Yes, Thanks Remoniat for sharing! I tried some of my moms today. I am not sure if it was a placebo effect, but I think it curbed my hunger. Also, thanks so much for letting me know about getting it at GNC! BTW, it does have a taste, It has a sweet like taste to it and oddly enough it makes my tongue water. I know that sounds silly but it does, I'm not drooling, but it does make my tongue water.
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REMONIAT, Thank you for sharing where one can buy it, instead of online, where I have heard disastrous things of people being scammed with the trial and not being able to stop the automatic shipping and depletion of ones credit card. FYI: GNC is Sensa® Weight Loss System 60 Day Weight-Loss Program Price: $89.99
My niece recently tried Sensa. Full feeling without over eating. Tasteless and no side effects. Following her routine exercise program, she lost 2 lbs in the first week. Sensa seems to work "for her"! She used Sensa as a way to jump start her weight lost journey. However, she has no plans to continue using Sensa beyond the two month trial period. Sensa is also sold locally at GNC stores.
Sensa is a weight loss system where you sprinkle this flavorless, salt like substance evenly over the surface of your food. There are two halves of the container, one labeled salt and one labeled sweet. Use and Sprinkle either camber according to food. It is supposed to make you feel full. My mother just receive Sensa in the mail and is hesitant to use it. What are your opinions?
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