The Story Behind Our Bestseller: Secret Tunisian Diet

Every once in a while, we stumble upon a medical discovery that is going to change the world... One happened when I returned from a trip around rural Tunisia and was stunned at what I found there...


Over a quarter of the population live in poverty. If you've ever been to poor countries, you know that one of the biggest problems they have is nutrition. In Tunisia, most of the population eats fried food lots of carbs. This, in turn, leads to a big obesity problem.

In the past 36 years, adult obesity has risen 1400% in Burkina Faso and more than 500% in Ghana, Benin, Ethiopia and Togo. The same problem is occurring in Tunisia. 64.5% of the population is overweight.

But there's one small village I visited on my trip that defies all logic. I walked into the village expecting to see the usual vast numbers of obese Tunisians.

But no. This was the first time on my trip that I struggled to find ANYONE with excess weight. And it made me wonder. How is this possible? More than half of the country suffers from malnutrition, but in this remote village, they look slim. I decided to talk to some of the locals to see what's going on.

It was difficult to find anyone who spoke English, but eventually, I found a retired tour guide who was happy to talk to me over lunch. We sat down at a local family owned restaurant and I asked for the typical dish called Brik (fried pastry dough with egg, parsley and tuna). That's when the retired tour guide stopped me and told me I need to try their local fruit salad. When I asked him what's so special about this fruit salad, he smiled and told me "it's our salad of life". He went on to explain that the main ingredient was a syrupy sweet fruit that comes from a cactus. And this cactus is grown all around the village by a man called Hamed.
This piqued my curiosity. Could this be the reason why this village looks like an oasis in the middle of an obesity wrecked country? The retired tour guide explained that most of the locals eat this fruit every day. And it's no wonder - it's delicious, abundant and cheap. But it's also packed with nutrients that help counteract the bad, fried foods that the villagers ate.
I was amazed. This delicious fruit could be the reason why this village doesn't suffer from obesity. I was never this excited to leave an otherwise amazing trip. But I had to jump behind a computer and talk to our pharmacist.

And the results are conclusive: The fruit was shown to promote weight loss.

The way it works is real gem: the fibres in the fruit bind to fats and reduce the rate at which they're absorbed by the body. This, in turn, leads to reduced energy absorption as well as reduced body weight. It also reduces hunger feelings thanks to the soluble fibres contained (such as mucilages), which slow down sugar absorption at the end of a meal, making that feeling of fullness last longer.
But that’s not all!
Our pharmacist also told me that by adding just a few natural extracts he could greatly improve the potency of the fruit! I knew right then and there that this needed to be shared with the world. But we faced a big hurdle. Finding the high quality supporting natural extracts wasn’t hard. We could find quality sources in the EU. The fruit was a different story...
It is nearly impossible to import this fruit fresh into the UK. It rapidly degrades and loses most of its miraculous fibres.
When I told him about this village he went on a scientific search. To the surprise of both of us, there has been extensive, rigorous testing done on this very fruit. Our pharmacist came up with a solution. He discovered that by using a special drying process we can retain the 'weight-loss' fibres that make this fruit so amazing.

There was only one piece of the puzzle left. Sourcing the fruit. I emailed the retired tour guide and asked him to put me in touch with Hamed, who owned the cactus farm that grows this incredible fruit.

We discussed how the fruit is organically grown and how it could be naturally dried there in the village. Together we found the best way to prepare this amazing fruit and how to package and send it right here to the UK.

That's when I knew - we had to tell the world. The fruit is called Opuntia, or more commonly the Prickly Pear, but I’ve named the mix after its effect - WaterOut STRONG, since it’s also super-efficient in relieving swelling and constipation.
I was faced with one final problem with it. The cost of production, drying, packaging and research that went into proving this actually works was piling. Now, I knew I could charge an arm and a leg for this powerful weight loss fruit powder. I could easily price it at £197 for a 10-day supply and most of the volunteers were prepared to pay this steep price after seeing the results first hand. And considering the work that went into it, the price would be justified.
But I could never do that, I don’t want money to be a barrier between you and your new life. I know how it feels to struggle with the way you look, the endless cycles of diets and bounce-backs, the lack of sleep, and the lack of confidence. That's why I decided not to market or sell this amazing fruit for a big profit. I’m just trying to cover the costs that go into creating this powerful weight-loss solution.
That’s why I’d like to offer you this amazing Prickly Pear fruit powder - WaterOut STRONG at a fraction of the cost - just £24.90.
But because you’ve read my story and because I’d really like you to succeed, I’ll double your order and include an extra 10-day supply absolutely FREE.

Double the time for double the results.

This means you can click on the link below and order your 20-day supply of WaterOut for just £24.90. Remember - the extra 10 days are absolutely free.
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I know you’ll love WaterOut Strong, and I’m confident that it will work for you too. That’s why I’m prepared to offer you a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee.
Katie Brown
Nutritional specialist at Slimmium