Basically, hoodia pills fools the brain into thinking it's full when it's not. So, your brain sends the signal that it is full and this cuts your urge to snack on unhealthy food.
In 1996 the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa was doing a study of indigenous foods that the Bushmen ate. Part of the study was to test for toxic effects of any plants that were consumed by the Bushmen. When they came to Hoodia pills, not only was it non-toxic - it helped animals lose weight.
Our story starts about 100,000 years ago. We know that sounds amazing, but the Bushmen of Southern Africa (also called "the San") have hunted, lived off the land and traveled across the Kalahari Desert for over 100,000 years.
Many companies have seen dollar signs flashing in their heads when they read about Hoodia pills. These companies will throw anything in a capsule, call it 100% Hoodia pills and sell it cheap. By the time it is tested and found to contain no Hoodia pills, these companies have gone out of business or changed names.
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- May 31, 2007
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