The Sensa Weight Loss System has been making the headlines again in both the USA and the UK. Sensa is a unique weight loss system that suggests you can eat what you want and still lose weight – up to 30lbs in one month if the marketing is to be believed.
Sensa is basically and appetite suppressant that is in the form of tiny flakes or sprinkles that are sprinkled over everything you eat.
This is how the official website explains the finer workings of the product
“The theory behind SENSA is remarkably simple and easy to follow. As you eat your smell and taste receptors transmit messages to your brain which release hormones that tell your body that you are full and it’s time to stop eating. This is a phenomenon that is called Sensory Specific Satiety. By enhancing smell, SENSA Tastants (sprinkles) were especially formulated to help increase this the process and trigger your “satiety” signal, so you eat less and feel more satisfied quicker. Because SENSA works with your body’s natural impulses, rather than against them, there are no feelings of hunger or intense cravings.”
Sounds good ….. So what is the history behind it.
The Sensa Weight Loss System was created by Dr. Alan Hirsh who claims that his product has come about after over 20 years of dedicated research of the effects of smell and taste on how we eat.
Dr Hirsh has conducted a series of clinical trials – one of the trials he conducted indicated that nearly nearly 1500 partipants who sprinkled their food with the Sensa Tastants lost on average 30.5lbs in 6 months. A similar study using blind placebo controlled conditions conducted by an independent laboratory has shown similar results.
The ingredients listed are maltodextrin (derived from corn from the U.S.), tricalcium phosphate, silica, natural and artificial flavours, FD&C yellow 5 and carmine (types of food dyes), as well as soy and milk.
Is Sensa Recommended
Sensa is very hard to recommend – judging by the ingredient list why would you want to use a combination of dyes and additives when Hoodia Gordonni exits.
Hoodia is considered to be one of the most effective natural appetite suppressants with over a decade of working proof
Read more about Hoodia Gordonii