Sensa Review

Editor's Review: 2.8 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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The official website for the Sensa system tells us that Sensa works by curbing your hunger without affecting the taste of your food. We are told that Sensa makes your brain think that you have eaten and in consequence it makes you eat less. The Sensa system was created by Dr. Alan Hirsh who is a board certified neurologist and has dedicated much of his life to researching the sensory system of the body. He is a leading authority on smell and taste. He has also written six books on the science of sensory response.

Ingredients

The ingredients in Sensa include Maltodrexin which is derived from corn, Tricalcium Phosphate, Carmine, Soy and Milk.

Product Features

Sensa is added to your food in a shaker in the same way as you may add salt or pepper. If you purchase the Sensa system you will be provide with a salt shaker and a sweet shaker. The salt shaker is designed to add Sensa to food which is salty and the sweet shaker to add to food which is sweet. The official website for Sensa includes contact details should you wish to contact a representative of the Sensa system. The official website for Sensa also includes contact telephone number should you wish to speak to someone in person regarding the Sensa system. A six month supply of Sensa can be ordered directly from the official website at a price of $235. If you order Sensa you will also receive a DVD and a How to Guide. There is no doubt that Dr. Hirsch is an expert in his field and this is certainly an innovative approach to weight loss.

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Advantages

  • Dr. Alan Hirsch who developed Sensa is a world authority on the sensory system.
  • There is a very detailed and comprehensive official website for the Sensa system.

Disadvantages

  • This may not be a long term solution to weight loss.
  • Sensa currently offers a 30-day product trial via their official website, but the full price if you choose to keep the product is not disclosed until you enter personal information.
  • This weight loss system is not going to be suitable for everyone.
  • There are no before and after photos displayed on the official website.
  • This product may irritate your stomach. (See reader reviews.)

Conclusion

The Sensa system is certainly an innovative approach to weight loss, and there is no doubt that Dr. Alan Hirsch who created this weight loss system is an expert in his field. However we are presented with no evidence which persuades us that it achieves superior results to other weight loss systems and therefore we cannot recommend it over and above other weight loss solutions available.

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808 User Reviews about Sensa

  • 1
    cindy Monroe

    I bought this it did not work.and you lied to us and I would like my money back. And now you have been sued because it doesn’t work,and lost.

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  • 2
    Steve Nickins

    now that we know this product doesn’t work and you lie about the way to purchase it and charge almost 200 dollars before it is caught –how do we get our money back since you have been sued and lost

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  • 3
    helen panico

    I would like a refund I did not know about the suit and I have paid alot of money with no results please contact me as soon as possible

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  • 4
    Neil Philipose

    One thing I would really like to say is the fact before buying more laptop or computer memory, have a look at the machine directly into which it will be installed. In the event the machine is running Windows XP, for instance, the particular memory limit is 3.25GB. Adding in excess of this would basically constitute a waste. Make sure one’s mother board can handle the particular upgrade quantity, as well. Interesting blog post.

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    billy

    what are you talking about ???????

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  • 5
    EmmaKay

    I haven’t tried it but I am considering it. Any thoughts? I am 12 and 165.5 sadly. If u don’t think this will work will someone please comment another program that works better?

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    Beverly Ricks

    please go see your doctor before you try aqny diet methods ok .try walkin .change the foods you eat.drink alots of water but not to much.dont drink no sodas lot of sodas.,to much sugar in it .try some exercise ssittin in a chair.please donot try it.u might b to young for it.tak this over with your psrents,please

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  • 6
    john

    can i put my salt and pepper on my food to

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  • 7
    MARY

    I have been trying Sensa for 4 weeks and
    did see a decrease in my appetite, however, I noticed my heart was beating irregular more often and then I started getting bruises on my body. When I visited my Doctor he made me stop Sensa as it was effecting my blood thinner medication. Please be very careful no matter what is printed on the package or what they say I could have had a heart attack or blood clot form

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  • 8
    Tara Davis

    My mother, my sister, and my mom’s friend has had a lot of success with Sensa. Mama bought me a starter kit yesterday and I sprinkled some on my supper, and ate a chocolate before bed. I had a SEVERE allergic reaction (throat closing up, body aches, chills, HIGH blood pressure- which I’ve never had before, and SEVERE anxiety attacks.) It was very scary, and I will never try a weight loss “drug” again. I’ve never had an allergic reaction and it was the scariest think I’ve ever experienced. Never, never, never, again!

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  • 9
    KevinL123

    I tried this for free trial for 4.95, Then they hit my credit card for 97.15 for the free trial and hit it again for the a second time. within a 20 day time span. These people are crooks and need to be put out of business. They disclose this in some out of the way place on there website that I could not find. Then rip you off and say it’s my fault for not canceling my order. I also gained 11 pounds during the free trial, DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT. Not only a scam but it does not work

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  • 10
    J

    I have a friend who has tried the first month and wanted me to check out the cost for her. I laugh at all the eating plans people get hooked on, and, they are all psychological, cut back on the carbs a few times a week and it does work! I had weight issues growing up, and, if not careful, put it on quickly. All these reviews further convince me. I will talk with my friend and tell her what I feel..good luck to those of you who need these type of plans to help you.

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  • 11
    Spencer

    No matter if some one searches for his required thing, therefore he/she wants to be available that in detail, so that thing is maintained over here.

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  • 12
    Donna

    I started Sensa about 3 weeks ago. The 1st week seemed to indicate the product worked. It stopped me from overeating and I felt content. After the 2nd week, sensa still stopped me from overeating; however, I started slowly putting on weight. I thought it must have been something I was doing (or not doing), but I decided to give it 1 more week. Mind you, I work out 3 times a week, walk 2 miles every day and limit my carb intake. I even started drinking more water thinking “that” was the reason for my weight gain. But, needless to say, it’s now been 3 weeks and I’m up over 4 lbs. since I started Sensa. I am VERY disappointed in the product and will be returning it immediately. Not sure “what’s” in the product that might be causing the weight gain, but I’m not happy with my results. Just thought I’d share my experience with you all.

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  • 13
    Mary

    i just had a stroke due to highblood pressure, is it safe for me to try also I am a borderline diabetic, how should I use it and where do I purchase it.
    Thanks Mary

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    Carol

    Mary, with health issues, you shouldn’t take ANY product other than what your doctor prescribes until you have a discussion and receive approval from your doctor.

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    Barbara

    Mary check with your doctor. PLEASE read the above listings and comments about this product. Good luck to you.

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  • 14
    mary

    i have not lost a pound i ganed 5 pounds

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  • 15
    SmartLady

    Im over here cracking up at these comments…And this is exactly why i read reviews before i try anything… I just ordered Sensa but before I did I looked on different websites, watched different videos to see what other ppl say about it. Ive hear negative and positive feed back. But TWO things i did see was alot of ppl not happy about the Customer service and about how the company went about taking the money out their acct. So i ordered the product online so I didnt even have to curse out a rude customer service rep and then after I order the product and paid for the shipping, I went the next day and changed my card number… Now if i like the product then I will obviously call them (or im sure they will call me) and i will pay for what i have…if i dont like it…then I CAN still return the product and not have to worry about fighting them over getting a refund because they didnt get the dam money in the first place, lol. Now I know some of you are probably thinking, oh thats dumb, why change your card info…but hey…I change my debit card every 6 months…it was just about that time. :-)

    And I do want to say, this product might or might not work for everyone…thats with anything. You can’t just go by what other ppl say, you have to try it if you really want to know how it will work for you. Thats just common sense guys…And America is full of INTELLIGENT DUMMIES who dont like to read small print then blame everyone else because they messed up. Oh shut up lol. Just be smart next time, take your time and read fine print on anything you are going to purchase. oh yeah, and why is everyone worried about grammar, we arent in school its not the serious lol. oh ok but good luck to you all!

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    T

    Well your gonna get the best diet ever! Jail…..what you did is illegal and you published a complete confession for them to prosecute. Good luck but your a criminal and what you did was wrong! Stupid people should not breed and that includes criminals like you!

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    Patricia

    criminals are the people that pull out your money anyway from your card

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    linda

    ur right I agree

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    cecilia

    Lol…you are funny and so right. I did the same as you changed my card info, and if I like I will buy it not I will return.I never ever listen to other people’s reviews,like you we all react differently to medication.

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  • 16
    Mary

    I tried everything to lose weight…. the only thing that worked was the low carb diet. I lost 40 pounds in 4 months and have kept it off for 4 years, not hard to do and you lose fast your first month, I lost 9 pounds the first week alone….. eat like we ate hundreds of years ago… veggies and meat its what we are meant to eat….

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    Brittany

    Actually youre supposed to eat carbs they fuel your brain… the key is to eat in moderation

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  • 17
    mndavis

    I tried this stuff and it didn’t even work, in fact, I gained two more pounds. I think this stuff is a load of BS. I wound not recommend this stuff to anyone.

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    Anonymous

    some are just fat

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  • 18
    Kristin

    Just another way to rip you off. If you go in not knowing they will take money from your account before you even get to try the product…….scamming money from potential customers…is NOT the way to go..consumer affairs will know about this.

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  • 19
    bill

    …I have an idea…excercise and drink a glass of water 1/2 hour before you eat. Research suggests that out of all the remedies out there to lose weight the most successful one was to drink water before meals…

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  • 20
    Tonya

    I wish to tell my experience with Sensa. Yes, I did get slight
    “butt leak” at first. I know, ewwwww! No stomach cramps, no headaches. I lost 30 lbs in 6 mos. So it does work. Also, I didn’t use all the product up, so can re-use, which I am. I went from 170 lbs to 130. Size 16-18 down to size 6 or 8. I have type 2 diabetes, which stayed about the same. My recent driver’s license photo is so different than how I look now! I don’t have the double chin and as fat a face as when the pic was taken..and that was only 3 mos into using Sensa on my food. We’re all different, I hope good things whatever your decision on Sensa is.

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    James

    pics or it didn’t happen :)

    No seriously well done…hope it’s paying dividends for your self confidence as well as your sex life!

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  • 21
    kathy

    it works for a few hours then my appetite came back to which I could have eaten a horse, don’t waste your money

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  • 22
    dieting for dummies

    Your affect is totally appreciative and newsy.

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  • 23
    Crystal

    Well, I was very disappointed from the beginning. When I received the “free trial” I was not aware that you were sent with a 3 month supply and would pay $89.95 after 30 days. I never even opened my husband’s package after I saw it truly was NOT a free 30 day trial. This upset me, so I made a call to trysensa. After the telemarketer asked me why I was returning the product and I responded with,” I believe this is false advertising and very misleading. The only place it states that you will be sent a 3 month supply is the terms and conditions page after you see the ad 5 times filling out information.” The lady immediately responded with an attitude, rude, and told me it was on there, but only on the terms and conditions page. She did not accept that it was misleading. After going “at it” for 4 minutes, I told me to give me an address and I would write a horrible review every chance I got. You do not speak with your customers like she did, especially when she could not deny it WAS MISLEADING!

    I will not recommend Sensa to anyone for this reason. She told me to keep giving it time. Even though I explained that I never took any of the products out of the packaging.

    If I had another 25 minutes to wait on hold, I would have spoken to her manager in charge, but instead maybe she will learn next time.

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    Kristin

    I had exactly the same experience as you Crystal…and everyone should know…that this product is a scam….and they do not give you the details…rather they wait and hope you dont call to speak to them about the results.

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    Anonymous

    Same thing happened to me as with Crystal. This is a money making scam.

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  • 24
    Cat

    Please be careful. Everyone is trying to make money on weight loss products. Limiting the calories is difficult. There are groups such as overeaters anonymous if you cannot control the appetite. If you have a disability you would be better off spending your money on a registered dietician and following a diet.
    I checked out the sensa site because I wanted to find out how it worked. I am willing to bet the cost of manufacturing is minimally 90% less than the sale cost. There is not enough information regarding research. It is appears the manufacturer is pandering by appealing to our desire to go the easiest route (wouldn’t you agree)? Remember, once you trade in your old habits new routines are the true path to your goals.
    We live in an industrialized society where people want everything fast tracked and inexpensive. There is no fast way to loose weight properly. Take the money you were planning on spending for the quick fix and use it to supplement your meals so you can purchase fruit and vegetables. Good luck to everyone. Don’t throw away your money on junk. Buy good nutritious food. You may only loose one or two pounds a week but in the end that amounts to several pounds every month and if you stick with it you will look great, you must be prepared to wait several months to see the change. It is worth the weight (sic). Good luck everybody and hang in there.

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    eileen

    Thank you your opinion is well thought out, logical and well put. It is a reminder we all need. This product claims a 30 pound loss over 6 months, which is about 1 pound a week. Just eating healthy makes so much sense. My first thought when I saw the ads was that to be healthy you need to eat nutritionally, not just less.

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  • 25
    mypoint

    I really don’t think Bobbi was trying to offend anyone in here. I think that he was only trying to make a point.

    @ Bobbi, I think that you came across as if you are angry because of some issues you had with your job at Sensa. Venting is for friends because they understand you more.

    Anyway, back to Sensa. I thank everyone for all of your thoughts on Sensa. This helped me to not make the same mistakes and of course I would pay it forward by letting others know of the disadvantages.

    All in all, we just need to exercise more. If only we could work less( maybe 4hrs a day like Denmark does, get paid more, and have quality time with our families) we would have time for more exercises.
    :)

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  • 26
    DWANA POLK

    I ordered the Sensa freee trial and begin using it on Sunday 3/17/13 by 11a Monday afternoon(3/18/13)the entire left side of my face started to itch, become red with fever and it swelled up so much until I had tiny blisters on my face. I rushed to the Dr to get medicine. I have been on the meds since last week and now the right side of my face is starting to do the same thing. They say that Sensa’s ingredients are all natural ingredients found in everyday foods. I DO NOT normally have food allergies. I do not believe that this product is “all natural” there is something not right. I now have severe dark scarring from the rash that left the left side of my face. Now the right side of my face is doing the same thing as the left side just at a slower pace. My right eye is practically swollen shut!! I do not understand how a day and a half of using Sensa can result in such a severe allergic reaction especially since they claim that the product is “all natural” I regret the day that I ordered it!!! I work in the insurance industry, I come in constant contact with the public everyday. My face has been disfigured for a week now all from just a day and a half of using Sensa. Wow, what a price to pay for weight loss that NEVER happened. The powers that be at Sensa have to know that the product that they are selling is NO GOOD. PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE THAT I MADE!! DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT UNLESS YOU WANT TO BREAK OUT IN ITCHY, SWOLLEN RED RASH COMPLETE WITH BLISTERS THAT DRAIN PUSS LIKE YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE!!! THEN THE SCARRING AFTERWARD IS UNBELIEVEABLE.

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    Bob

    Are you sure you don’t have shingles. I would check for sure. That can be a very serious, especially if there is eye involvement.

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    Rene

    As soon as I started using Sensa, I started having irregular heartbeats. Before, I might have had them twice a year, but when I started Sensa, I got them 5 times a day. When I stopped, so did the heart disruptions. There definitely is something in Sensa that people with pre-existing health issues should be aware of.

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  • 27
    Brenda

    sounds good to me

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  • 28
    Bobby's an Idiot

    Try Yoli. Expensive, but it works! Nuff said! (Please entertain me by correcting my gramar!) Bobby, you need stress mangement, I hope you never work at a post office! -Cheers

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  • 29
    angel

    way to go bobby so why cant he speak his mind YOU DID maybe he is a PAST employee BECAUSE of idiots that DONT read first how is that his fault please really spelling and grammar errors is this an english assigment besides im sure that NO ONE that called made any of those errors they just DIDNT READ THE FINE PRINT but they checked the box that they read it HUH? which is more important take responsibility for YOUR own actions and READ!!!

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  • 30
    debinKy

    I just completed my 6th month with Sensa. I’ve had no adverse affects from the product, nor have I had any kind of dramatic weight loss. I like that it does help limit my appetite. I was already a healthy eater and question how valuable this is for those not obese. I wonder about the weights of the people who “lost 30 lbs in 6 months”- what was their average weight upon starting?

    I’m also upset about the ” 6 month program” that they hype so much- be warned: yesterday they shipped me another shipment even though the program is only supposed to last for 6 months. If it’s only a 6 month program- why are they shipping me more product? ( another batch of the original first 2 months). Clearly they don’t expect it to only last 6 months, but that’s not what all their marketing tells you it is. And they auto-charged me $90 for the shipment- I have to arrange shipping and pay to send it back. Not a reputable business practice.

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    bettycoiner

    I have noticed that I have been itching around my neck and a spot on my chest looks like ringworm,It seems like my appetite has increased rather than decreased. Ido not have a scale , so can’t weigh, just look so much fatter!also received a nother order which I did not order???????

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    Anonymous

    Guys Cmon: 1. lets ignore the grammar this is like a text language site 2. Some of you guys are posting ridiculous statements! Sensa has nothing to do with skin conditions Such as ring worm! Lol :) Another ladies clear shingles outbreak was also Attributed to Sensa.. Really? are you kidding me? 3. And last please! if you do not own a scale don’t start a weight-loss program and expect to know how you are doing based on how you look
    Now regarding Sensa I absolutely agree that they have less than reputable business practices, For those of us that are used to eating healthy it tends to encourage you to eat junk because you have the powder and you can eat “normal foods” according to them.. Guess what? pizza, ice cream spaghetti all that junk it’s not even food! It should not touch ur lips but once every few months.. i use Sensa and happen to get a urinary tract infection when I was using it…. That does not mean that sensa caused my infection how can it cause bacteria to go into my urethra? This was a coincidental issue… I also gained 2 pounds so I stopped the program called to cancel and I will change my card.. Good luck to all

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  • 31
    lil buddhist

    Thanks to everyone for such entertaining comments!! Think I will make a tomato & avacado sandwich and then take a nice long walk. Good luck!

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  • 32
    bill gamble

    they told me it was free,then they took 96, dollars and tried to get more money. i want my 96.00 back

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  • 33
    Cathy

    I tried Sensa for about a month and did not lose any weight. It sounds great but I don’t understand how this product helps you lose weight. I did not have any decrease in my appetite. It was more frustrating than anything. I bought it on Amazon and was able to get a refund. As other people have stated, don’t buy it on the Sensa website or you will spend a lot more than you expected.

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  • 34
    flybydave

    Sensa doesn’t work and the money back guarantee WILL NOT be honored. It’s a total scam. I used it without fail and I lost zero pounds. If you try it, be prepared to loose your money & gain a few pounds with the stress of trying to get your money back.

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  • 35
    allen

    SENSA SCAM MARKETING! TRY IT FREE FOR 30 DAYS, THEN THEY CHARGE YOU $180 SURPRISE!!! It doesn’t say that or the price on their website!

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    Jay

    Agree..I got ripped off for $89.95 under the “free trial”.

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  • 36
    janet

    when you puy it do you get the same prise you get it? when to want to stop can you what can happens?

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  • 37
    D

    Hello, My name is D and I am interested in purchasing Sensa. I am 18 and obviously I am aware there are many other effective ways I can lose weight..especially at my age. I read most of the comments, I’m sorry for my grammar or spelling (just letting that be said now since everyone bugs about it to everyone else). I found posts about the health facts..I am not a diabetic or have lactose problems. I was wondering if anyone has comments towards the product and my personal story. would this would be effective for me? I am 5’4 and 175 pounds. I have 3 jobs and attend college full time. I am extremely busy and only have time to work out about 45 minutes, 4 times a week. It is hard to see results fast. I heard the website is giving 2 months free..money is an issue for me. What if I bought my free Sensa, as well as my friend and my mom? Then I took all 6 months worth (everyday regularly for 6 months) instead of paying the $200+ price and just remembered to cancel the payment before the 30 days were up for me, my friend and mother.. ? Is this a good idea? HELP!

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  • 38
    bigdog

    As I sit here and read your comments I see lots of hostility and comments about you’re never going to lose weight if you don’t exercise. I would agree with you to a certain point. But the man who developed this was a neurologist. Extensive studies have shown placeboes have done quite well in weight loss experiments. Does it work maybe ,maybe not, this is why you will have different variables in the weight loss statistics. The theory of sprinkling something over your food or taking a pill gives your brain a signal that this is supposed to decrease appetite, or increase energy. You subconsciously make your mind help you lose weight. I have seen an 85 year old man lose 65 lbs., become healthier and watched his blood pressure decrease in front of my eyes, the doctors took him off of 7 different meds, the same man did not exercise just used sensa. I did the exact same diet and have not lost any weight. Does this make sensa good or bad, not every product reacts the same way with each other bodies. He was determined to lose weight but could not on his own, so he used sense did the sense work or did he do it subconsciously. Either way 65lbs. of weight is working 85 dollars a month in my opinion. You have to do what works.

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  • 39
    Curios

    I was curious about Sensa because of the continuous television commercials. I Googled Sensa and came across this site. Upon reading about it, my curiosity was satisifed. In my opinion it is just another weight loss scam. Eating healthy is the key. Although I usually never comment I feel compelled to write that after reading the comments on this page, most people should forget about Sensa and do a bit of research on proper communication. The bickering and immature comments I read made me ponder about the mindset of people posting on here. If you want to leave opinions regarding the product that’s one thing. The immature bickering and name calling should make you embarrassed. It’s frightening to think that you would be a jury of peers.

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  • 40
    jacktores69

    Let me just say this for everyone. I’m not a grammar expert or spelling king. This will probably have all kind of mistakes. Let me make this clear for everyone. There is no miracle cure for weight loss. you have to get out of bed or the couch and get moving and exercise and eat right. There is no diet pill that can make you loose weight if you don’t diet and exerciser. You cant take a pill and go eat a pizza as big as a wagon wheel and still think you will loose weight. Ive been battling my weight all my life and tried every diet product that was out there. They all worked when diet and running and weightlifting is put into effect with it. When I didn’t loose the weight I knew what I did wrong. I looked at what I ate during the day said to my self “dang, I ate that cake earlier, or I had a lot of syrup on my pancakes earlier in the morning”. That’s why I didn’t loose as much as I wanted or didn’t lose at all or gained some. I’m up to 230lbs now and that’s not and for me but, I hate being that weight. Ive cheated on my diet and that’s the result for the weight gain. Ive eaten cake and too much bread and all kinds of stuff, ate till I was stuffed, that why its not working now, See. you have to be honest with yourself first for diets to work and self control is a big factor in this to. Just because food is good that does not mean you have to keep eating it. Well, I hop Ive shed some light on this subject. Everyone take care and be safe out there. Watch what you eat and exercise, that the key to weight loss.

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  • 41
    Anonymous

    WOW! You guys are better than watching Jerry Springer & NO I don’t. I started reading to get reviews on using Sensa & instead got a bitch slapping fest. Before retiring I was an Emergency Room Nurse & believe me the drunks & druggies had better manners & more compassion than most of you.

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  • 42
    Nova

    Have to agree with Bobbi regarding her frustration with people who call to complain w/o reading product material. I have been researching Sensa in order to decide if I give it a try. I agree that there is no easy way to lose weight except to push away from the table and get moving, e.g. walking, dancing, yoga, jazzercise, etc. I too handled calls for an airline, and I can assure you there are fairly intelligent people out there who are lazy and don’t want to read. They need to be told. They cannot take responsibility for their lives and want someone and/or the government to tell them what to do. This is why we get the politicians we do, because most people don’t do their own research about issues and background. Stop taking the easy way out and take charge of your own lives and do your own research. If you do this, your complaint level will be next to zero.

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  • 43
    Linda

    Idiot or not, it’s about a trial & error process on your part. It works for some and it doesn’t for others. I’ve just started on it myself to test it out. It’s not hurting anyone else if I try. Critical remarks were interesting. It must be their way of making fun of them for being one of the folks that sensa didn’t work for them or that Sensa company fired them for being an ass. I looked and did some research, GNC is the best bet as you can just try the first packett month 1 & 2 and then you go from there. That way you don’t get set up with an auto mailing plan. Sensa is just running a business out there to help folks (those whose bodies that respond to this stuff). Some bodies are resistant because they are meant to be resistant, I have no idea why. The chemistry in each one of us may explain things. We are not all one size fits all.

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  • 44
    Jeans

    OK, I was planning to buy this on one of the home shopping networks. Since I typically check out reviews of products before I buy, I was really disappointed to see all the negative reviews here. Now I am up in the air about trying it. But I see that a lot of the negative comments are about how the Sensa “company” itself treats its customers. In seeing Sensa from time to time for the past year or so on one of the shopping networks, I have not come across negative reviews such as being railroaded and charged for products not ordered. This might be a plus for those happy with the product but unhappy with the service. Anybody had any experience with this? Just a thought.

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    Marcia

    I had work with a girl at work that was my age and was very thin when I stated work with her over the 11 years we worked together she put on a lot of weight. All of a sudden she went on this sensa stuff I thought it was a joke spinkle stuff on your food and loose weight???? She all of a sudden slowly lost weight she did loose 30lbs in 6 months. I always have been thin even after 3 kids. I had to have some of my female parts taken out and went into menopause and gained 30lbs. I tried stuff from Dr. Oz show Alli u name it didn’t work. I just purchased it yesterday. Isaw with my own eyes what it did for my co-worker and I’m sold.

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    overhere

    I’d be careful about what Dr. Oz has to say. He really de-emphasized the side effects of his raspberry ketone craze…actually, not the great side-effect-free miracle some claim it to be.

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    Doug

    I tried Sensa last year. While I didn’t get stomach cramps, I did get pretty bad heartburn perhaps 10-15 minutes after using it. It was pretty consistent over a week, I wanted to make sure it wasn’t related to the foods themselves.

    The heartburn ceased when I stopped using Sensa. Your mileage may vary.

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    wwwait

    Yeah, I have been using Sensa for about 2 weeks lost a few pounds but really think its because of the heartburn…..who wants to eat if they know they are going to get heartburn EVERYTIME they eat!!!

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  • 46
    Anonymous

    I’m a disabled veteran (Vietnam)and interested in weight loss since I’m 6’5″ and now weigh 240 lbs. My disabilities prevent most types of exercise, hence my interest in Sensa. After reading the advice rendered above, I guess I’ll solve my weight problem by reducing my daily calorie intake,until I return to my desired weight. Duh uh folks! If yer fat, quit eatin’ so much! :-)

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  • 47
    Melissa

    I am thinking of trying it but I have had several stomach surgeries, and I can drink small amounts of milk but not much, will it be ok to try???

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    mary

    This product has silica crystals. When you begin to eat, the silica can be felt at the back of the throat like sharp slivers of glass.

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  • 48
    Hester

    Sensa does not work! Please do not buy this… I tried it didn’t work its a SCAM….

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  • 49
    Anonymous

    Different strokes for different folks.
    What may not work or apply to you may be a blessing for someone else. Don’t hate congradulate all the individuals that was sucessful with the product.

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  • 50
    Laura

    This is a message for George I hope you never get sick and gain wheight! Because you could not deal with it I am sure! I am over wheight because I have Graves Disease and I don’t care WHAT ANYBODY SAYS IT CAUSES YOU TO GAIN WHEIGHT!!! I wheighed 112lbs before I go sick! Now I am on Sensa and I love it! It is so easy people my God what do want your food chewed too?? Come on…just try it and if you feel lousey get off of it!! I have lost 40lbs and once I achieve my goal I will walk, and exercise, because I am a beliver to lose the wheight first and then exercise to keep it off! And once again, I don’t care what anyone says that is how I believe wheight should be maintained.

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  • 51
    Terri

    Right Annon, I came here to read reviews as well. I read enough to know not to order Sensa. It is not worth the trouble to order it and run the risk of being overcharged for a product that does not appear to work. And heaven forbid, if I make a mistake it my grammar or typing. I may be chastised or publicly humiliated.

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  • 52
    Annon

    I am reading some of the comments and laughing my head off. If you want to correct someone’s spelling or grammar, make sure you are letter perfect yourself LOL! I came on her to see what the reviews were on a product and felt like I was back in high school. Meow! I still dont know if it works. But thanks for the laugh.

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  • 53
    Danyella

    I just started using Sensa and it’ working great for me. But I also started running again and I’m slowly changing my eating habits to healthy again.. but point is my appetite it’s really suppressed … but everyone’s body it’s different so to those that it didn’t work for sorry to hear about your bad experience… oh yeah I also take oxyelite it’s a thermogenic makes me sweat tons when I work out.. good luck everyone :)

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  • 54
    Brenda

    I was wondering about ur product Senas. Will people have any side effects after they stop using ur product when they reach there target weight. There is a chemical that is affecting part of the brain. Also y do use milk in ur product?

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  • 55
    Mgchas

    I ordered Sensa but was out of town when it arrived. I did not return until after the time had passed to try the product. Sensa would not take a return— even though I didn’t use the product. I now have gotten 2 magazines in the mail that I never ordered. Sensa signed me up through Subco publishing for a 2 year subscription. I was finally able to track down who signed me up etc and get it canceled. There are BAD reviews out ther listed under the phone # that called me from Subco. Be aware of this if you order Sensa. Lost money on a product I never even tried & got signed up for a magazine I never wanted through a company that has complaints about charges appearing on their statements. Just a heads up. I will not be using Sensa.

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  • 56
    Angela

    Sensa is the biggest internet scam I ever fell for – they send you more of the product them promised in the “trial” and charge you for it later.

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  • 57
    dave

    yikes bobbi tone it down a bit. I hope you were not working in customer service. Granted the product may not work but to call people stupid for asking questions. WOW! I do agree you need to include exercise to your workout regiment.

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    kem

    I been using and so far so good.I don’t eat all my food on most meals.The first couple of days you do taste but the more you use your body will get use to it.The body have to get use to “like a shock. Good Luck!

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  • 58
    Nita

    I received the product to be an added supplement to me working out. The product took about the 2nd day before I begin to decrease me appitite. However, unbeknownst to me, I started feeling lethargic, extremely tired and sleepy. Never had stomach cramps at all. After a little over a week, the symptoms never left. I did a test just to find out if it was this product and it was. I returned this product immediately.

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  • 59
    l1217h65

    this product gave my daughter such stomach cramps i had her to laid down a whole day.no use this stuff.

