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Is sugar addiction even a real thing?

The answer is – yes.  In fact, sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine according to Dr. Mark Hyman, who’s been researching the effect of the sweet stuff on our systems for 20 years. There is no denying the way sugary foods can impact a person’s behavioral and chemical response replicating all the signs of addiction.  Some signs include craving sugar, losing control, and eating more than you planned.  Sugar impacts all the cells of the brain.  The brain associates sugar with a reward fueling your desire to consume more and more if it.  The more you give into the sugar craving the more you condition yourself to want the sugar, making it impossible to break the cycle of sugar addiction.  Good news is, now you have Seynani's Sugar Blocker.

How can Seynani's Sugar Blocker help with my sugar addiction?

Seynani's Sugar Blocker uses sugars own conditioning tactics to end its addictive hold over you.  Seynani's Sugar Blocker achieves this incredible feat by way of taste modulation.  By naturally, safely, and temporarily blocking the tongue's ability to taste sweet from both sugar and artificial sweeteners the reward mechanism is never triggered.


Let's say you are having a bad day, there is nothing chocolate can’t fix or so we have been conditioned to believe.  But if chocolate was really the cure for a bad day then, baker's chocolate should work just as well.  The fact that baker's chocolate is not sold in every checkout lane should tell you that no one enjoys it.  The reason is because chocolate without the sweet from sugar is only bitter and easily disregarded.  Seynani’s Sugar Blocker's ability to block sweet turns addicting sweets into undesirable food.

Join the fight against sugar now.  

Try Seynani's Sugar Blocker today!



  

Comments

Alexander Cila
12:31 Thursday.11 August 2016

It’s definitely a struggle. This is exactly why we created Seynani. Some days we have the will power, some day we don’t.

Cameo
11:34 Thursday.11 August 2016

Yes sugar is definitely an addiction. Your body feels it when you go through withdrawals too. I’ve been trying to wean myself off the sugar and i’m seeing an improvement in my health. Its a daily struggle tho!

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