Sensa Quench Review - Does This Energy Drink Work? Are poor taste and lack of results deal breakers?
Diet products either work or they don’t. Period. Let’s find out which one Sensa Quench is. We dug deep into the ingredients, side effects, customer-service quality and scientific research. Additionally, we examined hundreds of user comments and remarks. Then, we summarized and condensed to give you the info you need.
What is Sensa Quench?
First of all, Sensa Quench is an energy-enhancing vitamin drink. The ingredients include green tea leaf, maqui berry, guarana seed extract, b vitamins and antioxidants. You simply add one packet to a glass of water, and then drink. It’s claimed to increase metabolism, boost energy levels and support a healthy immune system. It comes in flavors such as orange crush and berry splash.
Alan Hirsch M.D. is the man behind Sensa Quench. It appears that this diet product was released around 2011. Third-party retailers sell the supplement and a single box contains 30 packets/servings. We like that it contains a few natural ingredients and that we found some positive customer comments, but read on…
Sensa Quench Ingredients – “Poor Taste”
One concern we have is the unpleasant taste. According to our Research Editor, “Some users have complained about the actual flavor of Sensa Quench energy drink packets. This is concerning, because if you can’t handle drinking this product daily, it will not benefit you at all.”
One customer stated, “The flavor is awful and the substance of it was too gritty. No matter how long I allowed it to sit in water and shaken repeatedly, it would not dissolve.”
But, a different user said this, “It’s not too bad. Kind of tastes like medicine though.”
Another posted, “A little artificial tasting. Otherwise, it seems to give me an energy boost.”
No Real Results – “Another Issue”
We are also concerned about no real weight-loss results. One customer reported, “Taste is not bad. However, Sensa Quench does not work as claimed. No weight-loss from this after 30 days.”
On the other hand, a different user said, “Gives you a little boost. But I also had some Sensa Quench side effects going on, like stomach cramps.”
“Not a bad flavor, but I really didn’t notice any impact from this drink,” revealed another.
According to our research, if there is a certain facet of a diet product that is very concerning or difficult (unpleasant taste, no real results, side effects) the probability of lasting weight-loss results is quite low. In other words, if Sensa Quench does in fact taste bad to a lot of people, this could be problematic.
The Science – “Researched?”
At DietSpotlight, we need to see some actual research that supports the product we’re investigating. Unfortunately there is no solid science provided to back up Sensa Quench energy drink and it’s marketing claims. Therefore we only see a giant red flag.
The Bottom Line – Does Sensa Quench Work?
Now the moment you’ve been waiting for. This is our bottom line on Sensa Quench. Well, we like that this product contains some green tea and caffeine to boost energy levels. But we have some doubts about this drink when it comes to weight-loss because it’s not backed by any clinical studies. Moreover, we’re concerned about the less-than-savory taste and minimal results some people have reported.
If you’d like to drop more weight, then we encourage you to select a product that is backed by solid clinical research, does not have an unpleasant taste and is easy to use/take anywhere.
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Previous Sensa Quench Review (Updated September 30, 2013):
What You Should Know about Sensa Quench
Sensa Quench is a weight loss supplements from the makers of Sensa. Sensa is a powder that dieters sprinkle on food that helps them eat less and thus, lose more weight. There is clinical evidence that Sensa diminishes appetite, which is wonderful for the dieter, but appetite is not the only problem when it comes to losing weight. Sensa Quench is a powdered drink mix designed to increase energy and help the dieter maintain weight loss. The product description claims the formula promotes a healthy metabolism, but it is expressly designed to maintain weight loss not promote weight loss.
Sensa Quench is expensive. One month’s supply retails for about $40. The ingredient list does not support the cost as the dieter can find the ingredients in this formula in just about any fat burner. Sensa Quench can be ordered online.
List of Sensa Quench Ingredients
Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Maqui Berry.
Energy Enhancing Blend: Green Tea Leaf, Guarana Seed Extract (for caffeine.)
Sensa Quench is not as reliable as Sensa, but then again the company is just trying to push more sales and maintain the customer after they have lost weight using the Sensa product. Sensa Quench contains two proven ingredients, caffeine and green tea. The caffeine source is guarana, which is not a huge concern but we are not sure why the company did not just add caffeine anhydrous as it is a powdered form of straight caffeine.
Green tea is proven to boost metabolism and help maintain healthy weight loss, but there is one problem. The amount of green tea in Sensa Quench is not listed on the product label. The dieter needs to take enough green tea to work as it does in clinical testing, but the dieter has no idea how much is in Sensa Quench.
The same goes for caffeine. We know the guarana is standardized for caffeine and caffeine does promote metabolism, energy and weight loss, but how much caffeine is included? There is only 284 mg in the Energy Enhancing Blend. The proven amount of green tea is between 300 and 350 mg, so there is no way this product contains enough green tea, let alone caffeine.
Advantages of Sensa Quench
- The formula and ingredients are listed on the main Sensa website.
- Created by a company with a proven weight loss aid.
- May promote healthy metabolism and help the dieter maintain weight loss.
Disadvantages of Sensa Quench
- Will not likely promote weight loss.
- Costs more than most dieters are willing to spend when they could be drinking green tea and gaining the same benefit.
We are not thrilled with Sensa Quench. The formula is weak and the most important ingredients are included in a proprietary blend.