Hoodia is the Real Deal Say Leading Experts

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The newest Hoodia website to hit the Internet gives users the ability to learn about hoodia and make an informed buying decision. The HoodiaDietGuide.com website is part of a television campaign to raise consumer awareness of the benefits of Hoodia as an all natural weight loss supplement.

The newest website offering Hoodia Weight Loss information is HoodiaDietGuide.com. The website compares various Hoodia products and offers the results online to consumers seeking a natural, yet effective appetite suppressant. Hoodia Gordonii helps people to drop the pounds simply by curbing hunger and cravings.

Hoodia is a legendary natural food stuff that has for many centuries allowed a group called the San Bushmen in the Kalahari Desert, of South Africa to delay feelings of hunger for extended hunting journeys. The San Bushmen are considered by some to be one of the oldest and most primitive tribes in the world.

Hoodia has seen a recent surge in popularity as television shows like "60 Minutes" have featured the non-stimulant weight loss pills in investigative reports. The reports and research are all pointing to Hoodia as being an all-natural, non-stimulant and safe product that is helping many people to lose the weight. The "60 Minutes" report determined that Hoodia is indeed very different and that it clearly does not stimulate the body, but rather it fools the brain into believing you are full and satisfied.

Hoodia Gordonii is nothing more than a cactus that grows wild in a desert, but it may soon be known as one of the most effective all natural appetite suppressants to date. The cactus from which Hoodia is derived contains a unique molecule known as P-57. P-57 is believed to directly target the hypothalamus, a section of the brain responsible for satiation, which is the sensation we feel when we have eaten and are full.

P-57 is really at the core of Hoodia's effectiveness, because it "redirects" or "rewires" the brain into thinking you have just eaten. The compound goes a step further by mimicking glucose effects on brain nerve cells. This mimicking process results in the body feeling full, even if it is not full. This is the mechanism that causes the appetite to be curbed. Hoodia is considered to have no side effects, however, it is wise to always consult your doctor before beginning any weight loss or diet program.

Hoodia has huge potential as the growing number of overweight and obese people in the U.S. and around the world is rising at alarming rates. Like Hoodia, Resveratrol is another up and coming all natural supplement that has weight loss applications, as well. Resveratrol is an all-natural substance derived from Red Wine Grapes. Another product gaining in the weight loss arena is Colon Cleanse.

HoodiaDietGuide.com is an Internet property owned and operated by QuantaBlue, LLC, a diversified web publishing company. An upcoming HoodiaDietGuide.com TV broadcasting campaign is underway in several U.S. markets around the country featuring a series of 30 second spots airing during the month of September.


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