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Sensa – Programming the Brain For Weight Loss

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Arrays of supplement, diet and workout contraptions continuously flood the markets and lure people at every juncture, yet many have gone kaput and also found to be detrimental to health.

Obesity and binge-eating has reached epic proportions. In an endeavour to nip this problem in the bud, Doctor Alan Hirsch, a qualified neurologist has devised the SENSA weight loss kit that would soon be obtainable in stores. Earlier a downside with Sensa system was that it had to be ordered on line and ensuing waiting period for its arrival which has now been resolved due to its novel collaboration with GNC thus bringing the weight reduction product into over three thousand of its outlets nationally.

Doctor Hirsch, a psychotherapist and founder of Chicago-based ‘Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation’ believes that the manner in which the brain in wired is the key cause for all overindulgences. He believes in eating lesser, restraining any surfeit and over-indulgent behaviours and his Sensa system has been created for doing precisely just that.

Doctor Hirsch’s mantra is ‘eating lesser for losing weight and what one is eating is equally significant as how much one is eating’. Controlling portion sizes is important as when calories are consumed in more amounts than what the body is burning out then it is transformed to fats and surplus weight.

‘Tastants’, the key component of the Sensa weight loss system, are basically odourless and tasteless sprinkle substances which assist in controlling appetites by targeting the body Achilles heel – senses. In principle, Sensa is a weight loss method that evades the need for calorie, carbohydrate or point counting; altering what one eats or introduction of any exercise regime. The tastants in Sensa appear to be working in a 5-way manner – the crystalline tastants emit aroma when sprinkled over foods which permeate the nostrils & tongue and trigger nerve receptors which start signalling to the brain center for stimulating olfaction response. As a result of this signalling to the ‘satiety’ nerve in the brain the person feels full. Eventually the pituitary gland is signalled which produces hormones commanding the body into surrendering and ultimately repressing craving for foods and ceasing food yearnings.

A DVD and hand-book is available along with the Sensa kit which guides people in detail and answers all queries that might arise. Moreover its site provides comprehensive coverage about all information, providing scientific outcomes and offering an easier means of procuring the product.

Sensa does not have any exercises or physical-fitness constituent to it. The finest aspect about Sensa is that one continues to consume all the food forms one relishes and eating lesser of it. But, Sensa weight loss system also lays emphasis on eating healthful diet and eliminating over-indulgent behaviours.

The Sensa tastants are to be used as per instructions mentioned – to be sprinkled over food surfaces. The tastants are available in duo forms – salted and sweet in small-sized containers which could be easily carried around in purses or suitcases or suit pockets. Every box comes with a thirty day supply of sprinkles.

The six monthly starter gear costs around 374 dollars (though opening costs could be lesser and coming up to over two hundred dollars) that makes the month-by-month costs being around forty to sixty-two dollars.

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