A good guide can also take you to fascinating contemporary rural settlements, but the ultimate South African cultural village still remains the township, social leftover of the country's segregated past. Practically every city, town and village in South A
A manufacturer will have a reputation for either using legally sourced and authentic Kalahari Hoodia Gordonii or raw material from China, Texas or Mexico. The only Hoodia known to have the characteristic appetite suppressing ability is the kind grown in t
A recent report that is giving some dieters assurance in which Hoodia brands they can trust to be effective was done by Truth Publishing and Alkemist Pharmaceuticals located at: naturalhealthreport.com/A-Hoodia-Gordonii-exposed.html. This study indicated
a. Trust only those sites which have Certificate of Analysis approved by Government. They should have an independent lab willing to vouch for their hoodia. Be careful of vendors offering large amounts of hoodia on discounts as authentic South African Hood
About 80% of all patients suffering from this disease are female. Again, this all goes back to society, especially TV commercials, convincing young women that they have to be skinny as rails and look like fashion models if they are going to be accepted.
According to Phytopharm, if you take this hoodia compound every day, your desire to eat goes down. That was illustrated dramatically in the research. So, all was looking very promising for the millions of obese men and women around the world.
Additional assurances of Hoodias safeness can be further validated in the origin of where this cactus type plant comes from. The actual plant that is now found capsulated in pill form is called Hoodia Gordonii and grows in the Kalahari Desert of South
After identifying the relevant bioactive compound the CSIR obtained a patent in 1997, which it licensed to a Cambridgeshire-based botanical pharmaceuticals company, Phytopharm, which was founded by Richard Dixey after he returned from the Himalayas with a
Aimee Deak is a certified personal trainer, nutrition analyst and author of the book, "Every Body Loses", an easy-to follow, step-by-step guide to fat loss.
All this means that if hoodia really catches on with the public -- and I think it will -- the supply will be even tighter for many years. Prices are going to go up, and eventually, only the wealthy may be able to afford the pills necessary to lose weight.