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Sensa Slims On-The-Go - Sensa Weight-Loss System

  • Published: 2010-03-21 : Sensa Weight-Loss System.
  • Synopsis: Sensa Slims On-The-Go weight-loss plan introduces new convenient and pre-portioned packets for dining out and travel.

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Sensa Weight-Loss System Adds Sensa Slims On-The-Go Packets to Its Collection - By popular demand, the weight-loss plan introduces new convenient and pre-portioned packets for dining out and travel.

In March 2010, the Sensa® Weight-Loss System makes losing weight even easier with the launch of Sensa® Slims On-The-Go Packets. These convenient packets make it simple to sprinkle away the pounds when eating out, traveling or just looking to be discreet about losing weight.

"The biggest request we have seen from our customers was for single-serving packets to use when eating out at a restaurant or when traveling," says Kristin Chadwick, VP of Brand Development for Sensa. "We took these requests to heart and developed Sensa Slims to meet the needs of our customers and help make their weight-loss journey effortless."

The Sensa Slims On-The-Go Packets contain the exact same formula as Sensa Shakers and each packet contains the perfect amount of sprinkles for a standard meal. Based on several surveys, Sensa customers eat out 2-3 times a week. Sensa Slims are available in Month 1 to 6 and each month contains 20 salty packets and 10 sweet packets. Sensa Slims follow the same 6-month progression as the Sensa Weight-Loss System and are a perfect complement to the Sensa Shakers so users can easily grab a packet before dining out.

Hundreds of thousands of people across the United States have turned to the Sensa Weight-Loss System to lose weight because it's easy, effective and clinically proven. Sensa works without the restrictions of calorie counting, the inconvenience of pre-packaged meals and the side-effects of drugs and stimulants. This already-refreshingly easy system just got easier with Sensa Slims.

Sensa Slims On-The-Go Packets are available for $19.95 at trysensa.com

About Sensa - Based on over 20 years of his research linking human olfactory senses to appetite and overeating, Dr. Alan Hirsch developed the Sensa Weight-Loss System. Sensa consists of patent pending blends of scented Tastants that you sprinkle on food, and are designed to stimulate the olfactory senses and trigger satiety. Sensa has become a leading weight-loss tool to encourage portion control without restrictive dieting, stimulants or pills. www.trysensa.com

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