Two years ago, team Seynani started working on Sweet Zap to help people overcome sugar cravings once and for all. We helped a lot of people struggling with sugar cravings, but there are still so many people who struggle with this addiction alone.
RESTON, Va. (PRWEB) June 28, 2018
Sweet Zap by Seynani is an-natural sugar blocker spray to help people wean themselves off of sweets made from sugar and artificial sweeteners.
Seynani is a locally owned startup that combines traditional Ayurvedic remedies with western science, helping people achieve a healthy lifestyle. Two years ago, team Seynani started working on Sweet Zap to help people overcome sugar cravings once and for all. They helped a lot of people struggling with sugar cravings, but there are still so many people who struggle with this addiction alone.
There are 600,000 food items in America and 80 percent of them have added sugar. The brain lights up with sugar just like it does with cocaine or heroin; sugar is turning us into addicts. Sugar companies today are acting like tobacco companies 30 years ago. Seynani was started to combat the big sugar companies and free people from sugar's addictive hold.
Sweet Zap is an innovative, one of a kind, conditioning tool. Sweet Zap can help you train your brain to say no sweets (sugar AND artificial sweeteners) once and forever. By safely and temporarily blocking the taste of sweets from unhealthy foods and drinks, the brain can be conditioned to stop craving them all together. Sweet Zap is an all-natural, herbal blend that is sprayed directly on the tongue before trying something sweet. The herbal blend fills the sweet receptors on the tongue preventing the activation of dopamine (the addiction neurotransmitter) from sugar and its artificial counterpart. Sweet Zap is easy to use and works immediately. As a conditioning tool, people have ended their sugar cravings by simply spraying Sweet Zap on the tongue and then trying the sweet they are craving.
Co-Founder Appy Vohra believes that GNC and Seynani's shared commitment to health, nutrition, and compassion is what brought the two companies together.
Ms. Vohra immigrated to America in 2010 from India where she learned firsthand sugar's addictive hold over people. "I come from a culture where we ate sugary tea after every meal and sweets multiple times a day. Because of that, my father, who has type 2 diabetes, has struggled to stop eating sweets. Seeing how it affected his life, I knew he needed help. This is why I stand behind Seynani."