Sensa Review: Don't Buy Before You Read This!
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The first thing we found was more a matter of what we didn't find. The official website offers no information about what is in the product. After a great deal of searching, we found what they didn't seem to want us to know. Most of the ingredients in Sensa are actually potentially hazardous to your health. Here's what's in it:
Soy: Soy enhances the flavor of the sprinkles. The dangers of soy are beyond the scope of this article, but you can read about them HERE. Silica: Silica is basically just sand and is used to create the actual crystals.
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Contains artificial ingredients, including artificial flavoring, there have been a lot of complaints against company.
Silica: Silica is basically just sand and is used to create the actual crystals.
Tricalcium Phosphate: This component is used in a lot of foods for a variety of reasons. It can solidify, prevent caking, regulate acidity and boost calcium content. So what's wrong with that? Tricalcium phosphate can cause nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, dry mouth, increased thirst, increased urination and constipation.
Natural/Artificial Flavoring: Artificial flavorings have been shown to cause a variety of issues, including depressing the nervous system, dizziness, chest pain, fatigue, headaches, allergies, nausea, seizures, brain damage and other serious problems. Some popular flavorings can even cause genetic defects, tumors and various cancers.
Maltodextrin: Maltodextrin is a carbohydrate that is found in most processed foods, including salad dressings, yogurt, seasoning blends, cereal, candy, baked goods, and many so called fat free and sugar free products. Maltodextrin is easily absorbed and enters the bloodstream rapidly, making it as bad as, maybe worse than, table sugar. If there is nothing for blood sugar to do, such as repairing muscle tissue or be used as energy, it is quickly stored as fat. Complex carbohydrates, on the other hand, are absorbed more slowly, keeping blood sugar more stable and less gets stored as fat.
Reviews of this supplement are anything but consistent. Some users say it helped, while others reported it only caused stomach problems and other health issues.
In January 2014, Sensa Products was ordered by the Federal Trade Commission to refund $26.5 million to customers because of the misleading claims made in its marketing campaigns.
Although Sensa's claims are controversial and the product contains some harmful ingredients, some people did see significant weight loss.
Despite of potentially harmful ingredients like SOY and artificial flavoring, some people got different weight loss results with it.
We advise using supplements with all-natural ingredients. We also hope you don't get taken by hyped up advertising claims and strongly encourage you to use diet and exercise as part of any weight loss strategy.
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1.8 out of 5 stars:
"Then I started to diet and exercise while taking it and I didn't notice any results."
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