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  • 60
    Gina

    If you remember to sprinkle Sensa on your food it will help curb your appetite. If you use too much then you will have nausea. To everyone that complained about receiving a new shipment and being billed… you didn’t read the “terms and conditions”. If you did read the “terms and conditions”, then you would have read that you have to return the product within a certain time limit to avoid the next shipment being mailed and your account being charged the full price. Buyer always beware. Always remember healthy calories in, and calories out. You can eat 6 oranges compared to one glass of orange juice. Take each day at a time and don’t let one meal stop you from eating healthy on the next one. It’s not easy to lose weight but you can start eating healthy with the next item you put in your mouth. Good luck everyone. (I only used Sensa for the trial, then sent the empty bottles back to avoid further shipments and charges.)

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  • 61
    jesica

    sensa is a waste of $…It is over priced and does not work. There is a different shaker for each month so it gets really pricey.Did i mention that it doesn’t work

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  • 62
    sunny mills

    Sensa
    Complete waste of money. Just sprinkle cornstarch on your food to deaden the taste of the food. Thats all this does. Then they continue to charge you for at least one more month and more unless you invest effort to call, write and insist they stop taking your money.

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  • 63
    Janet

    I have been achy and problems with my asthma since taking Sensa. As soon as I stopped taking Sensa I felt better. Has anyone else experienced problems with asthma?

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  • 64
    Steph

    I was so nervous about calling for the RMA number after reading so many bad reviews on the customer service. I remained firm and kind the whole time, and Charlotte, my representative, was truly helpful and efficient. I know this product works for some people, however, I have had more success implementing a real life change like diet and exercise. I started with Oxyelite Pro which helped me drink only water, since I was a caffeine junky and lost 8 lbs of water weight the first few days. Since then, I’ve gone to get a wellness evaluation and I exercise daily and eat healthier. I am loving the way I feel and my results. I am not looking to lose a ton of weight, so it’s perfect. The real secret to weight loss is FOOD. Being mindful of what I put into my body has helped so much. I’m also drinking soy protein meal replacement shakes and eating a good dinner. You must work for it, no magical fairy food dust can do it alone.

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  • 65
    Chelsea

    What most people don’t realize is that all that time you spend looking for a easy way to lose weight, you could actually be exercising. Being lazy and bad eating habits are what cause weight gain. Turn off the TV. Close the laptop. Get out of the house and GET ACTIVE. It’s not going to happen overnight. Stop being so impatient. If you keep track of your progress, you’ll be able to see progress. People expect to get 5 star results with ZERO effort. If you don’t work for it, then you don’t really want it. Discipline is the keyword. Break those bad eating habits. Just because it tastes good, doesn’t mean it’s actually good for you. I guarantee McDonald’s, Burger King, etc. are not gonna help you lose weight, regardless of how “healthy” they say some of their food is. Check those ingredients. Half of us can barely pronounce them, yet we ingest it with no question. Do your research and find out what works for YOU. Get active and eat better.

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  • 66
    Susie

    I have been using Sensa for 4 months with no sucess, I actually gained 5 pounds. I think that comes from thinking that the Sensa is going to prevent it. It claims just sprinkle and lose, false advertising unless you diet and exercise as well.

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  • 67
    earnestjaxx

    Don’t fall for it! It’s a scam, badly run company, definitely has side effects, you CAN taste the added granules, you’ll get intestinal symptoms from the maltodextrin along with the other ingredients. No such thing as a weight loss miracle. The company, led by Dr. Hirsch, is making a fortune from people, even if they return it, as they keep the initial s/h charge. Plus, you’ll have to pay to return it (more than what you paid up front). Stay away!!!

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  • 68
    Vickie

    So far, so good…I bought Sensa at GNC in the local mall. (did not want to order it for the “free” trial)I have been taking it for 8 days and have lost 3.2 pounds. The only side effect has been little gas/belching. I carry the extra shaker in my purse so I have it with me at all times. My only concern right now is I am using the “salty” all the time and very little of the “sweet”, hoping the salty will last the month. I am planning on the 6 month trial.

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    Chuck

    Interesting. Your only concern is that you’re using the “salty” too much, while those around you are concerned because your constantly belching and stinking the place up. Wonderful product!!

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  • 69
    arlene villa

    how do i get a coupon

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  • 70
    Anonymous

    It is basically putting sugar on your food, so sprinkle a little splenda on it.

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  • 71
    Priscilla

    I ordered this and it didn’t work. After 30 days I was charged 89.95 for a 30 day supply. I called the company and got the worst customer service. They blamed me for the charge because I didn’t cancel my order in time. I had no knowledge that I was enrolled in such an expensive trial. I thought I pay 4.95 for the shipping but that is not the case. Then I posted on their FB page and was once again blamed, then my post was deleted and I was blocked once again proving the great customer service. I have to wait 6-8 weeks for a refund granted that I return the product at my expense with a tracking # within 7 days Hmmm tell me that’s not a scam. Lastly after reading some reviews I realized the severe cramps I had which never happened before must have been cause by this product.

    BIG SCAM OR HOAX DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IT WORKED FOR 2 DAYS THEN STOPPED WORKING. I DIDN’T LOSE ANYTHING. THE ONLY TRUE WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT IS EAT LESS AND EXERCISE.

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  • 72
    S.S.Reckes

    My thanks to all who rendered opinions.After speaking w/one of the CSR reps,I thought I’d “check out”ingredients, possible side effects and interactions on my own.After reading so many negative comments,I decided not to waste my time or money. As an M.D. said,”Just push away from from the table BEFORE you eat too much.” Sounds so simple,doesn’t it? But then he probably never had a weight problem.Good luck to all.Remember
    “Perseverance will out.”
    GOD BLESS

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  • 73
    Judy

    Does anyone know what happened yo the diet pill that was called DR.Millers Formula? It came from Forks WA. around the 1980′s It was A great diet pill I’m affraid it is being sold under A differant name. It worked to controll your appitite?

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  • 74
    dogroush

    Used this product but not happy with it at all. I used the male type. I could taste it on my food and it didn’t work as stated. I also tried the vitamins and I noticed no benefits from them. I have used this for over 60 days and have not found it beneficial at all. They give you 2 containers of each phase which seems like a great bargain but there is no way I even came close to using all of it. I have fibromyalgia, so all the meds I am on my have skewed this but it totally was a waste of money and effort.

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  • 75
    Sea

    I just started Sensa yesterday and woke up this morning shaking like a leaf at 3 am!! My heart is racing too but I can’t find any warnings on-line about cardiac side effects. This is no weight loss solution for me!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 76
    spitfire1958

    I am a vegetarian and do not eat meat of any kind. I use whey protein powder for my protein intake. I would really like for this to be a weight loss “fix” for me, because I have bad knees, hips and feet. I can only walk for a limited time, and my work keeps me sedentary.

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  • 77
    Katherine Newman

    Am I the only one who has not lost weight using this product. I started using Sensa four weeks ago, I lost less than 1 lb and have now gained it back. I exercise at least 1 hour a day, I do not eat sweets and very little bread. Still the weight persists in staying on me. Any suggestions?

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  • 78
    maria

    Thanks to all… I was almost going to try it…. After all it said one month FREE!!!! Who wouldnt want something for free????? But i had to do my research and i found this wonderful website…. Thanks…

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  • 79
    bonnie

    can sensa charge me with just my address and phone how do I cancel when i call they keep saying to give them my order no. i don’t have any how so do you answer these i see none in 2012

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  • 80
    Christy

    My hubby and I started Sensa last week and no side effects yet. Seems to be working so far. Yes, of cause getting off my tuff and exercising everyday would work even better, but everything is a learned habit and I have taught myself some bad ones. Even if the product it’s self does not work it makes me think each time I sprinkle. I am paying closer attention to what I eat and how much of it. One thing I became aware of is I have taught myself a bad habits. I never noticed how often I was eating at night after the kids went to bed. Mommy and TV time was making me fat LOL. I am watching my self closely and working on stopping that bad habit. They say a habit is formed in 21 days. So that leaves me a few days to return it if needed. Like any product you have to read the fine print and remember everyone’s body is different and reacts differently.

    As far as this week either the product is working or my subconscious is just telling me to make better decisions. Guess we will see as we move forward. (Be nice I am not the best speller and my grammar is not so hot either, so be nice)

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  • 81
    Geo Fairley

    what happens after 6 months of trying sensa. Will i keep receiving it or do I have to cancel my order.

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    barry grosvenor

    I boght sensa to help me lose my gut. Instead I have received a kidney stone. I never had them before, and I am 45 years old, so be careful.

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  • 82
    redhead8787

    I feel like a fool! I ordered w/o checking consumer comments. I am returning it as soon as it arrives. I KNOW better! I am never watching Millionaire Matchmaker again! Shame on you PATTY! How much did they have to pay you to not be the usual foul mouthed know-it-all bitch that you are? I wish there was some way to call you on this crap you “endorsed” which would hit you where it counts. (i.e. your show) Guess all I can hope for is a smooth return and no further charges. I take full responsibility for my stupidity!

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    Chuck

    Thank you for taking the time to use your own crass language to describe Patty’s crass language. Sort of an interesting tit for tat way of making an argument. I can also appreciate the way you call yourself stupid- it saves so much time. Thank you.

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  • 83
    Dylan Henry

    I like Bobbi’s advice. Everybody’s looking for a get slim quick scheme. Fact is, you DO have to watch what you eat and EXERCISE. Turkey, fish and chicken should eaten much more often than fatty beefs. And avoid fried foods as much as possible. It’s a shame that Bobbi gave this advice and this started a bunch of name calling. Grow up.

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  • 84
    ulceniSen

    Hi, guys! I have problems with potency … I need your help! Did you have it?

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  • 85
    Mrs. Pickle

    I tried this product last year when it was still fairly new. I used it faithfully. It doesn’t work. What really got me was when people on their message boards were complaining, and their customer service reps were saying, “well, you have to diet and exercise along with it.” Uh, okay. Don’t waste your money.

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  • 86
    Heather

    I never buy anything before checking companies out on the web. Thank you all for your information. I won’t buy Sensa because of your comments. I never believe in miracle drugs, but some have worked to some extent in the past. As for all the grammar and spelling advice, we need a lot of good English teachers out there. Maybe some of you would like to help us out! Take care Y’all!!

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  • 87
    R C Colburn

    trying to find out about my refundof 52dollars and 94cents

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  • 88
    Leona

    I have a room mate who believes everything and buys the product. I have been contemplating using the Sensa she purchased. After reading all of the comments I have decided not to. 4 months ago I started drinking green juice every day. It’s 5 green veg. and 2 fruits. I feel better than I have in a long time and the weight seems to stay off and I lose about a pound a week(I have lost 20) Now, along with this juice I eat fairly healthy(lean meats, veg., fruits and whole grains) This seems to be working well for me. I don’t do regular excercise, but I keep busy.

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  • 89
    Scarlet

    To a concerned reader on June 15th 2011. Your vs You’re.
    You are (You’re) claim comes off is not correct. Your claim comes off is correct.

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  • 90
    Jean

    It is a scam….they send you the second month that you don’t ask for! Call the Better Business Bureau! They make you pay for the 2nd month if you keep it. If not you have to send it back at your own expense!

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  • 91
    steph

    Ok, I tried sensa for 7 days, got very sick. I haven’t used it for exactly 9 days, and am still very sick. How long should it stay in my system? I am wondering if I should go see a doctor.

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  • 92
    MICHELE MCNEILL

    PLEASE SEND ME WHAT I PAID FOR AND NO LESS. YOUR AD SAID FREE SHIPPING AND A SHORT TERM PERIOD. I FEEL GOOD ALREAD AND JUST WANT TO CONTINUE. PLEAE JUST SEND WHAT WAS AGREED!!

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  • 93
    Amanda

    i have a question for you sensa my dad wants to give it a try but he takes numerous medicines and he has high blood pressure and high blood sugar would it be safe for him to try it

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  • 94
    Mary Ellen

    EVERYONE STOP!!!! Sensa is made from maltodextrin. Search the web for msg. Maltodextrin is a natural form of MSG which CAUSES weight gain in the long run,as well as a host of other health issuses. Msg makes you addicted to food just like artifical “no calorie” sweeteners. aspartame, splenda etc… they have no calories yet they increase your appetite which makes you crave foood!!!! They make you addicted to food. why is America obese! They do not allow use of some of these things in other countries. Our government/food corps/drug companies,all in bed together.A little research goes a long way before you use anything see what it is made of! Everything in moderation is the only tride and true lasting remedy for weight loss and perhaps much of life. Good luck to everyone, just beware they are all about making a buck not your health!

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  • 95
    Reader

    I just caught the infomercial for Sensa. I have read quite a few of the messages above. I wish all people would do some investigating before purchasing. Sensa is all about controlling the amount of food you are eating. In many cases it is not the amount of food eaten, it could be thyroid problems or hormonal problems. It may what foods we choose to eat. Unfortunately they have not invented a product that can help you lose without any behaviorial modification and maybe the help of a Weight Watchers type group. It is at least affordable and very educational. Being educated is best, so please talk to a Dr. to figure out what is best for you. Be sure you are not prediabetic and try try try to enjoy healthier lifestyles. God bless your efforts to lose weight because I personally know how hard it is. I was diagnosed with low thyroid 11 years ago and have to fight everyday with myself to make healthy food choices instead of what I would rather eat. Yet I never wake up the next morning and wish I had eaten wrong the day before. Enough of my comments…good luck to all wanting to lose once and for all.

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  • 96
    Anonymous

    I GAINED WEIGHT AND MY FEET AND LEGS GOT VERY SWOLLEN. WHEN I TRIED TO TALK TO SOMEONE, I WAS GIVEN THE “BUM’S RUSH”.

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  • 97
    shelia

    If Sensa or other diet products actually worked, there would be no over weight people, or not as many anyway. Portion controla nd exercise is about the only thing that will actually work.

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  • 98
    Slim Rick

    If you are all convinced that this is the holy grail of weight loss then just buy it at GNC and forget about the issues with customer service. (would be better to use the money for a gym membership though!)

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  • 99
    Slim Rick

    just put hotsauce on your food

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  • 100
    sara

    Decided to give Sensa the benefit of the doubt and do the 6 month trial. It was a waste of money. You would do better just to follow the simple method of diet and exercise! I didn’t feel any differently, just didn’t lose any weight at all.

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  • 101
    rachel

    sensa won’t have good reviews,so why have to spend money. That is the conclusion. So be carefull for TV ads

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  • 102
    Bev

    I just ordered, without reading all this. I only did the trial for $9.95. I want to stop it now. Should I refuse the pkg, and call them, or take the pkg & then send it back and call to cancel and future shipments?

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    shirley Hines

    Just sent mine back. You must call and get a return number, also pay the return postage your self. Get a confirmation notice when you send it back for your record.

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  • 103
    Susan

    another concerned teacher: You’re is a contraction of you are. Your means belonging to you! Lisa’s usage of You’re was wrong. should be “your.” Looks like the “pot calling the kettle black.”

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  • 104
    ArrillShienly

    Please one more post about that.I wonder how you got so good. This is really a fascinating blog, lots of stuff thcat I can get into. One thing I just want to say is that your Blog is so perfect

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  • 105
    Vicki Soto

    Has anyone in this forum actually used the product? Have to get back to life… So far all I have read is from people that haven’t used it and are just junking up the discussion. I don’t care if you think it is a scam…have you used the product? And if so, for how long? Did it work or not?

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  • 106
    SunnySideUpFlorida

    Re: Sensa
    Does nothing but kill the taste of food-Save your money and sprinkle cornstarch on your food.
    Also, problematic to get money back.

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  • 107
    Susan

    I’m an overweight person and I can honestly say, there really is no quick fix. There may be supplements to boost energy and metabolism, but it doesn’t mean you can sit around and do nothing. You don’t ‘do nothing’ to gain the weight. Same rule applies to losing the weight, it doesn’t just melt off by itself. For some people losing weight is harder than for others but who ever said life would be easy. I’ve battled with my weight since I was a kid and I know first hand how hard it can be physically and emotionally. I’ve never tried Sensa but I never will because it will be a waste of money like all the others. Find what the reason is for your weight problems and then talk to a proffessional about your options, like a dietician or a doctor. I know I will never lose the weight unless I put forth some effort.

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  • 108
    Stacey

    I have to say I also seem to be having a severe headache and nausea after using Sensa for just TWO days! Its the only thing I have done differently and I woke up at 3am with a really severe headache and felt queezy…I took Advil and went back to bed but my headache is still here. My first thought was it has to be the Sensa but i didnt think it caused any ill side effects, then I googled “Sensa and headache” and Im reading alot of similar complaints. For me its just not worth feeling this bad so I’ll ship it back and hope they actually cancel the Autoship! I will say that I tried Jenny Craig for the first time to lose 10 lbs before our wedding and it was slow going BUT I was consistently losing 1pound per week and the food is actually really good. Its on the expensive side but so far its been the easiest thing to stick to because Im eating all good food and feeling full. Good Luck!!

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  • 109
    parker2kids

    Wow, I just ordered the free trial. After reading everyones responses I am a little scared. Will they charge my account later for more product? Thats not legal. What do I do how do I stop them from charging me extra money if I don’t want to buy?

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  • 110
    Mery

    Oh God, about five minutes ago, a place an order, and i read the comments, i do not believe what i was reading, goin to cancel the order and i didnt have any luck… : (

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  • 111
    Tella

    Has anyone loss any weight?

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  • 112
    Anonymous

    thanks alot. i was about to go for sensa, but now no more..

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  • 113
    lil jenny

    I used sensa for two days and I swelled up like Will Smith in the movie “Hitch” when he had an allergic reaction. After waking up on the third day in the morning and I looked into the mirror I was horrified when I saw my face was very swollen and my right ear was three times as big as the left. My hands were swollen and I broke out in hives on my arms, face, arms and knees. Its been three days since I last took it and Im still itching and have some swelling. Would not reccommend this product to anyone unless you’re a sucker for punishment. Been taking benadryl.

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  • 114
    Vicki

    Another bull, no good money scamm, no way you could eat what ever you can with sprincle of this and loos waight. Shame on the person who is claiming this product to be his invention, he is hust a money shark!!!

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  • 115
    Hope

    Ok I just ordered it for the first time and got in the mail today, I will let you no how it works out, Everything works on everyone in its own way,
    I just put it on a grilled chicken, If it does not work i will keep everyone updated on a day to day bases wish i new they sold it at gmc before ordering it I feel like such a boob!

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  • 116
    MLG

    Horrible customer service. Returned product during trial period. Now 60 days later I’m being charged for product. Company “claims” they never received it back. Of course I’ve thrown my paperwork away because it had been 2 months. These people are theives!

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  • 117
    Disgusted

    I canceled mine before the thirty days were up, even emailed them telling that I wanted to cancel. I just looked at my bank statement and see that I was charged 9.95 when I first ordered it, now I have been charged 82.80 and another authorization for 53.99 is showing up. I will cancel my card today, which will cost me 12.00. Don’t order this product—$157.00 later–I am such a FOOL!!!!!!!

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  • 118
    lsaoud

    Oh my God, I started filling out the online order form for Sensa and started to changed my mind after I saw the fine print (which you don’t see until you start filling out the order form) I thought that I had exited the order page without actually placing the order, but apparently this was not the case. The box of Sensa arrived at my house yesterday. I have not opened it. What is the best way to return it so that I will not have these issues with having my (debit) card charged?

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  • 119
    Jeanne M. Daniels

    Before 1997 I lived in Chicago. Sometime in the early 90’s (if my memory is correct), I responded to an advertisement looking for persons interested in losing weight by being involved in a scientific study being conducted by a “prominent Medical Doctor”. This was before the Internet was the marvel of research that it has become.

    I do not hold myself out to be a psychic or anything of the sort. But I do trust my instincts – which I believe are nothing more that my brain’s compilation of my personal experiences with people, and the identities they attempt to project as compared to the ultimate results of my contact with them.

    Of course, Dr. Alan R.Hirsch was doing the “research”. Everything was set up very impressively and “professionally”. Adoring, supportive minions surrounded him. After being “lectured to” as a group (of several hundred persons – all women) by Dr. Hirsch, we were given “release forms” to sign. We were then weighed, had some blood drawn, and we were each given 2 little plastic vials with screw tops. Each one contained a different “concentrated” scent. I no longer remember the protocol of when, and how often we were supposed to sniff either or both, but just sniffing those vials was supposed to affect our appetites. The scents were not exotic. Most were familiar – like spearmint, cloves, and other common food flavorings with an occasional “harsh perfumey” scent introduced as one of the experimental offerings.

    My initial response, during and after listening to Dr. Hirsch speak (as he paced around the stage of the large auditorium where group “introduction to the research” was explained (much like a peddler of snake oil depicted in old movies) was that he was a charlatan. However, my innate curiosity coupled with my desire to drop some weight enticed me to continue with the program.

    I no longer remember the frequency of “reporting in”, but I believe it was twice a month. The attrition rate was considerable, and even the “research subjects” that remained seemed total to doubt that the use of scents would curb their appetites, but they continued to come out of desperation. Since I was self-employed I was forced to quit attending the “check-in” because I did not have the luxury of wasting my time in that way. There was some local (Chicagoland area) brouhaha about Dr. Hirsch and his “research” at that time, including one reporter who advertised for written accounts individual participant’s personal experiences. The end result was a David and Goliath situation – a mere mortal (the reporter and the individual participant) against the mythical giant (a professional, extremely highly educated, multi-degreed expert).

    I have since moved and live a very different lifestyle and had not thought of Dr. Alan Hirsch until I saw him on an infomercial last night. He is considerably older now of course, but I saw nary a gray hair ;-) ! Just on principle I would not order Sensa. I personally do not believe that Dr. Hirsch has any interest in helping anyone but himself – and that would be financially. I remember that “introduction to the research” speech, and he did not seem then to be thinking of the oath to “first do no harm”. Instead he was peddling false hope – and I believe he still is – but now with a regimen that could have some medical consequences – which sniffing some little plastic vials probably could not!

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    jacqui

    you never said what the outcome of the testing was. Interesting that it was over a decade ago. That being said: I feel that previous research has indeed led to this (sensa) product. I have been using it for just over 1 month and it has helped me loose 10 lbs. I know this because I was already eating “clean” and had lost several pounds and reached a ceiling. Since using this product (after checking in with my doctore for allergies and other ingredients my body may not like)I have cut down of the binging and social overeating that I admit I indulged in. It HAS cut down on the amount of food I eat at one time. It has not affected the taste of the food I eat… I just no longer finish off an entire plate of food each time I eat. I think it’s a wonderful product so far and am looking forward to the next level. I will keep posting the results as the happen as in weight loss, undesirable effects, etc. Sensa, by the way it is advertised does not claim to burn fat or change the structure of the food you eat. Perhaps some people are overusing it (too much at one time). In my case I can honestly state: It does exactly what it advertises – reduces your desire to over eat. I only have 25lbs. left to go…. yay!

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  • 120
    Brenda

    Why do you have to throw away the unused portion after 30 days? Does it lose its potency?

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  • 121
    kathy

    I tried this product because it seemed to have been well researched and tested. Did absolutely nothing for me. Not an ounce. I used it for 3 months, having bought a 6 month supply (huge mistake). Don’t waste your money. Try slimweight patch instead.

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  • 122
    Ena Walsh

    is Sensa dangerous for people with heart problems?

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  • 123
    Jane McDonald

    How do I obtain an RMA # to return the unused portion of my trial package of Sensa?

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  • 124
    Sophie

    I’m by no means an expert. I was initially tempted to get it. However, thinking about basic science made me reason throughout it. First,no product that says you can anything and lose weight is fraud. Do you think eating burgers and hotdogs and adding these neurostimulant will avoid your body from absorbing these bad fats? It seems that this is a neurocrine disruptor which would shift your body away from homeostasis. Moreover, the feeling of satiety might prevent you from wanting to eating the healthy stuff. I’m overweight myself and I know we become desperate and try to find easy extreme solutions. But please, consult your doctor and start a healthy balanced diet with moderate exercise

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  • 125
    Dee

    The reason for stomach cramps may be due to the maltodextrin.
    People with specific food allergies, such as those who suffer from Celiac disease or have other allergies to wheat, corn, potatoes or virtually any base starch from which maltodextrin is processed, might want to stay away from maltodextrin or maltodextrin-containing foods.

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  • 126
    LL

    60% off Sensa when you try to quit!!!

    Hilarious! I tried to cancel my trial offer, and it first offered me 40% off if I kept it. I continued the cancellation, and it offered me 50%. I kept going, and it offered me 60% off, and said it would even turn off my automatic billing.

    I just wasn’t using the product, so I still returned it. But in the event that you are liking it/ using it, you might want to try canceling your trial to get it at 60% off!!!!

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  • 127
    kasey

    I have been using Sensa for 1 month, about to start my second month, and I have had no problems with it at all. I have lost 11 pounds. I also bought this product at GNC.

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    Krystal

    I purchased the product a month ago and I have not had any problems. I have lost 10 lbs so far and I look forward to continuing the product.

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  • 128
    melissa haddock

    I tried sensa when it first came out .i still have some in the cabinet but did not even lose 1 inch so im not doin anything right now just watching what i eat.

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  • 129
    kay

    What are the withdrawal symtoms of Sensa?

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  • 130
    Dan Castle

    I ordered Sensa for my daughter and when the package arrived it contained Sensa for Men

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  • 131
    Janet Ferguson

    I have been using Sensa everyday
    for 1/1/2 months and I have not
    lost any weight. What am I
    doing wrong?

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  • 132
    liz

    I dont think ive seen not one positive review here.This is helpful

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  • 133
    Almost Jumped In

    I just want to say thank you to all who have posted. I was going to try Sensa but something told me to do a little research first. I’m so glad I did. I feel bad for all of you that are having or have had issues but I’m thankful for your honesty and willingness to help others avoid these scams. I am overweight and yes like many I search for the “miracle” that will help. I understand that exercise and proper eating habits need to be learned. Thanks everyone!!

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  • 134
    leslie

    thank goodness for the Internet!

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  • 135
    JOHN CYNIC

    Well Bobbi April 15th, 2011, you certainly are an arrogant one!
    Your employers (former or present) who employ you to explain to us the unwashed masses do have a very strong tendency to purposefully obfuscate details of mostly the crap they foist upon us! Otherwise you would be out of a bloody job- explaining the OBVIOUS TO US MORONS, EH?

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  • 136
    Debbie

    Oh wow! I wish I would have done more research and found this site BEFORE I ordered my Sensa “FREE” Trial!! After watching one of those late night infomercials – I WHAT was I thinking! That this would be and EASY way to loose weight right? – I mean look at all those testimonials! lol – Even that woman from Millionaire Matchmaker! So now, I’m worried about getting sick and having nausea and diarria, and about possibly having an interaction with my blood pressure medication. PLUS worried about how much they are going to charge my credit card – and IF I will be able to return the product and get the proper credit. You know the old saying “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”? So I guess it still boils down to proper nutrition, portion control and exercise…

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  • 137
    Barb

    I only tried Sensa for a couple of days and I had the worst constipation I ever experienced. I bought it at GNC and I returned it within the 30 day refund period. They promptly refunded me no questions asked even though I wanted them to know in case others asked about the product.

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  • 138
    Dee

    In the beginning Sensa worked well. I lost 35 pounds! After a while, my blood sugar shot up significantly! Before reading your comments regarding the main ingredient in Sensa, maltodextrin, I had no idea why. Also, I’ve experienced a great amount of hair loss and thinning! Have anyone else experienced any hair loss or thinning? I no longer nuse this product.

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  • 139
    dl

    I’m so glad that some people on this site had the “courage” to just tell people the truth, and save people from buying into this product. Thanks a lot!!

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  • 140
    MK0622

    I was going to try this product. However, after reading all the comments I decided against it. Dizzy, nausea, credit card issues, I think I will pass. Thanks everyone.

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  • 141
    m. k.

    We are bombarded with miracle loss programs out there every day and equally bombarded with information on good eating habits like vegetables, fruits, grains, and lean meats and fish .
    How can a pill be better than all the goodness that nature is offering.
    We have to pay for both, so it only makes good sense to me, to use the later.
    In defense of those who are promoting and selling a particular diet. They all work.
    All you have to do is do it.
    Good luck to you all
    m. k.

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  • 142
    Ciara

    i just ordered the 30 day trial for 4.95 shipping. I am glad I used a card that cant be charged again. I am very skeptical to try it now. Maybe I will ease into using it and take it from there. Thanks for all the input

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  • 143
    Katie

    I see a lot of people are complaining about nausea and headaches? I do hope you all haven’t just stopped eating completely?? This is suppose to help suppress your appetite, not make it disappear, therefore you really need to drink plenty of water, constantly, and you still need to eat, just not the meals and junk you used to, smaller meals, whether it be a piece of fruit, a bowl of vegies or a can of tuna, do not wipe out food completely!!

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  • 144
    Travis

    BEFORE YOU GIVE THEM YOUR PHONE NUMBER, BEWARE! I entered my info on thier website and when I realized they would charge you over $80 after 30 days, I stopped. Over the following 2 weeks I recieved 9 phone calls from marketers of Sensa asking me to go ahead and try it. I told each one of them to take me off thier call list but the calls kept comming at all hours of the day and night. I finally called the sensa number listed online and told them I would file a complaint if I recieved any more calls and guess what, 2 days later I got another call at 7AM! I told the operator that I was going to contact the better business bureau if they called one more time and the calls FINALLY stopped. I would still love to try the product but am not willing to spend almost $90 for two months and then have to continue buying it to keep the weight off.

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  • 145
    Ily

    I sent for the 30days free trial and I cancelled the same day and now they are trying to collect $107.00 from me . These people are a rip-off. They said I could try the product risk free trial and now they want money…do not order online the company is a rip-off

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  • 146
    mike

    Didn’t have a chance to complete diet, but having to cancel I’m being scammed trying to return product. After receiving return merchandise authorization before trial period end, I was charged $89.98 when I cancelled the introductory offer. Sensa says hasn’t received returned product. I did not keep USPS return number after 6 weeks and have no way of getting any info from them. Sensa has offered to return a portion and will keep $30 more of mine. What kind of company keeps a persons money when offer is cancelled and has no product…SENSA. BUYER BEWARE!!

