Tami Lyon, RD, MPH

MealEnders bridge the gap between physical fullness and receiving that stronger neurological feedback. They are a powerful tool to help get you through that overeating zone—without consuming excess calories.

—Tami Lyon, MPH, RD

Chief Nutrition Officer, MealEnders

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What Are MealEnders?

The common sense way to beat overeating, master portion control, and curb snacking using behavioral & sensory science.

  • Addresses the psychology of eating
  • Break the behavioral cycle of overeating and snacking
  • Provides a sensory cue for dessert, followed by a cleansing taste
  • Sustainable results
  • No drugs
  • No supplements

Why MealEnders Work

Why MealEnders Work

Duo-Sensory Taste System

a MealEnder consists of two components:

Sweet Outer Reward Layer

provides a measured dose of "dessert," a signal typically associated with the end of a meal

Cooling/Tingling Center

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

Engages Brain + Body

using a combination of behavioral psychology and sensory science, MealEnders work with your body's natural hunger and fullness signaling process

When To Use MealEnders

Opportunities to change your eating behaviors are plentiful. MealEnders work for you any time of day.

What People Are Saying

"MealEnders addresses human behavior through sensory science. MealEnders is about closing the gap between fullness and feeling full. Nothing wacky."
—Barb Stuckey
Author, Taste: Surprising Stories And Science About Why Food Tastes Good
Hungry Girl

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...

About.com

"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."

WeightWatchers Magazine

"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."

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