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Hoodia
Hoodia
Hoodia is a natural plant extract which softly and safely allows to control extra weight. Also it diminishes feeling of hunger.
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Common use

Hoodia is a natural plant extract which softly and safely allows to control extra weight. This supplement is produced from Hoodia gordonii, a cactus-like succulent plant, native to the Kalahari Desert. Its active component is the molecule À57 similar to one glucose. It is much more active than glucose and 'tricks' center of hunger in the brain hereby diminishing appetite. It does not influence the feeling of real hunger, so a deficit of vital substances occurs. The extract of Hoodia diminishes feeling of 'evening hunger' and hunger between basic meals. The composition of the Hoodia gordonii also includes soluble dietary fibers and beta-sitosterol.



Dosage and direction


Take Hoodia according to instructions on the package or as directed by your physician. Determine your exact dosage and schedule for intake with a practitioner trained with herbal/health supplements.



Precautions

Notify your physician about all diseases and problems with health you have before to take Hoodia, especially if you are allergic to any herbal products, suffer from diabetes, have heart and cardiovascular diseases or blood clotting disorders.



Contraindications

Do not take this supplement if you are pregnant, plan to be pregnant, breastfeeding, hypersensitive to this product or suffer from diabetes or any heart disease, high blood pressure, have bleeding or blood clotting disorder or have anorexia, bulimia or any other eating disorder.


Possible side effect

No side effects are known for this supplement as it is not a stimulant but a natural product. Hoodia is safe for a majority of people though further researches are required.


Missed dose

Consult your physician if you missed a dose.



Overdose

Signs of overdose are not determined.


Storage

Store Hoodia as directed on the package. Keep out of the reach of children.


Disclaimer

All products presented at this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Don't hesitate to consult your health care practitioner before taking any herbal supplement.

 

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