5 Unique Weight Loss Products on the Market
I’ve found some really odd and weird weight loss products on the market – and I just had to write them down and share them with you!
Most of them I would personally really like to try – especially the Weight Loss Custard – hmm yum!
OMFG – when I read this I really wanted to try it – and I did indeed buy some for myself. Okay, it isn’t exactly like the calorie-ridden fantastic custard you are used to – but it isn’t a bad substitute!
This custard is made with casein which is a slowly digested form of milk protein, so it keeps you fuller for longer. It also has loads of fibre and glutamine which promotes good gut health.
Each tub of custard contains 25 servings.
There are a few different flavours available:
2. Unicorn Water
‘Unicorn Water’ is a slimming vegan drink that comes in six different flavours, Watermelon, Green Apple, Passionfruit, Strawberry, Bubblegum and Peach Iced Tea. The ‘slimming’ component of Unicorn Water is Acetyl-l-Carnitine which is a widely available natural weight loss supplement that usually has a pretty acrid taste. But these are naturally sweetened and flavoured and you just pour each sachet into a large drink of water and sip.
Zotrim has been around for a long time but just hasn’t entered the Australian market until now – and it is scientifically proven (I shit you not!) – to assist with weight loss. Zotrim is totally herbal and a natural appetite suppressant and the herbs also increase your energy – so you move more – and burn more calories.
A Clinical Study was done on the effectiveness of Zotrim compared to people who were given a placebo. Those on Zotrim ate 112 calories fewer at every meal and stopped eating 3 minutes earlier than those not taking this weight loss supplement.
3. Post-Meal Weight Loss Candy
So this is one of those weird weight loss products that I hadn’t heard of before. Called ‘Meal Enders’, the candy that comes in the form of a lozenge is taken after eating a meal. This tells your body that mealtime is over. You don’t eat the lolly so much as suck it until it dissolves in your mouth.
Basically, the theory behind Meal Enders is that it allows your stomach to catch up with your brain telling you that you are full.
Meal Enders come in four different flavours, Cinnamon, Chocolate Mint, Citrus and Mocha.
Each lolly contains 15 calories and 2 grams of sugar.
There are no stockists in Australia at the moment – so if you want to try them – you have to buy them directly from the United States.
4. Slimming Collagen Coffee
Well, there have been all sorts of new types of coffee released this year in Australia. First, there was Collagen Coffee that gave us our dose of daily collagen in our Morning Joe. Now there is slimming coffee – which is something I can really get into because I love my coffee so much!
There are many brands of Slimming Coffee – here are just a few that I could find:
Biscuits are perhaps the reason I actually need to go on a diet – now I’ve heard of The Cookie Diet before, but hadn’t really looked into what was involved until recently… The Cookies are all calorie-controlled, and the diet involves replacing two meals a day with Cookies (yum yum), and then eating a normal meal at night.
The Cookies come in lots of delicious flavours and you get to eat nine per day (pfft – I can do that!).
6. Weight Loss Hot Chocolate
With 10 grams of Collagen per serve, added Magnesium and not just one but four different flavours, Weight Loss Hot Chocolate sounds almost too good to be true.
This indulgent Belgian Hot Chocolate contains only 1.5 grams of sugar per serve and the four flavours include Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Choc Mint and White Chocolate.
These are just a few of the weird but somewhat delicious weight loss products I have found. As I find more – I’ll add them in here. If you find one – please drop me a line and let me know!