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Mega Hoodia Reviews

Mega Hoodia ReviewMega Hoodia is a dietary supplement designed to provide herbal diet support. It is a product from NOW. It promises to deliver the herbal power of 100% pure Hoodia gordonii with nothing removed except water. According to the official website of NOW, the Hoodia used in this product is legally harvested Hoodia from South Africa, which benefits the environment and the San tribes. It is also CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) certified.

Each bottle of NOW Mega Hoodia 250 mg contains Hoodia (Hoodia gordonii) (Aerial Parts). There is 500 mg per 2 veggie capsule serving.

The suggested use is to take 1 to 2 veggie capsules daily before meals. The manufacturer also recommends taking this product with their NOW CLA Extreme and Diet Support and L-Carnitine. Interestingly, what it doesn’t say on the bottle is to combine Mega Hoodia with a healthy calorie-conscious diet and regular exercise. The reason why this is odd is typically those who take Hoodia do so to suppress their appetite for the purpose of helping them to consume fewer calories in their effort to lose weight.

Will Hoodia help suppress appetite? The reason it is believed that Hoodia may have appetite suppression effects is, according to history, nomadic Bushmen in South Africa ate the stem of the plant to stave off hunger during long hunting trips.

Unfortunately, regardless of how reputable NOW’s hoodia source may be or how pure, there has never been sufficient evidence to prove that Hoodia can curb hunger or suppress appetite. Although one laboratory study in Austin Texas found that it does contain some type of naturally occurring appetite-suppressing mechanism (believed to be P57 found in pure Hoodia gordonii), the evidence is not conclusive.

Still, it is thought that P57 is the active ingredient in Hoodia and works on the brain in a similar way to glucose, working at the level of the hypothalamus to block hunger signals. In other words, it fools the brain into believing that the body is full even when food has not been ingested. It may also decrease interest in food and prolong the time before hunger sets in.

Nonetheless, the reality is that there is still very little known about how Hoodia effects the body, both good or bad. Therefore, there’s no guarantee that taking Mega Hoodia will help to suppress your appetite or your cravings for food.

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