Hoodia 750 Review
What You Should Know
Hoodia 750 is an herbal supplement with the active ingredient Hoodia Gordonii which has been eaten by a group called the “San Bushmen of the Kalahari” for what is believed to be “thousands of years” to ward off even the worst hunger pangs during hunting trips by these nomadic people. Hoodia is said to send signals to a dieter’s brain that trick it into believing the stomach feels full, which could reduce in reduced caloric intake. The signals sent to the brain by hoodia are said to be “many times stronger” than signals sent to the brain by sugar. This is why hoodia is believed by many to be the new miracle appetite suppressant. Hoodia 750 contains 750 mg of hoodia gordonii, and the recommended dosage is 1 capsule three times per day.
Hoodia Gordonii 750 mg, gelatin, tricalcium phosphate and magnesium steerate.
There are many testimonials in which users of Hoodia 750 report a definite reduction in appetite, and resulting successful weight loss. The weight loss appears to be relatively rapid. Hoodia 750 carries what is known as a “C.I.T.E.S. certificate”, which is said to ensure the authenticity of the Hoodia ingredients, as there are many hoodia products available on the black market with illegitimate and illegal ingredients. The C.I.T.E.S. certification ensures that the hoodia is authentic, but doesn’t necessarily ensure that the most effective part of the hoodia plant has been used.
- Hoodia 750 contains authentic hoodia gordonii, which is currently a very popular appetite suppressant.
- Hoodia 750 is stimulant-free.
- The appetite suppressant claims made about Hoodia 750, and hoodia gordonii in general, are for the most part unsubstantiated.
- The product is expensive, at $49.99 per individual bottle, or $39.99 per bottle if you sign up for the recurring shipment plan on the website.
- Hoodia 750 does not stand out as being any more effective than the other multitudes of hoodia products available.
Hoodia 750 is one among many products on the market that claim to be effective appetite suppressants. It has been certified to contain real hoodia gordonii, which makes the product mildly more appealing than some of the other products with questionable ingredients. However, there is nothing outstanding about Hoodia 750, as there aren’t medical studies that have concluded hoodia gordonii is an effective appetite suppressant. It is an expensive supplement, and there is no money-back guarantee offered. The website is mediocre, with a few success stories, but no area for FAQ’s or helpful hints. There are no known side effects of Hoodia 750, as long as it is used as directed. However, the label specifically stresses not to take more than 3 capsules per day, so there must be some peril in taking more than recommended. The product is available on the internet at the official Hoodia 750 website.