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Formulated with Chitosan, Sta-Thin promotes healthy bowel function and natural weight loss. It naturally absorbs fat and cholesterol, trapping and flushing them out of the body. For best results, eat less and take with Sta-Energized®.  

SKU : USSN000002

Who it’s for: Anyone seeking a nutrition-based solution for healthy bowel function and natural weight loss.  

What it does: Naturally absorbs fat and cholesterol, trapping and flushing it out of the body. 

What sets this product apart?  

Proprietary blend specifically formulated to support healthy weight loss.  

Main Ingredients/Benefits: 



Vitamin C  

Those with adequate vitamin C status oxidize 30% more fat during moderate exercise than individuals with low vitamin C status. 1 

Pantothenic acid 

Responsible for turning fats and carbohydrates into usable energy. 2 


An 8-week study shows chromium reduced food intake, hunger and cravings in healthy overweight women. 3 

Proprietary blend 

  • Garcinia cambogia 50% extract: its peel contains high amounts of hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which is the active ingredient believed to be responsible for most of its weight loss benefits. 4 


  • DL-Methionine: has been shown to increase metabolic rate and decrease weight. 5 

  • Fennel seeds: rich in dietary fibers, which slow down the digestion process and help suppress appetite. 6 


  • Guarana 20% extract: may have properties that help promote weight loss. 7 



Ingredients: Vitamin C, Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate), Chromium (Chromium Picoliinate, Chromax ), Proprietary Blend (Chitosan, Garcinia Cambogia 50% Extract, DL-Methionine, Inositol, Fennel Seeds, Guarana 20% Extract, Gum Guggul 2.5% Extract), Hydroxypropyl Methylcelluose, Cellulose Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide. 

SUGGESTED USE: Take one capsule twice daily with 8 oz. of water. Store at room temperature.  

WARNING: Keep out of reach of children. 


1 National Center for Biotechnology Information 

2 Endosystems, 2021 

4 Healthline, 2018 

 5 US National Library of Medicine, 2020 

6, 2020