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  • 147
    E_Anonymous

    I just would like to say THANK YOU ALL for your helpful feedbacks. After reading each comment, i called to cancel my order. Unfortunately, it’s a Saturday night and their office is close. I will try first thing Monday morning. I also called my credit card company to let them know not to allow any payment processing from Sensa.

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  • 148
    David

    Determine your total daily energy expenditure by googling TDEE Calculator. Then reduce it by 500 calories, and eat that amount every day to lose one pound a week or 52 pounds a year. Use dailyburn.com or spark people.com, boyh of which have free phone apps, to count those calories. Break a sweat three times a week and do some weight lifting several times a week. Change your life, improve your health. Learn to divide yourncalories by 5 meals and eat every 3 hours, drink your water and try to have lean protein with every meal, which should include a vegetable.

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  • 149
    jimtallman

    I ordered your prodect at the tv special of 9.95.tried it, its nothing better than anything else out there.but this isn,t about the product, but the way we are charged.not wanting any more I canceled two days past one month.not knowing that after a month they charge you full price for it.89.95Iwas charged .you can buy it for 59.95 anywhere.I blame me for not reading fine print.remember, if it sounds to good,it is ! Don,t be dumb like me,it,s a great backward scam!

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  • 150
    PAST EMPLOYEE

    DO NOT BUY SENSA OR SUPPORT THEIR COMPANY. IT IS A SCAM. I USED TO WORK FOR THEM SELLING IT SO I KNOW. IT DOES NOT CAUSE WEIGHTLOSS, IT JUST MAKES FOOD SMELL BAD HOW MUCH SENSE DOES THAT MAKE. IT WILL NOT HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT. IT IS A SCAM BECAUSE THEY WILL CONTINUE TO CHARGE YOUR ACCOUNT 60.00 DOLLARS A MONTH ON UR CREDIT OR DEBIT OR W/E THEY WILL CHARGE YOU 60.00 A MONTH FOREVER IT IS A SCAM DO NOT GIVE THEM UR CREDIT CARD NUMBER EVERRRRRRRRRRR THEY WILL AVOID TELLING U THAT THEYRE GONNA CHARGE YOU THAT, AND SAY YOU CAN CANCEL BUT GO AHEAD AND TRY CALLING CUSTOMER SERVICE IT IS A JOKE THEY WILL GIVE YOU THE RUN AROUND AND THEY WILL NOT CANCEL YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NO MATTER WHAT YOU TELL THEM IT IS A SCAM.

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    Current Employee

    I am a current employee for Sensa and this past employee does not know what the heck they are talking about. First of all, due to FTC regulations we must tell each and every single customer that they will be charged $89.95 after 30 days if they DO NOT call to cancel. Before I became an employee for Sensa I ordered a 30 day free trial of the product. When I called customer service to ask questions about the product I had absolutely no problem getting through and the rep was warm and friendly and answered all my questions and concerns. This old employee does not know what they are talking about. Sensa works. I lost 20lbs and have kept if off for the past two years.

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  • 151
    nancy

    why can’t you put sensa in water to drink

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  • 152
    Sunnie

    I can not thank you enough for your website and all of the feed back on Sensa. I was looking for their website to order when I found you. Thank God. I have health problems that all of the side effects mentioned would cause me to have very serious problems. Thank you so much for preventing that. I hope no one else orders Sensa. Way to risky for me.

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    Anonymous

    Fyi, my sister-law has just been released from the hopital from the side-effects of this product.Headaches,hives,sunburn like appearance on her face,passed out,complications in breathing had to be given oxygen.What are these people selling!?????

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  • 153
    val

    Have had stomach cramping by day 4 on sensa, sensa web site told me to cut back, I did, but pain still there. Have been off of sensa for 3 days now, and think it’s getting out of my system, It’s was helping my appetite and I hate to give up so quickly, so I will try agin with small amounts, and if problems return I will return it.

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  • 154
    MoDwight120

    I started taking Sensa two days ago. I’ve noticed that my face is very red, it almost looks like i have a sunburn on my entire face. Their is even a distinctive line between my face and neck where you can see my face is red but my neck is not.

    I’m have no known allergies. I’m not itchy and have no other redness on my body. I scrubbed my face but it is still red.

    Has anyone heard of this type of reaction from Sensa? I’ve read about getting hives but I don’t have any other discoloration on my body besides my face.

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  • 155
    W

    Bought it and returned it. These people are out for money. When you try to cancel online they offer to reduce the price several times before you can even get the information to cancel your order. If you don’t cancel the trial you end up paying $89 I think for the second month shaker they send when you receive your sensa trial. If you cancel, you pay for the trial product and the price to ship it back. Plus you don’t even get to keep the trial product so really you are left with nothing. Just money lost from a failed product you bought and then had to ship back. I have never posted a negative review about a product but I just think it is a huge scam. Really the best way to lose weight and have a healthy functioning body is through exercise and developing good eating habits. I’m going to stop looking for a “miracle product” and just try to live a healthier lifestyle. Sensa does not work. If you were to have a shaker full of a placebo instead of sensa, I’m betting you would have the same results. I think it’s all a mind trick. Plus the repetition of using the product at every meal reminds you to eat less because that’s what you are training yourself to think. Using the shaker= eating less

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  • 156
    Madge2

    Ordered it to see ingredients, now returning, figured it was a scam just from that. plus, must be very careful when things directly affect your brain. for you anti-depressant users: try 5-Htp and St Johns Wort to normalize brain chemical production, as well as Premier Nutraceuticals “Brain Complex.” that will get you where you want to be without the side-effect problems of prescription drugs.

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  • 157
    Jade

    I ust ordered the 2 month trial, then read this and hurried up and called and canceld it…she said nothing will be sent and they will refund my shipping, so we will see if they do…I am really nervous they will still send it even though I just canceled it…did anyone do this?

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  • 158
    relieved

    I was looking into this and very thankful to all the reviews claiming it gave them bad stomach issues..I have UC and can’t imagine what this would have done to me if I had taken it…sounds like an awful product!!!

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  • 159
    Judy TN

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! To all that tried this and then posted the effect it has had on you. I was going to order it today! But not now. I have been working with a dietitian since Jan. and have lost 36 lbs..just by eating every hours. Even just a peanut butter and cracker if that is all the time I have. Thought this sensa might give me a bigger loss. Since I have over 100 morer lbs to loose. But after reading these comments I will just stick with what I am doing now. Thanks for the post. Letting us know what it has (or has not) done for you. BEST OF LUCK TO ALL OF YOU!

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  • 160
    Chelle

    A few ways to lose weight:

    1) Use Flax Seeds sprinkled on food – no side effects. Can also be used for protein shakes.
    2) Cut the carborhydrates
    3) Regular exercise
    4) Drink lots of water
    5) Join a gym - get a buddy to workout with you

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  • 161
    Olga

    Thank you for the comments, I think I will try the editor’s choice Avesil + Flex Belt..

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  • 162
    ann

    I tried sensa one month. No results, lots of gas. no weight loss. Costly for what is inside.I opened box and box was filled with about a teaspoon of sensa inside each slot. one Ingredent is same as sweetener.

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  • 163
    Anonymous

    wow thank you all was going to buy this product.think might be pregnant so do not want to use anything harmful.

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  • 164
    Noah

    Well My shipment attived today,, not as ordered,,, and there is nothing FREE,,, you pay 89 for the first two months at the end of 30 days, very misleading….. I took my first shake about an hour ago,,, nauseated,, nose runnning and sinuses feel full… darn,,,,I think that the concept should work,,, not sure it does yet,,, I am diabetic,, and well see what my blood readings do…..Yes PLEASE always research any med before taking,,, not sure why I did not before ordering this,,,, do not look at company, or doctors info,,,, but always what people have reported… MYself,,, ACTOS and CYMBALTA and STATIN drug,,, very sorry I started them,,, but the worst was statin drugs,, the symptoms I think will never go away… Please read and listen to others.. God will give us wisdom and each other.

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  • 165
    Merril Lane

    I have not purchased it yet. I am considering it. I am both Lactose intolerant and have to take things for bean products. I take both Lactaid and Beano. I took Effexor years ago, but got horrible hot flashes and night sweats.

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  • 166
    Lisa

    wow im glad i didnt order this i almost did but something told me no and look into it more so i wont be ordering this at all.

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  • 167
    STEFANI O'DANIEL

    Been trying trial Sensa for about 8 days now and nothing. I personally think its a bogus trial pack with nothing in it because it has done nothing. I also feel that it would take more than 30 days to see any loss and I feel its a gimmick – making months 3 & 4 losing weight and the trial with basically nothing in it. Also, Sensa sends you a 2 month trial but you only get to use 30 days of it and have to decide in 30 if you want it or not or be charged. So why send the two months supply? YOu get 1 month of nothing and month 2 contains the diet ingredients. I think its a scam

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  • 168
    Carla of Texas

    I was as depressed as you are talking about and am Cymbalta 120mg in am and i was just giving up ever coming out of dpreesion when my Dr at MHMR said he was going to add Remeron to my Cymbalta he says he uses Remeron as a resue drug to pull poeple out of deep depression, try it it did wonders on me I felt and everyone could tell a difference in me the next let me know how it works on you my emailC3angels457@aol.com

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  • 169
    Not Falling For It

    …If the product was so great then why wait till 3:00 am to inform overweight people who can’t sleep? (like me!) I watch the news all the time and I have never seen this product or its creator mentioned!

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  • 170
    Anonymous

    I ordered a 6 month plan before I saw this.Im scared to try this now,but im a good 55lbs overweight.The guy I talked to said it was healthy for people ALL ages and is natural.I don’t believe it now,but im desperate to loose weight.I don;t know what to do.

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  • 171
    maggie

    I tried sensa for two months with NO results. It never made me feel full or “tricked” my senses into thinking I was. The only “trick” here is how the company is “tricking” you out of your money. IT’S A HOAX.

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  • 172
    MADELYN ARENAS

    I BYE SENSA IN GMC.CAN Y GET MY MONEY BACK?OTHER THING I TRY FOR A WEEK AND I LOST 3 POUND BUT AM FELL SO SICK I WANT TO STOP USING THAT PRODUCT.PLEASE HELP ME

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  • 173
    Jan

    I sit here watching the TV ad for Sensa and also reading all the comments…I’ve been caught up in weight loss scams before so I’m very reluctant to purchase any products via TC ads. I have tried since Nov to get a refund on another product. My CC company is now involved. Please read the “terms and conditions” before any purchase of they types.

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  • 174
    Dr. Fero

    A search of the literature indicates that there has been no clinical trials that shows that Sensa works. in fact, there have been no clinical studies of Sensa period. It is unfortunate that this site uses “testimonials” as a review criteria. This is a loophole in the law that companies use for marketing purposes. The FDA can’t sue them for false advertising for lying about their products as long as they say nothing, and instead get customers to make testimonials instead.

    It would be a very simple matter for the company to conduct trials to determine if the product works and what it’s side effects are. They typically don’t do so because they no it’s a scam, and why ruin a ggod business?

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  • 175
    Anna

    Didn’t work. Couldn’t get refund. Customer Service a joke. Two hrs on phn w/ them. Couldn’t figure out RMA? num.
    Do NOT order ! Big hype!

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  • 176
    randhy

    It’s not called Sensa, it’s called Willpower or Discipline or Determination……….I realize bad eating habits are difficult to change…..the body will adjust, but like your tongue, it doesn’t want to at first.

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  • 177
    Mike

    I was going to give my wife something new cause she is a little stuck and I though this might help. However, I guess she’ll just have to stick to her Herbalife. She has lost almost a hundred pounds but can’t seem to lose the last 40 to 50…. I thought this might do it, I guess not.

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  • 178
    Sally Stein

    I do not recommend this at all. 1st day – tried it with my dinner, made me soooo bloated and uncomfortable that I had to drink ginger ale to be able to burp and release all the air in my stomach. 2nd day same thing, 3rd day sweats & stomach cramps, & constipation. 4th – day my heart was racing so bad that if it hadn’t stopped in the next few min. I was ready to go the ER!!!!!! – VERY SCARY!!!!! – HIGHLY ADVISE NOT TO EVEN TRY THIS!!!!!

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  • 179
    Kat

    I tried sense and for the first month it was ok, kept me from getting hungry but gave my mouth and tongue a weird feeling and made my sinus,s feel tingly. Then after a few days on month 2.. Allmof my teeth got so sensitive!! Very painful, I feel like this stuff was like acid on my teeth!! Horrible! Bottom line- don,t waste your money!!!!!

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    Teri

    My teeth hurt too when did it go away?

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  • 180
    Riya

    SENSA HAS AN INGREDIENT KNOWN AS SILICA (Silicon Dioxide)..ITS BASICALLY SILICON WHICH HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR HEAD..THE SILICON SITS IN UR STOMACH AND THATS WHAT MAKES U FEEL SO NAUSIATED AND BLOATED. THE SILICON DOES NOT GET OUT OF UR SYSTEM AND IS NOT GOOD FOR U…SO HONESTLY WHO WANTS SILICON IN THEIR SYSTEM? I’D RATHER BE HEALTHY…

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  • 181
    Sarah

    I heard from a couple people that Sensa worked for them. I never do ‘free trials’ or order products like that online. I got my 2 month supply from GNC, for $61 after my gold card rebate. They will refund it if i don’t like the side effects and they’re not near as difficult to deal with as sites you purchase products like that from. If you want to try it, go to a place you KNOW won’t screw you over. Sorry to hear all these stories.

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  • 182
    lilly

    Hello, my mom is a 63 yr old great lady. She is a good 50 pounds over weight, also she has diabetes, heart conditions, and high blood pressure.I’m wondering if any one has any info on some good supplements for her, besides the walking that she dose.. thank-you

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    JEnnifer

    With all of those conditions exercise and a health diet…ie…fresh veggies, lean meats (chicken, fish)and a few dairy products will do her good. You should speak with her nurse for a list of foods that would be helpful for her. She needs to be eating several small meals a day to keep her blood sugar stable. NO SWEETS!!! Check her feet since diabetes will make you lose you feeling in your feet and hands, also make sure her eyes get checked. Walking with light weights will help her lose the weight and build muscle…which she needs in more ways then one. I hope this helps. Omaga 3′s are good too….Stay away from diet pills and such it will just hurt her…diabetes is nothing to mees with, when she loses some weight she may be able to come off some meds…the weight loss will help with the high blood pressure…..Speak with her nurse not her doctor..often times they don’t have time to tell you all of this…I hope this helps you!

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  • 183
    Anonymous

    There is no quick fix to weight lose… If it sounds too good to be true it usually is! Daily exercise, eating healthy foods, and drinking plenty of water.. Dont get sucked in to this garbage!

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  • 184
    Shuna

    Thanks for all the comments on this page. I was thinking about ordering sensa, but now I’ve changed my miind. I don’t want to lose weight by being sick or waste my money on something that doesn’t work.

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  • 185
    Nuru

    Only idiots can believe in weight loss BS. Isn’t it enough they fooled people?
    Eat healthy and exercise. These two things are the only way to lose weight!While you try to get your money back, you will have so much problems that you will eventually give up and they count on that. If one of 100 people who bought that S will give up, they will make billions!

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  • 186
    Rita

    Lordy Lordy! I apparently had a weak moment when I ordered this. It’s on it’s way. I wished I would have read all of these comments before. The sad thing is I only want to lose 10-20 lbs. I’m going to send it back as soon as I get it. I hope they don’t charge my credit card. God Bless you all for leaving your comments.

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  • 187
    Shannon

    I was about to order this today, but I just had a gut feeling that something was up and there had to be a catch!!! Thankful for a site like this here I could follow my instinct and decide not to order Sensa! Exercise and watching what I eat are going to be a much better fit!!! Thank you!!

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  • 188
    Darlene

    I was going to try this but I was questioning the messing around with my brain. Something about that is so unsettling. I am glad I found this site and NO I am not going to try this. I found a program that deals with body, mind and spirit called the dragons way. No pills or stuff to take. I will let you know how it goes. Starts on Feb 1st.

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  • 189
    Anonymous

    Thank you, all, for the info you’ve provided. I was very interested in trying this product as well, but think I’ll hold off a while longer.
    For those of you who have ordered by credit card and tried to cancel and are being billed anyway – contact your credit card company directly and let them know what’s going on. They can be very helpful.
    Next up, CAPS. In online “netiquette” all caps is considered yelling and for some can be a bit harder to read. Nothing wrong with letting folks know that lower case is preferred (nicely of course). Sometimes it’s the way something is said that deafens us to the accuracy of the message. And sometimes, too, our ‘mood’ doesn’t come across online the way we’d hoped.
    Anyway, thanks so much for the info. It’s been very useful. Have a good one, y’all! :)

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  • 190
    Pauline Costianes

    Go to ripoffreport.com and report your problem with Sensa. Also file a report with the atty’general of your state and if you can find it, the state that the Sensa company is located in, and report it on ripoffreport.com.
    I ordered the Max Brite teeth wwhitening junk and got caught up in that “you have to get a RMA #” crap. Luckily, my VISA company stopped all payments to this company and they got nothing!

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  • 191
    MIKE

    Wowowowo read all the comments on Sensa, did not one person lose weight?

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  • 192
    Claudia

    I received my free trial SENSA, how do I stop the billing? Send it back?

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  • 193
    Helen White

    This product does not sound like a very healthy investment. Have you ever tried NutriSystem? It worked the best for me, I do not have any financial interest in this product, just wanted to share.
    Most, if not all plans like Sensa are scams.

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  • 194
    Anonymous

    THEY WON’T TAKE IT BACK. NO RETURN ADDRESS ANYWHERE. CALLED AND THEY WOULD NOT TAKE IT BACK. TURNED US OVER TO A CREDIT AGENCY.

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  • 195
    Kitty

    I tried the ‘free’ trial, but could only use the product for a few days. I could taste the crystals, and it made all of my food taste bad. Maybe that is how it works – you don’t want to eat bad tasting food! When I called to return the product, I was told that there shouldn’t be any taste or smell to the product – like there was something wrong with me and not with the product. Obviously, it didn’t work for me.

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  • 196
    Mal

    Sensa is a scam! Even if you return it, they still charge you $89.00 and say they didn’t receive it. It also does not work. Do not purchase this product!

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  • 197
    carolyn bowe

    I was going to buy the sensa but after reading the comment,knowway thankyou’

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  • 198
    Shelli

    Sensa did not work for me, but if you return the product keep your receipt for 6 months. I returned the product and got receipt confirmation. I maintained my receipt for 60 days and threw it away. The end of December I received a call saying they sent me to collections. This has been a very painful process and I am now keeping all receipts for 6 months. So I am out money for a product that did not work. Lesson learned.

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  • 199
    Valerie Hill

    If you are thinking about using this product STOP. They will offer you merchandise at no cost to you but when you cancell your memebership they will take money out of your account!! This is NOT a reputable company.

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  • 200
    Bobbie

    I think its hilarious how people think Sensa is a scam lol Especially when I read that there’s a free sample cuz they’re right, there isn’t a free sample cuz its not free. Its a FREE 30 DAY TRIAL and trials end, for this one, it ends in 30 days. I just paid for the shipping first, then if I didn’t want to get charged the full amount ($89.95 for the 2 month supply and to be put on the autoship), all I had to do was to call them. Easy.

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  • 201
    Greg

    It is obvious that most you people do NOT know what is in most of your food. Carmine is a red dye that is indeed made from the shells of beetles. It is used in lots of food that most of you eat all the time — gelatin, fruit drinks, ice creams, yogurts and candies. I bet that most of you have been eating it for DECADES without knowing. (And by the way, silica is also in a lot of things you wouldn’t suspect too.) So pay attention and stop pretending to be “mock offended” at your food’s ingredients until your diet is composed of whole organic foods. You are eating a lot of things you just aren’t aware of.

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  • 202
    Nicolai

    Burn more caleries than you eat…

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  • 203
    Mike

    I find it funny how some of you talk about silica in sensa like it’s a big deal but you ignore the Carmine in it, which is ground up beetles in case you didn’t know.

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    Anonymous

    I just researched Carmine and my mouth is still open from surprise. I had no idea a product such as this existed. That is unbelievably gross.

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    christina

    Carmine is used as a food dye in many different products such as juices, ice cream, yogurt, and candy, and as a dye in cosmetic products such as eyeshadow and lipstick

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  • 204
    Jennifer

    I have read so many negative comments on here, I just wanted to post the positive. I lost 41 lbs in the first 6 months using Sensa, and I have been using it a year now and I have lost a total of 58 lbs using nothing but Sensa! I even sprinkled it on my boyfriends food for 2 weeks without him knowing it and watched him lose weight(he was a sceptic, so I wanted to prove him wrong :p ) he is now using Sensa and has lost 28 lbs. I also have ibs and have never experienced any bad side effects from using Sensa. It works!

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    Elaine

    Good to hear some positive

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    JADE

    yes good to hear definatly some positive well i will be giving SENSA a try and i ordered from HSN a very reputable company and HOSTS that are selling it Say right out they work for SENSA so i will give it a whirl stay tuned …

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  • 205
    lala

    It does not work and they don’t accept returns. They convince you to keep the nonworking product. It’s a total waste of money.

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  • 206
    kristin

    This is sucha same I was planning on buying Sensa this weekend to get a jump start on my New Year’s weight loss goals. Now that I have read the comments, I am thinking twice. I don’t want to feel or be sick, yuck.

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  • 207
    Frank Ferrara

    Is Sensa recommended for diabetcs and tlhose with a past history of heart problems (namely stent insertion into coronary artery)?

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  • 208
    Johanna

    SENSA used to be called (I think) “Sprinkle Thin,” and it was the same plan, with the 30 day trial. It did nothing for me. If I could stop and sprinkle, then I would be capable of stopping and THINKING about what I was eating. The sprinklng was more a “stop the mouth” ritual than a “fool-the-brain” process. I believe Sprinkle Thin went belly-up, only to appear a few years later as SENSA. I was one of the lucky ones; I got my money back in time. Don’t bother.

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  • 209
    Me

    I guess if you are looking for that full feeling you might as well drink a glass of water before every meal, eat slowly and you’ll feel full before you finish your plate .. same effect and totally free + 100% healthy! :)

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  • 210
    Veronica

    I got the trial using a virtual credit card number and closed it as soon as I received the product. I’ve been on the 1st month for about a month and a half because I forget to use it. When I do, I notice that I have heavier bowel movements. When I first started it seemed my appetite increased. I was never consistent and it seems like I gained. I used it last night and had the worst pain in my right arm, I thought it might be a heart attack and took an aspirin. Today I have extreme diahrea and stomach cramping and nausea. I have not had an appetite at all and i’m afraid to eat. I’m drinking water and hoping this passes. I will not use SENSA unless I’m constipated LOL

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  • 211
    Blair Coppage

    Ultimately weight loss is about the balance between calories taken in and calories burned. Take the weight you want to be and the activity level that you maintain and calculate the number of calories that you should eat to maintain that weight. Now you have to eat fewer calories than this number…on average…over time to lose weight and achieve your target.

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  • 212
    Liizz

    They refused to give me my money back. They owe me almost $180.00 Dlls.!!!
    Attention every one…do NOT make any purchase from them!!!

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  • 213
    Tasha

    Purchased sensa, just started taking it today now can barley swallow, feels like things are caught in my throat, feel like its hard to breath at times, stomach hurts bad and still have a headache just on day one! Am returning first thing tomorrow. After having triplets was desperate to get the weight off but no i see the best way for me is to work out and eat right, with seeing what the ingredient they use in this stuff is used for it scares me.. Do not buy!!!!!!!

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  • 214
    Dahlia

    Oh gosh, I’ve convinced my husband and I to tried this product. But thank God I’ve did a little bit more research before I finally hit the confirmation button. Thank you all for the reviews. Whew! I don’t want to waste 90 bucks for every 60 days. That money can help me purchase the p90x workout.

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  • 215
    Kathy

    It’s important to remember that any drugs, or man made substances has to be processed by your body, especially your liver. Many take a tole on your liver, and without a healthy liver, your body can’t take care of you. Just trying sensa, may or may not make you lose a pound or two, but just add it to one more thing your liver has to fight. Feed your liver healthy natural food that man hasn’t tampered with, and it will take care of you.

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  • 216
    Sheryl

    I was on the sensa program, for 2 months and used it per the directions every day and lost nothing!!!!!! Do not waste your money.

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  • 217
    barbara

    Has anyone felt light headed after taking a few bites?

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  • 218
    Renee

    Omg I just placed an order tonight for the 30 day free trial! I’m so scared to try it now, I’m gonna try to cancel it tomorrow, do you think they will give me a refund? I’m really doubting this product after reading all these reviews!

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  • 219
    Lexi

    Goodness, I was very close to pulling out my credit card and I’m glad I didn’t. Aside from the side effects there’s no way that I want to get auto-billed. Just have to stick to eating less and exercising.

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  • 220
    Carla

    I almost ordered Sensa. I was skeptical and asked Sensa agent some questions about their product. I asked if there was anybody who had side effects from using their product. I also asked how many did not lose weight while Sensa. They avoided answering my questions. I asked several times. Thank all of you for sharing your experiences. Now I know why the sellers of Sensa avoided my questions. Not only have I saved $100 but also I escaped from a lot of pain. Thanks!

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  • 221
    cherri

    If one has HBP..but very much under controled…would you reccommend or not?

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  • 222
    Liz

    I tried Sensa and gained 10 pds. All I wanted to do was eat… Be careful.So for some of us, it does the opposite…

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  • 223
    ginger

    Just get in the gym. Your body needs good healthy food and exercise. Otherwise you get illnesses. These chemicals are not safe for your body. All you need to lose weight is some discipline and that is free.

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  • 224
    JP

    Thanks everyone. I have about 50 lbs to lose and you saved me $100. I was ready to buy but thought I’d look at some reviews first. High stress job and I overeat. I need to start sweating I guess.

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  • 225
    Anonymous

    i use to try everything. i was addicted to ephedra before they took that off the market. i was skinny but unhealthy as i would take about 30 a day. Now i go to the gym everyday.am about 20 pounds heavier then i was when i was taking the ephedra but you know what? i’m all mucsle and i have curves. overall in the past 9 months i have lost 15lbs just from exercise consistantly alone….. exercise is the only way to go. period.

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  • 226
    Betty

    Thanks guys, I was just about to order Sensa. Put my card back in my wallet. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

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    Sara

    I am so glad I read these comments. I just watched a half hour commercial about Sensa and was getting ready to order. I will go back to eating less and exercise more. There is no other way to lose weight.

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  • 227
    Lorna

    I agree there is no quick fix, you just have to eat right and exercise is very important but I don’t agree with the nursing, it may work for some people but not all, I gained about 20 lbs. with both my children and nursed both of them and never lost any weight when I nursed, actually I put on more weight so I tried different plans but finally went to weight watchers and walked and lost 52lbs. and reached my goal weight. That is the only thing that worked for me

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    Anonymous

    Caveat: breastfeeding isn’t license to eat anything you want! Have to watch fats and sweets but it does burn more calories every day than a 10K!
    You will lose weight as long as your aren’t overeating.

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  • 228
    kep

    When I called to get information about Sensa and perhaps order, A man answered and I asked about price. As I am trying to survive on a fixed income I have to watch my expenditures. When I declined the offer the man was very insistant and condesending. THE INSISTANT SALES TECHNIQUES AND CONDESENDING MANNER OF THE OPERATOR CONVINCED ME THAT EVEN IF I COULD AFFORD THIS PRODUCT I WOULD NOT BE MAKING A PURCHASE (NOR CONSIDER PURCHASING IT IN THE FUTURE). THE PERSON THAT OWNS THIS COMPANY IS NOT REPRESENTED AS SOMEONE WHO BELIEVES THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT. FOR THOSE OF US WHO WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR A MORE PROSPEROUS TIME TO MAKE A PURCHASE – COURTESY WOULD MAKE ME CONSIDER BUYING FROM THIS COMPANY – HOWEVER, COURTESY WAS NOT EXTENDED WHEN THE OPERATOR KEPT ASKING QUESTIONS AND INSISTING THAT I SHOULD PURCHASE SENSA. Lack of respect and a condesending tone does not make for eager customers. ONE CAN GO ANYWHERE TO BE INSULTED… SO THUMBS DOWN TO YOUR SALESMANSHIP AND CUSTOMER SERVICE TECHINQUE!

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  • 229
    stan

    Stay away from the buffet’,sugar,and excess carbs,smaller portions,and exercise,rapid walking,30 minutes a day for 5 days,drink plenty of water,guaranteed to loose 3 to 5 pounds a week,stay away from putting this toxic garbage in your bodies,you will regret it..

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  • 230
    Kio26

    Hi Diane alot of time has past how are you doing now with Sensa I am thinking of ordering it in the next week. Are you pleased with your results?

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  • 231
    Kiki

    The SENSA page It’s terrible!! First the “chat” it’s fake!!!!!!! Then I’m trying to cancel my SENSA and the page leave when I make the last click and now I dont have the option to cancel it, just to make me call. Only for the BAD service and online experience I want to cancel it now!!!
    And it doesnt work!!! I should read the review first….

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    milli

    Just wondering if you were able to cancle and how you went about it. I ordered the free trial today before reading the comments and now want to cancel. Do I have to wait till i recieve the shipment or can I do it before

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  • 232
    Madsha

    I was all ready to buy this product, call and hang up.. Than i went to the website and they came up with some offer to give me free with 4.95 S&H. I wanted to research it first, i am so glad i did as i have asthma and i dont need to experience some of these side effects. Thnk you guys for all your comments.

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  • 233
    Beverly Hatley

    The ingredients in both formulas are identical. Go read your box. There is no difference. They would have been better off just marketing one formula, and having consumers use that on everything. Their marketing and product are misleading, which goes to the quality of the product. They give the impression of two different formulas, but it’s not not. This product is bogus.

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  • 234
    William

    I had a good doctor friend look at this product, and this is a scam, without a doubt.

