America is always looking for the next miracle pill to make them thin. However, most pills increase your metabolism with unsafe ingredients. An all new diet pill has hit the market. It’s all natural and contains no stimulants. This means you won’t sit at work sweating in your chair; itching to get out the door and move!
WHERE IT COMES FROM: An African succulent plant.
HOW IT WAS DISCOVERED:
For thousands of years the Bushmen (men who cut down dried brush) have been eating Hoodia Gordonii to decrease appetite and increase energy. While the Bushmen knew all about the powers of Hoodia, it was not until the mid 60’s that the first research was done on Hoodia as an appetite suppressant. Even then, it took another 30 years for South African laboratories to isolate the specific appetite suppressing ingredient in Hoodia. This ingredient was called P57 (or p-57) and licensed to the British pharmaceutical company – Phytopharm (credit)”
THE EFFECTS OF HOODIA:
– No, you won’t hallucinate and run around naked (like some plants). You will mearly eat less! “By December of 2001, and $20 million later, Phytopharm had the first clinical study that showed obese people who took P57 (extracted from Hoodia Gordonii) ate 1,000 calories fewer per day with no adverse side effects! Simply put, if you took P57, your desire to eat was extremely reduced (credit)”
Buyer BEWARE: Not all hoodia supplements are made equal! Check into your supplement company.
“If you see a line like “Contains Only 100% Pure Whole Hoodia Gordonii Plant” you might think this is a strong positive. The catch is that the Bushmen always peel away the outer skin and remove the spines from the Hoodia before eating it. If you take the whole plant, skin, roots and all, and crush it into powder – a large percentage of what you get (40%) is just skin and roots, which have no appetite suppressant effect. The P57 molecule was extracted from the heart of Hoodia Gordonii, so this is what you want in your supplement – not the skin (credit).”
* The Hoodia should come from the Kalahari desert. This desert provides the right climate for growing this plant. Mexico and other place can not mimic this climate.
“By legal agreement with the San people, any company that harvests Hoodia from the Kalahari desert must pay royalties to the San Bushmen. Since the government controls and regulates the farms that grow Hoodia Gordonii, any company legally harvesting Hoodia has to pay royalties. In addition, Hoodia is a protected plant, so it is illegal to harvest wild Hoodia from the Kalahari desert(credit)”
If you choose your supplement company wisely then you too can see the benefits of the hoodia plant. Taking this supplement at night when most of America tends to overeat can help you stand out in the crowd and turn heads.