Pure Hoodia X
Lose weight naturally with the South African herb.
Pure Hoodia X claims to suppress appetite, speed metabolism, and shave off 1000 calories a day from your metabolism all in an effort to lose weight. This rare cactus plant which comes from the South African desert has enjoyed immense popularity in the United States since its review on Oprah, CNN, ABC News and a host of other media outlets. Most of these have had positive reviews on this plant, but there are scam supplements out there running around like rampant.
Scientists have isolated several substances in Hoodia that can suppress appetite by their action on the midbrain. But Hoodia must be consumed in its pure form in order to acheive the intended results.
Hoodia X is to be taken 1-2 pills before breakfast, 1-2 pills before lunch and possibly another 1-2 pills before bedtime. You should not exceed consuming more than 6 pills per day.
- No side effects have been shown if the supplement is taken in its pure form and does not exceed ingesting 800mg or more of hoodia at one time
- Hoodia has been used for hundreds of years to suppress appetite in South African bushmen
- Highly praised supplement within the dieting industry
- Not approved by the FDA
Pure Hoodia X does not make any recommendations for following a healthy diet in conjunction with the use of its product.EXERCISE
It is recommended that your results with Pure Hoodia X will be more successful if you follow a consistent exercise plan although it does not go into detail about what these plans entail.CONCLUSION
Like most diet pills that claim to take off the pounds simply by ingesting a few pills a day, Pure Hoodia X is most likely too good to be true. But diet and exercise are often neglected to be mentioned in the bold print. You must read the fine print or do some serious investigative work on your own to be informed of this extra necessity. Pure Hoodia X is no different. Even though hoodia has shown some evidence of suppressing appetite, it has not been clinically studied in rigorous scientific controlled trials, nor has it been approved by the FDA. In addition, with many unknown side effects and potential risks, please discuss this product with your medical doctor.
Even though Pure Hoodia X claims to be pure, there was no sign that this product was authenticated by two very important and crucial certifications: an Independent Lab Report (almost always performed by Alkemists Pharmceuticals) and the hoodia product must display a C.I.T.E.S Certificate showing the Country of origin being South Africa.
Since South African hoodia gordonii is very expensive ($200-$400 per kilogram), be very cautious of Pure Hoodia X for its reduced prices.Common Misspellings
Pur Hoodia X, Hoodia X, Hudia, Hodia, Hoodia Gordoni