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Monday, June 11, 2012

Understanding Sensa Reviews

Depending on the website you land on, your perception of whether Sensa works can vary greatly. The results seem to vary from losing over 100 pounds in a short amount of time to ending up in an emergency room. To figure out how these differences come to be you must look at each review on an individual basis, as well as analyze the ingredients of the product itself. Conducting your own analysis will help you figure out the chances of Sensa working for you, before you waste any money.

The Sensa Company conducted its own studies before releasing their Sensa Weight Loss program. These studies have been referred to as Sensa's "clinical studies" and their conclusion was that people could lose an average of 30.5 pounds in 6 months using Sensa. This amount came out to about 15% of one's total body weight. If your only review source was their website you would have very high expectations for your own results. Keep in mind that they used a couple thousand people in their study and their website has about 60 extraordinary Sensa reviews. It would be safe to assume these examples were the best they could find and the average weight loss is much less. Therefore, just using their website as a reference is not good enough. They do not blatantly come out and tell people who their product will most likely not work for. If you think they have no reason to, you are mistaken. This product can be very dangerous to a person with the right sensitivities, or allergies to its ingredients.

The first thing you should really look at is the ingredient makeup of anything you plan on putting in your body. Sensa is made from a few main ingredients; Maltodextrin, Tricalcium Phosphate, Silica, milk, soy, and natural & artificial flavors. Although this product does not need FDA approval, each ingredient has already been approved and is generally recognized as safe. Despite these ingredients being labelled as "safe," you need to check with your physician before taking Sensa to make sure that you are not allergic to any of those things. For example, people that are lactose intolerant have reported cramps, bloating, and stomach pain.

Sensa will probably not work at all for a very large group of people and most of them don't even realize this until they fork over their credit card. What I'm getting at is that Sensa will not work at all if you have no sense of taste or smell. Furthermore, its effectiveness will be greatly decreased if your senses are not at their optimum level of performance. You might be saying "oh that doesn't apply to me," but there are many things that can impair ones senses. Taste and smell disorders can be caused by age, disease, exposure to toxins (smoking), herbs and supplements, injury, infections, sinus problems, heredity, and much more. I believe many of the Sensa reviews complaining that Sensa did not make them stop eating earlier, is due to poor senses. Meaning their brain did not receive the "feel full" signal early enough for them to know to stop eating.

Earlier, I mentioned that the ingredients of Sensa have already been declared safe. If this is true, we would wonder how Sensa reviews of nausea and stomach cramps got sprinkled all over the internet. I would be pretty comfortable saying that many things that are "safe" are not necessarily healthy. And by healthy I mean our bodies may not handle it as well as they handle natural foods like raw vegetables, fruit, and water. Food sensitivity is extremely common in America because of our desire to add chemicals to almost everything we eat. This is typical in order to increase the shelf life of food. The same chemicals you find in many foods you eat, you will also find in Sensa. If you are able to establish that you are not allergic to its ingredients and do not have an impaired sense of taste or smell, then Sensa is much more likely to work for you.

Please keep in mind that Sensa is not a true solution to get healthy. What it does is it helps you get started on losing weight by teaching your body to decrease its portion sizes. Once you get used to decreasing your portions you should start switching out the bad foods for pure, healthy foods. You can't be truly healthy only eating junk food, even if the portions are small. In addition to that, you should strongly consider adding some kind of exercise regimen. My conclusion is that Sensa does work, but not for everyone. If you find yourself in the group of people that just need help controlling their portion sizes, are willing to be consistent, have no allergies to its ingredients, and have no impairment of taste or smell, then you might want to give Sensa a try. But do not forget to check with your doctor before you implement anything new.

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