The slimming aid hailed a gastric band in a glass.

  • Skinny Sprinkles contains glucomannan and is consumed before each meal
  • It's endorsed by Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan and Valleys star Lateysha Grace
  • Said to mimic a gastric band by filling up stomach to make you feel full 
  • It also contains guarana, vitamin C and niacin, claimed to boost your work out
  • Glucomannan is EFSA-approved to aid weight loss and lower cholesterol levels
  • But nutritionist says natural high fibre foods are more nutritious – and cheaper
  • But drink can help snacking addicts - as long as used sensibly, says Fiona Hunter
  • She warned 'It's not a magic and works only as part of a calorie controlled diet'
  • It's claimed to be the 'secret slimming weapon' keeping some of Britain's best-known reality TV stars trim and in shape.

    Skinny Sprinkles is endorsed by a host of stars including Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan – who has dropped four dress sizes from a 16 to a eight.

    Holly's fellow cast members Chloe Ferry and Sophie Kasaei – who have shed two stone and three stone respectively – have also credited the drink with their transformations. 

    At only nine calories per sachet, the drink is claimed to mimic the actions of a gastric band and give you more energy to boost your work out.

    Clinical studies have proven that its active ingredient glucomannan promotes weight loss by expanding in the stomach and helping you feel full for longer.

    And even Fiona Hunter, a registered nutritionist on behalf of Healthspan is happy to promote its benefits, stating: 'Glucomannan is really the most exciting ingredient in this slimming aid', which she said could help those who struggle with snacking too much.

    However, Ms Hunter also warned that the drink is not a 'green card to eat whatever you want'.

    She said: 'There are studies which show that glucomannan can help people managed their hunger and help with weight loss.

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