The End of Overeating
“MealEnders help bridge the gap between physical fullness and satiety. They're a powerful tool to help you avoid excess calories.”
MealEnders are taste-bud scintillating 15-calorie lozenges that help you beat overeating, master portion control and curb snacking. They're a tasty treat you can take anywhere, anytime to help satisfy and end cravings.
Breaks the behavioral cycle of overeating and snacking
Provides a sensory cue for dessert, followed by a palate cleanse
Teaches sustainable habits
In a clinical study at a top university, participants:
Cut calorie intake 231 cal/day on average without increased hunger
Exhibited increased mindfulness and restraint in eating behavior
Reported reduced consumption of unhealthy desserts and snacks
A Stanford University study found that overweight participants who used MealEnders... ate about 200 fewer daily calories... “That could amount to a 10- to 15-plus-pound weight loss in a year,” [registered dietitian] Upton says.- Reader's Digest Online
Based on behavioral psychology and sensory science, MealEnders
reward and reset your taste buds with two components:
provides a measured dose of “dessert,” a signal typically associated with the end of a meal.
engages the trigeminal nerve to clear the palate, cue the end of eating, and train your mind to recognize when it’s time to stop
MealEnders are adaptable for use any time of day
and for most any eating challenge:
Avoid oversized portions, unneeded seconds, or dessert.
Eliminate or reduce excess or mindless snacking and resist junk food cravings
Make better choices when eating out or shopping knowing MealEnders will help control your urges.
I’m not craving or going to my refrigerator all night long… I take a MealEnders and that takes care of the craving, and I go to bed and go to sleep.—Bette C.
It really works for me to have my meal, get up, clean the table and go ahead and have a MealEnder while I’m cleaning up. And it takes my mind off of “what am I going to have for dessert tonight” and then I feel full.—Trinity T.
The most surprising thing about MealEnders is how effective it is without any stimulants in there. There is no caffeine…it's only 15 calories. There’s no bad side effects. So the product works based on that it's doing something for your mouth—it’s making your mouth happy.—Larry K.
MealEnders have given me optimism that I can make better food choices and actually meet my weight loss goals.—Susan P.
I don’t consider mealenders a weight control item. I just look at it as a great snack, and that helps me to control my appetite.—Cindy M.
Back in the day, I would choose slices of cake or two scoops of ice cream. I don't need that anymore, I don't feel deprived when I have MealEnders… and that's huge. I used to feel deprived; not anymore.—Rona O.
It works for me because it somehow signals to my brain that, ‘you’re done. This is your full stop for eating. Now the mouth is shut.’—Geeta R.
Dubbed "The Antidote to Overeating," these 15-calorie treats have two layers: a dessert-y one to satisfy your sweet tooth, followed by a tingly core to distract your brain from wanting seconds. Verrry interesting. In flavors like Cinnamon and Chocolate Mint, they're actually really tasty.
"These small candies reset your taste buds so that you don't feel the urge to eat. MealEnders contain no stimulants and are regulated as a food product so they have to follow strict guidelines of the Food and Drug Administration, unlike many diet and weight loss supplements."
"The packaging claims it helps stop overeating through sensory science. We popped one after a recent steak dinner and it did indeed curb our urge to go back for more."