Hoodia Diet Products Release "Slimatrim"

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HoodiaDietProducts.com is proud to announce the launch of Slimatrim, a new and exciting addition to their range of Hoodia based slimming products.

HoodiaDietProducts.com is proud to announce the launch of Slimatrim, an addition to their range of Hoodia based slimming products.

A sugar-free, mint-flavoured chewing gum, Slimatrim is for use between meals as part of a slimming regime. The gum is cold pressed, allowing the user to savour the taste in the mouth before chewing.

Slimatrim will come in handy blister packs of 12 and each piece contains 50mg of Hoodia.

Advanced Dietary Formulas and Hoodia Diet Products are the only company producing Slimatrim and early reports suggest that it will be as hugely popular amongst customers as the rest of the HDP range.

Free samples of Slimatrim have already been sent out to HDP’s trade partners with unconfirmed advance orders reaching dizzy heights.

Slimatrim is due to be launched to the general public next month, and building on the expected success of the company’s TV debut on US television, is set to become a firm favourite.

HoodiaDietProducts.com invites retailers large and small to join their growing list of partners.

Hoodia Gordonii is a succulent (cactus like) plant used by the San tribes people of the Kalahari region of Southern Africa for thousands of years to fight the pangs of hunger and thirst as they searched for food.

The active ingredient in Hoodia Gordonii, imitates the effects that glucose has on your brain (specifically the hypothalamus) signalling that you are full.

This part of your brain controls your appetite. When you eat, the glucose levels in your body rise. As these levels go up, the hypothalamus sends off a signal to your cells to stop eating. This is when you start to feel full. Hoodia Gordonii's molecule, P57, tells your brain the same exact thing, even if you haven't eaten a bite. By mimicking the effects of glucose on your brain, the hypothalamus starts to send messages to your cells which in turn, make you feel full.

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