This hoodia diet pill is all the rage in Norway.
Ronaxil proclaims to be a fat burner. The company centers its attention on its use of hoodia, which isn't a fat burner, but an appetite suppressant. The reason for this is probably for marketing purposes, since hoodia is getting so much press these days. Hoodia, used for thousands of years by the Bushmen of South Africa, works primarily by tricking your brain into thinking that you are not hungry.
Even though Ronaxil centers its marketing around the benefits of hoodia, it has several other ingredients that aren't found in as many weight loss supplements. Firstly, there's gynostemma pentaphyllum is a Chinese medicinal herb that has antioxidants to fight fat molecules. It also has stress relief properties. Second, there's another Chinese remedy called salvia miltiorrhiza, which has many benefits, including energizing and antioxidant fighting abilities. The other lesser known ingredients include, which have further antioxidant properties among other things like cardiovascular support and stress relief.
- The Ronaxil website give illustrated success stories
- There's plenty of information on the ingredients
- Hoodia offers natural appetite suppression
- No scientific basis for claims
- Products that contain pure hoodia are extremely rare
Hoodia gordonii, green tea, gynostemma pentaphyllum, salvia miltiorrhiza, fructus lycii, peony root, taurine amino acidADMINISTRATION
Follow the instructions offered by Ronaxil.DIET and EXERCISE
There are no dietary or fitness requirements that accompany Ronaxil.CONCLUSION
If you've tried weight loss supplements before, but to no avail, Ronaxil could be an interesting product to investigate. That's because, while it has hoodia and green tea, ingredients seen in just about every other product on the market these days, it also has several lesser known substances that could make the difference that you're looking for. But, as always, there's no magic pill... you still need to eat right and exercise.Common Misspellings
Ranaxil, Ronexel, Ronaxxil, Ronaxill