Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Hoodia supreme - San-Hoodia

San-Hoodia - Pure Hoodia Gordonii Diet Pill

You've probably heard all about this already. San-Hoodia is a product that will help you lose weight. This has been on TV in 60 minutes, and has been used for thousands of years to defeat hunger. Dieting with San-Hoodia, along with appropriate lifestyle, should help you to lose weight.

Hoodia Gordonii (Xhoba) is a succulent (cactus like) plant found in desert regions of South Africa (Namibia, Angola and Botswana). For thousands of years, the San Bushmen of the Kalahari desert have used Hoodia Gordonii to counter hunger and thirst, when they were deprived of food on long hunting expeditions in the desert.

Not all members of the Hoodia family of plants are biologically active. Hoodia is produced from the species Hoodia Gordonii which has been used in the food chain of the indigent desert people of South Africa.
In the 1930's a Dutch anthropologist discovered the use of Hoodia Gordonii by the San Bushmen. The Bushmen used Hoodia as food and sustenance during nomadic hunting expeditions.
Hoodia Gordonii has been reported to provide a sense of alertness and it may also have aphrodisiac qualities.

Hoodia was reported by the San Bushmen to suppress appetite and hunger and this has been confirmed by science.

What is Hoodia Gordonii?

• Pure Hoodia Gordonii contains variable amounts of fiber, organic material, antioxidants and biologically active substances called sterol glycosides. This is our San-Hoodia product - pure Hoodia Gordonii. Some, but Not all Extracts May Work.

• The pharmaceutical industry is planning to make drugs out of the sterol glycoside components of Hoodia Gordonii but this is not consistent with the traditional use of the whole plant.

• Scientific evidence exists in animals and humans that Hoodia Gordonii may be an adjunct to weight control when used with calorie restriction and healthy lifestyle.

• Scientific studies exist on components of Hoodia Gordonii indicating that it has direct effects on the central nervous system.

• Molecules in Hoodia Gordonii may mimic the effects of glucose on nerve cells in the hypothalamus of the brain.

• Hoodia may fool the body into thinking that it is "satisfied" or "full". This may help curb appetite and calorie intake in the diet may be reduced.

• Hoodia does not contain dangerous stimulant molecules.

• Hoodia is a potential adjunct to behavior modification for weight control.

• Hoodia can be used with exercise and lifestyle changes for weight control.

• No serious or harmful side effects of Hoodia Gordonii have been reported. Its presence in the African food chain for many years provides a precedent of safety.