Thursday, July 02, 2009

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Hodia : The Appetite suppressants

Hodia is the new popular herb. Hoodia advertisements on the Internet are ubiquitous, claim to melt away fat within days. Hoodia is an ingredient found naturally in a cactus-like plant, Hoodia gordonii, which grows in the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa.

It is used traditionally as an antiinfectant and digestive aid. Some peoples of the Kalahari have been using Hodia to suppress hunger and thirst during their long hunting trip where there was little vegetation to eat..

Hodia works by fooling your brain into thinking that you are full. The active ingredient in Hodia, P57 molecule, can mimics the effect of glucose on the brain—the brain believing you are full.

How much hodia we realy need to weightloss? No one really knows how much is needed to lose weight. There have not been any scientific studies on the effectiveness of hoodia or P57 alone to determine how much is needed and for how long to see a statistically significant weight loss.

We must take notice of hodia’s side effects. Because no one has yet examined the safety of hoodia in humans. The further scientific studies are currently ongoing.

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