Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 28, 2004 -
Â UPDATE - Millennium Health Supplements (Canada) Inc., raw material and ingredient supplier for the North American market, thinks Hoodia Gordonii is the most incredible discovery in history.
With the introduction of Hoodia Gordonii into the weight loss industry in 2004, Millennium Health has found that this product is exactly what people have been waiting for, for decades. Hoodia Gordonii is possibly the safest, most effective and powerful appetite suppressant ever discovered and there are no known side effects and no stimulants.
Millennium says that people are tired of using harmful and stimulating products to reduce their weight. They want something safe and pure and natural and they want something that works. Who would have thought that a plant existed in South Africa that could do just that.
Hoodia works by mimicking the effect glucose has on the nerve cells in the brain fooling the body into believing it is full, even when it is not. Results of human clinical trials in Britain suggest that hoodia could reduce the appetite by up to 2,000 calories per day.
Even though ephedra based products are banned, there are lots of other harmful stimulants available and blended into formulas that do the same thing as their predecessors and they are still available over the counter today. Products like Caffeine, Gotu Cola, Cola Nut, Guarana, Garcinia Cambogia, L-Carnitine and many, many more. These products can be as harmful to your health as was ephedra, creating a false rise in metabolism that makes your heart beat faster. There were a number of people that died as a directly result of using Ephedra based appetite suppressants.
According to the WHO, more than 1 billion people around the world are overweight with 300 million of them clinically or morbidly obese. Reports say that over the next 5 years, deaths related to obesity will increase by 20% in keeping with a reported 20% increase in plus-sized coffins sales since 1999 in the USA.
Hoodia Gordonii Directly from South Africa by MSHCI. Please visit our site to read more about Hoodia.
Contact: Jen Cully
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