Hoodia Gordonii has became one the most sought after diet products on earth. There is good reason's for this popularity, studies have shown Hoodia to a very powerful appetite suppressant. Some scientists believe that it may be the most powerful suppressant ever discovered. More accurately, the molecule that is found in the plant Hoodia Gordonii. This molecule is known as P57 and is patented by the British company PhytoPharm.
There are no documented Hoodia side effects such as racing pulse, nausea or shakiness found in other diet pills on the market. This may be because Hoodia is a naturally occurring plant, not a pharmaceutical drug. Since there are no Hoodia side effects, it is a popular choice for appetite suppression and weight loss. After CBS newswoman Lesley Stahl tried Hoodia, reported that she experienced no nausea, shakiness, dry mouth or other unpleasant side effects. “I'd have to say it did work, ” she reported.
Hoodia has been reported by some to produce a general feeling of well being. This may actually be part of what makes it so effective. Researchers believe that this feeling of well being may contribute to dieters avoiding binge eating. Binge eating is often attributed to depression or boredom. A feeling of well being may help fight these feelings.
There are numerous products out there claiming to contain Hoodia. If you choose one of these products, be advised that since Hoodia is only one of the ingredients, you may experience side effects caused by other ingredients in the supplement.
Anyone who is serious about losing weight is trying it, Some with great results. Others have not experienced any results at all. Why would this be the case? Well, there may be a few things that dieters should know before starting on the Hoodia Gordonii weight loss supplement.
Consumers are normally advised to take Hoodia for an extended period of time to achieve desired results. The average dose for Hoodia Gordonii is usually one pill an hour before your afternoon meal and one pill an hour before your evening meal. . . CONTINUE