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Posted: 29 Mar 2011, 12:50
Did anyone tried Sensa? I just read an article about it and it seems that it could work for me. I'm so good at not overeating but comes 4:00pm and I can't stop. If this is a good and safe appetite suppressant it might just do the trick for me. I'm just worry about taking any diet products. Im hoping to get informations from real people. Smile Thanks!

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Posted: 29 Mar 2011, 16:07
i my opinion, you don't need an appetite supressant. if anything, by the looks of your calendar, you need to eat more. Eating more protein and high-fiber foods will keep you fuller for longer. I assume that 4:00 is when you're done work, and your mind switches focus from work to needing to be fed because you don't eat enough thoughout the day at work-or aren't eating the right things. Try swithcing up your diet before you put chemicals in your body to stop yourself from eating.

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Posted: 29 Mar 2011, 16:19
Let's just say it works, which I highly doubt it does more than placebo.
Unless you plan on "sprinkling" your food the rest of your life, it's not going to work long-term. These short-term fixes do nothing but put a band-aid on a wound that requires stitches.

In my experience you will lose more weight by eating less during the day and more at night, so just play with your daily meal plans so you can afford a higher calorie intake at night.
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Posted: 29 Mar 2011, 16:39
This is a few of the ingredients in sensa

Tricalcium Phosphate
Natural and Artificial Flavors
FD&C Yellow 5
Contains Soy and Milk ingredients

wouldn’t be surprised if the ingredients contained natural flavors/MSG: Natural flavors/natural flavoring is another name for MSG and maltodextrin very likely contains MSG.......this info came from...

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Posted: 29 Mar 2011, 17:49
As someone who has used Sensa, I can say it does work. But let me tell you, it is NOT an appetite suppressant. That is the first mistake of many people who rush in to buy it and claim it doesn't work right. The smell triggers the part of your brain that tells you that you are satisfied.

For me, the feeling of satisfaction with food was new. Its more of a "okay I'm bored with this, lets do something else" feeling. You can choose to ignore it if you want to and continue to overeat because its not an appetite suppressant.

If you want to try it, try it. It may help you learn when to stop. I only used the first month and I am glad to know the feeling of satisfaction.
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