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  • 235
    John

    A scam in my book! I gained weight!! Five pounds in three months. $100.00 down the toilet. I called to cancel my “auto ship” never asked me why or offered a refund. I feel like a fool for trying this stuff.

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  • 236
    linda lee

    this is my fifth day ,how should i be feeling can’t tell the difference right now

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  • 237
    Victoria

    I am 55 and my doctor told me i needs to lose 45 pounds. i weighted 184. i tried everything, what has worked for me, was no sodas and lean cuisine. I only have 10 more pounds to loose.

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  • 238
    robert

    Your best bet is start buring between 200-300 calroies a day ( a good 30 minutes or sweat and short breath.)and cut way back on your sugar intake. It will be very hard im not going to lie to you. My sugar withdraws made quiting smoking (wich ive also done) look easy. The results will keep you going. Buy a scale and weigh yourself every day. It will be hard at first but the more you work at it and the more weight you lose the more motivation you will have. good luck to you.

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    candi

    Try Weight Watchers. It works and its easy cause u can eat anything as long as u stay in ur points so u dont have to ever say no.

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  • 239
    J

    When I was taking SENSA, I ended up with CRAZY DREAMS. Bizarre stuff. I think it was SENSA because it started immediately when I began, and I tested on and off to see if it continued (and it happened consistently with taking SENSA). I am not usually prone to psychosomatic effects, and this was a complete surprise!

    I have yet to read anywhere if anyone else experienced this type of thing with SENSA. How about you? Please respond if yes.

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  • 240
    Jenni

    I just ordered a 6month supply last night. And i think that it will work for some and not work for others. I think that the reason you are overweight needs to be taken into account. I, for example am over weight because once i start eating i litterally CANT stop until i am stuffed to the max. Yes i know that healthy diet and excersize are the only sure fire ways to lose weight every time. The only problem is that i will eat my “healthy, low calorie meal” and then afterwards eat another, and then end up eating everything in the house. I dont plan on eating “whatever i want” with sensa like the commercial says. I am planning on continuing with trying to eat a healthy diet, and hoping that by using sensa it will help me stick to it by feeling satisfied by what i eat. I dont know if you can lose weight with eating pizza and burgers, and sprinkling on sensa. But i am confident, that by using it as a tool in my healthy eating plan i will obtain the results i desire.

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  • 241
    Eartha

    I received SENSA on Oct. 14th. Started on 15-21st and was admitted in the Hospital on Oct.22-26th with extreme stomach pain, vomiting, lightheaded, lost of balance and increase in blood pressure. The doctors check me from head to toe and could not find out what the problems was. I was released on 26th started using the SENSA again on the 28th. That morning by the even after dinner I was vomiting my guts out. That tells me my hospital stay was from SENSA. Be careful what you order.

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  • 242
    Frances

    DiaNe, it was not your ONE.
    I never have issues with any weight list system. However, this was not the same with the Sensa. I was very excited to have lost 5 lbs. Once I did 7 days …… but all the food on my 2nd day smelled strange. Not that I was surprise due to the nature of the produce and its name… but with it came vomiting and diarrhea. I thought ok I can handle this but it would only happen at 3 am. I thought , this is insane ! There is something wrong with the picture. So I called and sent everything back. Not a great product. So I will be doing what I am used to doing … the elliptical! Glad to hear I east alone.

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  • 243
    jennifer

    i have been losing weight but my weightloss had slowed…sensa was suggested to me to pick up the slowing weight loss…after reading this i think that i will pass!
    thank you all so much!!

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  • 244
    Mercedes

    I’m 18 and I started Sensa on October 1. I’ve stuck to it pretty well (except forgetting it for 3 or 4 days). And I have lost 9 lbs.
    But lately, for the past week I have been feeling ridiculously nauseous.
    However! I don’t know if the nausea is related to Sensa or anxiety..
    Sensa has worked pretty well for me and its super easy to use/do. So I suggest just giving it a try. And if you start feeling sick or having side effects discontinue using it.

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  • 245
    monica

    i have not tried Sensa, though I have been curious, When I read that Carmine is an ingredient of Sensa, which gives food and makeup products a red color I was disgusted, as Carmine is essentially, Dried, dead Beattles.

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  • 246
    Tightwade

    If I plug my nose with a clothspin would I achieve the same effect? If my olfactory can’t smell the food I eat then my limited education tells me that I could save money and lose weight? Look, I’m not trying to be a SA just sensible and cheap! Cheers, 40lbs in 40 days.

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    Bob

    You need to smell the food .. the clothes pin would prevent that

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  • 247
    Brittany

    I have been doing sensa for a couple of weeks now, not changed a thing. I burn 900 cals a day/4-5 days a week with my workouts, eat health…still I have gained almost 5 pounds while taking sensa…..hmmm…so I oredered Zumba to get a new workout, see if that works.

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  • 248
    cyndilou

    I have just finished my first month of Sensa. I’ve lost 1 1/2 lbs. It is not a miracle drug, but it does make me feel fuller faster. I think you should think as it more of an “aid” than a cure. I don’t think I’ll stay on it past the first 2 months, but we’ll see.

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  • 249
    jessy

    i just ordered this product like 2 days ago.. i hope i dont get these side affects tht y’all are saying.. im hoping it works.. i will post more as i go.. =)

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  • 250
    Patti

    …Like Oprah said, if there was a ‘magic pill’ for weight loss, I would know about it and I COULD AFFORD IT! There is no magic solution, just eat less and move more! Forget all these rediculous diet scams. I lost 45 lbs on weight watchers, eating sensibly (& eating normal food!), watching my portions and exercising and now after 9 months of changing my lifestyle, it is second nature to me and I have been able to keep the weight off without any effort at all. My body now knows how much food it naturally needs each day. I love Weight Watchers! Forget Sensa and all of those other ‘diets’. Diets are always temporary, weight watchers is for life!

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  • 251
    shipdog7

    Snake oil is a traditional Chinese medicine made from the Chinese Water Snake (Enhydris chinensis), which is used to treat joint pain. However, the most common usage of the phrase is as a derogatory term for quack medicine. The expression is also applied metaphorically to any product with exaggerated marketing but questionable and/or unverifiable quality or benefit.

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  • 252
    faith

    So it sounds like this is corn sugar, soy and milk powders with an anti-caking agent and red dye – don’t see how any of this “sprinkled on your food” could make any difference other than in your mind

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  • 253
    LIA3131

    i tried sensa and i must admit i didnt want to eat but the downside it made me very ill i had terrible stomach cramps i just couldnt do it so i sent back for refund it REALLY took my appetite i was IMPRESSED

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  • 254
    athena craemer

    biggest scam yet!!!!!

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    STEFANI O'DANIEL

    TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE

    A SCAM ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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  • 255
    Lori

    This Sensa product is ripping my stomach apart. I am only on the end of my first week and its definitely IBS and I feel so sick. :(

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    Val

    I was thinking of putting myself and my hubby on Sensa, but he has IBS so that is not happening. Thanks for your comment. Sounds like the people who lose weight on it is due to a plecebo effect.

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  • 256
    ck

    This is mt first time commenting on anything online or otherwise but i did see that there was alot of people with my problem. Long story short glad i didnt buy sensa., and since losing a 9 year job getting a great new one the losing my mother and my new company firing me because of it i have been on prozac of all things..and have gained a horrible 20 lbs…im going to get it off but the couch has been my friend..maybe we should have a website for us people to get support and new ideas on getting on with our life..ty so much for listening..hope to hear ur opinions..

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  • 257
    Prescious

    This reply is for Marga above
    Just be very very careful though with eating WW and Lean Cuisine frozen entrees. If people would just look at the sodium labels in these frozen entrees, it would blow you away. As much as 900mg of sodium in these frozen entrees and sometimes more. so please be careful you may lose the weight but you may develop high cholesterol and high blood pressure. For me, my diet plan is simply just eating smaller portions mostly fruits, vegetables and protein, every 2 to 3 hours to rev up my metab. And I’ve been excercising 20 to 30 minutes a day aerobics and some light weights. Just started about 3 weeks ago and so far lost 15 pounds. Sometimes just doing your own thing works I’m tired of all these diet plans. Sometimes the best way to lose weight is just a made up mind

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  • 258
    Shirley

    While this product may work for some it didn’t work for me. I found it to be inconvenient. Sensa is just another fad in the world of weight loss schemes. There is no miracle cure for weight loss. There is absolutely no way to lose weight and get healthy without changing your eating habits and adding physical activity. I have found that eating 4 or 5 smaller meals spaced out through the day is the easiest way to drop a few pounds and stay healthy. You don’t have to really change your eating habits, you just space it out more and add a few healthier options. If you can afford this product, you can afford to add healthier choices on occasion to your diet. Gimmicks are not sustainable options in the long run. I have lowered my cholesterol, blood sugar levels, and have more energy. It just makes more sense to choose this healthier option. You are not going to lose weight sprinkling a powder over a piece of chocolate cake if you eat that way everyday. This company should be ashamed of themselves for their misleading claims.

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  • 259
    carolyn

    I want to thank everyone for their insight on Sensa. This had stopped me from making a big mistake in purching this. I got to stop looking for the wonder drug that can give me fast result. There is no such drug out there that yhou can take and feel safe with. I’ll stick to what I know is right.

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  • 260
    dott

    Hey — MSG makes me itchy.

    Instead, I use 1/2 tablespoon
    of extra virgin coconut oil with my breakfast and before bedtime. Quenches my sweet cravings just fine PLUS has given me back a definite “I’m full” point when I eat. I also cut out all diet soda, except for about 1 a month (I love diet soda — so that was a difficult cut — but I realized that the diet soda was part of what was keeping me hungry all the time, and all that phosphorus just kills your bones and teeth.)

    Just by adding the EVCO twice a day I have lost 37 lbs. in the past year. Not too shabby.

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    Cheryl

    Thanks Dott, I am going to try the EVCO. How did you hear about it? Where can you buy it?

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  • 261
    Debbie

    I gained 2 1/2 pounds the first week and am trying like crazy to lose it the second week with out much success. That’s what I get for trying Sensa. It made my food taste good and yes I felt full and stopped eating, but I don’t eat that much anyway. Now Iam having a hard time trying to get my money back within the 30 days.

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  • 262
    Jaime

    Do not type in your information on the Sensa website, even if you do not submit the order for the trial – they will harass you via email and phone. They are calling me and hanging up. The Customer Service line is useless, nobody there can assist with removing your information from their call list and all they say is to go on the website and email them. BOGUS! Do not get involved with SENSA, bad business ethics off the bat

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  • 263
    Debbie

    I started on Sensa 3 days ago. Boy does it mess with your bowels. I am sticking with it just to check out in a month if I see any wt loss changes. I have been exercising, stretching and watching my “soda pop” intake. did take antiacids and drank alot of water to help with the cramps. forgot to use it one meal. I hope im an exception to the texts above. im trying.

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  • 264
    Donald

    Don’t waste your money on this product, I gain weight taking Sensa.

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  • 265
    Customer

    Don’t waste you time on this product. I gained weight taking Sensa.

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  • 266
    joe smith

    don’t bother buying sensa

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  • 267
    maryann

    Don’t try any of this crap. Read the book by Dr. Michael Aziz the perfect 10 diet book. It is about how your hormones in ones body work concerning real and fake foods. I have been following his plan going on 4 1/2 months and have lost 45 pounds aint no lies!! and feel fine no craving no midnight munchies.SAVE YOUR MONEY DON’T BUY THIS CRAP READ THE BOOK. once you get rid of all the crappy foods in your body you will start to eat real healthy foods and lose the cravings for all the junk crap!!

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  • 268
    lee

    all you need to do is go to an organic foods store and buy a product called pectin. about ten minutes before you eat take a spoonful and eat it and chase it with a glass of water. the pectin will expand and make you feel full so you will eat less. i have been using this for years and it is very effective when my appetites get out of control. and its much cheaper than sensa.

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    joe smith

    eat real fool and not all that fake processed junk out there

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  • 269
    mary

    what if u are allergic to corn or soy can u still take the sensa?

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  • 270
    ktsue

    I have lost and gained a lot of weight over my life, and am currently at my heaviest. However, one thing that a lot of people don’t get about weight loss is that, yes, you are right that it really comes down to burning off more calories than you eat…that is how the body loses weight. BUT, so many products talk about helping you curb your hunger, but so many people eat when they’re NOT hungry. They’re eating for reasons other than hunger, and if they don’t deal with those issues, it doesn’t matter how much weight they lose; they WILL gain it back. I so often eat for emotional reasons, so I can struggle and try to lose watch calories and exercise, but until I deal with the emotional issues and until I learn when I’m REALLY hungry (vs. just emotional hunger), I’ll never win. So don’t let scams tell you “we’ll curb your hunger.” How about curbing my stress and my anxiety…THEN I’d lose weight! Best wishes to everyone!!

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    devp

    well put. that is my issue. someone told me to try seeing a weight loss psychiatrist. maybe that will help u. good to see someone is out there with the same thoughts.

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    figured it out

    ktsue – you have hit the proverbial nail on the head. Many people overeat for emotional reasons; until those are resolved, one will struggle continually with weight issues. Good luck to you; I’m proud of you and your comments. I wish you all the best.

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  • 271
    lil seymour

    Does Sensa cause insomnia

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  • 272
    Sharon Razor

    Has this product been tested on persons who have had kidney transplant?

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  • 273
    Marcy

    Wow – thanks for all the comments everyone….guess I’ll just move on….1 glass of water before meals…more walking…smaller portions….sigh…….

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    Betty Evans

    You know the old saying if it sounds to good to be true it probably isn’t true? I have lsot 38 LB’s in 6 months & i am a third of the way to goal, I have been extremely overweight for over 20 years, & the only thing that has helped me to lose the weight is a sensible balanced food plan. Sure it takes some work on my part it took a long time to get this big,& I expect it to take some time to get rid of it. I am now in a 1x instead of a 4x if that don’t get you engin cranking again don’t know what to say. Good luck to everyone.

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    Cheryl

    I am SO Proud of you Betty, keep up the good work. It is a great feeling when you get into a size that that makes you feel and look good! I recently lost 38 pounds myself but am now having a real difficult time losing more which is what I want.

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    Madison

    Marcy-

    According to my latest cosmo, doctors have found that drinking 2 glasses of water 10 minutes before each meal will help you drop pounds. And, if you get bored with plain water drops some orange or lemon slice or some frozen berries into a pitcher of water and let sit for an hour. OR try adding mint leaves and lime to seltzer to make it like a virgin mojito will work too. Basically, you can have a little fun with your water and have it take up room in your stomach so you eat less during your meal but feel fuller. Simply doing this, can add 5 to 10 lost pounds every 3 months. I did this and added a 15 minute walk 3 times a week, when I made a major move and I lost 20 pounds in a 2 months…it’s amazing how quickly the weight comes off when you have the motivation to lose it!

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  • 274
    Fred

    I just signed up for the introduction offer. Then I did the research! Foolish move! I’ll give it a try for 2 months. Does anyone know if it is difficult to back out of the program??

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  • 275
    aldomag

    I Tried SENSA two days ago and in the beginning I felt full very soon, however last night I felt terrible after using it, stomach upset, breathing difficulties, anxiety, sweat and end in the emergency room in a local hospital. I’m dissapointed because I want to believe that finally I had found the solution for losing weight.

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  • 276
    Nancy

    Thanks for the feedback on Sensa. I was going to try it but as I have read through all the feedback its clear to lose weight there is no easy solution. Mind over matter and I don’t want something that controls what my mind tells me. What else will it do long term they can’t tell you that. Look at phen phen what it has cost alot of people

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  • 277
    Jill

    I’ve got IBS… On day 3 with no problems. I do feel like it helps me eat less. I’m not snacking as much and feel completely satisfied after I eat. Will keep you posted.

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  • 278
    Ashley

    Free way to get the same effect?? Drink a full glass of water before you eat a meal.. Has the same effect of making you feel fuller so youll eat less.. Dont waste your money on these programs, they dont work! Stick with weight watchers and exercise.. Weight watchers lets you waht you love too! Be smart about this

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  • 279
    elaine

    Thanks so much for the feedback!! I was ready to order until i got real feedback!!

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  • 280
    ed starr

    I lost 17 lbs the first month, however I was sick all the time, I could not keep using it. I was sick, looked horrible , and felted worst, darn near blew out my colon. It was not worth the side effects. It also took me a full month for my body to recover from it, I had to go to the doctor as my stomach was in bad shape. Just watch the calories, it does the same.

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  • 281
    maryann

    Dont’ waste your money. Read Dr. Michael Aziz from new york the perfect 10 diet you will get the picture on how you body responds to real healthy food compared to all the fake and processed crap around

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  • 282
    Thoracias

    Thank you all for the insight! I woke up and watched the infomercial and was convinced to buy…called the 800 number and tried doing the automated system but something was wrong and I lost connection TWICE.
    So I decided to try ordering off ShopNBC.com. Got on the computer and looked it up but just as I was about to get out my credit card, something told me I should do more research before I impulse buy.
    That search led me here! I saved my money and got some inspiration to try the old fashioned way once more. THANKS AGAIN!

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  • 283
    Cindy

    I just got my order today, read the information, and then searched the internet for a blog. This is the site with the most information. Frankly, now I’m afraid to try it, so I’m sending it back. There just aren’t enough positive statements to warrant a possible allergic reaction. Thanks everybody.

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  • 284
    Joanne

    I am doing Weight Watchers, and I have lost 16 lbs. The reason I started taking Sensa, because some days I craved for more foods even though I had eaten all that was required for those days. On the first day immediately I felt full before I finished my meal, second day was the same and man I was excited, but what bothered me was this weird feeling in my stomach, I became constipated, my nose was feeling stuffy, and I started having anxiety attacks after years not having them. I was thinking maybe I am having these attacks again because I am nervous about taking Sensa. I went on the community board on the Sensa web page for users of Sensa and clicked on side affects from taking Sensa. Amazing what I saw and didn’t see. Some one wrote in that they were allergic to suralose which Splenda is made from. The Sensa team member wrote back to her that suralose was in Sensa. I googled suralose and to my amazement, the side effects of suralose is depression, headaches, anxiety, gas, rashes, and other symptoms that I don’t remember at this time. All the ingredients aren’t listed, which isn’t right because like myself I had such a reaction to this product. And I was doubting what I was feeling. The answers that were given to those that wrote in about their symptoms like they developed, headaches, gas, rashes, was to drink more water, and cut back the Sensa for two weeks to see if things got better. Well, I called them and let them know that I was allergic to the suralose in Sensa, they didn’t deny that Suralose was in it. I told them I wanted to return it. They did give me the RMA number to put on the outside of my box, (without that number you won’t get a refund) and they did refund my money. Well it did curb my appetite no problem, but I didn’t have the joy of eating without getting full so fast, and those side effects I listed.
    Unfortunately, I am sensitive to Sensa. There are people who does very well on it and to each its own, I will continue what I have been doing and lose my weight through Weight Watchers.

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    Rami

    Where is the address to return the product after you got the RMA number?

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    Kitty

    You have to have the customer services rep giv eyou the address when you get your RMA number.

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  • 285
    Anolise

    I am glad I found this website. I got once hooked on Acai Berry scam and took 2 months to resolve it after paying through the nose. I also take Lexapro and was interesting to hear that one gains wait on it. I have gained 30 lb and have a hard time loosing it. Besides Sensa sounding like a total scam, I barely eat enough as it is and still have hard time loosing weight. I agree it sound like a placebo.

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  • 286
    Crystal

    Who knows the right way to send the stuff back and stop the charges. I paid the $159.90 up front. 8/19/10 I was notified it was being shipped. Wish I would have read everyone comments first.

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  • 287
    MaryJane

    Ok, sensa is not a long term way to loose weight. It gives u a head start on loosing weight but in that process you need to eat better and excierse. Even though they do some false advertising by saying you can loose weight and not change your diet but think about it, isn’t what you are eating that got u to this point? Use common sense people! This is not a pill to use forever it gives u a head start to feeling satisfied with you, you. Need to do the extra work to keep it that way. I am 5 ft tall and was 160 lbs not great for a short person but I took sensa lost 40 lbs. During the time I was taking it I was eating better working out and got myself into the routine of taking care of me. So use common sense!

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  • 288
    Rene

    Found Sensa on the ShopNBC website, which lists the ingredients (BTW, could not find carmine listed as an ingredient there, but it is here). I think this product is hugely overpriced condidering the ingredients. Tricalcium phosphate can be purchased as a nutritional supplement for $6.48/pound. You can buy maltodextrin from a supplement store or a beer-maker’s supply store; I found it at one supplier for $2.95/lb. Carmine – if it is an ingredient – is a red dye made from crushed up beetles and can be found in yogurt, fruit juice, and some brands of food coloring. Silica – which is listed as an ingredient on other websites, can be bought in tablets at supplement stores – $8.11 for 200 tablets. Other ingredients are milk and soy. Finally, there are “natural and artificial flavorings” (and I thought this product was supposed to be natural).
    So, if you buy the six month supply of Sensa (12/.70 oz shakers), you’re paying $235 for about 8.5 ounces of these ingredients. I suppose something might be said for the cost of the research, but still, I would not pay so much for something made of relatively cheap, readily available ingredients. Besides, I’m wondering how one knows how much of the “Tastants” to sprinkle on a particular plate of food — how do you make sure your supply lasts for a full 30 days?

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  • 289
    Tia

    Thanks for letting nme know about Sensa before I ordered it.The only way to really lose the weight is exercising and eating right. I lost 45 pounds last year doing swimming aerobics and cutting back on foods.Eating less and drinking lots of water and swimming aerobics really works.I have managed to keep the weight off.But losing weight quickly and starving yourself you will gain that weight back double.I lost 30 pounds a couple of years ago in 3 weeks cause I wasn’t eating after getting my tonsils out and when my throat got better I started eating salads and in 1 week I had gained 60 pounds.SWo not eating is not the way to lose weight but just eat right and not so much will work and swimming aerobics is a great workout and fun.

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  • 290
    Upset

    Doesn’t work at all. If you call a day late on your trial they charge you over $100. They give a 30 day trial and send 2 months work but if you don’t call in before hand you pay for 2 months!!!!

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  • 291
    Bo Feedermyster

    Read Dr Joel Fuhrman’s book eating and fasting for health if you really want to change your life and health.

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  • 292
    Leslie

    All I can say is thanks to all of you.I saw the ad for Sensa last weekend and I was dead set on trying it.I wanted to lose about 30 pounds and it seemed that this product was heaven sent.Thanks to you guys I saved myself a lot of problems and a lot of money. I live on the island of Trinidad and the exchange rate is 6 of our dollars =1 of yours.
    Thanks again guys.

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  • 293
    wendy

    Because of the corn and soy ingredients, I opted not to use the sensa. I emailed for a return authorization, got one and returned the package well before the time allowed. Then, two months later they billed my credit card for $99. I called, got a runaround, emailed USPS proof of shipping and they have still not credited back the $99. I believe that this was a scam to begin with. If you ask for the “free” trial, you pay for it.

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  • 294
    Tay

    Well I just saw the sensa ad on an infomercial and it almost looked legit. But if you think about it, eating less food slows down your metabolism, causing weight gain after you stop sensa. And the ingredients are gross. All this product does is curb your hunger.

    If you want to eat less, EAT SLOW. It takes 20 minutes for your brain to tell you that you are full. So if you eat slow, you will realize that need way less that you usually eat.

    And paying 90 dollars for a hunger aid is a ripoff. If you want to curb your hunger wash dishes. Stinky! Its free and hey some chores are getting done!

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  • 295
    Kari

    I’m with Carissa. Four months of Sensa will buy me that Gold’s Gym treadmill from Wal-Mart, and THAT will be useful in managing my restless leg! =)

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  • 296
    Anthony

    thanks for the heads up ,i was going to try it but after i read everything that was said i feel a little bit foolish for hoping for some kind of miracle cure but i am happy to save my money tho.

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  • 297
    bethany

    I just got my sensa in the mail. Although it’s hard to remember to put it on your food before you eat it. which is a main concern for me. I think the product is a waist of time and money. Because i did try it on my food. I didnt feel full and i went back and got a seceond plate. I am feed up with all these comersials that promice you the world and dont give you a chair to sit down in. DONT TRY IT, IT DOESNT WORK.

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  • 298
    Anonymous

    Sensa never tells you that you need a delivery confirmation after returning the product and then they charge you even though you cancel and returned the product, which sent my account into overdraft and they don’t refund..RIP OFF COMPANY

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  • 299
    Anonymous

    I am so happy for this website i didnt know he product contained corn or milk or soy products. they should say. that can be so deadly.

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  • 300
    Sunny

    I ordered Sensa in April. I started it in May. I have had horrible cramps and my IBS has acted up. Constipation and diarrhea. I have lost weight and inches–I do not know how much, I avoid the scale and the measuring tape. I can tell by the way my body and knee’s feel, plus, I am eating less, I feel full after a small amount of food.
    I am completely grossed out by the ingredient that is boiled insect! The visual is enough to make me vomit.
    I was called by a bill collector the other day, stating if I do not pay the eighty something dollars, I will have a negative rating on my credit score. When I ordered my “free” trial, I thought all I had to pay was the $4.95 S&H., I gave a temporary credit card number to pay for the S&H, knowing that the card was temporary, just in case this was a scam, I did not want them to charge my card for more then the S&H. Last month, Sensa tried to charge my card for the discounted trial amount of $80. something but because that card is now gone, they could not get any money. And, now, they want their money! I got the call from a company called “Intelligent Beauty”, who stated they were a bill collector for Sensa. I asked for them to send me a bill and the rude person stated they do not send any bills, but I could mail a money order to an address. I stated I would have to check out this “Intelligent Beauty” company before I send any money to anyone to make sure it is indeed a ‘real’ company. I have not yet done any investigating.
    I, like many, was hoping for help. And, I must admit, it has helped, but, have decided to discontinue Sensa because I cannot afford $90.00 a month, I do not want to ingest boiled insects and the stomach pains and IBS issues are not worth it.
    I must stop being lazy and start doing what I know will work.
    Eating right and exercising.
    Best wishes and blessings.
    Sunny

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    Anthony

    that was a smart idea you had,thanks for the info because of that my mind is set not to buy it.

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  • 301
    betty

    Using the product during 1st month was ok. It is hard to remember to use it when you eat. After about 2 weeks, I noticed discomfort in my stomach. I was feeling nauseaous. I am returning the product to ShopNBC for my refund. Weight loss? It is hard to determine: I was fitted with a new upper denture…Don’t know if it was food I couldn’t chew or Sensa…

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  • 302
    carissa

    It seems like this product is worthless. For the price of this, we might as well buy a treadmill and walk the weight off. There are no excuses.

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  • 303
    Cubbyk53

    I got the stuff and took it the first 3 days…nothing..Then on day 4 I started getting very full after I ate. I am on day 8 now and I swear after I eat something, I have no desire for food. I called and they prolonged my trial period another tow weeks…what do I have to lose..I can start month 2 and see what happens. I am at the beginning of a huge diet and if I can get 2 or 3 weeks of a fullness feeling..its worth the $90.
    I shall see how this works. By the way if any of you professional dieters ever too phentermine, I believe thus far the feeling is the same..except phentermine speeded me up. But the fullness feeling is identical. The problem for me with phentermine was after several days the effect was not there.
    So we shall see. I will monitor this site and answer questions. I looked at this site to see if anyone is experienceing this almost bloated feeling of non hunger. If you have, I;d like to hear about it

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    Melissa

    Where did you get your phentermine

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  • 304
    Michelle

    I cannot believe some of the horrible stories that I have read on this site. Man am I glad I came looking for this. I injured my back (ruptured a disc) about 6 years ago and gained weight because of the inability to move. I also have IBS, diverticulosis and Acid Reflux. I have an extremely sensitive system and seem to become very ill from any pills that have many strange concoctions put together. I am losing weight on my own right now (15 pounds so far!) but I thought it would be nice to have a little kick. And what I am doing to lose weight is
    1) Increased my fiber to 40-50 grams/day. Diverticulosis made necessary.
    2)Increased water to 1/2 gallon or more per day.
    3)Using my Wii Fit and my exercise bike when I am watching a show (hour goes by very quickly).
    The weight isn’t melting off by any means, but I will tell you – it is phenomenal to step on the scale and see another 5 pounds gone! And to know that I am doing it myself is incredible! Don’t get this product, it is clearly one heck of a scam!

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  • 305
    Karyn

    There is only one way, it’s a choice and you have to make it. My whole life has been a strugle and two years ago I made a choice to get off my butt and start a workout plan. You don’t need gym memberships there are many things one can do without expensive equipment-research online ie: The Biggest Loser website (good info). I am 42 and now I’m healthy and it’s all from focusing and making the choice of wanting it and not “oh, poor me”. Make the choice and do it the right way!

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  • 306
    susan

    weight loss & anti-depressants:
    I’ve been on Wellbutrin for years: it does cause weight loss for the first few months, a great motivator — it “kicked” me into losing and I’ve been able to maintain . . . lifting the depression helped, too: or was it the other way around? ;-)

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  • 307
    gail

    Thank you all for saving me some hard earned money. This stuff has “scam” written all over it. Good luck to everyone in your weight-loss endeavors. I hope we all can find a way….

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  • 308
    Rebecca

    On Sensa for 2 days. I have noticed a more full feeling and so I’ve been eating less. Because you sprinkle sensa on everything, I’m way more aware of what I’m eating thus making what I eat count. Like a virtual food diary without having to write it down. Though I have had a all day headache, don’t know if it’s a related side effect.

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    Gelsy

    Rebecca, I had the same problem. I tested it by just eating a small amount by itself. 15 min later I felt pressure but no pain.

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  • 309
    Patti

    I just completed SENSA month 1. Lost five pounds the first two weeks but none the second two weeks. I guess the effect wore off. Still happy with the five pounds, though and ordered month two. Will report back after a month. Had no side effects.

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  • 310
    Lavern

    I have IBS, but didn’t realize this is a counterindication for using Sensa, until after I sent for the trial package.

