Starting the SENSA® Weight-Loss System may be one of the easiest ways to lose weight and keep it off. After all, it’s as simple as shaking it on everything you eat. But there is more to this revolutionary way to lose weight than a container that looks like a salt and pepper shaker. If you’re looking to lose weight on SENSA®, you might be thinking about the best way to use the program. Not knowing how much to shake or on what foods can backfire, though. To get the most out of theSENSA® Weight-Loss System, learn the simple dos and don’ts of using SENSA®.

Do Carry it With You

When you start SENSA®, you will receive two new shakers each month. The key to losing weight with SENSA® is consistency, which means you will need to shake it on everything you eat, whether you’re at home, at the office, or out on the town. To ensure that you stay on track with your weight-loss goals, carry one container with you wherever you go. Having a container in your purse or a small backpack will allow you to shake SENSA® on everything you eat, including foods at a restaurant or from the snack machine. The second container should remain at home.

Do Shake Evenly

One of the most common questions people ask about SENSA® is, “How much should I shake?” The answer is not too little and not too much, but evenly. Whether you eat fruit, meat, or vegetables, it’s important to shake SENSA® evenly on the food that you eat so that it’s equally covered. How do you know if you’re using too much? Two containers are designed to last you one month if you shake it on everything you eat. So, if you run out of SENSA® in the middle of the month, you’re using too much, and if you are left with a lot of SENSA® at the end of the month, you’re using too little.

Don’t Shake On Liquids

While SENSA® is designed to be used on nearly every food — including foods such as grapes and berries — it’s not meant to be sprinkled on liquids. So forget about shaking SENSA® on water, juice, or soda because it will saturate the Tastants. But you can still shake the product on semi-liquid foods such as cereals, hearty soups, stews, and chili.