thyroid-boosting, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-protozoal properties of organic virgin coconut oil (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8). However, there is a problem using coconut oil in your favorite recipes – it makes everything you prepare taste like coconuts. Additionally, because coconut oil is solid at room temp (76°F) it can be hard to work with in the kitchen.
THE SKINNY ON MCT OIL
If you haven’t heard about MCT oil yet, you’re going to love this: MCT simply stands for medium chain triglycerides, specialized fats that have been naturally extracted from coconut or palm oil. Not only is it nearly impossible for your body to store MCT oil as body fat (more on this later), but peer-reviewed published research also shows that MCT increases metabolism, reduces body fat, and improves insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance (9,10,11). However, just like coconut oil, there is a problem with MCT too. When used on its own it has been known to cause stomach upset—making it unpopular outside high performance athletic and scientific circles.
THE SKINNY ON ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
Quality organic extra virgin olive oil has long been recognized for its beneficial health properties (i.e. enhanced micronutrient absorption), but it too has a problem. Olive oil is very high in omega-6 fatty acids, a type of fatty acid known by medical science to cause inflammation – a precursor to many of today’s most deadly health conditions and diseases. A little omega 6 is good, but too much may have a negative effect.
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