Skinny Jab treatment acts as an appetite supressant and after a few days treatment you find you start to be satisfied with smaller portion sizes. The appetite suppressant in the SkinnyJab plan helps regulate glucose level in the blood which allows the body to use your stored fat for energy.
We recommend that you combine a course of skinny jab treatment with gentle exercise (for example, walking, swimming, or working in the garden) as well as developing new nutritional habits – eat healthy delicious food that is easy on your waistline.
Skinny Jab medication is administered by injecting a tiny drop just under the skin surface using a pen. The treatment has passed long rigorous clinical trails and is approved for weight-loss use in the UK. It doesn’t require heavy bandages post-treatment and no anaesthesia is necessary.
In general Skinny Jab treatment results in few side effects, but some people experience an initial mild nausea that usually disappears with continued use. Other possible side effects are diarrohea and dyspepsia.
Who is suitable for this treatment
You need to be aged between 18 and 76. Kate studies your medical history to assess your suitability for this treatment. For example, you are not able to undergo this treatment if you are pregnant or breast-feeding, or you have had pancreatitis, thyroid tumours, type 1 diabetes or take insulin medications