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Fat free chips developed

Those struggling to lose weight because they enjoy the sensation of snacking too much may be interested to hear about a new product that has become available.

Slim Chips are made from nothing but edible paper and a bit of colouring and flavouring, providing serial snackers with something fat-free to sink their teeth into.

The chips come in three colours and flavours – yellow sweet potato, purple blueberry and green peppermint.

They were created by Icelandic product designer Hafsteinn Juliusson and his website is set to start selling the slimming aids in September, but they won’t come cheap.

Each bag is set to cost around £11.50, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

If they help dieters to lose weight quickly then the crisps could well become as popular as other weight loss products available in the UK.

Sales of such diet aids have increased by a third since 2008, a survey conducted by grocery shopping and comparison site mySupermarket.co.uk found last month.

Would you give the Slim Chips a try?


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10 Jun
2010
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  • Victoria Tray

    I would definatley give these a try! The sweat potato ones sound most appealling to me, however £11.50 a packet is very pricey and I don’t think people would be able to afford to buy lots packets of those. Why don’t they put the price of normal chips up and maybe people would not eat as much?

  • Ann-Marie

    Don’t even like normal chips- probably won’t fancy trying the paper alternative.

  • Jessie

    Chips made of paper…no thanks. I’d rather have no chips then paper chips lol

  • TANIA

    These sound ok! i would probably try them just for the crack of it. Would much prefer real chips though 🙂

  • Hollie

    OMG- This is weird, edible paper chips- whoever thought of such a thing, Really not sure if I would fancy trying these, I don’t really seem to snack alot anyway….

  • Mum2Billie

    No way! if they’re made from nothing but edible paper and a bit of colouring and flavouring, I’d rather do without.

    Why not just have 4 or 5 normal chips instead of a plateful and save calories that way?