Hoodia - appetitie suppressant

Hoodia Gordonni  60 tablets 10.99 (+1.00 p+p if not collected)


Statistics show that 23% of women

Statistics show that 23% of women and 21% of men in the UK are obese


Imagine this, an organic pill that kills the appetitie and attacks obesity.


It has no known side effects , and contains a molecule that fools your brain into believing you are full.


Deep inside the African Kalahari desert, grows an ugly cactus-like plant called the Hoodia.  It thrives in extremely high temperatures and takes years to mature.


The San Bushmen of the Kalahari, one of the worlds oldest and most primitive tr5ibes, had been eating Hoodia for thousands of years, to save off hunger during long hunting trips.


When South African scientists were routinely testing it, they discovered


the plant contained a previously unknown molecule, which has since been christened P57


 The licence was sold to a Cambridgeshire bio-pharmaceuitcal company, who in turn sold the the development and marketing rights to the giant Pfizer Corporation.


How does Hoodia work?


There is a part of the brain, the hypothalamus, where there are  nerve cells that detect the levels of blood sugar in the body.


When you eat, the blood sugar goes up because of the food.  These cells

become active with the rising blood sugar and tell your brain you are full .


The Hoodia appears to contain a substance which works with the nerve cells in the brain and fool it into thinking you are full when you have eaten much less than you normally would.


Clinical trails have been carried out using rats.  These animals will normally eat anything.  Half of the rats were given hoodia, half were not given the treatment.  The half that were fed the hoodia, stopped eating.


Phase one clinical trials have been conducted in humans.  A group of morbidly obese people were studied in an enclosed unit – with no contact from the outside world during the trail period.


All the volunteers could do all day was read papers, watch television and eat.


Half were given hoodia, half placebo.  Fifteen days later, the hoodia group had reduced their calorie intake by 1000 calories.


How to take Hoodia


Each tablet contains 400mg of Hoodia Gordoni.


Take one tablet 3 times daily about 1 hour before meals, and ensure that you maintain a fluid intake of 2 litres per day.


People who are very overweight may need a higher dose.  Please ask for advice about dosing.


You should take care not to combine too many different products, as they may interact, and cause problems.




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