Can Hoodia Diet Pills make you lose weight?
   Neil H. Metzger

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Are you finally ready to get your hands on the right hoodia diet pills (or hoodia liquid), and take control of your diet and your health, but find yourself getting a bit frustrated at all the conflicting information about hoodia gordonii and hoodia diet pills? I went out and dug for answers. Use this information to compare claims from competing companies. Here are the only Hoodia diet pills I've found that consistently pass the strictest purity and potency tests from the leading independent lab. These diet pills are the only diet pills recommended by NaturalNews.com (formerly NewsTarget.com). They use NO fillers or flow agents, so you get 100% pure P57 active Hoodia gordonii. Not to mention, they are the same diet pills featured on the 60 Minutes story that introduced Hoodia gordonii diet pills to the American public.
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#1 reason most people fail isn't lack of willpower or motivation. The #1 reason most people fail is because they make bad diet pill decisions due to poor information. I used my experience, good and bad, to create guidelines you can follow to be sure you'll only get Hoodia diet pills that meet the highest POTENCY and PURITY standards available. If you have any questions, you can email me personally. I'll do my best to get back to you quickly. If you want RESULTS, read these guidelines carefully. You get great results with Hoodia diet pills, but ONLY if you use 100% peeled stems from real Hoodia gordonii (make sure it says "Hoodia gordonii" - there are over a dozen varieties and only Hoodia gordonii has been proven to control appetite). Before you get any brand of Hoodia diet pills, no matter who recommends them, ask these questions: Question # 1: "I've heard that a lot of the Hoodia diet pills sold today contain very little real Hoodia. How do I know I'm getting what I'm paying for when I get Hoodia diet pills?" This is the most common fear facing dieter's today. Especially since many Hoodia diet pills sellers don't know for sure if they're getting genuine Hoodia gordonii - the only species proven to suppress appetite - from their suppliers. What you need to know.
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When I began researching Hoodia diet pills in 2003, I quickly discovered that less-than-honest vendors go to great lengths to tell you how proud they are of their "testing programs" and even publish lot numbers. The only way to be sure you have independently verified proof of the diet pills' PURITY is if the company allows ongoing, random, verifiable testing of the actual diet pills sold. You need to know the testing company does its testing WITHOUT the vendor knowing when, where, or who is obtaining the diet pills to be tested. The results from each test must be displayed directly on the independent testing company's Website. If this isn't happening, all the assurances in the world mean exactly zilch. Be sure you verify any diet pills you get consistently scores high in ongoing random testing by an independent, licensed testing lab. Question # 2: "I see Hoodia diet pills mixed with other ingredients like gelatin, magnesium stearate and stearic acid. Is that OK?" That depends. Some Hoodia diet pills contain fillers and flow agents to help in the manufacturing process, but with modern encapsulating equipment, they aren't necessary. What you need to know: Diet pills sold need to list their ingredients on the "Supplement Facts" section of the label. The overwhelming majority of Hoodia diet pills have at least one of the fillers mentioned above... EVEN WHEN THE LABEL STATES, "PURE HOODIA." This is where getting educated helps you save a ton of money. The FDA allows manufacturers to call their product "Pure," even if there are other substances mixed in. Fillers and Flow Agents in diet pills don't help you lose weight. Since you don't know what percentage of a given supplement is Hoodia, and what part is filler, it stands to reason that... any amount of filler is going to take the place of the Hoodia, which is what you're paying for! Question # 3: "I've seen Mexican Hoodia and Chinese Hoodia being sold. Does it make a difference where I get Hoodia?" It makes a huge difference. There are more than 20 known species of Hoodia. At least 13 grow in Southern Africa. But only Hoodia Gordonii, grown in South Africa, has been clinically demonstrated to reduce appetite in humans. If you aren't sure you're getting 100% PURE SOUTH AFRICAN Hoodia gordonii in you diet pills... find another diet pills supplier. Question # 4: "I've seen Hoodia diet pills sellers advertise '100% CERTIFIED WHOLE PLANT FROM THE KALAHARI REGION.' What does that mean?" To be blunt, it means you're getting ripped off. The peeled stem is the only part of the plant proven to contain sufficient concentraion of active P57AS3 the molecule responsible for Hoodia gordonii's anorectic (appetite-suppressant) properties. So while "whole plant" sounds like you're getting more... In fact, you're getting LESS P57AS3. Bottom line: Avoid diet pills that say "Whole Plant." Make sure you're getting ONLY 100% Peeled-Stem South-African Hoodia gordonii in your diet pills. Question # 5: "How much should Pure Hoodia gordonii diet pills cost?" Real Hoodia costs in the neighborhood of $200 per pound. At those prices, there's a HUGE temptation for counterfeiters and scammers to get in the Hoodia diet pills selling business. Recent reports estimate that up to 80% of Hoodia diet pills being sold are either counterfeit or adulterated. A good rule of thumb is the "50/90" rule. If you're paying less than $50 for 90 capsules of 400 mg or more (about 360.00 grams total weight.) You need to be extra careful when you get Hoodia diet pills. Remember the saying - "If it looks to good to be true, it's probably a bad deal?" - That's definitely true when you're getting Hoodia diet pills! Question # 6: How do I know the Hoodia diet pills I get have the highest potency possible? Can just any plant be used, or do the plants need to be a certain age? Many suppliers try to harvest Hoodia from immature plants. There may be enough P57AS3 for the sample to test "positive" but no studies have been done on P57 harvested from immature plants. In any case you'll end up paying much, much more to get the same effects. Stay away from companies that harvest their Hoodia too early. That way you know you're getting the best diet pills for your money. Get Hoodia only from companies with the patience to wait at least 3-1/2 years before harvesting. Question # 7: Some websites display a Department of Agriculture "Import Permit" but it's blurred. Is that OK? NO! If you see any "blurred" or distorted images on any documentation, chances are it's because the seller has stolen that image from somewhere else to pass off as their own. This is a good rule to follow any time you're shopping on the web. It's just too easy these days to "Photoshop" documents and images. That's why it took me so long to find a trusted Hoodia diet pills source. Question # 8: How much Hoodia do I need? Many factors go into how much Hoodia you should take. The first thing you need to do is determine how many calories you'll be taking in. If you get much below 1200 calories per day, your body goes into "starvation mode" and it's really hard to lose weight. It's better to eat 5-6 smaller meals per day. You have to look at your activity level, too. If you're doing aerobics and strength training - which you should be at least 6 days per week, then your appetite will be greater and you'll lose more weight. If your activity level is low, your appetite will be decreased. I'm exercising like I should, and I find that I'm hungrier later in the day, especially a couple hours after my workout. For me, around 1700 to 2000 mg per day is about right. Right now I weigh about 190. Down from 215 lbs. Hoodia diet pills keep my hunger under control and don't make my heart race and twitch. Another thing I do late at night is open a capsule and "pouch" the Hoodia between my cheek and gum. This lets the Hoodia go into my system gradually and really helps get me through my late night munchies. The most important thing to remember is that you as you make progress, you won't need as much Hoodia to get the same effect. Just make sure and start out with enough on hand to control any unexpected cravings. Your success is in your hands. Seize the day! Sincerely, Neil P.S. If you've got enough information and want to see the amazing properties of Hoodia gordonii diet pills for yourself, here are the Hoodia diet pills I recommend. If you want to learn more, keep reading! Next: How Hoodia Works.