What You Should Know
Hoodia XS manufactured by CJ Industries, claims that their formula is made with 100% pure Hoodia Gordonii and nothing else. The product promises to be all natural and safe and is able help dieters lose weight by suppressing the appetite, resulting in fewer calories being consumed. Hoodia Gordonii is the hot topic on all types of television programs and in magazines across the country. Unfortunately as with most diet pills which promise quick weight loss, a healthy eating and exercise program is left out of the equation.
List of Ingredients
Hoodia XS is said to be formulated with 100% certified Hoodia Gordonii, with no other ingredients added to the supplement. Hoodia Gordonii is said to contain the P57 molecule, which possesses the ability to suppress the appetite. This molecule promises to work by tricking the brain into thinking the body is full, resulting in fewer calories being consumed. There are no known negative side effects; however, no long term studies have been published to substantiate this claim.
As of this review, an official website for Hoodia XS could not be located. We did find several consumer complaints about the product and its manufacturer CJ Industries.
Hoodia XS is said to contain the most widely recognized and controversial weight loss ingredient on the market today which is Hoodia Gordonii. The P57 molecule contained in Hoodia Gordonii supposedly helps dieters to suppress their appetites and ultimately lose weight. Hoodia XS does not address the all important aspect of weight loss which is eating a healthy diet and exercising to burn fat.
- Hoodia XS is said to contain 100% pure Hoodia Gordonii.
- No long term studies have been conducted on Hoodia Gordonii.
- No official website could be found for Hoodia XS.
- There are several consumer complaints about Hoodia XS and its manufacturer CJ Industries.
Diet supplements such as Hoodia XS are profiting from the popularity of Hoodia Gordonii. At the time of this review, an official website for Hoodia XS could not be found on the web.
Hoodia Gordonii gained instant popularity when several major news programs televised stories on Hoodia. Today so called Hoodia based products can be found in virtually ever store as well as on the internet. There has been no long term scientific studies conducted on the people of Africa to determine whether there are any long ill side effects from consuming Hoodia Gordonii. Additionally there are no studies published that confirm that pill forms of the ingredients work the same as actually consuming the actual plant. The South African government has put restrictions on the sale and export plant due to high demand making it expensive and hard to come by. Many of the diet pills on the market which claim to contain Hoodia are bogus or at best contain only trace amounts of the ingredient. Like any other so called diet pill which is intended to produce quick results, the benefits last only as long as you are taking it. The weight generally comes back if the dieter resumes the same eating habits prior to dieting. Is any diet pill worth the possible health risks associated with taking a product that has little to no research behind it? We think not.