HOW TO USE:
1. Spray Sweet Zap by Seynani on your tongue. Remember 3 BIG SPRAYS to start and then move on to 1-2 per your taste buds.
Make sure you get the tip of the tongue and also cover the roof and walls of your mouth.
2. Then try the sweet you’re craving IMMEDIATELY. Do NOT wait.
3. That sweet won’t taste appealing anymore and you’ll be able to stop after one bite or one sip. PORTION CONTROL EASILY!
4. Even better? Condition yourself away from sweets altogether. Achieve healthy weight loss.
Remember! Not everyone's taste buds are the same. For some people, 1 spray might work but for some it might be 2 or 3 sprays.
1. EVERYONE HAS A DIFFERENT NUMBER OF TASTE BUDS.
We all have several thousand taste buds in our mouths, but the number varies from person to person. The average range is between 2000 and 10,000. And taste buds are not limited to your tongue; They can be found in the roof and walls of your mouth, throat, and esophagus. As you age, your taste buds become less sensitive, which experts believe may be why foods that you don’t like as a child become palatable to you as an adult.
2. YOU MIGHT BE A “SUPERTASTER.
One in 4 people have extra papillae in your tongue. That means you have a greater number of taste buds, and thus more specific taste receptors.
3. SOME OF YOUR TASTE PREFERENCES ARE GENETIC.
The first discovery of a genetic underpinning to taste came in 1931, when chemist Arthur Fox was working with powdered PTC (phenylthiocarbamide), and some of the compound blew into the air. One colleague found it to have a bitter taste, while Fox did not perceive that.