Has anyone tried it, are you using it currently or know anyone that is? I am curious but I don't think I am quite $89.95 for a two month supply curious at this time.
there's a "does it work" forum, you could check there. IMO, I spend less than that a week on healthy, whole foods for a family of 5, how can sprinkling an unknown powder on any food I want be better? I'd probably eat crap food and be unhealthy
I tried it several years ago - I definitely paid a lot less for it then.
Did it work?
Well, it did get me to the point of being conscious about what I was eating, which I hadn't been doing for a while at that point. Did it get me to eat less? I'm not sure. But I did start tracking and being much more mindful about what I was eating, so I segued into a full fledged diet and did take off some weight. However, I had discontinued using the Sensa after just a short time, maybe 2 weeks or so? So looking back, I think it wasn't wasted money for me at that point in time, since it did kick start that effort. Would I have stayed at it longer that time if I had kept using the Sensa? Not sure, but I did keep at it for several months before following my usual dropping out and yoyo-ing back up pattern.
For someone who is already actively working at weight loss, tracking what they eat, etc, I tend to be skeptical it would make any difference. For someone thinking about dieting and just getting started, sure, maybe- even if it's a placebo effect, it might help.
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I have a co-worker that used it and says she lost 4 pounds in few weeks. But to me that doesn't seem like a substantial number considering your body can fluctuate a few pounds daily. It seems way overpriced.
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Hit my highest weight again due to pregnancy. Nursing on WW.
If there is anything close to a magic pill, I would think it would be supplements to help balance out your body's chemistry. Things such as- a good multi-vitamin, some good fatty acids (like krill), an amino acid complex (also helps with depression!).
L-glutamine works almost instantaneously for sugar cravings.