Sensei offers Weight Loss for iPod touch and iPhone
For the billion or so Chinese around the world who are celebrating Chinese New Year at the moment (count me in, hence this later than normal post due to the feasting, cheers Al!), it can be a difficult time to stick to the diet resolution that you made just three weeks plus ago. Well, good thing there are companies out there who are looking for you, and one of them is Sensei Inc., a familiar name when it comes to mobile and Web-based wellness solutions, having made available its innovative weight loss program known as Sensei for Weight Loss at Apple’s App Store. This means tens of millions of iPhone and iPod touch users will now be able to take advantage of this program at an introductory price of $24.95 for 3 months of Sensei Anywhere, which offers unbridled access on both their mobile device and desktop.
Sensei aims to be different from its competitors as it does not bother with calorie counts, points monitoring or even attending meetings and keeping journals – no sir, Sensei works on a supposedly higher level by offering expert advice from a team of psychologists, physicians, nutritionists and engineers in the form of a practical program that pushes forward simple changes in your lifestyle which can be easily implemented without feeling any noticeable drawbacks. When incorporated into one’s daily routine, it is more or less guaranteed that long-term weight loss will succeed. Here we are hoping that you achieve your weight loss goal before your iPhone or iPod touch breaks down.
Just for comparison’s sake, NutriSystem ($492) and Weight Watchers ($686/online program) can’t compare with the Sensei for Weight Loss Mediterranean diet meal plan that does not cost you more than two Benjamins monthly, whihc is a good thing in these times of economic turmoil. Then again, if you can afford an iPhone or iPod touch, you should have some sort of disposable income each month for more expensive programs, but hey – it’s all about maximizing the value of the dollar, right? We still think nothing beats a sensible diet plan, regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle.