Can The Manipulation Of Smell Lead To Weight Loss?

07/19/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011

LIKE almost every dieter in America, Wendy Bassett has used all sorts of weight-loss products. Nothing worked, she said, until she tried Sensa: granules she scatters on almost everything she eats, and which are supposed to make dieters less hungry by enhancing the smell and taste of food.

Every time I touch a piece of food, I pour it on," said Ms. Bassett, 34, an accountant in Tyler, Tex. She has been using Sensa since February. So far, she said, she has lost 30 pounds.


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