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Hoodia Water

Some claims suggest a liquid form of Hoodia Gordonii is more effective.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

HoodiaWater is a vial of liquid Hoodia Gordonii, the South African cactus extract from the Kalahari Desert that is sweeping the weight loss nation off its feet. Hoodia works as a neurotransmitter, and acts on the same receptors that register glucose levels in the bloodstream. When sufficient glucose levels are received, the brain tells the body, "I'm full," and the need for food temporarily ceases.

Hoodia can be consumed in either pill or liquid form. HoodiaWater claims that the liquid form is more easily and quickly absorbed, allowing the user to focus intake on a meal-by-meal basis.

PRO
  • Hoodia is all natural and free of side effects
  • Some users of Hoodia claim to have an enhanced sense of well-being
  • HoodiaWater is a small vial that is easy to transport
  • Popular appetite suppressant
CON
  • HoodiaWater must be taken regularly for product to work over time
  • Hoodia may not help those overeaters who are triggered by emotional or environmental responses
  • Hoodia is not a menu plan, and the user must still make good, healthy food choices in order for weight loss to be realized
  • Virtual customer service could be more helpful
INGREDIENTS

HoodiaWater does not share on its website the concentration of Hoodia in the formula. Most experts recommend a concentration of 750 mg or more for efficacy.

On a positive note, there is some talk amongst diet professionals that Hoodia is rendered ineffective when combined with other ingredients. Until this is scientifically proven, it may be most cost effective to take Hoodia on a stand-alone basis, as is presented in HoodiaWater.

ADMINISTRATION

A single dropper full of the hoodia extract is added to an 8 oz. glass of water daily.

DIET and NUTRITION

HoodiaWater does not offer a meal or menu program.

EXERCISE

None recommended.

CONCLUSION

Hoodia and HoodiaWater is not currently regulated nor is the potency required to be certified. The production of Hoodia is very limited and time-consuming, and so the product can be spendy. The buyer must use due-diligence to make sure that they are getting the maximum potency in order for the Hoodia to be effective.

Common Misspellings

Hoodiewater, hoodia gordoni water, hodiawater


Related Diets: Hoodia, Hoodia Bites, Hoodia Fusion Powder, Hoodia Patch, Hoodia Trim, Hoodia XPF, HoodiaTherm


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Jackie T

I was to only recieve free trial offer for $4.95 S&H. I was billed $44.95 for the Acaipure. I just contacted my bank to closed my card and they refunded my money to my account.

***Mike Leday, THIS IS YOUR BAD!!!***

posted Oct 11th, 2008 9:31 am


Diana

I am another who has been dooped by this company Central Coast Nutraceuticles. OMG what a scam. I had to cancel my bank card in order to be assured I did not get any more charges. I wrote the co. and told them if they send any more products I will accept them as a gift and will not retrun anything. How do places like this exist?

posted Oct 10th, 2008 5:57 pm


veronica

I ordered today. i was just suppose to be ordering the free trial, however i didnt realize the other two items were checked (my bad). however the first time i inputted it said my card was declined to reinput, so i did same response. i became suspicious and called my bank. I was charged 44.+ twice. that is just wrong. I contacted my bank. since i DIDNT FULLY READ the add I accepted responsibity for one charge. My bank is kind enough to refund the one.

posted Oct 9th, 2008 10:42 am


Karen

The same thing happened to me. I was to only recieve free trial offer for $4.95 S&H. I was billed $44.95 and recieved the water and the gum along with a month supply of the Acaipure. I just contacted my bank and they refunded my money to my account. I tried numerous times to call them and could never get through on their phone line.

posted Oct 6th, 2008 8:40 pm


Audrey

I was very shocked to be charged $41.85 when i did not request the other products. I was suppose to only paid $1.95, i would not trust this company again. Beware before you order.

posted Sep 30th, 2008 9:20 am


Gina R.

I also did the free trial for 1.95 and they billed me the 41.85 for the Hoodiburst Gum and Hoodiawater. They told me I did not un-check these items whe I did the free offer. I'm not sure what they will do but I want my money refunded.

posted Sep 25th, 2008 9:06 am


YOLANDA

I order the product they offered AcaiPure free trial. They sent me the poduct and the hoodia water with hoodiburst gum. They billed me $44.85 which I should have been billed $4.85 for S&H. I have reported them and closed my card. The compnay is based in ARIZONA. His name is Mike Leday and has two different addresses for this company. BEWARE! BBB has many reports on both addresses.

posted Sep 5th, 2008 8:26 pm


Cheryl S.

I was shocked to find in the mail more than I ordered and I was charged $41.85 instead of $1.95. I do not like the tactics of Central Coast Nutraceuticals, Inc. at all. I am going to turn them in if I don't get my money back.

posted Sep 1st, 2008 8:32 am


Crystal B

I ordered the $1.00 (plus shipping) trial bottle. Ingredients: 250ml Herb/Weight liquivalence. Ingredients: 20:1 Hoodia extract, Vegetable Glycerin, Purified water, and Citric Acid. However, no where on the web site or in the package it came in had any information of being charged if not returned or canceling future shipments. Thanks for the heads up, I'll be contacting them to make sure I don't get a random bill any time soon.

posted Aug 25th, 2008 10:24 pm



 

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