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From: Kevin (68.154.225.93)
Subject:         Sensa
Date: March 30, 2010 at 11:14 am PST

Hey Jeff, I have a friend who is using a diet product called SENSA. The basic concept behind the product is as such: you get a plastic container filled with Maltodextrin, tricalcium phosphate and silica (and some other flavor stuff) in a powder form. One who covers their "meat lovers" with this will soon lose weight because they will fill "fuller" "faster." The way the program works is that you get a new plastic shaker every month with different stuff in it. This is to keep the body from developing a resistance to the magic dust. Shock the body, keeping it real! I understand why this will not work as a mechanism for health as I am already a big Veg Source fan. But what is a good response for the great unwashed out there who are seeking belt reduction through SENSA? Is it harmful? What the heck dos maltodextrin have to do with speeding up the "full signal" to the brain? What is the science behind this? THANKS

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