What You Should Know
Hoodia Plus claims you’ll lose more weight if you take this blend of stimulants and the appetite suppressant hoodia. There was a time when the world would have agreed, but since that time science has stepped in and tested the effect of hoodia on hunger with horrible results. In more than one clinical trial, people given hoodia were no less hungry that people given a placebo. Science knows why this happens. There is a chemical in hoodia called P57. In theory this chemical should tell the brain to signal that feeling of being full we get after we eat. This chemical reaction would reduce hunger and the dieter would lose weight. The body, however, has a different idea. It metabolizes P57 before it reaches the brain even when the chemical is injected into the bloodstream. There is no hope that hoodia or Hoodia Plus will every reduce hunger.
List of Ingredients
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Panax Ginseng
- Ginger Powder
- Licorice Root
- White Willow Bark
- Hoodia Gordonii Succulent Powder
Losing weight is something nearly every American has thought about at least once in their lifetime. More people are overweight and obese today than ever before. There are clinical tests and trials that prove some safe and natural ingredients increase metabolism and decrease hunger, including tests on green tea and caffeine. Hoodia, however, is not on that list. Hoodia does not suppress hunger at all, but what about the rest of the ingredients in Hoodia Plus?
Yohimbe and guarana are relatively safe. They are often used as sources of caffeine. In the case of this supplement they are stimulants without the caffeine standardization. Garcinia cambogia is also a stimulant, but this one can be dangerous. There are reports of liver damage associated with this ingredient.
The remaining ingredients have no impact on weight loss at all. Ginseng is supposed to help mental function and mood – but there are some reports it increases energy without overstimulating. Ginger calms the stomach and white willow bark can relieve pain.
- The product is available on the website.
- The product could potentially cause negative side effects on the body.
- Hoodia is proven to have no effect on hunger.
- Garcinia cambogia is associated with negative side effects.
- The product does include stimulants, just not listed as caffeine.
Hoodia Plus is plus nothing but stimulants. The appetite suppressant will not work and caffeine is cheaper than the $40 this company wants you to spend for stimulants in a bottle. Losing weight means knowing the truth about the supplement you’re taking and the truth about Hoodia Plus is that it is not likely to work at all.