No Sweet is a homeopathic spray that's been made to dull the taste of sweet foods in order to reduce users' cravings. The spray-in-the-mouth solution is produced in the United States and is made up of Gymnema Sylvestre leaf extracts, along with spearmint, peppermint, and basil essential oils. It's stated that the oils will make sweet foods taste unappetizing for up to three hours after a user has administered the spray, without affecting the taste of other foods the user might consume.
The cost of No Sweet is $19.99 plus $6.95 shipping for a total price of $26.94.
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To allow No Sweet to work for you, you'll need to deliver one spray of it into your mouth, straight onto the top of your tongue. You'll only need one spray, so you shouldn't waste the contents of your bottle by spraying the solution into your mouth two or more times.
After waiting a couple of minutes for the spray to do its work, go ahead and consume food as you normally would. You should notice that anything sweet that you eat or drink, regardless of whether it contains natural or artificial sugars, is rather bland and tasteless. However, vegetables, meats, fish, grains, and dairy products that don't contain a lot of sugar should still be appetizing.
You can expect the effects of your No Sweet spray to wear off after about three hours, so after that time has passed, you'll be able to deliver another spray to your tongue. If you're not experiencing sugar cravings any longer, though, you can opt to hold off your spraying until a later time.
The No Sweet formula will taste minty as it hits your tongue, so if you don't mind the taste of mint-flavored toothpaste, you likely won't mind the taste of this spray. Even if you don't like mint flavoring, you may be able to tolerate one spray every three hours (at most) in order to minimize your sugar cravings.
This formula comes in one or two-ounce bottles, and regardless of which size you choose, you'll get two bottles in a set. Each one-ounce bottle contains enough of the solution for 180 sprays, so it follows that a double-sized bottle will offer you 360 sprays. Due to the fact that none of these bottles are extremely big, you'll be able to carry any one of them in a handbag, a backpack, or your vehicle's glove compartment.
Aside from real sugar, No Sweet will also dull the taste of various common artificial sweeteners, such as the aspartame that's typically used in diet soda. Therefore, if you're trying to cut back on your consumption of those artificial ingredients, this spray can help you on that front, too. Cutting back on artificial sweeteners may not do much to help your waistline or the number that appears on your weigh scale, but it may benefit your overall health.
The formula for No Sweet is made in the United States, so you can use it with the knowledge that certain safety standards have been followed during its formulation.
The vast majority of people have realized that the over-consumption of sugary foods can lead to a large amount of unhealthy weight gain. Once you start using your No Sweet spray, though, you may no longer want to eat sugary food items at all, so the pounds or inches may automatically start to melt off of you. This may come as a relief to people who don't have time to exercise a lot but still don't want to be overweight or obese.
No Sweet contains no chemicals, so there's no risk of potentially exposing yourself to toxic effects by using it. If you're concerned about the side effects of any of the natural ingredients within the formula, you'll be able to easily search for information about them online.
It wouldn't be fun if this spray were to dull the taste of all foods, as human beings generally enjoy getting some pleasure from eating. Luckily, the spray only dulls the taste of the sweet foods that tend to be most harmful to a person's health and weight. If you bite into a burger, a piece of pizza, or a crunchy carrot, it should still taste the same as it always has, even right after you've given your mouth a spray.
The ingredients included in the No Sweet formula have been chosen based on ancient homeopathic knowledge, and there's no modern scientific or medical evidence that the formula will be successful. Your doctor may be skeptical of the formula, and you might be, too, especially if you're a skeptic by nature or you work in the scientific community. While the formula's natural ingredients are unlikely to do you any harm, using the formula could end up being a waste of time and energy for some people.
If you've got a child who's overweight or obese, or you're concerned that they may become so, it could be tempting to spray some of this in their mouth or even in their food. However, even if you can get a child to willingly ingest the spray, it may only be safe for adults, as adults can typically handle higher concentrations of most substances without experiencing harm. You should allow a child to use this type of spray if and only if their pediatrician or family doctor has given their approval.
The No Sweet spray has been designed to be sprayed in the mouth only, and you must aim directly at your tongue as you deliver a spray. You should not be ingesting it through your nose or spraying it on any area of your skin. Along the same lines, even though it has a minty fresh taste, it won't work as a substitute for toothpaste or fluoride, so it shouldn't be used on the teeth. This will not increase its effectiveness when it comes to reducing cravings.
Sugar cravings can lead to many trips to stores or restaurants to stock up on cookies, donuts, chocolate milk, candy, and the like. When you reduce or eliminate your cravings by using No Sweet one or more times a day, however, you may no longer find yourself going to get junk food as often (if at all). If you eliminate your junk food runs altogether, and only pick up what you need to eat for your health and sustenance, your weekly food bill could end up being cut in half.
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