Dr Oz: Is Sensa Powder a Placebo Effect? Sensa Ingredients Unknown?

Dr Oz: What Is In Sensa?

Dr Oz invited the creator of Sensa Weight Loss Powder, Dr Alan Hirsch, to talk about Sensa Diet Results, as well as explaining how and why the product works. Now that we have an idea of what the product is designed to do, and the positive results that some people are having, Dr Oz invited some impartial experts into the conversation about Sensa Ingredients and the placebo effect.

Dr Oz: Sensa Weight Loss Diet Results

Earlier, Doctor Oz mentioned that he is concerned about the idea that the Sensa diet allows you to eat junk food you know is bad for you and still lose weight. But what other criticisms do experts have about it?

Comments

  1. Zdzislaw Meglicki says

    I’m almost sure Sensa is a placebo. The listed ingredients do nothing. The trick, supposedly, is in the flavouring. But it is just flavouring (and mild to that). It doesn’t do anything for real. So, how does it work, if it works at all? It makes you go through the ceremony of sprinkling the stuff on everything you eat. This makes you look closely at what you eat: no nibbling! The brochure tells you, you won’t need to eat so much. So, you make a smaller portion, sprinkle the stuff and… magically, you don’t feel hungry afterwards. The truth is, you wouldn’t feel hungry afterwards anyway. The hunger would go away naturally after half an hour without any sprinkling–this is how stomach works.

    The reason you reach for Sensa is because you eat too much, not just enough. So, if you make the portion a little smaller you lose the excess weight. The Sensa trick is to fool you into doing so.

  2. says

    It IS a placebo. A friend of mine who is a medical doctor told me that it is. While it is true that some ingredients in Sensa are unknown, he carefully reviewed each ingredient with me, explaining each respective purpose. He went on to explain that he had personally seen many strong placebo cases regarding a variety of illnesses. The illnesses he described having benefited from placebo were both real and imagined conditions. He added that it was his opinion that if someone actually experienced weight loss or health benefits from using a placebo, that they should continue use. That explained, if it’s working for you, it would be a good decision to continue use. However, he did mention that the expense involved may not outweigh the benefits based on his understanding of the product. He actually likened it to another weight loss supplement, Alli, which he confirmed is only actually responsible for a weight loss of approximately 8 pounds per year for the average person. I hope that this helps you in your decisions regarding diet supplements.

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