New Hoodia Label Makes Sense


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Bigger is not always better, especially when it comes to helping the overweight with the challanges of weight loss.

As soon as Hoodia Gordonii was recognised as being a potent natural aid to help with weight loss, the major herbal manufacturers started to bring various Hoodia based supplements to the market.

Then, as interest grew, major US and UK television stations ran documentaries about Hoodia, resulting in tens of ‘smaller players’ springing to life, producing their own ‘mini-branded’ products.

As competition has grown, some facts have been marketed as fiction, with some fiction, being marketed as Hoodia fact.

One of the challenges the Hoodia consumer faces today, is deciphering the fact from the fiction, and so make an informed choice about the best product to buy.

As the Hoodia supplements marketplace has become intense, the latest hype surrounds the required Hoodia dosage size, with some brands launching 750mg, 1000mg, and even 1250mg size tablets.

As impressive as that sounds, the larger supplements allow little room for the consumer to find the right dosage for their specific requirements. Hoodia Gordonii is a highly effective weight loss ingredient, and though safe to use, should still be used in the smallest amounts necessary to do the job. Shocking the system by taking 3 1250mg of Hoodia a day (or more according to some manufacturers), could be asking for trouble in some people.

That is why Hoodia Diet SENSE has been launched.

Hoodia Diet SENSE, is pure Hoodia Gordonii, from the Kalahari, manufactured in the USA to FDA and GMP guidelines and practices. It is also a much more practical and safe dosage of 250mg.

Users can start of at 250mg, 3 times a day, and steadily and gently increase the dosage to find their right level of gradual weight loss (we recommend a maximum serving size of 750mg built up over a small period of time). Everyone is unique, which is why everyone needs to take the time to find their perfect dosage.

There is also a side bonus for the consumer – the price.

Rather than the inflated prices that match some of the inflated tablets that many Hoodia merchants are marketing, we have much more affordable pricing, meaning that more people will be able to find support in dealing with their weight issues.

We hope to reach the consumers that are unable or unwilling to spend 40.00 or more for a bottle of Hoodia, especially if Hoodia is new to them. There is a huge untapped potential market with consumers waiting for the price to fall into their comfort zone to make that decision to buy.

Hoodia Diet Sense meets the “gold standard" for Hoodia supplements, only using grade A 100% pure South African Hoodia Gordonii. We only use the “core" of the stem that contains the active appetite suppressing molecules, making for a high quality product. The manufacturing profile meets and exceeds FDA and GMP standards, with no less than five quality control measures in place throughout the manufacturing process. And all orders are shipped with copies of our CITES Export Certificate and Quality Control Certificate of Analysis.

For anyone seeking an all natural high quality weight loss supplement at a very reasonable price, we believe our Hoodia diet SENSE completely fill that need. Hoodia Diet Sense makes Hoodia safe, more effective and now affordable.

“We are all very excited to be a part of this bit of Hoodia history at It is not just a chance to bring a remarkable product to many more consumers but a chance to let others in on a great business opportunity. " Deborah Patrie, Diet SENSE wholesaler continued to say: “Many resellers will be needed to fill the demand for the Diet Sense brand. We see a bright future ahead for everyone working with us to spread the news of this new and exciting Hoodia product. "

Deborah Patrie


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