    I also did know that they automatically send you the rest of the months supplies without ordering them. They have a 30 day return policy, which I missed, so even though I didn’t order them, didn’t open them & didn’t want them, because I missed the 30 day window (I was having a lot of family emergencies & didn’t follow-up the way I should have) I couldn’t get a refund.

    I recommend against Sensa, as much for financial reasons, as the stomach problems.

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  • 311
    Margaret Older

    The come-on for Sensa popped up on my yahoo mail page and I was intrigued so did a search and found your site. thanks a bunch for saving me from more heartbreak and a lot of money wasted. If there was truly a “quick fix” for all of us fatties out there, our doctors would be rushing to get us to take it. I am a 69 yrs. old cancer survivor; was on Aromasin for 4 yrs. then quit. The cancer meds caused me to gain about 55 lbs. on an already obese body. I’m not going to hurt myself further by trying Sensa and maybe suffering the stomach and other problems associated with it.

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  • 312
    Shy

    i was 315 lbs and ive been working out and eating frequent small meals i now down to 302 and its been three weeks today i was thinking about sensa but after reading the reviews ill stick to what iam doing working out and eating betterthis is the safest way!!!!

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  • 313
    dave wrinkle

    Tried it..with the semi free offer. The office staff is nice..professional. They encouraged me..however, even though the packageing appeared very professional…I could not get over what i read on line about the product..
    basically 4…(nothing products) corn soy milk and Maxiltitrate..something I can’t spell or know..and yet the salty and sweet is almost tasteless and you have to shake the hell out of the shakers to get the almost nothing..weightless stuff to come out.
    I could see putting it on a banana..or an orange or a heath salad..but it did not work on a burger or fries..or a corn dog or a coke or a chocolate milk or a piece of fried chicken. It just didn’t do anything..plus people laughed at me..over it. I mean seriously..this is up there with calorad..the loose weight while you sleep juice..at 25.00 to 45.00 a bottle plus they want you to hook up your friends…(no wonder I could not do that..as I would not have any friends if I pushed that on to them) So, NO, It didn’t seem like it was going to even be partially effective. I mean if I am going to take a Pill or sprinkle something on food..it had better be something with substance that either makes me throw up or makes me want to throw the food out. This was just a
    little bit of almost nothing..pure packageing and crazy claims..then when I saw the…win a 1000.00 to be the next BEFORE AFTER so we can be part of the scam..that was the hair trigger that just made me change my mind…in that I guess it is a complete
    Non Product…that is not effective…and certainly not effective immediately. It was like just shaking DUST on your food. It was weird. I
    forgot to do it a couple of times.then just got the box a week later and packed it all back up..hopefully before they hit me with the 89.00 charge.

    Sorry, this one is a dud. Anyone that says this works..is possibly making money off of it…but..I sure don’t think it would work for me. Not the foods I eat. Maybe if all I ate was cereal and salads..it would work…but remembering to shake it on some wendys chili..or…some…pig sandwich
    or sprinkle on a hershey chocolate milk…it just didn’t go over too well for that. I am sure…take out your shaker..and unload it on a corn cob or
    a baby back rib in a restaurant. Oh Please! NOPE! Not happening. I guess I will have to try something else.
    something that really kills my appetite..this didn’t..nor did it make my food taste better or different nor did it..curb my appetite..and I tried it
    several meals…it didn’t do anything.!
    I must not of given it a good enough trial

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    Patti

    I always eat healthy and excercise moderately, but had problems with weight. Did SENSA month 1. Lost 5 pounds since it curbed my appetite. And yes, I could have still eaten through the feeling of “fullness”, but I didn’t. Ordered month 2 through Amazon and paid a lot less. Had no side effects and I do not make any money off of SENSA, but need to lose 30 pounds. Will post results again next month.

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  • 314
    Lois

    Thanks for all of the messages about the reactions to Sensa. I have even called the Smell & Taste Institute & left a message for the Dr. to call me back. That never happened!! I have a few serious health problems, and no one can give me the “actual” ingredients on Sensa. Everyone has a “partial” list, and I was told that the Dr. will not release the full ingredient list. Something seems shady from the get go….so RUN PEOPLE RUN!!!! Don’t fall for this and jeopardize your heath. Diet & exercise is the only way….as much as we all hate to do it.
    I’m so glad I found this site and read all of your posts.
    You may have saved a lot of lives by posting your thoughts.
    Thanks :-*

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  • 315
    Anonymous

    How bad were your ibs symptom?s1 being ok 10 being the worst

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  • 316
    Sandra D

    I am 60 yrs old – 4’8″ – 170 lbs – arthritis in both knees – exercising is not possible – so I went to a salad plate for all meals and found small bowls – take an herbal – Thyro-max Support 2X day. Gives me more energy (less idle time) and that same full feeling. Have lost 7 lbs in two weeks – eat what I like – just less of. No cravings – no wishing – no gym. If eating out – just eat 1/2 – take other 1/2 home to eat next meal. Losing / maintaining weight is a lifelong experience or you will just gain it back again – take it from an old lady who has tried an oodle of fad diets and miracle pills. GUM works wonders !! Just don’t give up – each person is different and keep trying until you find what works for you. Calories intake vs the calories used. The more you eat the more you will have to do something to wear off those calories. Good luck to you all – you can do it – but like any addiction – 1st you have to admit you have a problem and then do something about it. If you eat b/c you are bored or stress – find a hobby to keep your hands and mind busy. Tomorrow is the first day of your life – Good day to start your new “diet” (eating plan)

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    JOE

    just go buy some cornstarch and sprinkle on your food

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    Ed Boyd

    That’s funny but if you look at the ingredients, it’s not that far off!

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  • 318
    SaDara

    Is Sensa safe with Coumadin?

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  • 319
    Kristy

    Wow. Was about to order it and decided before I put my Credit Card number in to read some reviews. Decided not to order and they REALLY make it difficult to click off the page. Then they have an operator “standing” by so you have to read the prompt box correctly or your stuck on the page. Total scam!!

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  • 320
    Anonymous

    Eat less, move more. Its not rocket science. I have lost 110 lbs in the past 4 years or so. I am now 140 lbs. It is hard, but if you want it bad enough anyone can do it.

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  • 321
    Richard

    Also would this work on beverages? Like I said I dont eat that much but do drink to much Pepsi.

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  • 322
    Richard

    Was glad that I read this! I am overweight, but that is most likely due to the fact that Im addicted to Pepsi, drink about 100 ounces a day of Pepsi, I have tried diet soda’s but have heard that diet soda’s are worse for you then Regular due to the process. What Im real glad that I found out about this product is that after 30 days your account is charged $90, now one way around this (Hope its legal) would be to go to AAA or a local store and get a $25 gift card and see if it accepts it. (Since they may be trying to charge the $99 to see if there is enough money in the account-which is wrong IMO) Now back to watching my favorite tv show- Ghost Hunters!

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  • 323
    james

    tried sensa, actually eat more than usual. Tried to call and cancel at end of my trial. wanted to charge me 1/2 price to keep it. said no. they gave me another 30 days to try since results vary. still no loss tried to cancel. they said keep it for another 30 day. tired to cancel they said ok don’t work about it. then in june they charge me 89.98. Called them they just say you called and got an extension each time. I think This is a Scam. I did not loose an ounce. if anything i put weight on. Cust service did want to hear about it and never told me i was agreeing to an extension to the program. I asked to send it back 3 times. good luckk to all trying to lose a little weight. These people are just playing us.

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  • 324
    Anya

    I’m a personal trainer who actually was fat. (Since many never were and are just genetically blessed). I tried all the diets, pills, starving. Did it all, Unfortunately the ONLY real way to get the body you want is to eat decent food *not sprinkle crystals on mcd’s* and exercise. Trust me, find a group of friends and walk together and don’t let each other flake out and cheat. Loosing weight is the HARDEST thing people can do, but its worth it to do it the right way and not cheat. you’ll appreciate the results

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  • 325
    dee2

    Well, Brian’s been with me for every single meal & he’s lost 10 lbs & I’ve lost nada.
    Doesn’t irritate my stomach, doesn’t do anything. My health coach said it’s milk sugar & silica & doubted it would work, but said “Hey, at least its good for your bones.”

    So once again I’m eating healthy (always have) but this menopausal woman is no better off than I was 2 months ago when we started with Sensa.
    Disappointed.

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  • 326
    Barbon

    I’m returning after 5 days–
    I lost about 1 1/2 pounds
    but expeniencing worsening
    heartburn

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  • 327
    korin

    Thanks everyone for the great comments, I am completely talked out of buying this product. Not really in my price range anyways. I will have to try the water thing, sounds like it works.

    Once again thank you everyone for the very convincing comments.

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  • 328
    melissa haddock

    ive been taking this for 4 days and ive lost only 1 pound does this mean its working.

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  • 329
    Laura

    Many people won’t have any weight loss using sensa as it is only for people with a specific problem. It is for people who do not feel satisfied or satiated after eating because of a chemical ‘uptake’ problem. It is somewhat like not being able to shut off a light switch, Sensa flips that switch which says that you are satisfied. People who simply have slow metabolisms or just don’t exercise/ eat healthy will most likely see no results. There are so many different types of weight gain and there are an equal amount of ways to lose weight. I personally have a thyroid problem but also have a problem with cravings (since no matter what I ate it just didn’t seem enough or quite what I wanted) so Sensa did help with my over eating as it counteracted that specific problem. I encourage you to try and find the actual root of your weight problems as there is usually a countermeasure.

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    lee

    I too have the same problems with not being able to shut off my cravings or being able to narrow them down until I’ve eaten everything in site. As frustrating as this is I have just started drinking a whole lot of water (I mean a whole lot) until I feel almost ill. Then I won’t eat

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  • 330
    diane62

    I too am 47 and about 45 lbs overweight. It was good to hear about someone my size!! I am scared after reading the scam comments though. What do you think?

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  • 331
    onyx

    sorry – just realized that is TSP – not TCP…I guess TCP is that anti-caking ingredient…anyway…why don’t they explain how the ingredients work on your tasants? This sounds like a scam to me. Anything with those automated payments seems hoky.

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  • 332
    onyx

    Isn’t TCP the stuff used to strip varnish and heavy grease/grime off kitchen cabinets, etc.? If so, should it be eaten?

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  • 333
    preacher

    do you put sensa on and add salt or sugar or just sensa

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  • 334
    Jessica

    I actually DON’T like Sensa. I have no idea if it actually works, since I didn’t use it, and sent it back (I started going to the gym and eating healthier). Suddenly, two months later, $89.95 is withdrawn from my account with NO NOTICE, subsequently bouncing my bank account. AND it was virtually impossible to get ahold of customer service… I will also mention that I sent it back WELL within the 30 day period. So there was no issue of “not reading the fine print”.

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  • 335
    kim

    Save some money, just sprinkle psyllium husk powder on your food and drink a huge glass of water afterwards.

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    Lisa

    Actually, that would be a healthy alternative. Metamucil has a product that you can add to your food and drinks (not sodas) that has no taste. I tried it and it doesn’t have any taste. The fiber is good for you too and fiber is suppose to make you feel full.

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  • 336
    Anonymous

    Those of you that cannot get your money back, should sell it on ebay. You will be surprised at what people will buy.

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  • 337
    Anonymous

    THANKS A BUNCH! I WAS VERY CLOSE TO BEING SOLD ON THIS PRODUCT AFTER WATCHING THE SHOW ABOUT IT, BUT THANKS TO THE REVIEWS I AM NOT!

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    cp

    So glad I read all about this. I was so close to ordering after seeing it on Shop NBC today. I think this changed my mind real fast! Thanks everyone!

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  • 338
    Macklin Crux

    I ordered it and although sometimes it does work, not all the time but sometimes, but I find that I am uncontrolably and uncomfortably hungery a few hours later. More importantly, the marketing is a rip off. You have to return the product to cancel the monthly billing which is 30 days from the day you order. You receive the product about 2 weeks later. When you return the product it takes 2 weeks to process. There’s a slim chance you might lose a few pound … Slim! There’s 99% chance you will be billed no matter when you cancel. Another Rip Off!

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  • 339
    Little school

    In a weak moment, I ordered and expect it to arrive today or tomorrow. Did I read correctly I should just write refused? What if I returned it and insured it for the $89.95. Advice please.

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  • 340
    Anonymous

    The list of ingredients contains Carmine. Yuk, who wants to eat Carmine? I do hope everyone knows that Carmine is made from crushed beetles to get their red color. Possibly the reason for upset stomachs/bowels…personally, I would NOT take this product or try it even once! You can get all of the other ingredients in Sensa elsewhere (maltodextrin–carnation malted milk?) and mix ‘em yourself if you wanna…

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    Barbara

    Very interesting comment. You are right, bettles… I knew I had seen the maltodextrin somewhere. Thanks for the info.

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  • 341
    ChrissyB

    Thanks everyone for your comments! This has helped me! I was eriously considering trying Sensa…now? NO way! I’ll stick to exericising! Good luck to everyone!

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  • 342
    Ruth

    I am only on day two and have extreme headaches, going to send it back hope they give me a refund

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  • 343
    Anonymous

    I HAVE READ ALL OF YOUR COMMENTS AND REALLY BEING OVER WEIGHT MYSELF i CAN TELL YOU THE ONLY THING THAT WORKS IS WHEN YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND TO CHANGE SOMETHING ABOUT YOU THAT YOU DO NOT LIKE..YOU GET AFTER IT..YOU WATCH WHAT YOU EAT AND YOU EXERCISE WHAT YOU CAN…I ALSO WANT TO STRESS THAT I WAS AND STILL AM AN STRESS EATER!! BUT I HAVE TO REACH FOR HEALTHLY FOODS WHEN I GET UPSET..NOT THE JUNK I WAS, AND ALSO I STOP SMOKING FOR MY HEALTH AND ADDED 5 POUNDS THE FIRST WEEK AND IT MADE ME MAD..SO THE ONLY THING I AM SAYING IS BE CAREFUL OF THESE FAD THINGS THAT SOUND GREAT BUT ANYONE WHO GOES ON A DIET SHOULD KNOW THEY ARE GOING TO LOOSE AT THE LEAST 3 POUNDS OF FLUIDS BEFORE THE BIG WEIGHT STARTS..GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU ARE GOING TO STAY WITH THIS PROGRAM I HOPE IT WORKS FOR YOU

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    Anonymous

    I think it’s funny that all of the so-called diet plans say something like “this works in conjunction with exercise and sensible meals”. Well, duh! If we exercise and eat sensibly we’d be fine!

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    Suzi

    I got Sensa thru GNC. I tried it for a week and found that I am still as hungry as ever. I know I can get my money back at GNC. I’m a stress eater too, and the only way something is going to control my appetite is if I deal with it, not some “miricle drug” And by the way, a government patient is no big deal. Anybody can get a patient on anything. Whether it’s good or bad. AM I EVER GOIMG TO LEARN!!!

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  • 344
    enlightened

    Thank you for all of your comments. I think I will try yoga in the morning and use a smaller plate.

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    Julie

    Thanks for all the info. I was gonna try Sensa but I think I will stay away at this point.

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  • 345
    Frances Gargano

    What about silica, isn’t that the stuff that preserves our shoes? I have read there is crushed glass in that ingredient, Please advise before I take this product.

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  • 346
    inpain

    I would just like to say that I just recently received my sensa trial pack in the mail and tried it for 4 days without missing a sprinkle. I developed a rash on my entire body and my breathing has become difficult and my stomach is hurting extremly bad I have had a headache for days know and I have been to the emergency room 2 times aready this week 4/21/10 and I have another appointment on friday for more chest x-rays because of my breathing its like my throat is closed. So I would not recommend this product to anyone The main ingredient in the product is not even safe to eat it is accually used to treat wounds. If anyone would like to talk they can give me a call at (828) 557-8157 thank you I am in extreme pain

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    Lorie

    Hello! I saw the video tonight for Sensa and after reading this blog I am so very glad not to try this product. I am so sorry to read that so many of you are sick from trying this product. Could someone please email me at my at… keepenthefaith2006@yahoo.com and give me info on Welbutin. I have been on alot of antidepressants for depression/panic attacks and my doctor says that I could possibly lose weight on Welbutin. I noticed reading that someone had been on this med and had good results from not gaining weight. Thank you! God Bless You All.

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    Just started Sensa

    I just got it to from shopNBC too and am not worried about sending it back. No sign of headache or stomach problems. I will give it the time to see if that happens if so I will return it. This is the best way to order instead of on line. Here there are not questions asked. Just return for a full refund and shipping

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    Anonymous

    Note to all re: breathing problems and rash. This is an example of the body having a severe allergic reatuon, perhaps from the Carmine, due to insect parts or detritus. Insects, are, in general, filthy. I recently had an allergic reaction severe enought to go to the emergency room, probably from insect bites. Everyone needs to keep benedryl at home and in the car. Had I not had benedryl, I am sure I would have died. Tight chest, wheezing, difficulty breathing and hives/rash can indicate you are going into anaphalectic shock (please excuse me if I messed up that spelling). You can die in a few mins. From this shock. I am a beekeeper and my husband is a medic and ems. Trust me, these symptoms described by the people on these comments prove this drug is not safe. It’s “voodoo” drugs. Thanks for the opportunity to comment.

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  • 347
    shayla

    i would not trust this “diet” plan that sounds like its from the twightlight zone. it obvously has ingredients that mess with your brain and probly most of your digestive areas. watch in a few months it will turn out that it gives you some weird medical problems or something, and if you lose the weight its almost garenteed to come back, so i would rather just stick to the old fashioned exersize and healthy foods. and the media say americans are lazy and fat well this is why!!

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    joel

    Sorry it is not really a question of being lazy but simply over nutrified ,by super raffined food which are more fatening than traditionnal food , so refering them as Lazy is asad way out.

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    YVONNE

    I TOTALLY AGREE

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    Dee

    LOL ya!!! It totally reminds me of the Twilight Zone! The one where the “water” keeps you young and then when you stop drinking it you get hella old. LOL

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    Anonymous

    These ingredients are entirely natural-not “out of the twilight zone”. Maltodextrin is a polysaccharride (sugar), carmine is a red food coloring, and milk and soy are self-explanatory. That being said, there’s no scientific basis for why it should trick your brain into feeling full, because these ingredients can be found in regular foods. Save your money!

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  • 348
    NANCY

    I am glab I read these stories BEFORE I ordered this product..I also have IBS, and I sure do not need anything else to upset my stomach…I guess the only thing I would have lost would be $100.00!!!

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    Janine

    I agree, I was wanting to try this so bad, but everything I eat makes me sick. Nothing is worth making it worse!

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  • 349
    Janet L

    I don’t know what I was thinking, but I ordered this while watching an infomercial on shopNBC. I came to my senses two days later. I just received a notice that my order has been shipped. I decided that I do not want it after all. I hope they will refund my money, easy. Beside the fact, I should not be charging anything on my credit card, I realize that it can be harmful to health. I am not going to try it, and I hope they only have me pay for S&H, and take off my credit card.

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  • 350
    Jean Jackson

    I am in the thirty day trial period. My doctor is making me stop Sensa. It gives me bad diahrrea every time I take it. HERE’S THE RUB ! THEY INSIST THIS HAS TO BE CANCELLED BY PHONE, AND THEY WON’T ANSWER THE NUMBER YOU GET TO CONTACT THEM. I HAVE CALLED FOR THREE DAYS STRAIGT, UP TO 35 RINGS. NO ANSWER, AND THEY WON’T CANCEL ON LINE! THIS IS FRAUD!

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    Kristy

    I had this happen to me before. Had to cancel my credit card to get out of it!

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    catlady

    try emailing them and telling them you will contact your state’s attorney’s office—I did and got my money back.

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  • 351
    Betty

    I tried it a few months ago and
    swelled up like a toad. Had no trouble
    getting my money back

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  • 352
    chris

    what are the ingredients? how does this affect gerd and/or gastrointestinal issues

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  • 353
    texas

    I am trying thi product now and I hope to see results.
    About the theeth whitening product . I thought I give it a try and had the same experience. my credit card fraud Investigation dep. called and asked if I had outhorized 89.00 to th same co who charged me shipping cost for the sample.I told them no and not accept the charge. They said OK cancelled my credit card and I had a new credit card the next day ,after they confirmed any of the purchases which of course were transfered to the new card.

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  • 354
    Sandy

    Good for you I am 2 weeks in and nothing. I will try to stick it out. I saw a guy in Vegas with Sensa and he was on his second month no results.

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    sharon

    diana-what does IBS mean? tomorrow will make my 1st wk so i’ll see if i lost or gained. it does make me full faster i must say.

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    Jack

    IBS = Irritable Bowel Syndrome. You do NOT want it!

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    Anonymous

    IBS= irritable bowel syndrome

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    Anonymous

    Silica in the powder is a material in powder form that absorbs water well. Maybe you feel full because when you eat foods with that powder on it, it absorbs more liquid when in your stomach from the foods you eat, causing you to feel more full.

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    Rachel

    Silica is also what is found in such things as Metamucil and other fiber supplements.

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  • 355
    Lori

    Tried the Sensa…. Had the result of violent reaction coupled with weight gain. A. currently on the Dillard Diet Deminsion. Great program. First week is hard because of the loss of so much of your normal food intake, but after that you add back to your personal threshold….plus it is doctor regulated and it works. 1 month in and 20 lbs gone, plus I am eating full meals that I can live with for the rest of my life. It is re training my eating habits for a healthy life style instead of giving me short term results.

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  • 356
    james beyer

    FOR ALL OF YOU WHO STILL THINK THERE IS GONNA BE A MIRACLE CURE FOR WEIGHT LOSS JUST STOP AND SAVE YOURSELVES SOME MONEY. THERE WILL NEVER BE A MIRACLE CURE NO MATTER HOW MUCH THESE TWISTED COMPANIES SAY OR HOW MUCH EVIDENCE THEY HAVE FOR SUPPORT. IVE BEEN STRUGGLING WITH WEIGHT LOSS TOO BUT WORKING OUT IS THE ONLY OPTION OR YOU COULD DO LIPOSUCTION BUT THATS IT. WORK OUT ON YOUR LEGS CAUSE IT WILL OVERALL IMPROVE YOUR METABOLISM AND LIFT LIGHT WEIGHTS WHICH WILL HELP AS WELL. AND DEFINITELY EAT VEGGIES CAUSE THEY’LL FILL YOU UP FASTER OR DRINK A FULL GLASS OF WATER BEFORE YOU EAT.

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    Anolise

    James I totally agree with you. However, I also agree with Richard who commented on all caps: whether it’s rude or not it is hard to read. Please make sure you type on the lower case :-)

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    Lana

    I too agree and know this to be personally true. Thanks for the advice.

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  • 357
    Penny

    Just cancel your credit card once you decided you are not happy with the product. Takes 2 minutes and a then just a few days to get a new one.

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    Grma8

    Might be effective, but it will wreak havoc with your credit rating. Instead, just call your credit card customer service and ask them to deny future payments to the company.

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  • 358
    Chyrl

    My question is, how does maltodextrin: Maltodextrin is a polysaccharide that is used as a food additive. It is produced from starch by partial hydrolysis and is usually found as a creamy-white hygroscopic spraydried powder. Maltodextrin is easily digestible, being absorbed as rapidly as glucose, and might be either moderately sweet or almost flavorless. It is commonly used for the production of natural sodas,
    AND Tricalcium Phosphate, which is used as an anti-caking agent in spices, in porcelain and dental powders, as a calcium supplement, and in some antacid formulas, combined with SILICA: common additive in the production of foods, where it is used primarily as a flow agent in powdered foods, or to absorb water in hygroscopic applications.

    How does this make you lose weight by giving the sensation of being fuller sooner? It almost sounds like the power of suggestion. I’m glad that it works for some people, however, I’ve not found anywhere other than the Sensa website that can tell me how this odd combination can make you lose weight. If that is the case, we could tale our favorite seasoning with anti-caking agents, grind up a calcium tablet or antacid tablet and find some silica and we’ve made our own weight loss sprinkles.

    As you can tell I’m a skeptic through and through. If something sounds too good to be true….it usually is.

    And please, no one take offense. I’m just curious and if it has worked for you…congratulations. I need to lose weight and due to seroquel I have gained 50 lbs in the past 2 years. I’m currently off it and have lost 5 lbs this week. I was just bored and looking around the web to see what kind of weight loss things were available.

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    inpain

    I would just like to add that the Maltodextrin is used to treat wounds so how can that help you if you are not supposed to eating that also silica is used as a preservative used to keep things fresh and its always labeled do not eat.

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  • 359
    Geraldine Miller

    I lost 14 pounds on 1 and 2. When I got to 3 nothing happened Just stayed at 14 lbs for about 2 weeks. Am I doing something wrong. I eat probably less than before

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  • 360
    Mark Haley

    I had a brain tumor many years ago and it left me with seizures. I only have them once or twice a week and they are the most petite mall seizures one can get. Can you send me the info or what’s in it so I can take it to my doctor and find out if I’m okay to use it. Thank you, Mark Haley

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  • 361
    Lynette

    Tried Sensa for a week…began getting horrible stomache pain, nausea, diarrea… I was looking to see if anyone else head similar side effects.

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    Anonymous

    The ingredient list contains carmine, which is made from carminic acid. They get this by boiling down insects. MANY people are allergic to the carmine, which is often used as a coloring. People who are experiencing symptoms or side effects are most likely reacting to this ingredient.

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    leslie

    I did not have any stomach pain but the inside of my mouth had a terrible rash and did not loose any weight also had extreme thirst!!would not advise anyone to try this product..

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    Linda

    I too have been using Sensa since last Tue. On Friday night I started with the stomach cramps. By Sunday night I was in servere pain. Missed work todat and went to my GYN thought I was having femail problems. After some test they found and told me to see my primary care doctor. My stomach is tender to the touch and ache constantly. I am returning it.

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    Karen

    I found Sensa to work….but after using it for a few eeks…I had such burning in my bottom…I could barely sleep……I’m sending it back.

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  • 362
    Marga

    I am midway through Month 2…and while I haven’t weighed myself (unable to face the number) I am able to wear ALL my pants now…not just the biggest pairs. I have been using it on a lot of Lean Cuisines and WW meals. If I use the Sensa the entrees are enough. If I don’t I am always looking for more food…so in that regard I find them to work. Recently I forgot my ‘tastants’ for a day and I found myself VERY hungry..so while I think they have an affect..once I don’t use them I am afraid I will be back to my old eating habits.

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    Rhonda

    Thanks for your input on this product. I was ready to order this but if I have to be on it the rest of my life it’s not worth it.
    I just really need to get up and walk it off.
    Thanks

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    Anonymous

    How much does it cost per month for the plan?

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    sandi nylander

    I just ordered 6 month supply and it cost me 199.00. I was told that if it doesnt work after 30 days I can return it and get a full refund. I am hoping for the best results.

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    vonda

    sounds like me but keep working on it and you will get to your goal just remember that it took a while to get the eating habits will take awhile to break

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    Dorsey

    To Everyone writing in, I am so desperant to lose weight-I am on my 1st Month of of Sensa started 10-4-2010. I go to the gym 3x a wk an I joined Weight Watchers Sept. 23,2010. at Nighttime after dinner i am not feeling i need a snack as often as i used too..I have only lose one pound..I have a Hyperthyroid problem and i am on med’d for slowing the thyroid down…But i am doing the best i can and not gona let losing only one pd this month get me down. Because if i do, i will gain that one pd. back and many more. I just have to Try harder i guessI will start my Sensa Month 2 Nov.2010–and see what happens..I also buy Lean Cuisine and add side Veggies…like cukes, tomatoes, baby carrots. If this does not work this month.I will do Atkins for 1 week that will give me the jump start I need.

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    gentil

    maketheshiftnow.com
    there is no easy fix, no magic bullet…I know. poster child for all “quick fixes.” lost 50 lbs last year.still off, and you know why??? I “shifted” my mind set and relationship to food. stop fooling yourself and feeding the coffers of these snake oil salespeople. I would say “good luck” but LUCK has nothing to do with it. nor will power or any other b.s., its a matter of knowledge of the truth= calories in, calories out. period. went from 185 to 132 in about 5 month’s, effortless.

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    Anonymous

    send the sensa back..and do a modified atkins..lower the fat
    and if you work out do interval.. work out low speed that high burst..of speed..you can do less work outs with this.do to the body burning fat 2 hours after..

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    Kim

    I agree send Sensa back I have a suggestion I Lost 45 Lbs in 7 weeks i was very strick with this all i did was cut out my dairy only used FRESH veggies nothing with added salt at all NO BREAD be careful with tomatoes they are high in nat.sugar Grapes are very high in sugar . in the morning you can have reg oatmeal mash up 1/2 bananna in it it is so good. and use only the Mrs Dash seasnings with NO Salt they are awesome . youll be surprised how much weigh youll loose and be sure to eat 5 small meals a day if you can eat breast meat chicken its much leaner if you can stick to this for 7 weeks youll see a big change if your hungry snack on lettuce be careful how many carrots they too are high in sugar. but much better than a candy bar or fruit is very good and vegies good luck to you feel free to email me and be sure to walk 15 min every day that will help melt the unwanted fat …

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    Toni

    Careful Careful Careful you are on way too many weight loss plans! FYI I did Atkins and lost a ton of hair.

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    Penny

    Try the Paleo diet, it worked for me and I have thyroid disease. Sensa didn’t work for me at all and was a big waste of time and money.

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    Dottie

    Dorsey, after 40 years of trying every diet plan out there I finally found the problem. I dropped all gluten from my diet and have lost 35 lbs in about 6 months. Found that if I also stopped eating anything with corn in it, the weight came off faster. I’m not worried about how fast I’m losing, I just thankful it’s coming off and staying off. Best of luck and don’t give up. You might also want to check into Dr. Shoemaker’s “no amylose” diet. It’s also a winner!!

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    Lorrie B.T

    Hi Dorsey,
    One thing I do know, All the frozen lean or low cal frozen dinners and such are for the most part laden with sodium. That in turn holds water witch keeps the numbers on the scale from changing as much as you expect or want. I would think you need to drink a lot more water to wash out all the sodium to get an accurate reading. Maybe cut back on all the frozen pre-made dinners and start preparing fresh at home and use the frozen once in a while for a change of pace.

