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Hoodiacore

Appetite suppressant made of 100% hoodia gordonii.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

HOODIACORE is just one of the many supplements that contain hoodia, the cactus plant found in the South African Khalahari Desert which is supposed to suppress appetite. African tribesmen have been using hoodia for thousands of years to stave off hunger during long excursions through the continent where food is scarce.

There has been some data to show that hoodia interacts with the brain by telling it that it’s full even though very little or no food has been consumed. There are many varieties of hoodia, but only one, hoodia gordonii, has the supposed dietary effects.

The product's label says that HOODIACORE contains 100% hoodia gordonii. Since it does not contain any stimulants, it does not promote feelings of jitteriness or shakiness after using it. HOODIACORE intends to help you lose weight by curbing appetite allowing you to eat a lot less that you normally do.

PRO
  • HOODIACORE may be able to help you to lose weight with its appetite-suppressing effects
  • Contains 100% hoodia gordonii
  • Contains no stimulants
CON
  • No FDA approval
  • Extract forms of any substance may or may not contain the complete benefits of the whole substance  
  • There is no support or information on how to maintain weight loss
  • No dietary guidelines
  • No exercise recommendation
DIET and NUTRITION

Even though there are no dietary or exercise recommendations while taking HOODIACORE, many studies suggest that successful and effective weight loss is accomplished in combination with a healthy eating plan that includes low calorie and low fat options as well as exercising most days of the week.

ADMINISTRATION

Two capsules of HOODIACORE, which contain 500 mg of hoodia, are taken one hour before eating your largest meal of the day with 8 oz. water.

CONCLUSION

Although this product may be safe, since the FDA has not approved its effects and safety, it can therefore not be substantiated. It is highly encouraged to speak with your medical doctor before trying this product.

Common Misspellings

hoodea, houdia, hoodiia, whodia, whodea, hoodia gordoni, hoodia core, hoodiacor


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