The weight control product Sensa is a powder you sprinkle on food. It relies on triggering a response in your brain. That response tells you that you are full. You then stop eating. Sensa works through your sense of taste and smell. Sensa ingredients do not alter the taste of food. Instead, they alter your perception of when it is time to stop eating. Sensa reviews indicate that use on all the food you consume leads to weight loss.
The first of Sensa ingredients is maltodextrin, a carbohydrate made from natural corn starch. The next ingredient is tricalcium phosphate, a compound found in dietary supplements. Sensa also contains silica in addition to natural and artificial flavors. The exact flavors and amounts of each are a protected trade secret. Sensa also contains soy and milk ingredients with the exact products again being a company secret. The soy and milk may be part of the flavors. Finally, salty and sweet tastants are added to enhance the effect.
Sensa is sold in a six month supply. Each month has a different combination of tastants so your body does not adapt to the product, thus preventing it from being effective.