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    Faye Johnson

    A study has shown that frozen fruits and veggies are your best buy if having to get to the store for fresh doesn’t work for you. Even the ones with higher sugar help because of the natural fiber. I have friends who hate water and I turned them on to Powerade Zero, which has changed my life. It also contains electrolytes critical to brain function. As for snacks, I carry almonds and walnuts in the little snack size ziplocks. I eat a fiber rich cereal that is rich in protein, and eat an egg about 3 times a week, and eat avocados and black beans for lunch some days for good fat and fiber. A diet high in proteins, natural fibers and vitamins with some whole grains is so easy. I make a great low carb salmon patty recipe at least once a week and get plenty of omega 3 there, plus supplement. One of the biggest help was taking lots more vitamin D and a liquid B Complex. I lost my youngest son in 2004, do I still grieve? Absolutely yes…but I immerse myself in life and giving of myself to others….do this and not only will you have less time to grieve, you will be living for both of you. Lastly, to those checking spelling, grammar and typing. If that is all you have to do, weight loss is by far the least of your problems. Get a real life, do something really worthwhile.

    Allensat

    It’s best for your body if you stick with one weightloss plan for a few months. Drink lots of water, exercise (i.e., walk), and don’t eat after 8 pm. NOW IF I COULD JUST DO THE THINGS I’VE TOLD YOU TO DO!!

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  • 363
    vickie gabbard

    Can it be used w/high blood pressure medicines?

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    Scott N TX

    you are gonna ask a question like that on here? anyone can say anything. Go ask your doctor. Use your head!

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    Kathy

    I had my doctor look at Sensa and she told me not to use it. She said my bowls would get into an uproar and I would probably get an attack of diverticulitis.

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    Dave

    What would your “bowls” have to do with your body?
    Is it because you’re eating less off your bowls?
    What about your plates?
    Forks and spoons?
    (^_^)

    pat

    amen, so things are no brainers. Ask your doc.

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    hope

    Dave, I am sure you know what Kathy meant. Do you always go out of your way to point out peoples mistakes and try to make them look foolish. It really kind of makes you seem like a ass. Did I spell that body part correctly?

    anonymous

    thanks hope,…that made me LOL.

  • 364
    Maya

    I just started Sensa this week. It does give me a feeling of fullness pretty quickly. I’ve been eating half the portions I’m used to. Like other users I have experienced a slight headache on occasion as well as some stomach upset – not cramps or pain…just that uncomfortable feeling you get when you eat too much. I like it so far. I eat pretty well and exercise on a regular basis so I just wanted a little boost which Sensa is doing. I’m 125lbs on a 5’3″ frame and my goal is 110lbs. Never been on a diet program. I’ve gained some weight in the last couple of years from age I guess. We’ll see how it goes.

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  • 365
    Giselle

    Reading through all your comments, I’m still undecided. I have tried different pills & supplements: Xenical, Apidexin, Garcinia, Ally to see what really works. None of these really helped me… just wasting my money.

    I started 155 lbs on June 2009 – I went on a healthy approach. I lessen sugar intake (just once a week), I lessen caloric intake to 1300 per day, drink lotsa water (no more soda!) and do some exercise at least 3x a week, first I bought CRUNCH workout dvds and do all the routines which are very good esp pilates. If you are familiar with Crunch, these are not heavy lifting, just light workout but it gives you a good feeling in the end because you know you have done it and every little bit helps. By August, I was down to 130 lbs. I change my workout to much challenging dvds like Jari Love Get ripped. This month, I weighed myself and I’m at 125 lbs. I still want to lose 10 more pounds… I’m intrigued with this one because it’s approach is kind of different in a way. Hmmm….

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    Lana

    Congratulations on your weight loss and thanks for the tip on workout DVD’s (Jani Love and CRUNCH) I think I may still have a couple of my CRUNCH VHS’s around.

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  • 366
    Grace

    I bought sensa 2 weeks ago and lost 3 lbs in the first 4 days, now im not losing, starting to get headaches.

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  • 367
    Stella

    I have had a rash on my abdomen since starting Sensa 2 weeks ago. This is how I react to penicillens. It seems to be effective for weight loss, so I’ll probably try to live with the rash for a while.

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    Mary

    Please be very careful. This could be a sign of allergic reaction. You build up a level in your blood, and you could have a sudden severe reaction, even anaphylactic shock.

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  • 368
    Once again, disappointment!

    I have been on a diet my whole adult life! No really, my whole life! I’m probably feeling just as desperate as any of you.

    It seems to me that if any company actually developed a weight loss product that was at any level effective, they would hardly be able to process all the orders from people that really wanted their product. The fact that Sensa needs to employ a marketing scheme to sell their product speaks volumes about their own knowledge of what it takes to sell their product.

    Let’s be honest, if any of us found something that really worked, “the magic pill,” there would be no returns, not requests for refunds, nothing but millions of dollars of orders and reorders.

    So, as much as I love the idea of this product, (it does approach the issue of over eating from a very different angle,) and am desperate to find a solution, this feels way to “salesish” to be a real solution!

    Once again, disappointment!

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    Anonymous

    Diet is the term for how we eat not a weight reduction plan. Change your diet- change your life. If your body is rebelling (which men don’t ususally understand) then yes, use an aide to weightloss. But let’s redefine how we use the word “DIET”. It’s a shame they took Home Ech. out of the schools. Look at the difference between the generations who had it…..

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  • 369
    Robert

    I haven’t tried sensa, but I am on weightwatchers online for men. I have lost 45 pds that way, like the recipes, online diary, journal of foods eaten, weight loss chart, that seems like a more logical way to lose weight for me.

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  • 370
    Lov'n Sensa

    talk to your doctor before trying anything. My doctor thought it was a good idea and have been floored with how much Ive succeed with Sensa. I was already loosing but Id gain so much. Sensa helps me not eat outside of normal times. Its just simply a simple aide. Just remember to sprinkle it before eatting. lol

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  • 371
    Lov'n Sensa

    I’ve been on Sensa for 3mos and it has help’d me with my weight loss. It’s not a weightloss “miracle” its simply a weightloss “aide”. You must get up and exercise, be mindful of what you’re eatting and be determined to “live” healthy by actually living.

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    Anonymous

    I have also been on sense for about 2 1/2 months and haven’t lost a pound. But did have stomach pain and severe constipation. I had to stop it and the bad part of it is that I bought d six month kit. I would like to get my money back. But they only give a 30 day money back. So don’t know what to do.

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    amber

    Try selling it on eBay.

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    Christine

    You can also lose weight that without sprinkling your food with a supposed “miracle” powder. I’m on Weight Watchers myself and have lost 20 pounds in 3.5 months and am still losing.

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  • 372
    scott

    Their free kit cost 9 bucks to ship. Then after 30 days they charge 98.00 because you used it and there was nothing to return except empty packages. The product did not work for me.
    Scam all the way.

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  • 373
    Naomi Martinez

    I like to take sensa but I’m taken lyrica 300mg and I take
    sertraline 100mg I like to know if sensa is safe to take when I’m taken this medication?

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  • 374
    irena

    is it save to take sensa with type2 diabetes?

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  • 375
    laurie

    I truely believe there is no “miracle” diet plan. Once we get to our goal, we gain it back because we haven’t learn the basics to maintain. I have recently started doing a more robust step class at the gym 3 days a week(not eating any different although I watched it somewhat). I lose 3lbs in 2 days. I’m hoping to have dropped another 5lbs by the end of the week. It’s exercise and sweating. Don’t have to do it everyday, but when you do, make sure you sweat. I wasn’t before even though I was burning my usual 300 calories a day. I found I could cut back exercising to just 3 days a week instead of 5 by just working harder during the hour I was there. Just remember, you get two benefits from exercising… losing the weight and stretching/toning your muscles… you’ll feel younger! :) Good luck!

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    Abdullatif musleh

    VERY TRUE!!! There is no miracle diet plan.
    Exercising makes a lot of sense and everything you mentioned is very logical.
    I will start my exercise plan tomorrow, one hour a day, three time a week.

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    glo

    Thank you for posting this. I am at the end of my pregnancy and cant wait to start losing weight. Sensa seemed alright but reading your post just jolted my brain into remembering there is no cure, besides having enough motivation and dedication to yourself to put your body through a little discomfort to FEEL and LOOK the way you want. And that is FREE!!

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    Wendi

    Nurse your baby soley for 6 months..no supplemental formula..just breast milk. It is great for the baby and the pounds will melt off!

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    L

    I gained 50 lbs with both of my babies/pregnancies – the weight will come off – and the BEST way to get it off is to breastfeed that baby! And get moderate exercise – taking walks with the baby is great. I lost 65 lbs in 6 months after 1st baby – just from nursing and walking (remember I gained 50). Good luck – health first!

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    Karen

    Glo- What the others are writing is correct as far as nursing your baby. I gained 69 & 76 pounds with my 2 boys. Nearly all of it was water weight. I had started nursing immediately and for 1st 4 months, the next 2/3 months I’d nurse & pump (I had to get back to work). By the 9th month after the boys, I was down to a smaller size than before I was pregnant. Nursing is the way to go, then willpower & self discipline! Good Luck!

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    robert

    My wife lost 50 pounds from nothing more than breast feeding (she pumped and we bottle fed)for 4 months. she lost close to 20 pounds the first month alone. I read somewhere that breastfeeding can burn as much as 600 calories a day.

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    keasha

    You are correct it takes more calories to breastfeed than to be pregnant..almost twice as much!

    Steve

    Laurie,

    Sounds like the majority of what you’re losing is “Water Weight”. Most overweight people, especially Women, are filled with excess water which is easy to
    Sweat Off”, but unfortunately isn’t REAL Weight loss!

    Exercise is great, but to REALLY lose Body Fat (Not water), it requires cutting about 120 or more calories per day to lose ONE pound in a month, or 500 per day to lose a POUND A WEEK.

    Losing 1 1/2 Pounds per day isn’t really sustainable, or healthy!

    Steve

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    Sarah

    69 pounds is not sweating off excess water steve… I dropped 40 pounds because of nursing my baby and starting at 155. That’s a 25% drop and not pure water! There is water loss involved obviously, but in order to lose 25% of my weight in water I would have to be either a human water balloon or dead from dehydration…

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    Ellen

    You are so right… You really made me think. That is the right way to lose weight and we all know that deep down we all just get to rapped up in looking for a quick fix. We have only one body and we might not like the way it looks but we should take the time and do it the healthy way.. I know I’ve been so bad about that and I thank you for helping me remember we all need to just MOVE get are body going in a health way. We’ll be glad we took the time for US…

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    Anonymous

    i have seen many people do quick fix diets, and they are only temporary, 1 pd a week is healthy and smart, low calorie diet, and excerise, sensa is not even fda approved, people are advertisting stuff that is not even approvedd through the government, what is this world coming to, what happen to being healthy and keeping our kids healthy, i remember when 150 was big, wow years have changed, our identity comes through the media, how sad, just love you for who you are and eat healthy,

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    Anonymous

    Sorry to say, but to me, it doesn’t really matter what the government approves when it comes to drugs. They approve all sorts of meds that later are proven to even kill people. It is all a money making industry for the government and many times they refuse to approve things that DO work and ARE safe simply because they won’t be able to make enough of a profit. THAT is what is sad. True, I would like to see more tests done to see long term effects from this drug, but simply because the government hasn’t given it a golden star & smiley face approval, doesn’t mean that the world should end.

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    linda

    i completely agree w/everything that you said except for the government approved part. i just want to say that i dont believe everything on the market that the FDA approves is “good for us.” Lots of products are harmful(antibiotics in meat,lead in toys,food coloring&trans fats,the list goes on&on,)yet FDA approved.

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    jan

    Your right, diet and exercise is the best way to lose weight and stay healthy. But most people do need a jump start. Also do you really think that FDA products are safer, think again

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    Notthisgal

    Being approved by the FDA means NOTHING! How many lawsuits have been filed just in the last two years regarding death and injury involving FDA so called approved products. The FDA is a government agency which uses so called experts in “the field” to make their decisions on what to approve and disprove. Research is last on their list of important issues. Money controls the FDA, your health care, and just about everything else. No magic pill just hard work, staying informed and learning to make good choices.

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    Steve

    It doesn’t have to be FDA approved. As a food product, FDA approval is not required for SENSA. All of the SENSA ingredients are on the FDA designation list of GRAS – Generally Recognized as Safe.

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    Lori

    I was just going to try Sensa and am so glad I read all of this. A short cut always sounds good, doesn’t it. One thing I have done that works, but takes some work, is to eliminated sugar and flour. These two are inflammatory foods and craving causing foods. At the grocery store don’t buy any prepared food with sugar as an ingredient unless it is 5th or more down the ingredient list. Limit butter, use more olive oil than butter. After reading your comments, I am going back to eating this way. My joints don’t hurt when I eat this way and I loose weight if I keep the intake to 1500 calories per day. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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    Sindy.

    I also want to thank you for posting this and to thank this site for existing. I have started to read real people comments on here, and it really makes a huge differnce to listening to those fake actors/actresses in commercials.
    I have just this second tossed out a bottle of Dexatrim Max, i only had it for 2 weeks, but it just made me feel sick. I have been going to the Gym every lunch time during work days. I feel better all around for it and I now think, I will lose the 20lbs i have gained in the last year, if i am consistant with exercise, and watch what i put in my mouth. I did try Acai last year and did loose weight (without exercise.
    but it all came back, so this time im just going to do Exercise and work it into my lifestyle, I know the process will take a long time but you dont get fatter over night and by the same token you dont loose it that way either.

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    Chloe

    After years of dieting, I am now paying the price. I am no longer able to lose weight as easily as I used to. The problem is, once you reach your target weight and you no longer use the diet products, your body goes back to what it was like before you started taking whatever product(s) you used to help you lose the weight. Diet products are NOT meant to be taken for a lifetime. Sensible eating and exercise, exercise, exercise are the only long term solutions to keeping a healthy weight. I hope you learn from my 60 years of experience!!

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  • 376
    Anonymous

    Your comment is most helpful. Thank you for sharing your experience

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  • 377
    Vegas

    today is my 1st day trying it.. cant tell you much.. but i hope to get results!!

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    HeatherPA

    Let me know how it goes. I just ordered it online and already I am second guessing it.

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    RobPA

    Same comment as Heather’s. I wish I had read these posts before I had gone through the phone pitch.

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  • 378
    Ken N

    how many people posting on this comment fourm are still using
    SenSa, today

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  • 379
    dawn

    thank you for that, Rich! I did the same thing, I REALLY wanted to try this product!! But, because they will accept no other payment than a credit card, then it is NOT for me!! (don’t have one) Reading what some other folks have written here have made me realize that the only way you are truly going to get healthy and lose weight is by your OWN efforts of cutting back, eating healthier and exercising! Nothing is a miracle and you have to want it to achieve it! ho-hum, back to the drawing board.

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  • 380
    Laura

    I have been using Sensa for 5 months now and I have lost some weight, but I don’t attribute it to the Sensa, but to the fact that I have been going to the gym 5 days a week. Sensa does not reduce my appetite while I’m eating, but what it does for me is gives me a feeling of fullness AFTER eating, so I’m not so hungry between meals. The sweet tastants definitely have a sweet scent and a flavor, but I’m not so sure it’s worth the price. I have been monitoring what I eat, avoiding processed foods and filling up on fiber rich whole grains, fruits and veggies. Since I do that anyway and have now that I’ve changed my diet, I’m not so sure the product is doing anything at all. I’m probably feeling full on the fiber rich foods I’m eating. This can be done without wasting money on Sensa, but buying quality foods and avoiding what’s bad for us….we all know the drill.

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    amanda

    thats really smart have you tried getting food from wild tree they are all natural and very yummy.

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  • 381
    Leon

    Thakns for the info. I’ll stay away of this product!

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  • 382
    Deborah Brown

    tried to submit a question? Are there any reporst of sensativity to the sensa product? Any allergic react-tiions?

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    T Chism

    I have sensa and I only read that it has soy AND milk in it. Maybe the milk is what’s not working for you. Not sure about the rash thing.

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  • 383
    Deborah Brown

    I seem to have had a toxic reaction and developed a rash that has lated over 2+ weeks. I have stayed off sensa sence then to see if may be that or something else I may have been exposed to or eaten. So far the only conclusion it that it may be sensa. Are there any reports of allergic reactions. Is it beacuse there is milk in your product. I am Lactose intollerant and may even be allergic to dairy. I do not eat dairy I use soy or rice instead. Have there been any other reports of senativity from other users? Dose this make your body more acidic? Im also allergic to citric foods (oranges, lemons, tomatoes, eggplant, etc)?

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  • 384
    Rosie

    I agree with everything that Kathy had to say about sensa,It work just like she said it did,I had stop using it,because I couldn’t remerber to sprinkle it on everything, and when it was time for the next month I still had almost a half box left, but reading your comment motivated me to try it again.

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  • 385
    Linda

    Use the Full Bar instead. Give you the same full feeling, so you don’t overeat, no IBS problems,no interactions with them medications you are one, and you can find them in the grocery stores for an average of 3 for $5

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    Mema

    Even better…drink a glass of water and eat an apple before each meal!! You’ll be surprised how much less you’ll eat and full you’ll feel.

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    Ken N

    the facts, most people will not change their diet, the company . for this product is only talking about weight loss let’s not get that confused, with proper nutrition

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    yvonne

    Mema,

    Thank you for the awesome idea. lol.

    Additionally, you add lots of low calorie fiber to your diet by doing this.

    :)

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    Vicci

    Mema’s suggestion is the best alternative to trying a new product such as Sensa that seems to have a marketing problem and frankly sounds a bit shady to me. A glass of water to start the ‘full’ feeling and the 100 calorie apple to give you some healthly bulk before imbiblng in foods which may not be as healthy should go far in helping to eat and ‘diet’ sensibly and yet not feel deprived. AND the benifit of a truly ‘natural’ weight loss aid :-) )Thanks Mema

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    Sam

    Linda,
    Of course the full bar makes you full because it has over a hundred calories in it to begin with and sugar and all kinds of other things. I could think of alot more things to eat that taste a whole lot better than the full bar and get the same results. Right on with the water and apple before a meal. Also, just try and eat all your veggies and fruits before you move on to your meats and breads and startches and it will help you eat less of those also.

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  • 386
    Renae

    One way to try Sensa without risking your credit card is to buy it from Ebay. I looked and there are lots of auctions running about $30-$60 for the starter kit. Its not a free trial but at least you don’t risk being charged over and over.

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    Katie

    You can also buy it at GNC I have a friend that is using sensa and she has been very successful with it. You do have to use it on everything you eat and cannot drink a lot of calories.

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  • 387
    Christine

    Beware when using your credit card with these co. if you are dissatisfied your are screwed,,,

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    Lynette

    ABSOLUTELY..TRUST ME.. ANOTHER FLY BY NIGHT I THINK

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  • 388
    Jamila

    I would recommend that anyone that has trouble losing weight go on a 1200 calorie daily diet with activity not necessarily exercise. If you go to calorie counter .com you can put everything you eat in and they will tell you how many calories it is. It is amazing how quickly 1200 calories adds up. You feel like you haven’t eaten anything and little do you know that your already at 1800 calories by evening and you still want a snack! I know how you all feel but this is the only way to loose. Vegetables are very low in caloies but will fill you up! Good luck.

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    susanc

    I recently joined caloriecount.com… I find it most helpful. I can see exactly how many calories I am actually eating

    I truly believe in calories in…calories out

    Good luck everyone, but IMO sensa looks like just another gimmick

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  • 389
    rosemary manzur

    i want to return the product i just think sensa is not for me can you please tell me where to return the product

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  • 390
    kiss.kourtney

    They are full of it it’s a scam
    RUN!!!!!! I have been dealing with them for 2 months helping my sister get her refund I on the other hand was lucky I have a a Visa they can’t touch so I got what I signed up for FREE!!!!!

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    La cigüeña

    Did the product work for you? What kind of Visa did you use? How does your Visa stop them from charging you again?

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  • 391
    Kathie

    I was about to place the order, but decided to check online reviews first, as I didn’t like that their order form didn’t say anything about being able to stop the automatic shipments when you had met your goal weight. I mean, I don’t mind paying around $50 per month for something that would work (heck, I was paying almost $300 mo. for NutriSystem and it worked for awhile until I just couldn’t lose the last 10 pounds and got frustrated). Went off and gained almost all back in 4-5 months.

    I just wanted something that would work and didn’t have harmful caffeine or other stimulants. I appreciate the review, because it helped me decide not to purchase it. I too plan to exercise, but I just don’t seem to have the heart to “diet” anymore. I’ve been doing it since my teen years and I’ve lost the drive to even try.

    I wish I knew about one that really worked, was easy to follow, didn’t have bad side effects. I only have a total of 40 pounds to lose off of my 5′ frame. I’d even be happy with 30… anyone with personal successes, please respond.

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    JJ

    I’ve found that yoga and/or pilates work best for me, I believe because it focuses on the mind as well as body. Exercises that just focus on the body don’t have any effects on me.

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    KP

    Don’t give up on the eating habits. The reason why diets don’t work is because you are normaly completly depriving yourself of something and also they come to an end. you have to commit to having a healthier lifestyle altogether and making healthier choices. I use dietfacts.com before going out to eat anywhere to pre-determine the calories and fat in any resteraunts menue (youd be surprised how unhealthy most places salad dishes are!). I also agree with the previous post about yoga – i prefer Bikrams yoga which is an intense yoga done in a hot room…. burns up to 1000+ calories a class! :)

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    Jenn

    I bought the “Eat This Not That” app on my iPod touch. Its REALLY helpful. Restaurants are given a grade A-F and has most menu options with nutritional info. Its been a great way to find the best options while eating out. The app also has a calorie tracker per day. Nice n helpful.

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    annie

    Hi — I too have been dieting for years. I recently started the Medi Weight Loss program. I really like it! It is real food! I also tried Nutri-system a while back. It worked, but I got so sick of the fake food — and the heartburn that came with it. Anyway, I have been on this diet for about 4 weeks and have lost 15 pounds. I really feel satisfied and I don’t have to avoid restaurants.

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    Emily

    Solo Slim works!

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    Lindsay

    Emily, if you don’t mind my asking, how much weight did you lose? And how overweight were you before trying solo slim?

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    Niski

    what about just trying weight watchers, its been around since forever and does anyone have any expierence with them??

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    hope

    Weight watchers is amazing. I have been on it since 2000 and have never gone back to my original. It works because it is the way you should always eat. So when you get to goal, you know exactly how to continue to eat. It is motivating to stay in your weight range once you get there, because then you get to go for free. I go every month to stay current so I never have to pay the fees again. To me the meetings are kind of therapeutic.

    Maureen

    Weight Watchers- it is all about eating the healthy foods and keeping active.

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    Cheryl R

    Zumba is the BEST exrcise program bar none! It’s exercise in diguise! “Ditch the workout, join the party!” I have lost 130 pounds. It is amazing for the body the mind because it is so much fun! By the end of the hour class you are sopping wet with sweat & feel amazing! ZUMBA.COM will explain it & point you to a class in your area! You will be anxious to get to the next class & burn 500-1000 calories a hour!

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  • 392
    Rich

    I had a funny feeling about this product so I emailed them and said that I did not have a credit card but I would like to try there free trial and if they could send me something so I could pay by check. Thank you for contacting Sensa.

    At this time, our products are only available online using a Debit or Credit Card as payment. We do plan to accept eChecks in the near future. Please feel free to check back for any updates.

    All they want is your credit card number once you give them that your done!!!!!

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    Ken N

    I set up multiple debit card accounts for such occasions
    just like this, I think Wal-Mart has it cheapest, only put exactly,the amount of money
    and maybe a couple bucks more.
    use that court specifically
    for these kinds of transactions.

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    Grma8

    Great tip, Ken. My banker recommended that I do the same thing, which I did. Just remember that there should be no overdraft protection on your “online” card, or the bank will continue to approve transactions.

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  • 393
    Jim

    I tried to cancel my “free “two month offer, but the service dept. told me the product was shipped anyway. The following morning, I received a call from Sensa, trying to sell me a restaurant card (which would also be billed monthly to my credit card. I smell scam all over the place.

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    catlady

    don’t order the acaia diet things either—it’s the same type scam and they also claim that they can’t find your original order and therefore can’t cancel it.

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    Jen

    The resaurant card is not something being sold by Sensa, it is being sold by the company that is taking the calls for the orders for Sensa. I used to work for one of those companies, so that’s how I know.

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  • 394
    Desiree

    I just ordered Sensa online on the 7th. They offered a 2 month starter kit and SENSA Weight-loss Program (Soft Cover Book) and all I had to pay was $8.90 shipping and handling. I JUST realized it says on my order “If for any reason during the 30-day trial period you are dissatisfied with your Sensa 2-Month Starter Kit, simply log into your account at trysensa.com to cancel. You will need to generate a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number and return your products.” So…they give you a 2 month starter kit for free but only a month to try it? Weird.

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    Tchr4vr

    No – the trial is NOT free. YOu will receive 2 mos. on the first shipment. You can decide within the first 30 days (which begin when you call the day you received the shipment). If you are satisfied within that 30 days, your account will be charged the introductory $89.95. If you are dissatisfied, call and request the RMA to return the 2nd month. Call and record the representative’s explanation.

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    Alexandria

    Moderator: You are charged $89 if you decide to stop the trial after the first month — i.e., after the 30-day period.

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    Hoku

    Thank you for all the comments. I will be less hasty to order Sensa and see other comments before doing anything.

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    Nana

    I, too, tried Sensa…with no results. And they keep sending the stuff every 3 months. Does anyone know how to return this and get a refund???

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    heather

    all you have to do is call them and let them know that you want to return the stuff and then they should give you a number to put on the box that you plan on returning it to them.

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    Stef

    I work for the postal service, if a company keeps sending pkgs., (through the mail) do not open them or the invoice envelope attached, write REFUSED on the pkg. and drop it in a mail box. These companies will be charged the return postage and will soon stop sending stuff. If it has a “delivery confirmation” # on it, write it down and you can confirm they received the “refused” pkg. at http://www.usps.com.

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    laurie

    Stef, I did this once with a trial deal (wrote REFUSED on the pkg. & didn’t open it). They continued to leave the charge on my acct. until they received the package back. They said that could take weeks or months and if it gets lost I would be held accountable. Is that true?

    jim

    Thank you Stef, I to work for USPS and tell people all the time not to open the packages. Problem is is that so many people open them to see what they already know is inside, just an impulse reaction.

    Sandy

    I received my Sensa,couldn’t use immediately,told them, paid $89.95 and refused anymore. They removed second charge and I have yet to try product. Call866-514-2554.Good Luck!

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    Jasonxt

    Always use AMEX. They will help you. Just dispute charges and answer about three questions and they will simply stop paying them and accepting
    charges. AMEX is worth every penny.

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    Editor

    Hi Shawn, we have updated our review. Thanks for the tip! However, we could not discover how much customers are charged if they keep their 30-day trial. It just says “a discounted rate” in the terms & conditions.

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    Anonymous

    I was snared into a similar scam…an offer of “free” teeth whitening stuff. it used the exact same scheme and I was foolish enough not to read the terms carefully. I called and complained and they agreed to refund half of the $89 they had charged to my credit cared. I do not think a reputable business with an effective product would use this method, so I believe Sensa is the same kind of scam and will not try it.

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    trinda

    Anonymous: On the teeth whitening,if it is the same as the one I ordered,they give you 8 day trial then bill you,well, let me tell ya, they billed me in 5 days, had tried to cancel from the 1st day ordering(read terms after)and had no record of my number,was not able to cancel,it was a BIG scam, had to get my bank involved,did dispute charge,so people DO NOT ORDER THE TEETH WHITENING, A BIG SCAM!!!

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    harryfan

    i orderd some diet pills one time and it waslike 4.95 for shipping, and then you had a 30 day trial.but before my trial was up they sent the other shipment, and charged my card. so i had a hard time getting my money back. my husband got involved and got my bank invovled. finally we got my money back. thats why i wont even do the sensatry it thingy. ive been on the fence about getting the sensa. i’d like to try it just to see what it will do for me. i mean i have tried alot of other things and none it worked, so i mean sensa probably wont work for me either,but i d like to try it and see. ive looked on ebay i cant find a good price. i hate to waste my money. i am on a diet and excersice routine already. i just need something to Kick start it back up again.

    Tom

    yes it is a scam, I returned the product but not in the 30 day period and they refused to refund.

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    Alli

    well yeah, it SAYS they only refund within the 30 days…

    Crystal

    If you read the conditions, it says you bill be billed 89.95 every 2 months.

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    America1st

    Crystal made it Crystal clear!

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    Shawn Schneider

    You state that “There is no offer of a free trial period of Sensa”; this comment is false. Sensa has a 30 – day money back guarantee.

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    April

    I just started on Sensa with a free two month supply from an online offer. You do have to be careful when ordering. I have a virtual credit card so it cannot be billed further. My first dose resulted in a very unusual sensation in my sinuses and inside my head. I take Cymbalta and it has the affect of taking away my sensation of fullness. The Sensa seems to have somehow restored that sensation. I was as doubtful as anyone about this product, especially reading the ingredients, but it does have an effect on me. After taking Cymbalta for many years, I am 100 lb overweight. I started it for depression and then found that I needed it for severe back pain. The weight gain has been horrible with Cymbalta, but now adding Sensa, I may be able to control the over-eating. Two months should give me enough time to evaluate whether Sensa really helps me to eat less and lose weight. So far, so good.

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    Renae

    Good luck to April!

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    Mary

    April, how is Sensa helping you? I too take Cymbalta and have gain a lot of weight. I take if for panic attacks. Did Sensa interact okay with your Cymbalta? I sort of had a mini panic attack taking the Sensa I think because I was nervous about it. I don’t guess it interfers with Cymbalta negatively. Let me know how you are doing. Thanks.

