Hoodia Gordonii

Hoodia (HOO-Dee-ah) is a plant that grows primarily in the deserts of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and Angola. In recent years, Hoodia has greatly to weight loss have been marketed and immensely popular. Although always a demand for diet pills, after the ban of ephedra herb was the market particularly cheap for. He began studying the Hoodia. It is said that he lost weight in laboratory animals after that which gave them Hoodia Gordonii. South African scientists are working with a British company called Phytopharm, insulation, who believed it for an active ingredient in the Hoodia Gordonii, steroidal Glycoside they named p57. If you have received a patent in 1995, has licensed p57 from Phytopharm. Phytopharm has invested more than $20 million in pursuit of Hoodia. Finally pharmaceutical giant Pfizer over Hoodia learned and showed an interest in the development of a drug Hoodia. In 1998, Phytopharm has leased the rights to develop p57 to Pfizer for $21 million. Pfizer has returned the rights to Phytopharm Hoodia, it works now with Unilever. Much of the advertising on the Hoodia correspondent started for 60 minutes Leslie Stahl and the team went to Africa Hoodia to try. They were to go a local Bushman with them in the wilderness, and to hunt down some Hoodia. Steel hoodia gordonii Aß, describes them as cucumbery in texture, ", but not bad. " stated that they lost to the desire eat or drink all day. She also said that they do not ' t experience immediate effects such as indigestion or heart palpitations. Hoodia Gordonii is sold in the form of capsules, powder, liquid, or tea in health food stores and on the Internet. Hoodia is found also in the popular diet pill Trimspa. Despite its popularity, there are no published randomized controlled trials in humans to show that Hoodia is safe and effective in pill form. A study published in the September 2004 issue of brain research found that appetite Center in the brain of rats changed through injections of p57 ATP, a molecule of energy levels trained to affect the hunger. Animals that received injections of P57 less than rats ate the placebo injections, get. However, it was a study of animals and injections into the brain are different oral consumption, so that it can be used to show that the oral Hoodia can suppress appetite in humans. Manufacturer part # Phytopharm cited a clinical trial with 18 volunteers, found the food intake of Hoodia reduced in about 1000 calories per day when compared to a placebo group. Although intriguing, the study does not ' t posted or submitted to a peer-review process, so not in the position, the quality of the study. There are certain side effects of Hoodia, which should be taken into account. What is ' of hoodia side effects and safety concerns? Havre ' t supplements tested, to safety and that she largely regulates not dietary supplements that distinguish the contents of some products, indicated on the product label. Please was note that the security of supplemented in pregnant women, care, mothers, children and people with medical conditions or take other drugs not set up. Advice received when using supplements, but if you're doing ' Note the use of Hoodia, first with your primary doctor speak.  Treatment of disease to prevent or delay the standard therapy can have serious consequences. There are many reports of fake Hoodia products. Mike Adams new targets, estimating that 80% of Hoodia products are contaminated or counterfeit. The ' impossible to know whether a product contains pure Hoodia Hoodia and the active ingredient, unless it has been tested by an independent laboratory. People looking for buyers of Hoodia ' it Guide and on the pages of the Hoodia Hoodia comparisons on the Internet should be very careful. Most of these sites are of companies sell Hoodia in secret emerged. They explain why the Hoodia in other products is lower, although there published reports, show that a more effective.  Hoodia is also the name of Xhooba! Khoba, Ghaap, Hoodia cactus and cactus desert in South Africa. More:. Warning: the information on this website is included for educational purposes only and are not a substitute for advice, diagnosis or treatment of a doctor. It is not intended to cover all possible precautions, interactions, side effects, or circumstances. You need to get medical help for health issues and consult your physician before using alternative medicine or make a change in their plan. . . .