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Introduction

Sensa Clinical ReviewOur hats go off to the R&D team over at Sensa Clinical. Never before have we seen a carb blocker product that is intended to be sprinkled across food prior to consumption – a very innovative concept indeed!

In this Sensa Clinical review, we’re taking an in-depth look into this product to establish what we believe consumers can realistically expect from it.

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What Is Sensa Clinical?

Sensa Clinical Weight Loss Formula is a carbohydrate-calorie inhibitor (a.k.a a carb blocker) created by a US-based company named Sensa Products LLC.

One pack of Sensa Clinical contains 30 sachets, costs $59.99 and will last users for approximately one month based on the directions of pouring one sachet over one meal per day; it can be ordered directly from the official Sensa Clinical manufacturer website, Amazon and GNC.

As the name suggests, Sensa Clinical is targeted towards those who are looking to lose weight. Rather than being a conventional stimulant-based formula that is designed to “burn fat” and boost metabolic rates, Sensa Clinical claim that their Weight-Loss Formula helps reduce the caloric value of your meals, therefore allowing you to easily reduce your daily calorie intake.

Consumers of this product are promised “easy weight loss”. They are told that by applying Sensa Clinical to a meal, they will be reducing the calorie content of that meal by up to 350 calories.

Does Sensa Clinical Work?

Based on our research into this product, we believe that Sensa Clinical may genuinely be useful for those looking to lose weight, but only if it is used in the correct manner.

Firstly, it is important to note that this is by no means a miracle weight loss pill that can melt away your excess body fat. Sensa Clinical does not have the ability to “burn body fat”, nor is it really going to do much to curb your appetite. This product is what we’d class as a “carb blocker”, and should be looked at as a weight loss aid, rather than a quick fix for a bad diet and inactive lifestyle.

The ingredients inside Sensa Clinical are primarily designed to help inhibit carbohydrate calorie absorption, thus lowering your daily caloric intake down. It may seem obvious, but in order for this product to be effective, you’ll need to be sprinkling it over carb-heavy meals. If your diet is typically low in carbohydrates, there won’t really be much of a “calorie-reducing” effect, due to there being no carbs for Sensa Clinical to block.

It goes without saying that you’re going to need to put yourself on a low calorie diet in order to see weight loss results from this product. If you’re still eating an caloric surplus then you’ll continue to gain weight. Sensa Clinical is going to help you lower the caloric value of your carb-heavy meals, but if you’re still eating too much you’ll likely end up disappointed.

The Pros & Cons Of Sensa Clinical

Below we’ve listed everything we like and dislike about this product:

The Pros

  • Can help block carbohydrate calorie absorption.
  • May help regulate blood sugar levels.

The Cons

  • Formula doesn’t contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • Product is unlikely to reduce the user’s appetite.
  • May alter the taste of your food according to some reviews.

What Are The Sensa Clinical Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts via the GNC website:

One Pack Contains: Niacin 70mg, Calcium 45mg, Chromium 63mg, Sodium 10mg and Proprietary Blend (Phaseolus Vulgaris, Silybum Marianum Extract, Theobroma Cacao Extract).

Is Sensa Clinical Safe?

Based on the ingredients inside Sensa Clinical, we believe that it is very likely safe. The formula is stimulant-free and doesn’t contain any banned substances.

What Are The Sensa Clinical Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Skin irritation
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Sensa Clinical Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Sensa Clinical review testimonials via customers online:

Previously I had used this product but it was no longer available. After having had my baby I had been looking for it again and finally I found it in a new version and I am very happy with the results, less than a month and I am already in size 6 of size 10. I will continue using this product forever, so in love with it. 🙂

So far I have lost 5lbs and I will continue to see how it goes

Our Final Verdict On Sensa Clinical

To conclude our Sensa Clinical review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.

The most reassuring part is that the product genuinely does contain useful carbohydrate-blocking ingredients – while the delivery method is a little unorthodox (you literally need to sprinkle it onto your food), the ingredients may genuinely help lower the caloric value of your meals.

Sensa Clinical may also help contribute towards macronutrient metabolism and help regulate your blood sugar levels.

Like most weight loss products, there are indeed some downsides. Sensa Clinical will not directly “burn away body fat”, so don’t expect miracle like weight loss results without having to change your diet and exercise regiment – it’s a helping-hand product, not a quick-fix.

Furthermore, the product probably isn’t going to help curb your appetite and may give your meals an unpleasant taste.

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