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    Miriam

    Mary,
    Always check with your pharmacist or doctor for interactions. How it may affect someone perhaps will not be the same for you. Be careful. Life is short enough.

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    Dara

    I am so glad that I found this link! April, I too have been on Cymbalta, now for 4 years for panic attacks, and I am just now understanding that my weight gain (40 and going) could be related to this sense of never feeling full. It has caused me to feel like I need to eat until my stomach is bulging. It’s crazy. Tomorrow I am going to get my thyroid tested as well as other things, blood sugar, etc. I love my cymbalta though and having no more panic attacks has changed my life. I eat very healthy and exercise daily, and I cannot for the life of me even lose 5 pounds. I am thinking about sensa because it may help with the potion control. Please let us know of your journey and experiences and I wish you the best!

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    Les

    Your comments are very useful. I almost tried the product, but I think I’d benefit more sticking with exercising and eating healthier foods.

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    cathie garner

    can yo sprinlke on your food when you pack for lunch instead of when you are ready to eat?

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    Vegas

    You should sprinkle it right before you are actually going to eat it….

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    Palma

    I TAKE LEXAPRO MDECATION FOR MY
    STRESSFUL LIFE
    DO YOU THINK SENSA AND THE ABOVE MEDICATION WILL CREATE PROBLEM FOR MY HEALTH?
    IS IT OK TO TAKE SENSA?
    PLEASE ADVISE AS SOON AS YOU CAN THANK YOU PALMA

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    Erica

    I have taken Lexapro for almost a year now and am almost done with my first 30 days of the Sensa free trial. I had the same reservations you do but after reading that all of the ingredients in Sensa are natural I figured it would be okay. As far as I can tell the Sensa has had no affect on my medication. That being said, don’t take my advise, ASK your doctor. :o )

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    Julie

    Do not assume that if something is “natural” it will not affect your medication. There are more natural chemicals than synthetic ones, and they can be just as potent and potentially dangerous. You need to call your doctor. Almost all illegal drugs come from natural sources, and they’re certainly not harmless!

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    kitty

    Good point, Julie. I was just thinking that arsenic and cyanide are natural, but that doesnt make them safe!

    Ellen

    I purchased Sensa in a weak moment desperate for help to loose weight. I never started it afraid of interactions w/ meds I am on for a number of ailments. Now like others have commented I am past the free trial date. Has anyone seen any warnings or issues with interactions w/ treatment meds?

    Maureen

    I’m on sensa and I take 3 different types of blood pressure meds and so far no interaction. I was afraid to start the product fearing some sort to adverse reaction but so far nothing thank God.

    Wendy

    I take seizure meds, high blood pressure meds, naproxin for pain and potassium and the Sensa caused me no problems whatsoever. If you have problems with smelling smells, this will not work for you as YOU MUST BE ABLE TO SMELL THE TASTANTS.
    They do not change the taste of your food at all. As I said before I have lost 6 pounds in 2 months. No other changes have I made.

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    Laura

    My husband and I both gain weight on Lexapro. I gained 35lbs and my husband gained 50lbs. Chamge if you can

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    Kris

    what did you switch to?

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    Britt

    I was on Lexapro and other antidepressants… ALL antidepressant are known to make you gain weight. With the exception of Welbutrin. When I got off of lexapro and onto welbutrin I lost 20 pounds in two months (I gained 30 in a yr on lexapro). My dr told me just to MAINTAIN your weight on lexapro and other antidepressants you have to exercise a minimum of an hour a day 7 days a week. I know every person is different but I did find many similar stories when researching…

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    Christine

    Thanks for your comment. I have been strugling with my weight since I started on Lexapro. Did you feel the same sense of wellbeing on Wellbutrin as you did on Lexapro? If the effects are the same I woudl consider switching.

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    Anonymous

    Beware of wellbutrin. The generic version causes allergic hives in a lot of people.

    Tracy

    The name brand Wellbutrin is DEFINITELY better but expensive

    Adri

    All have different side effects for different people. Welbutrin gave me insomnia…. everyone is diferent, and caused weight gain.

    Maria

    I’m currently taking Celexa and have had the most weight gain over the past year. Does anyone know if celexa would cause this weight gain as well? I was thinking of switching after reading some of these comments.

    Also, thanks for all of the comments I obviously was thinking of trying and glad I didnt. :)

    dee

    Did you find that while on the Lexapro, you never felt full, & could just keep on eating?

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    LAB

    I wasn’t sure which of my meds was causing the increase in my appetite, but it’s looking like Lexapro may be the culprit. I’m even on an appetite supressant and still feel hungry.

    Anonymous

    When I was on Lexapro, I gained a ton of weight. It don’t know that it was because I never felt full…..I think it was because I felt nothing at all. Eventually I even started losing the sensation to touch. I would rather be depressed than feel that way again.

    Ann

    Celexa could cause you to gain weight, if you dont exercise daily,eating more fiber, taking medication the same time is important.I am taking sensa, lose 7 pounds with diet and exercise..No late night eatingll

    cheryl

    Thanks for the insight to Sensa. Too bad…I was really surprised to learn that Lexapro causes weight gain! Dang it! I have a friend who is on Pristiq and she has had phenomenal success. She’s lost weight and it’s helped her to be active. Since I lost my husband, a few years ago, I’ve gotten worse and worse into depression. I’m trying to find some organization to help me pay for Pristiq. I need help. I lie on the couch most days because I just don’t want to do anything. I wasn’t ever this way before. This in-activity has cause serious weight-gain (330lbs now from 175). This site with the feed-back is wonderful. Thank you all for your comments. I was excited about Sensa, now, although disappointing, know better than to hang on to that hope! cheryl

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    Emily

    You can contact the makers of Pristiq for help paying for the drug. They pay for 1/2 the cost of mine.

    Leigha

    I am in the same predicament as you gaining a lot of weight. And I am an emotional binge eater to boot. As soon as I started Sensa that stopped. I don’t crave snacks either. When I binged, it was to make me fill full and fill that empty pit. Now when I feel full, my mind literally won’t let me eat b/c it knows I am full. For an obese person it is great- but for someone eating much lower calories a day I can see how it won’t work as well since they are smaller. Lost 12 pounds in 2 weeks.

    Lyndsay

    I am on Lexapro and have been for 2 years and I never gained weight on it.

    Anne

    Cheryl – I started on antidepressants after losing my husband in 2003 and am still on them. Had what I’d call a nervous breakdown 6 months after he died. Have been thru and still sometimes have the lying on the couch not wanting to do anything. It helped me to go to grief groups. I went to several in the course of about 3 years. It was very helpful to be able to talk about the pain of your loss. Most people just don’t get it if they haven’t been thru it. They think you should be able to snap out of it. Give yourself whatever time you need and don’t worry about what others may say. It is possible to grow into your new life. You don’t leave your old life behind. It goes on with you. I’ve remarried (a miracle in itself) and still get depressed but he’s very understanding because he lost his wife about 2 years before I lost my husband. Hang with people who understand and can support you. Much good fortune I wish to you!

    Anonymous

    I battled with depression throughout my life, and during my pregnancy with my 4th child it skyrocketed. My OBGYN prescribed omega 3′s (fish oil) 3 times a day…within 2 weeks I was me again! My cousin, sister, and son (who is 16 and is bi-polar and his psych. Suggested he try omegas because a study has proven they work AS WELL as Lithium in bi-polar adults). Also my friend could not handle the weight gain from Effexor, so she quit “cold turkey” (a big no-no). She started omegas immediately, and is actually so much more fun to be around! I now take omega 3-6-9 and feel even better. As far as weight loss, every person should see an endocrynologist. I did and found I was insulin resistant (big wake up call since I don’t eat sugary foods)so I cut out all processed foods. Just weighed yest and have lost 70 lbs since March!

    sue

    Cheryl, How are you doing now? Have you tried the groups as Anne suggested?
    This may sound crazy but I wrote earlier about Curves. It may help..I just started and find it easy and helpful, it is designed for only thirty minutes you use equipment for muscle toning and in between there are spaces to do other exercises which can be aerobic if you want like walking in place, some are arm exercises you can do what you want, you spend only a few minutes at a time at each station and go around 3 times for the 30 minutes. Then they have an area for stretching afterwards again you can do or not do these or some or all.
    Check for specials in your area. Here it is 1/2 price for the year which was $74.00 then 34.00 a month. Saw something on line through Sparkspeople.com for much less to start. I never liked the idea of paying to exercise and I try not to think of the cost per year! But I find I do go (about three times a week) and it’s fun other women my age and older of all sizes are there and I am feeling better.
    Hope you are feeling better.

    Linda

    Check with your pharmacy about prescription assistance program (PAP). Usualy they charge a $5 fee to help complete the form for you. You will likely have to have proof of your income. I work for a psych facility and welbutrin does help alot w/weightloss if you have gained on others. However it will just depend on if you can tolerate it or not.

    chrissy

    thank you! i was on lexapro and gained about 15 lbs. it totally shows because i’m petite. i’ve been off the meds for about 7months and am struggling to get the weight off. at least i do not feel alone!

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    Kathy

    I had been on Wellbutrin, then my son died, and dr. decided to put me on Lexapro plus the Wellbutrin. Well, this combo kept me sane, but I am 35 lbs heavier, which doesn’t help the depression. So I am currently weaning myself of the Lexapro, and actually feel more active now, so hoping for the best in the weight department. Glad to read all the comments about Sensa, because I was ready to dive into that, until I remembered the Acai “30 day trial” scam, which kept billing my credit card.

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    Connie

    Yikes- just the thought of having to excercise an hour a day 7 days a week is enough to be depressing in itself. My doctor told me that Wellbutrin didn’t cause weight gain, but that wasn’t my experience. The only thing that has worked for me is Adderall, which helps with both my mood and my ADD, and no weight gain.

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    Jamie

    Wellbutrin made me balloon! It was awful! I stopped taking it immediately and switched to something different. I recently went off all pills, including my birth control. I had hoped for weight loss but so far, no luck!

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    Richard

    Must you type in all capitals? It is considered yelling and also considered rude.

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    Danielle

    Are you kidding, Richard? ::whispering:: not all of us live our lives solely on the Internet, so we’re not aware of InternetLivingEtiquette, please try to forgive our ignorance?

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    Randi

    Sorry I have to agree with Richard. All caps is considered rude. But more importantly it’s difficult to read!

    Anonymous

    I agree with Danielle, not everyone knows to shut off the cap locks, it could have been an accident. I find it rude that with this topic you had to pick that to complain about.

    Human

    I agree with Danielle and Anonymous. We are only Human, not perfect like you seem to think you are. Get over yourself. Spelling and Grammar are not the real subjects here!

    Anonymous

    Seriiously Richard and Randi -Who made you the typing gods. If this is the best you have to complain about life must be pretty good!

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    onefreeborn

    All caps is indeed equivalent to yelling. That’s common knowledge, and most people will see it as such. Simple truth.

    Cassandra

    I agree with Anonymous. Quit judging form over substance. The person asked a reasonable question. Don’t get so wrapped up in “internet etiquette.” You can tell it wasn’t intended to be rude, can’t you?

    Anonymous

    ADD = Attention Deficient Syndrome

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    Denise

    To say that all caps is RUDE is ANAL real ANAL. GROW UP comments on here is good BUT when people like you comment messes up the ENTIRE flow

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    Anonymous

    Switch from lexapro to celexa. Its stronger and it ruins ur appetite

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    Anonymous

    Just weaned myself off Celexa because I gained over 65 pounds on it. It also made me not want to get up off the couch.

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    Anonymous

    Hi, to those of you on Lexapro & Celexa who weaned yourself off..did you find that you had a sort of short circuit in your head? Have been on Lexapro & rx ins changed me to Celexa generic..have been using half pill & skipping a day..but after 2 days or so, I get that feeling. Comments?

    Anonymous

    Um… This had to do with Sensa and its interactions with other meds. When did it become a typing course? If they don’t know you, I’m sure they weren’t yelling at you or much less being rude. It’s funny to think that someone was yelling the question. Okay, I’m done. Good luck, All, with the weight loss and depression issues. :) “Whatever the struggle, continue the climb. It may be only one step to the summit.”

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    Mike

    I just bought this product from gnc and took it last night and I am feeling so sick right now, it kept me up all night. I have been sneezing all night. I might be allergic to it….. will return today…… big waste of money

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    Jay

    jay
    my mom died, I was depressed, they put me on Lexipro, made me worse, didnt know my ass from my elbow!

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    Linda

    No weight loss at all! By the time you realize it doesn’t work, you are past the “30 day trial period” and whammo your account has been billed an additional 89.95!!!
    Unless you scrutinize every link on the webpage and carefully read every word of the packageing invoice (not the product info, the invoice!) then you pay almost $100 for something that, in my opinion, is nothing more than a scam.
    As much as we all would like an easier way to lose the weight, there really are no easy ways ;-(

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    walter thompson

    I agree with you after one month I had actually gained 2 pounds. And I noticed NO decrease in appetite.

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    Frank

    Thanks. EXTREMELY helpful! It helped me avoid making a huge mistake

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    Polly

    I was really set to buy this today! Thanks for all the comments and this website. I am not going to waste my money. Guess I will have to rely on eating healthly and exercising. No quick fix here. Thanks again.

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    Ali

    Please ladies, losing weight is not as simple as sprinkling something on your food. We’re not fools are we? No diet trick works, cut down on food works. I looked into this sensa but had a terrible time finding out the ingredients. Am allergic to soy, and that’s one of the things in it. Wow! Glad I looked into this and thanks for all your input.

    Lil' Red

    Well POOP! I fell for it and ordered and immediately emailed to cancel (this was 2 nights ago) but have had no response. I will attempt to return as soon as it arrives WITHOUT OPENING but if past experience proves true that will be a challenge in itself! Can’t BELIEVE I fell for this type of scam AGAIN! Argh (and you are so right…eat less…move more is what’s worked in the past! Jeesh…call me a slow learner!

    Anonymous

    I was goingto GNC today to pick this pruduct up. It is a good thing thati found this page. Hallaluyer!

    taryn

    OMGosh thank yal so much for your comments on this you r helping a lot of people.

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    Betty Cooper

    Thank you so much Linda. I am really lol because that what you said, I was thinking.

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    Barbara

    To Lil’Red – Refuse delivery when it comes – you will have no problem; just give it back to the delivery person or company w/out opening.

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    Abdullatif musleh

    Thanks a million. I almost enrolled in the program.

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    Anonymous

    THANKS – Realy do appreciate the feed back , have gotten hung up in the credit card rap & an they stil work it so they can get 2 payments before you get them stoped.

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    alberto

    Thank you guys. It’s a good thing I googled this Sensa and found this site. I was closed to enrolling. You guys saved me a hundred bucks.

    Again, thank you very much all.

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    K Boston

    I have to agree. I was seriously looking at this for weight lost. So glad that I found this site, saved me a lot of money!

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    willie

    always read the reviews thank you

    Anonymous

    Thank you. You saved me money and saved my stomach alot of discomfort!!!!

    gerri

    Me too! Glad I read this fisrt.

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    Boyd

    Scared of this stuff after reading all those reviews. Not worth

    anonymous too

    This is the first site that I have heard anything negative about Sensa. I started it yesterday and I feel great! I do plan to watch what I eat and include execise. At least, if I get a craving I won’t over do it.

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    Linda

    Thank you Linda, I was thinking about ordering this product, but not after I read your comment. THANKS from another Linda!!

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    Pam

    Good luck to all of you who are trying it. But, thank you for your comments. I had my card ready and was set to order. Now I almost feel guilty (again) and a little sheepish. OK. I’ll try to get that motivation machine going. But, guys! A few more minutes under the covers in the am is soooo much nicer in the am then time on the treadmill, it seemed so much easier to shake a few crystals in exchange for a cute derrier again. Thanks for popping my bubble! LOL

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    aj

    Thanks for the comments, I too had my card ready, and I know better than to fall for dieting scams, to purchase the product. Shame on me I teach motivation classes everyday, now I need to take a dose of my own medicine and motivate my butt off of the sofa. Thanks for bringing me back to reality.

    Dennis Davis

    I read comments too I was saved also cause I used my visa card but its a prepaid card you can go to a GNC store and buy the same sensa they told me when They salled me this morning saved again whatever you see on tv look it up on the internet thats what I<m going to do from now on lol saved by the prepaid lol have a nice day

    susan

    You saved me too! I was about to order it.

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    Anonymous

    Thank you so much

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    Noreen

    Thanks Linda. I was ready to buy. I go to Weight Watchers and thought Sensa could just help me along faster. I have over 100 lbs to lose and just am tired of carrying the extra weight around. Thought Sensa would give me that extra edge. Watching late night TV costs $$$$$. I’m not crazy about taking pills since I take medication. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Thanks again for the heads up.

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    TAMMY MCKENZIE

    I am in the process of sending my unsued portion of SENSA back, my 30 day trial ends in one week and I have lost weight, but feel it is from the vomitting and diarreah I have suffered from three days after I started useing this product. Hopefully I can stop them before they charge my card

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    David

    Next time you are watching an infomercial, turn off the tv, get up and move. Squatting, waving your hands, whatever. 100 pounds will be gone in 2 years on a safe diet. Adjust your calories as you lose that fat as you won’t need as much when you are carrying around less.

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    Shawn

    To Noreen,
    Another thing to think about…
    The body produces a couple of hormones called ghrelin and leptin which are linked to your sleep. You need to be sleeping at night instead of watching tv (duh :o ) When you stay up late, you produce more ghrelin which stimulates appetite which is great if you are trying to be a sumo wrestler. If you get the right kind of sleep, your body produces leptin which helps you lose weight. If you do sleep and have adequate leptin, the leptin can be inactivated if the sleep is the wrong kind which is why I qualify that you get the right kind of sleep. See the link and learn a little about this because this could be why you are fighting your body to lose weight by not getting the sleep patterns and rhythms you need.

    Thanks to all who have posted. I was looking for an ingredients list and they are nothing more than additives normally found in processed foods…I avoid these ingredients anyways but was amazed to see the whole of this product is just food additives of which no one has a difficiency.

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    lawanda

    I was just about to order this product over the phone as I always do before going to the website to see the reviews. After ordering the shakes & having to send them back due to horrible constipation, I’m glad I took a minute to read most of you all comments. I won’t be ordering sensa & thanks a million.

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    regina

    Make sure you send it back in a way it can be tracked and confirmed delivered. I sent mine priority mail and thank God I kept the receipt. One and a half months after they received it back they charged my bank account 89.95 and when I called they said they never got the shipment. I had to prove they did. Total scam.

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    Wendy

    I contacted them and found out it actually takes about 4 months before you really see the weight coming off so I do not know why they only offer 30 days. I have been on it 2 months and lost 6 pounds with no exercise or change in diet.

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    Lily

    I was thinking of ordering Sensa so I decided to do a little research for reviews on this product. I am so glad I did! Thank you for saving me from an expensive mistake!

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    Lana

    I received the product a few days ago and when the packing slip indicated that I would be charged $89.95 after the 30-day trial period was offer as well as reading all of the commentaries on the physical reactions to the product, I am returning it to receive my $4.95 in shipping cost back. Who needs the placebo effect? I could either will myself to lose weight or have someone hypnotize me. And, if I wanted to spend $89.95 for a diet plan I could just go to my nearest Weight Watchers or Slim 4 Life clinic or better yet do Slimfast for the next several months. At least I would know I was getting my money’s worth minus the nausea, stomach cramps and heart palpations. Thanks everyone for helping me and others make an informed consumer decision.

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    Sue

    Thanks for all the feedback, I just saw their commercial – sounded to good to be true – and it obviously is from all the feedback. I didn’t have time to go to meetings, remember what I eat, count callories, etc. but I’m on line all the time, so I decided to join online weight watchers. And it really works! If you actually track your food. And it’s easy to do and gives great cooking recipes and videos. So I’ve lost 7 pounds in 3 weeks by actually eating good food, no hunger at all, even have wine, and working out for 1/2 hour 3 times a week. Amazing! Diet and exercise, who would have thought! 7 down 60 more to go! Good luck everyone

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    Smith

    Good luck on them not charging your credit or debit card. If you use your debit it comes down to cancelling the card and getting a new one. Once they have that card # good luck on getting them to cancel…. I had a stroke just over a year ago and was told Sensa would not hurt me. NOT!! Had my neurologist explain to me why I needed to stop immediately. Just eat better food choices. Works for most of us.

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    Addiana

    In 5 days I lost 4 lbs…but by day 2 I had the worst stomach cramps and diarreah… it just never stopped. Today I woke up so nauseous, the feeling was worse than the worst hangover I ever had with severe stomach cramps and constant vomitting. I also had horrible cold sweats… I returned my product today…C I would not recommend Sensa for anyone.

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    Ruby

    I was seriously considering giving SENSA a try. However considering I have had severe problems with ulcers I decided NOT to after reading your review.. Thank You and God Bless!

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    Leah

    Ruby, I too have stomach ulcers but sensa is not irritating them. I use my ulcer meds daily along with it. I think what they are referring to is nausea. I am having very very mild nausea which I think is my bodies way of averting me away from food. It is totally manageable though. I love sensa and highly recommend it!

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    Dana

    If you have a GNC store in your area, they carry Sensa and you won’t have to order direct from the company. I’m going to try it as I cannot walk as much as I used to. Bad feet, knees, etc.

    Nancy

    Leah, how long have you been using Sensa, and how much weight have you lost?

    Thanks

    Bobbi

    I used to work for sensa, and listen… there’s no damn miracle out there for weight loss. Get up off the couch and stop eating crap. Break a sweat and workout and if u dont have time, make time or be over weight forever. READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IF YOU BUY because I used to have to explain it to stupid ignorant people all day and get yelled at because they didn’t do any research or read they’re receit that came with the package. I never knew how many people in america were as ignorant as I found out working there.

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    Lisa

    Word of advice for Bobbi…Proofread!

    If you want to be a credible writer, and convince an audience you know what you’re talking about…you might want to consider spell check. Your grammatical errors and typos are seriously affecting your credibility. You’re claim comes off as a very disgruntled ex-employee instead of an intelligent person who wants to help people make the right choice. It would help if you would not insult people as well. It’s not a wonder why you don’t work there anymore.

    Spellchecker

    Lisa, while I do agree fully with your comment, one thing spellcheckers do not do well yet, is grammar. So please do not throw stones at poor Bobbi, who indeed looks like a disgruntled employee, when you did a very big grammar error yourself… You’re vs. your…a big no-no…

    TIB

    @Lisa, “You’re claim” is also a grammatical error…just saying.

    SALLY

    Believe Bobbi! I was told I was given a free trial and then I was sent extra powder (which I was not aware of) and was told that I wil be charged 89.99 after all! This product gave me stomach pain, BEWARE to all that are milk intolerant.

    Lisa

    Bobbi, that’s a little harsh, maybe some people just need it to be explained to them a little bit more thoroughly, or maybe your just not good at giving instructions.

    Magnolia

    No wonder you “used” to work for them.

    frank

    (Disabled)What if you are unable to walk or exercise?I am not able to burn any calories.

    Smart cookie

    I agree with Bobbie. People, please read the terms and conditions! I always do and it has kept me a happy camper.

    Anonymous

    Wow Bobbi! You sound like a real bitter person! I think you need therapy!!!

    julia

    Bobbi, You may or may not know of this, but, I just started taking Sensa and ever since have had joint pain all over…I have been diagnosed with early Osteopenia(boneLoss). thanks Julia

    Anonymous

    thank you for reminding us. We all seem to look for a quick-fix to fat.

    a concerned reader

    In Lisa’s defense — the use of “you’re” is acceptable as a contraction of “you are” — and is very common usage.

    Belita Vowell

    Yes, Bobbi has attitude problems ! Not everyone can exercise the way they used to and would love to. I did aerobics for 18 years before having back surgery and dealing with arthritis as I’m aging. I’m 66 and have gained weight since I can’t do my aerobics, but I do use the bicycle at the gym and walk as much as I’m able to regularly. I’m also a very disciplined eater ! Bobbi needs to get off her high horse !! Let’s hope she mellows as she gets older.

    Anonymous

    Sally, I just got the same bill for $89.99 and I did not order this crap. I want my money back. I went for the free offer, and okay, I did not pick up on the fine print until I got the package and then read that it contains lactose (milk). I have not taken the product and am sending it all back to this company. Jacque

    Rae

    You seem to be pretty ignorant yourself. Try learning to spell. Receipt. R-E-C-E-I-P-T. Got it??? Perhaps just stupid. I can imagine why you no longer have the job.

    Raivyn

    Not everyone is fat because they sit around watching TV and shoveling twinkies. Some people are disabled or have medical problems, two things you’d realize as valid causes if you had any, you know, common sense. Also, learn to spell. They’re vs. their? Please. At least I can lose weight; it’s much harder to improve one’s intelligence. Good luck to you :P

    noelle

    stop being such a jerk! some people have issues that cause them to over eat and no matter how much they work out they cannot loose weight.

    George

    Bobbi is 100% correct, There are a lot of idiots out there. That is why the sensa people and that quack doctor are sitting on a beach somewhere spending the idiots money….You have to excecise and watch your diet. It is just that simple. “My feet hurt, im to old, I will miss jerry springer” all a bunch of excuses!!! I dont care if you are in a damn wheelchair you can stre(ch bands to break a sweat…..there is no free lunch no miracle pill or powder to take pounds off…no matter how disabled you are there is some way to excercise…so get off the couch and quit checking spelling errors,push away from the computer and go burn some damn calories!!!!

    Anonymous

    THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! For posting your comment. That’s exactly the type of reviews we need. Honest ones!Specially from previous employees.

    Cathy

    I totally agree with Bobbi. There is no quick fix for losing weight. Thank you, Bobbi for keeping us informed. We should take some lessons in eating from the Europeans. They don’t eat as much as us Americans. Food choices, cutting back on portions and exercise are very important. Even if you are in a wheelchair you could exercise.

    Cyn

    There are ways to get the point across without being rude. Thank God you don’t work for them anymore..I hope you don’t for anything involving customers cause you are an A**HOLE!!!

    Carla

    Being only 5’2″ with big bones means that literally every pound shows on me! I’ve always struggled with my weight, and it got very frustrating especially in my teens years. I tried every diet & diet fad out there… only to have the weight return once I stopped that particular diet. I’m in my early 50′s now and can tell you from my life’s experience with diets that the thing that works the best (for me anyway) is common-sense eating and portion control. Just ignore the stomach grumbling as it eventually goes away… or better yet, sleep through it! Hint- “Fill up” on water! It’s good for you anyway and leaves less room for food. Good luck to all!

    r

    I didn’t see any offense in Bobbi’s comment; people want to hear miracles and lies, ut not the truth and that is what everyone is mad at. I agree with him and for me, the comment was a wake up call. I was looking for an easy way out, but instead, will look at my bad choices and talk to my doctor before I try anything.

    Kaila

    Dude, chill the hell out. I doubt you’ve ever even tried losing weight. it’s very difficult. And really? get up off your ass? have you even heard the term disabled? One last thing. You can’t talk about ignorant people when you can’t spell receipt, cant use the right there,and say “stupid ignorant.” No wonder you got yelled at.

    Andree

    Thanks for a truly honest answer. I appreciate it! Run across stupid people everyday on the job and know exactly how you feel. I will get up & sweat and watch my carbs!

    Anonymous

    Sounds like you got fired for being such a hateful person. I see that didn’t do you any good either. Ok we will sweat our ass off. You need to lighten up and at least try to be halfway nice. GRUMPS!!!

    Grammatical Person

    WOW!!! What’s up with people not knowing the difference between “you’re” and “your.” Bobbi wrote you’re when it should have been YOUR, and Lisa wrote your when it should have been YOU’RE! I’m just saying…..

    Bill

    Amen, Amen.
    Bad knees, or feet? Most likely it’s caused from the additional weight they must carry. Start on the upper body, do something to get you started, it is work and takes time, just as putting it on did. You WILL be amazed how much better you begin to feel!!
    GET UP & GO FOR IT!!!

    shirley Hines

    While you are calling others stupid, someone can call you dumb because of your ignorance in spelling!

    Lisa

    wow !! do you really have to be so rude to people? i used to work for a call center too, and have done the same thing as you, but the last thing in the world i would do, is be so rude to people. if you have never been over weight, then you have no clue what a person goes through, or what we would do , to have it gone. just sayin. . . let up on people.

    Terry

    Bobbie is right. There are alot of ignorant people here also. The topic is about sensa and all i’m reading is about grammer. Piss on the grammer she got the point across

    Anonymous

    Whew! Sounds like sour grapes to me!

    Anonymous

    Hi Lisa, not being able to spell does not make you a liar. By the way I am sure you have no issues of your own. God bless Try reading Mathew 7:3-5

    Diva

    Bobbi…who exactly are you angry with??? You sound like someone stole your little red wagon and painted it blue! While I agree with part of your comment, I definitely believe you chose the wrong way to deliver your message. You are absolutly correct…there is no miracle for weight loss. If there were, overweight people would not exist in the world. What you failed to consider during your angry rant is that people are overweight for various reasons and not only because they eat “crap” or won’t get “off the couch.” A large number of individuals are overweight due to medical issues, disabilities/injuries which limit or prohibit mobility, or the medications they must take to control health issues. In this crazy world we live in today, there are all types of scams that specifically target a certain population. I’m not saying that the Sensa product itself is a scam, but the way it’s promoted by not making clear the financial obligations up front could be considered a scam of sorts. Their advertisements also send contradicting messages. One printed advertisement says “lose 30+ pounds without changing your diet or exercise,” but after you struggle to read the small, light-colored print below a picture of a thin and muscular woman, it says the weight was lost using Sensa AND “a sensible diet and exercise plan”!!!!! If you’re going to diet and exercise, why would you really need Sensa? All I can say is make sure you understand exactly what you are getting yourself into prior to making a purchase you might regret in the future. Keep in mind…nothing is truly free, they’ll have a way to get into your pockets on the back end, typically by sending you unexpected products and automatically charging your credit cards. A final message to Bobbi – you can’t insult people if you want to be taken seriously. The second you started referring to your former customers as ignorant, everything else you had to say was immediately discredited and ignored. You are a great representation of why not everyone is qualified to work in customer service.

