I’m not sure I want to waste any words on this product, but its premise is so clearly based on market trends and wanting so desperate to cash on on the multi-billion dollar diet industry.
Janna Skinny water states that it
…contains selected essential nutrients, which combine the benefits of hydration with vitamins, minerals, and clinically tested natural ingredients that suppress appetite, block carbohydrates from converting into fat, and increase fat burning, without stimulating the nervous system.
Of course, they also note that the previous statement “has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease”.
Meanwhile, they get to sell …ahem…water, at 2 bucks a bottle. All the while making promises that they readily admit that the FDA has not proven to be true.
At the same time, Museum of Hoaxes notes that:
On one page they claim that:
Jana Skinny Water is made with a specially processed natural artesian water with a hint of fresh lemon (patent pending).
But then on another page they write that:
The essence of Jana Skinny Water’s pureness lies in the fact that nothing comes between you and Jana… Bottled at the source, Jana natural artesian water is not altered or processed in any way.
So which is it?
Indeed, which is it?