Caruso’s Health Watch

Can it be true? A product that has been proven to convince your brain that you are not as hungry as your brain thinks you are?

The stream of new diet products is seemingly endless. Countless companies have been trying to convince consumers that certain pills, shakes and diet fads are the way to lose weight. However, take a longer look at most of these so-called new products and you quickly see that most of these ideas are not FDA approved and can be at times detrimental to your health.

 Therefore, Dr. Hirsch has been compiling data to discover a healthy alternative that will stimulate the brain to crave less and consume smaller portions. Called Sensa, it’s actually a food sprinkle that has been clinically proven to convince the brain to stop overeating. It’s tasteless and odorless, contains no stimulants and does not directly interact with the digestive system – which means there are no unpleasant side-effects. None of the horror stories associated with “fat-blockers” or stimulant based weight loss systems.

The theory behind the product is simple. It’s obvious that we eat too much, but why? It turns out that’s the way our brains are programmed. Throughout our evolutionary history, food has been scarce, so in order to ensure survival, humans have been conditioned to eat as much as they can whenever food is available. Unfortunately, when food is abundant and rich in calories, as it is today, the results can be ugly. Most Americans are not in a dire need for food for survival, and the ones that are most likely are not looking for a product such as this. We continually find ourselves over eating and feeling extremely uncomfortable and full due to over consumption.

Dr. Alan Hirsch, an intrepid doctor and scientist whose lifelong specialty has been to understand how our senses, and in particular, how smell and taste affect the brain’s functioning. Dr. Hirsch noticed that many of his patients who had lost their sense of smell and taste due to illness or accident experienced rapid weight gain. Certain smells and tastes seemed to be acting on the brain to control the appetite.

Dr. Hirsch studied hundreds of compounds and after years of research he developed a set of virtually odorless and tasteless food sprinkles, which he called “Tastants” that had a powerful impact on the body’s appetite-control center. Then, in one of the largest studies of a non-prescription weight-loss system, these Tastants were tested for effectiveness as a means of weight loss.

The results were significant. Over a 6 month period, 1,436 women and men sprinkled flavorless “Tastant” crystals on everything they ate, and lost an average of 30.5 pounds – nearly 15% of their total body weight. Moreover, participants achieved these results without having to follow any special exercise regime or diet. However continuing daily activities and eating foods that are still healthy for you will cause your body to remain healthy and active in the long run.

 According to Dr Hirsch, “With Sensa, you can eat all the foods that satisfy your senses and you don’t have to deal with any intense food cravings or feelings of starvation. Sensa merely helps you eat less of the foods you love and gain greater satisfaction from smaller portions.”

Real weight loss without diet and exercise – too good to be true? Apparently the company anticipated a somewhat skeptical response from consumers so they have introduced the product through a special Free Trial Offer therefore visit

I just happened to stumble upon this article and found it extremely interesting. If sensa can be taken without affecting the body in bad ways, perhaps it will be beneficial to us and help the Obesity population diminish. Try and look into sensa at your own pleasure. I am not saying it will work and I am not it won’t. Try it at your own leisure.

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Best regards,

Michael Caruso, Broker ABR ABRM CRB CRS GREEN GRI

2007 President, Orange County Association of Realtors (949) 753-7900

 (Thank You to the OC Register for providing Article Information)

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