    Beth

    Nice. Any company would be lucky to have you. :p

    Liz

    it’s America…capitalized

    Teresa

    I honestly cannot believe that 1 1/2 years later, people are still so focused on Bobbi’s comment. Weren’t we here to find out about Sensa? Of course, here I am commenting on it as well.

    Hal

    Thanks

    Strong

    I agree with Bobbi. Who cares about grammatical errors Lisa? Your missing the point because your probably mad that he’s right about fat people just needing to get off their asses and working out. There’s no shortcut to success YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE STAIRS. Bobbi doesn’t sound like he’s mad or a bitter ex-employee, he has a valid point. And whether or not you want to see it is your damn problem. Go work out you idiots. And if its a health problem than trust me, taking supplements will only make it worse. THERE’S NO SHORTCUTS NO MATTER WHAT. You can’t have your cake and eat it too..hehe if you catch both my drifts ;b

    Susan

    Wow… chill out.

    Lisa

    I agree with Bobbi

    Polly

    “their receipt” by the way. Don’t complain about other people’s ignorance…

    Renee

    I like what you said, yes its true we all need a little kick start, but I agree with you on get a sweat going. Living in a square I have fallen into years ago after moving to cit and accidents I have created a big mess for myself and what I carry around. Just a thanks to you for what you said.keep up the good words,
    Renee

    maritza

    wow, tll us what is really in your mind

    Bee

    I think that everyone just needs to calm down. Bobbi seems like he has vebal diarrhea. But he is very right. Understandably there are people confined by their abilities, but there is no excuse for getting your McDonalds upsized either. The most important thing to remember to portion control, as well as what you put in you must take out. If your daily caloric intake is sky high your activity level and gym membership are gonna be maxed out. You can pig out on baby carrots and celery if you feel the need to habitually eat every waking second. There is no limit to healthy veggies we can eat, so maybe use sensa if you are going to have your REGULAR sized “cheat meal” at MCD’s and sub the pop for OJ/water/or milk (and eat your burger/sandwich/nuggets first then eat your fries, you’ll probably eat less of the fries). If you have disabilities due to weight, or genetics then you have to make a concious effort to not eat garbage food as you know that your body is limited in what it can do to burn that garbage off (this I know from my own experience).

    Lisa

    That’s very harsh, there are people like me who are unable to get up off the couch and break a sweat. I use to work out 6 days a week. Walk to drop off n pick up kids from school in San Francisco up a hill that was so steep you would need to walk backwards at points. Why did I stop getting off the couch? Because I was driving on flat road, and flying down that same hill was a 56 car, all metal, all heavy. He ran stop sign (I never saw him coming) hit my driver door spun me and the kids in ? Circles I ended up half way down the street on the wrong side if road the thing that stopped my car was a parked car. So for you to be so harsh is cruel. Not everyone is fat and lazy. There are the rest of us who have been seriously injured and are now disabled. I would love to get off the couch and be back into a size 4. But you see. I can’t. Maybe before you slam everyone as fat lazy slobs. You should have some empathy before you open your short sighted ignorant mouth. Obviously you are lucky and are able to excersise. I hope for your sake you don’t end up in a position like I’m in. I’m not lazy. I don’t eat junk. But if you are sedentary it does not matter how little you eat. So the disabled are seeking help. Not out of laziness. Simply out of wanting and needing help. You may want to think before you speak. You are not going through what the disabled are going through. Your words are very hurtful and insulting. Karma…

    april

    People need to look at the ingredients in products such as these. One of the last ingredients listed Is MILK. Allergies to milk can give reaction as mild as stomach or muscle pains to being as severe as massive swelling, heavy rash outbreak, and even cardiac arrest. Read the label and Always try only small amounts of new products to see if you will have a reaction to it.

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    Anonymous

    I used to be a body nazi, walked 40 miles/week, etc, but I have a serious back and knee injuries and can do very little aerobic activity…so, Sensa seems like something to try…except I don’t want stomach problems…any other product anyone recommends that helps kick the metabolism up without being a stimulant? Right now I’m just caught in a weight gain/stress cycle…with no baby to breastfeed to boast my metabolism!! HELP!

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    Manny

    There’s natural metabolism uppers out there that will get your body to burn fat. make sure you’re eating 4-6x a day with greens and leans meats. L-carnatine and fish oils are great supps

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    kele

    I saw somewhere that when taking L-carnatine that you add vitamin c with it.

    Nan

    Thank you for the info Manny. I will check it out. A medical site said Acetyl L-Carnitine is dangerous but maybe plain L-Carnitine is OK.

    Anonymous

    That’s great advice. Unless you are a vegetarian.

    Melissa Moncy

    Id suggest you giving the nutritional drink entitled “boost” a try, since it may take away the fatigue of some(few) bones, but may also give another natural “feeling” to other part(s) of your body/outer structure.

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    Nirmala

    To boost your metabolism, simply eat a healthy breakfast in the morning and snak on walnuts before your lunch meal. Your body is like a car, when you eat breakfast its like you’re warming up the engine. Also, have a fruit, it stimulates you and gives energy.

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    Michele

    GNC has a woman’s Mega Green supplement pack I’ve been using for three weeks and can’t sit still no jitters just feel the need to move before all I did was sleep a lot

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    anita

    Michele- may20,2011 hav u still been using the woman’s green mega pack? is it still giving you energy,and have you lost any weight?

    Maggie Muñoz

    For those people who cannot exercise. I can not exercise either I have a bad hip and worst knee but I have been able to loose weight 4 kilos the first week and I am 54 years old. You should look for anaerobic exercises which you can do on your bed and eat 5 times a day as follows: in the morning bran cereal with skim mild and papaya , strawberries or an apple(1 bowl), 2 hours later an oatmeal cookie (only one!!!) a cup of decaf coffee with skim milk or soja milk 3 hours later eat a big salad adding all the raw vegetable you can eat and 100grms of fish one day the next chicken and the next lean beef. 2 hours later some cooked vegetables with an egg (2 per week) 50 grms. of ham, fresh cheese or a small lean turkey hot dog and finally one hour before bed a vegetable soup and some meed if at lunch time you ate fish at night fish, if you ate chicken, eat chicken or if you ate meet eat meet only 100 grms. THIS DIET REALLY WORKS GOOD LUCK AND EXERCISE IN YOUR BED!

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    Michelle

    @Maggie…Love the information that you had to share. I would like to get more of the info on the diet from you if you could personally email me at rettmom95@comcast.net. Sounds interesting & doesnt sound like you have to starve yourself. Hope to hear from you! :-)

    Susie

    Maggie Munoz, please tell me how you obtained or came upon this diet yourself.
    Thank You,
    susie s.

    Anonymous

    love your comment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Angelia

    Maggie thanks ever so much for sharing your story and success. I agree with Susie and would love to get more information on that diet. I currently have lupus, diabetis and hypertension along with Coumadin. I just feel that I have all these ailments, but they do not have me! Any information is better than no information. Please email me at arjone1@yahoo.com, if you do not mind sharing the diet plan. Thanks again be blessed and I look forward to hearing from you!

    Andrea

    Thanks for the info. Could you please email me this diet. Seems like something I could do.

    JMS1

    I have about 15lbs to loose.. while it doesn’t seem much.. I am > 15 and it feels like 50!. I may try this. I am also taking Zumba classes and walking everyday to stay healthy. don’t like my spare tire. But if you have trouble exercising. please try water aerobics. one of the best ways to keep moving, boost energy and bring your spirits up!

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    Hot Rod Happy

    Hi! Just want to relate my experience because if your weight stays up, you may end up with my problem…….diabetes.

    I am 73 years old (male) and also feel 50. I recently lost my wife after a long illness. As her caregiver, I neglected my own diet and found myself at 227 lbs. in mid-August, when she passed away. I visited my doctor and she found me with beginning diabetes, which needed immediate attention. She gave me a quick lesson in nutrition and I have lost 37 pounds since August 15. I feel great and am not hungry, nor do I feel like “picking” any more. How did I do it? I selected 5 of my favorite vegetables, cut them into bite size pieces and roasted them in a big pan with a bit of olive oil. It gets a bit monotonous, but I ate it each nite, avoided regular bread and pasta and drank slightly sweetened vitamin water. Breakfast was usually a slice of hi-pro bread and a half a grapefruit. Lunch was usually an apple or a couple of plums, which I found filled me up.

    I treat myself to a good piece of steak or chicken a couple of times a week and my cravings are gone.

    Why did it work for me? I am sticking with low carb foods and calory reduction just follows along with it. There is no magic!

    I feel great and am in clothes sizes I haven’t worn in 15 years. Last week’s tests indicate that my blood sugar levels are normal.

    Why am I bothering to respond to you? Well, basically, I got to a potentially life-threatening situation and had to change my way of life to correct things. Oddly, I have not been able to exercise to any degree because of a severe hernia so, the diet change did it. Now the hernia has been repaired and I expect my condition to improve further with exercise.

    As a 15 year old, you have a chance to make a small change and perhaps impact your life for a long time. 15 pounds is not very much but, once under control, you will see things in a much more positive light.

    My favorite vegetables for roasting were brussel sprouts, yams, broccoli, cabbage and a little onion, drizzled with a little olive oil and seasonings.

    It’s not for everyone but it is certainly healthy. If you can stand the boredom, you’re home free, and cheating once in a while won’t hurt a bit. Good luck!

    corina

    yeah you can stick to lean meats chicken , tuna , fish always add greens to all meals eat about 5-6 times a day only small portions it will put you in burn mode eat every 3 hrs go for 30 to 40 min walks! I have lost 50 lbs and only carbs two times a day and only a half a cup !!!!hope I didn’t misspell

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    tony maroney

    Bobbi, No one wants you to tell it like it really is. they want you to beat around the bush or coddle them with sweet “appropriate” words. you said what you meant. amen sister.

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    turtle

    I felt the exact same type of nausea with a horrible headache! I’m sending it back

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    Paulette

    I’ve been using Sensa for about two weeks and yes it was simple to use however, I started feeling ill, nausea with a horrible headache. I’m returning it. I’m so glad I told my friend about Sensa she gave me this site. Now I know what was making me sick.
    Thanks for your remarks.

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    AlexisMH

    Huh, it’s not hard to avoid food if you’re dizzy and nauseated. Some diet “revolution.” Thanks, everyone, for begin brave product samplers.

    Lauren

    I’ve never tried Sensa, but just wanted to say that most likely the nausea and headache were caused by the big decrease in calories from what you were eating before you started using it. That will happen on any diet! Just want to be fair because people are always so quick to immediately connect symptoms with a product before using common sense.

    denise

    Hi All….Thanks for all the comments on Sensa. I am on my third month and I promise you guys my body hurts all over….OMG…I thought I was going to die. Now I know its the Sensa..Thanks Again…(Not taking anymore)

    Karina

    Sensa has milk products in it guys, the irritation could be due to being lactose inolerant. My dad gets that same reaction when he drinks milk. You can try it if you don’t have this problem.

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    Dan

    Uh… what milk product would that be exactly?

    Lily

    SENSA is a scam, they’ll keep trying to take money from your account. Don’t waste your money or time, I missed the 30 day date and they took 89.95 from my acccount. I’m reporting them to the state a ttorney and better business bureau.

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    RAEZ

    Please send feedback as to whether this work i was one also that they took from my account and all i asked for was the trial,i tried getting my money back, as of today i have had no luck.

    TD

    Their disclaimer clear states when you purchase that your card will be charged in 30 days is you do not cancel. It does not say “MAYBE” charged, but “WILL BE” charged. If you desire to not be charged the fee they clearly give you a phone number to call before the 30 days is up to cancel the program and charge to your card. You have to do your part per the instruction for the process to work.

    adam

    You said it correctly when you mentioned that YOU missed the 30 day date… No attorney is going to take your case. You agreed to the terms when you signed up for the 30 day deal. They have the right to charge you. It is your fault, not Sensa’s.

    Army Wife 27

    Hello,

    I just tried SENSA about five minutes ago. I am so sick right now, I feel like I am dizzy, and I feel like I am going to pass out. I amat work, and I can’t leave, don’t buy this stuff. I am sending it BACK!

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    beverly

    Thank You for your comment. I was watching a commerical on SENSA this afternoon and thought I might try the 30 day trail. But now after reading all the comments on it there is no way I will try it. Thanks

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    Pam

    THANKS! i was just getting ready to order some

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    Kristi

    I started using SENSA today, my body was in pain teaching a spin class and I had a visual migrane while telling a SENSA Customer service rep. I was having a reaction simular to if I eat anything loaded with MSG> This stuff is a scam and they better give me my $ back. thank you all for your comments.

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    Mary Bradshaw

    Thanks for all the feedback from everyone. You saved me lots of $$. I decided not to try Sensa at all.

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    becky

    After reading all the above most of you have saved me from having a headache .I will not waste money on it now
    Thanks !

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    jello

    The key to understanding Sensa is the directions that come with it. There are 4 steps: (1) sprinkle Sensa on your food, (2) smell the food and savor the aroma, (3) eat slowly, and (4) chew each bite thoroughly. The Sensa crystals are made of inert ingredients that have no taste or smell. The only purpose of sprinkling Sensa on your food is to remind you to follow the other three steps, which WILL help many people lose weight. The bottom line is that Sensa crystals themselves are essentially a placebo. The “Sensa Program” CAN be is very effective but only to the extent that you follow steps 2 to 4. But you can follow these steps on your own without the Sensa crystals and achieve exactly the same results.

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    jane

    Thank you jello for a great free piece of advice, Such good common sense – eat slowly and eat bulky, low calorie foods such as fruits and veges whenever possible. We are all in such a rush these days and we “speed eat”. Chew every mouthful 30 times and drink 6 bottles of water a day and the weight loss will happen whether you like it or not.

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    Akane

    Sensa just absolutely do not work. They are selling lies and tall tales. Sensa has absolutely no effect and it’s all sensory to trick in to believing that your experiencing something. I got it to try for a month free(1 month supply they said) but then they sent me a 6 month supply and tried to charge me for it. These people just want your credit card info to have a field day on it. The people who made this drug i would say had to be already rich and well off on the count of how much they must have put into publicity and advertising because this stuff was all over the news, the internet etc.. and it’s just a BIG BIG scam to get a hold of your credit card and money. This product does nothing it doesn’t help you to eat any less or more for that matter. Your suppose to smell it in your food and the scent is suppose to communicate with your brain to trick you into getting full faster!?? Yeah right. I smelled nothing in my food and if i did it didn’t work. Don’t waste your time or money. if you really want to loose weight Tadin Zendo Dieters tea works better than this stuff or the new version of Phen-phen. You will be spending about the same amount of money that you would on this sensa but with those products at least you get results and not get played like a fool.

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    shaun doherty

    i currently have family employed by sensa and i myself am a customer and i know for a fact any issues with the order is strictly an issue from customers who do not read terms and do not pay attention to details when ordering

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    TBK07

    BS. I talked to a CSR one month to get the credit. Sent back the product, etc. Next month? Charged again! Report to your credit card company that SENSA charges are FRAUDULENT!!! Sensa does NOT properly credit your card.

    Michelle

    I tried Sensa and it hurt my stomach. People please DO NOT be fooled into taking this product. It does contain ingredients that can be harmful to you in the long run.

    I’ve tried just about every diet pill on the planet. I FINALLY lost weight doing this one simple trick: Drinking a bottle of water before and after every meal. I felt fuller. It’s cheaper (water) and it flushes our all the toxins in your body. I lost 7 lbs in 3 wks which is healthier and better for you. Also, I just moderately exercised 30-45 min walks in my Sketchers Shape-Ups! ..and best: I’m keeping it off after a year! I have struggled with weight issues my whole life and I no longer will again. I am now looking beach body ready….whohoo! If it works for everyone else great, but don’t be surprised if you need to see the doctor in the long run, hence the FDA approval.

    Good luck everyone!

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    Bridget

    @ Michelle, GREAT advice. Thank you. I “almost” entered my credit card number then at the last minute decided to do some research. Thanks so much! The water advice is a GREAT idead as well. Woohoo…

    Ms Barb

    I want to thank all of you guys for commenting. I have a thyroid problem and was wondering if I should use this product. I am glad I did research before buying. I have tried everything my doctor told me to do and I am very depressed with the weight gain. I don’t want to make myself sick, so Thank You Guys

    Shayla

    My dad was the first class action suit settled in Florida from the Phen Phen drug and that was after he died from it. The settlement, though very large, did not bring my dad back…just FYI…

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    Cathy

    I am so sorry for your loss, Shayla. I agree with the message you are sending: “Buyer Beware.” People should always do the research behind any supplement they put into their body so they understand there are risks involved. It’s too bad you had to lose your father, and you have my sympathy. I know you miss him.

    E

    Very sorry for your loss. But the majority of people who have major reactions or die from diet pills are because they did not follow the instructions. They see the results and think if they double up on the pills that they will loose weight quicker.

    Sassy

    People really need to be careful of the new phen phen–just saying because the old version did cause death in some. Find out the difference in the old vs. the new before trying. Also, beware of the ACAI berry in capsule form. That company got me for extra orders that I was charged for and not able to get my $$ back and yes, I always read the fine print. These type of companies keep putting you off knowing that you’re not going to spend more money on attorneys to get back $89. The ACAI berry capsules gave me very rapid heartbeat that would start anytime & raised my blood pressure to stroke range. I’ve never had those issues in my life!! As a single mom of a precious son, this scared me to the point where I’ll never try anymore weight loss programs. Just as most of the bloggers here have said, just eat small portions 5-6 times a day, lean meat & fresh fruit & produce, RUN from all processed foods and drink your water. Walking is great exercise. Blessings to you all.

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    Emily Ho

    EXPLANATION OF THE PRODUCT! So, i read almost all the comments here and i felt like looking at the product myself. i just received the product in the mail and looked up all the ingredients. None of the ingredients listed are different from what the avg person eats daily. I agree with a few people who have commented that if your lactose; don’t take this product because tricalcium phosphate(the 2nd ingredient) is made from cow’s milk. secondly i do not know if this product will work, but since im up to try it, i might as well know what im eating. most likely if this product willw ork its due to the first ingredient. (maltodextrin) this is a starch chemical. If you sprinkle this powder onto your food and your eating starch,your stomach feel full more quickly. However, people with diabetes beware. starch gets processed into glucose, which will increase blood pressure. lastly the ingredient is silica. Now silica is like salt; its found everywhere and is harmful if you eat too much, or if you eat too little. I am using sensa as a school project to see if it works. in a month ill come back and repost. hopefully this will help people. i see that this product has helped some, and hurt others. i would like to know other true stories about your results please let me know. Emily_ho8@yahoo.com

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    Anonymous

    One small correction, Emily. Starch converts to glucose. This raises blood SUGAR, not blood PRESSURE.

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    Jay

    Perfect information-I am diabetic and I have been on this product for 1 week. A little dissy at times but nothing unmanageable. I find myself not as hungry as previous especially at night where I do the most dmamge! However, I have had very high readings when measuring my sugars and couldnt pin point the issue as I have made some dietary adjustments. Thank you for the last comment. I have a doctors appointment tomorrow and plan to discuss this viscous cylce! Sensa is helping me loose weight, which will in turn will help with my type 2 BUT it is raising my sugar counts to do it…

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    b tucker

    maltodextrin is corn syrup which has oneof the highest glycemic indexes of all foods so increased blood sugar is the result. avoid maltodextrin.

    Kfred

    Jay talk to your Doc about getting you on Byetta or Victoza
    I am type II diabetic and have been on both first byetta and changed to victoza because it is one shot in the morning. I have lost 30 pounds in 4 months and all my numbers have dropped considerably. It is not insulin it just helps keep the blood sugar stable through out the day. There is a little nausea at first and as you increase the dose it starts to go away. You eat half of what you normally do. I have gone down over two sizes now.

    Anonymous

    Emily – it has been two months since this post. Any update on how the product worked?

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    Annoymous2

    Annonymou I also looked up the ingrediants and came up with the same conclusion as you. These ingrediants are found in our food and are not harmful in moderation just like any other thing.

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    Anonymous

    Emily, I think I’m going to try the Sensa. I don’t like everything I read and will be very careful. By the way, you and I share our first name. I am wondering… In the small town where I lived in California in the San Joaquin Valley, I read about a young Emily Ho, a wonderful musician. I went to a concert of hers. Are you that person? I’m curious. If if’s you, I hope you are not letting your music get away from you. Please reply. Emily Arnold

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    Katie

    Don’t do it! I got the trial, tried it twice and had a weird queasy feeling and strange dreams. And the smell, taste and texture were similar to a fake kind of sugar like sweet ‘n low. I thought you weren’t supposed to know it was on your food, but I was misled. I called to cancel the very next morning.

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    Sarah

    I really wished I would have done more research on sensa!I already requested a free trial! But, as soon as I recieve my order,I will be making the call to cancel ! lesson learned! Silly me!

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    VAL

    After about 4 days on Sensa I started to get sharp stomach achs, I have not used it this past wekend or today, I have no issues with milk products as someone else commented, still feeling bad today. I hate that I’m having a problem because it seemed to help my appetite. The web for sensa told me to just cut back, but I have stopped and still have problems, I think it has to go. I bought 2 mths of it on Amazon, don’t think I can return.

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    Katherine Strupp

    I bought Sensa at GNC, I used it for 2 days, and got extremely sick, 4 days with incredible cramping, nausea and the runs like I’ve never had. I do not recommend this product to anyone.

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    Denice

    Did you get your money back from GNC?

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    sue

    drinking lots of water helps stop all cravings,especially for salt, and I lost 40 lbs. when I ate anything I wanted as long as it was organic. I believe alot of us may be alergic to all the sprays on our foods and food additives.
    Dr. Mercola’s site is great for understanding exactly what is in our packaged food.
    So instead of Sensa, I’m drinking 1 gal. of water-and sticking to organics, when I can. Also, no one with a balanced PH balance gets cancer. I find that interesting.

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    Comatose

    Drinking a gallon of water?, Are you crazy!! doing that waters down all the vitamins and minerals in your stool!!. At most a person should drink 2-4 8 oz glasses of water per day!. Vitamin and mineral depletion can lead to increased hunger! causing one to overeat!..DO NOT DRINK THAT MUCH WATER.. My goodness!!

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    Joe

    Please do not take this persons advise. I am sorry but you are way wrong. The kidneys of a healthy adult can process fifteen liters of water a day! A person should drink a minimum of 8-10 8oz glasses a day. If you want to know the benefits of water google it. Don’t take my word for it. Although water intoxication is possible it is rare and you have to drink tons really fast. I just wish people would do research before posting. BTW water has minerals in it but, you will not deplete any significant vitamins or minerals drinking water.

    Becca

    A gallon of water a day isn’t too much at all! As we singers say, “sing wet and pee clear!” If your urine isn’t super pale you’re not drinking enough!

    patty

    What is with all this organic crap??? I am an organic farmer and I promise it is nothing more than a marketing scheme!!

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    skooni

    RE:” I am an organic farmer and I promise it is nothing more than a marketing scheme!!”

    Wow, Patty! Any organic farmer I’ve ever known would be shocked to hear that the hundreds of hours they spend documenting the organic feed they give their live stock, documentation of vet visits to prove the animals did not receive antibiotics or other no-no drugs, the miles of fences and other enclosures they had to pay for and build to make sure the animals stayed safe while they had plenty of room to grass feed and “free range”, the successive crop plantings and pasture rotations also required to achieve that goal, the receipts proving that the product they bought to control pests and disease on their crops and the seeds they purchased were strictly organic, the endless effort to keep the soil healthy and thus the plants strong and able to ward off disease and pests by amending it with organic compost that is usually made on the farm with plenty of hard labor, the inevitable, and often heart and budget breaking crop losses, not to mention, the never ending efforts to keep their organic crops safe from corruption by nearby conventional farmer’s genetically engineered crops, not to mention the rigorous inspections of records, farms and fields by organic certification organizations are all just a marketing scheme.
    You better call all the schools that offer marketing
    degrees, not to mention Madison Avenue, and let them know what they’re doing is pure tomfoolery and you’ve found the true way to market a product.

    Sheriann

    I have started having a metal taste in my mouth. Anyone else.

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    Linda

    To all of you who feel ill after taking Sensa, please reread the ingredients list. Unless it says organic, you can pretty much assume that all corn and soy are genetically modified (GMO). Carmine, I believe, is made from
    beetles (not a good thing). Milk (unless it’s non-GMO) contains
    hormones, steroids and antibiotics.

    Best way to lose the bodyfat? Eat 4 – 6 meals a day, drink 3/4 your bodyweight in ounces of water, cut
    out All processed ” Frankenfood,”
    don’t eat pass 7:00 pm, eat only
    Nature’s food Luke fresh fruits,
    veggies, organic meat, nuts, etc. Do
    weight bearing exercises along with
    aerobic exercises, get at least 5 hours of continuous uninterrupted sleep.

    Be happy and the bodyfat will fall off.

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    jennifer

    you are deff right!

    Beth

    Explain to me, exactly, what you think GMO milk is?? Milk is milk and NO commercially available milk contains non-naturally occuring hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

    PJ

    I began using Sensa to help supplement my weight loss with WW which was slowing. As soon as I began using it, I was gaining a little weight each day. Within a 4 day period I had gained 3.4 lbs. Nothing else was different in my life. Could the gain be something else like stress? Sure, but I couldn’t afford to gain back any weight I had worked so hard to lose in the first place. Buyer Beware! For those who want a simple trick to start losing and to fool your brain into thinking you are full: drink a serv. of Metamucil before ea. meal, chase it with a full glass of water. Dish up half your usual amount of food on your plate, eat slowly, don’t have seconds. This should take off between 1 & 2 lbs. per week. When you start feeling full with that amount, decrease the amount by 1/4. Much cheaper.

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    rj

    Thanks for the tip. Yeah, I gained 5 pounds in 5 days! while on Sensa even though I had reduced total calorie intake by 1400 for the week, so I really should have lost close to 1/2 pound for the week. I’m not sure what happened, and the only thing different I did this time around was use Sensa, since I’ve reduced my calorie intake in the past without the product and did lose weight (albeit I was hungry alot). Anyway…I’ve stopped using it now and have to undo the damage done.

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    dfynebutie

    I, too gained.. I stopped taking it. I have 4 unopened boxes any one want them!

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    carol l kaczmarek

    can’t afford but want to try thanks

    thomas lee

    I tried it for 3 weeks, gained 5 lbs. it was a trial offer for 30 days that ended up costing me 89.98$ I sent back all unused product but they refuse to refund my money, I feel like I been scamed

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    Tracy Hetrick

    Sensa is a big rip off. Not only did I not lose weight but tried to cancel after thirty days and they charged my credit card for the darn stuff after I cancelled.

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    BUBBA

    you didn’t get fat overnight, people…it’s not gonna come off overnight either. back away from the table and put your sneakers on and WALK..(i can just imagine people sprinking it on their potato chips and thinking its going to help lolol) save your money!

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    LaLa

    Wow!!! I just saw a commercial on this product yesterday. I am very allergic to ANY dairy products. Just one little tiny half/half creamer is enough to make me very ill all day. And to find that this product contains milk. I am so glad i read this before I invested in something that would be so unhealthy for me. It would have been a disaster by far. Thanks everyone

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    carm

    I just ordered Sensa trial pack. I am concerned now that maybe I shouldn’t have ordered it. If I call tomorrow to stop the order will I get my money back and the order stopped?

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    Stephannie

    I started using the product 8 days ago and it seems to be working. I did have to change my eating habits and I now go to the gym, but what I did realize that it helped me stop drinking soda and stop smoking. I do have a little bit of a headache but I have shocked my body. If it helps you and you think it is, more power to you! I think this prduct so far is fine. Before buying please research this product. This may not be for everyone. Good luck people!

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    Anonymous

    I hardly have lost any weight and I’ve been doing this since November 2011. Fourth month tastants taste awful. They claim you can’t taste them, but I definitely can.

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    yolanda Luvert

    I feel the same way bad product when I first started I have had diareah from day one nausea,dizziness just did not feel right so I call the supervisor and explain my problem he said I could be having a allergic reaction because everthing in sensa is natural.

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    Lisa

    They kept sending expensive packages of Sensa to me even after I cancelled, because it doesn’t work. When I complained about the extra charges and packages sent they asked if instead of sending them back would I just pay half price for what was “accidentally” sent again. I agreed just to get out of it. Don’t give them your payment information they will just keep charging you.

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    Wendy

    The problem you had may not have been caused by the product at all. I have tried Sensa 3 times, twice i quit because I saw no results in the first month. I found out that most results are not seen until the 4th month and you need to be able to smell smells or it doesn’t work. I am on month 2 and have lost 6 pounds this time. No exercise and no change in what I eat. If you are willing to go for slow weight loss try this it does work. I was use to Atkins where I lost a pound a day…I couldn’t keep it off however.

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    Wendy

    Also it works by making you eat less. I am just not as hungry so no seconds or thirds, I didn’t even finish my McGridle this morning. It seems more natural and no special foods to buy or prepare. Diets are all expensive either in the foods you buy or the pills or in this case the shakers of tastants. You are supposed to eat a lower calorie diet and exercise, but I haven’t and still lost 6 pounds in 2 months. Just think what I could do if I would get off my ass and actually do the diet the correct way!

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    Anonymous

    I tried Sensa and gained wieght I was Lucky!! that a friend gave it to me because Sensa is ridiculously expensive! DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!

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    Anonymous

    My husband and I tried tried Sensa for the free 30 day trial period. Our blood pressures became extremely elevated, especially mine at 193/141, and yes I was on B/P medicine. In addition, I am an RN, but did not think the ingredients in Sensa would raise our pressures. I notified the MD and sent back the Sensa. My Doctor believes the Sensa makes my b/p medicine ineffective!

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    Anonymous

    Save your money and spend it on fruit and vegetables lean meats no processed fatty foods. And exercise like walking everyday.And drink plenty of water.

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    mr.kool

    I am glad I read all these reviews,how these people stay in business? they are blue collar criminals.

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