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Warning: Health-related businesses may cause serious injury
Most of us would be aware of and concerned about the crisis facing our health sector and the deadly consequences we will face if we don't fix health-care access, quality and delivery as a matter of urgency. But there is another health-related storm on
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TCV Private Equity Firm Sued Over Sensa Diet Powder's Demise
Technology Crossover Ventures was sued in state court in Los Angeles by Windmill Health Products LLC, which agreed in 2010 to distribute Sensa, a powder sprinkled on food. U.S. sales of the weight-loss product totaled $ 364 million between 2008 and …
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Sensa Trentino SL Comp

Sensa Trentino SL Comp
Thanks to some beautifully smoothed welds and a satin black finish, you could be forgiven for thinking the Sensa has a carbon frame. You have to look very closely indeed to see any evidence of joins at all, and the subtly profiled and manipulated tubes
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Sensa reveals 2015 Aquila SL and Calabria road bikes
Dutch bike brand Sensa have revealed their 2015 range of bikes, available exclusively through retailer Merlin Cycles. The highlights are two all-new carbon fibre models, the Aquila SL and Calabria, and joined by the unchanged Giulia as the flagship
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Just in: Sensa Aquila SL
The Aquila SL is a brand new bike for 2015 from Dutch company Sensa, available exclusively in the UK through Merlin Cycles. A choice of builds are available, but we've got our hands on the Shimano Ultegra 11-speed mechanical model which will set you …
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Health Hound Announces Free Investigative Report on Sensa After Bravo?s Patti Stanger Credits the Product to Weight Loss {twittertitle}{linksharetitle}{shareasaletitle}

Houston, TX, (PRWEB) July 06, 2012

After Bravo?s Millionaire Matchmaker, Pati Stanger announced she had lost weight from the weight-loss product Sensa, Henry The Health Hound announced a new investigational report aimed at helping interested users find out about the product. The company?s goal is to help people avoid weight loss supplement scams and get detailed reviews on how these products work. The new report focuses specifically on the Sensa product and offers a complete, investigative report which details how the product works and gives the Sensa product a rating based on quality.

The company announced the new free investigative report aimed specifically at the Sensa weight loss supplement, after Stanger debuted her slimmer figure and claimed that Sensa was responsible for her drastic weight loss. The health investigation site hopes that the new report can help those inspired by Stanger?s weight loss get real facts on Sensa and whether or not the product is safe to use and if it will work for those looking for weight loss help.

The new promotion, which allows users to access the in-depth investigative report for free, was launched after the Millionaire Matchmaker made her Sensa debut. The investigation site has launched the current promotion and free offer on their website and is offering the insider information to anyone looking to get facts on Sensa and other weight loss supplement.

The company?s latest offer is currently live on their company website and available to the public. To find out more about the company and their product reviews, visit: http://www.healthhound.org/sensa/.







Sensa Review – Magic or Crap?

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FTC settles four “fad weight-loss” cases totaling million
The FTC brought charges against , its parent company and two individuals for deceptive advertising (the “defendants”). The company advertised that its food additive, Sensa, makes people feel full faster, causing them to eat less and lose weight
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