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Hoodia Gordonii Diet - Contradictory Opinions

Updated on March 12, 2011

Among the weight loss products, one of the most famous originates in a cactus-like plant that lives in the Kalahari Desert of Southern Africa. The extract of this plant is called Hoodia Gordonii and for many who experience problems with their weight, it is a very powerful weapon.

The wonderful properties of this plant have been known for centuries; the San people chew parts of it when they go for long hunts. The plant reduced their hunger and their thirst.

The club of the Hoodia Gordonii gains more members every day. Though there are others having serious doubts about the effects and safety of this product. This article will present the main points in favor and against the usage of this weight loss product in order to serve as a guide in your purchase decision.

Those who have used Hoodia Gordonii as a weight loss remedy claim that this product really worked wonders with their body. Considerably reducing their appetite and thirst are among the effects mentioned by enthusiastic Hoodia users. Thus, they claim to have lost weight.

Clinical studies have identified the active molecule in this product to be P57. This molecule has the ability to make the brain of the person using it think themselves full. The energy level of the person using Hoodia increases considerably and the physical activity accelerates the slimming process.

Unlike prescribed medications that have a similar appetite suppressant effect, Hoodia Gordonii has no harmful effects or consequences on the human body.

One of the main reasons people with weight issues choose Hoodia Gordonii to help them with their weight loss is the fact that this product is totally natural, being an extract from a cactus in South Africa. Thus, being natural and very effective, for many people who trust it, Hoodia Gordonii is the best alternative to help them in the attempt of losing weight.

In spite of such wonderful testimonials about Hoodia Gordonii, there are some cons for it as well. One of them is the limited supply of the plant it is extracted from. This leads to an insufficient amount of pure plant included in the pill formula. Because of this, the substance cannot gain the full slimming effect the user is seeking. Some of the Hoodia Gordonii producers add other chemical ingredients to a reduced amount of pure plant, which decreases the chances of the user to lose weight.

Before purchasing one of the Hoodia Gordonii based product, always check the label and carefully check the amount of Hoodia Gordonii contained in every pill. This will help you avoid fake products and get those amazing slimming effects you hoped for by using a high quality product.

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