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Hoodia – Weight Loss and Controversy

Natural Dietary Weight Loss Supplement: Hoodia Diet Tabs

There is so much bunk Hoodia available on the market. We waited to tell you about the benefits of this amazing natural
product until we found a top quality Hoodia.

When you experience real Hoodia Gordonii in a concentrated “20:1” formulation
for ultimate potency, you will understand this plants potential.

This incredible plant has been used in Africa for thousands of years to control hunger as well as boost energy on
long trips, without any of the side-effects of caffeine or ephedra. There are several pharmaceutical companies researching
this plant presently; they know the massive potential of this newly-discovered (in the West), and want to capitalize
on it, but with a giant price tag for the consumer.

Questions & Answers:

Q: What is all the Hype?
A: What if you could fool your brain into believing you are full? Imagine the weight you could lose if you could
just reduce your appetite! Now you can with 100% Pure Hoodia Gordonii! Hoodia is a cactus that grows deep inside
the African Kalahari desert thriving in extremely high temperatures. The San Bushmen of the Kalahari, one of the
world’s oldest and most primitive tribes, have been eating the Hoodia plant for thousands of years, to stave 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. This molecule fools your brain
into believing you are full making it easier to lose that excess weight. Hoodia
Diet Tabs have no known side-effects, it is stimulant free, will not give you the shakes, make your heart race,
or raise your body temperature.

Q: What is Hoodia?
A: A type of cactus. Hoodia Gordonii is a succulent in the family Asclepiadaceae. It forms multi-stemmed clumps 45cm
(18in) high and bears unpleasant-smelling, pale purple disc-shaped flowers 7.5-10cm (3-4in) in diameter. Hoodia
Gordonii grows in semi-arid areas of South Africa. The San people, formerly known as bushmen, of the Kalahari eat
the bitter-tasting plant on long hunting expeditions.

Q: Is Pure Hoodia a Drug?
A: No. Hoodia Diet Tabs are an all natural dietary
supplement and contains NO Caffeine or Ephedra.

Q: Are there any side effects?
A: There are no known side effects.

Q: How much Hoodia should I use?
A: For adults, take one 1 or 2 tablets about one hour before meals with 8 oz. water. Each Hoodia
Diet Tabs capsule contains 50 MG pure Hoodia Gordonii refined powder. If you frequently crave a midnight snack,
an additional capsule in the evening might help to curb those late-night cravings.

Q: What is the source of your Hoodia?
A: Hoodia Diet Tabs are grown on privately owned farms
in South Africa. The harvested Hoodia Gordonii is then sun dried and legally imported into the United States.

RESEARCH:

Hoodia are natives to the semi-deserts of S. Africa and Namibia. There are about 20 species in this family. The
plant form a clump of short, upright stem in pale green. These plants are very difficult to grow and need a lot of
attention and control of watering, temperature and sunlight.

CBS 60 Minutes Report:

Each year, people spend more than $40 billion on products designed to help them slim down. None of them seem to
be working very well.

Now along comes hoodia. Never heard of it? Soon it’ll be tripping off your tongue, because hoodia is a natural substance
that literally takes your appetite away.

It’s very different from diet stimulants like Ephedra and Phen Fen that are now banned because of dangerous side
effects. Hoodia doesn’t stimulate at all. Scientists say it fools the brain by making you think you’re full, even
if you’ve eaten just a morsel.

Excerpt From Correspondent Lesley Stahl’s report:

Hoodia is a bitter-tasting cactus-like plant. 60 Minutes was told that if it wanted to try hoodia, it would have
to go to Africa. Why? Because the only place in the world where hoodia grows wild is in the Kalahari Desert of South
Africa.

Nigel Crawhall, a linguist and interpreter, hired an experienced tracker named Toppies Kruiper, a local aboriginal
Bushman, to help find it. The Bushmen were featured in the movie The Gods Must Be Crazy.

Kruiper led 60 Minutes crews out into the desert. Stahl asked him if he ate hoodia. “I really like to eat them
when the new rains have come,” says Kruiper, speaking through the interpreter. “Then they’re really quite
delicious.”

When we located the plant, Kruiper cut off a stalk that looked like a small spiky pickle, and removed the sharp
spines. In the interest of science, Stahl ate it. She described the taste as “a little cucumbery in texture,
but not bad.”

So how did it work? Stahl says she had no after effects no funny taste in her mouth, no queasy stomach, and no racing
heart. She also wasn’t hungry all day, even when she would normally have a pang around mealtime. And, she also had
no desire to eat or drink the entire day. “I’d have to say it did work,” says Stahl.

Hoodia Although
the West is just discovering hoodia , the Bushmen of
the Kalahari have been eating it for a very long time. After all, they have been living off the land in southern
Africa for more than 100,000 years.

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