How does Hoodia Gordonii work to supress your appetite?
Tuesday. 2.6.07 11:11 am
How does the Hoodia plant enable you to lose weight
There are many known species of Hoodia, but the Gordonii species is the only one that contains the powerful all-natural appetite suppressant properties. A molecule named P57 is the active ingredient in Hoodia; it acts on the hypothalamus (the area of the brain that controls appetite and hunger) to "trick" the brain into thinking that you have already eaten and that you are full.
When you eat, food is converted into glucose (sugar), which acts on the brain to trigger the "full" feeling. The P57 in Hoodia acts in the same way, but the difference is that it is about 10,000 times more powerful than glucose is, so even small amounts of P57 can fool the brain into thinking that you have eaten and that you are full. After taking Hoodia, people have reported feeling full more quickly when eating, a delay in the time after eating before feeling hungry again, a reduced interest in food and eating, and a general feeling of well-being; and all of this is without any known unwanted side effects.
WHAT CONCERNS ME IS THAT I AM NOT SURE IF I WANT A PILL WORKING ON MY BRAIN TELLING IT SOMETHING THAT IT IS NOT. I THINK I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE MEDICAL RESEARCH RECORDS AND PROOF THAT THIS THING ACTUALLY DOES WHAT IT SAYS IT DOES.
Categories: hoodia [t], P57 [t], glucose [t], weight loss [t], changbang [t], side effects [t], gordonii [t], appetite suppressant [t]
Er.. I don't know how to put it.. she's somewhere in the middle of a close and a normal friend.. she's really nice to everyone.. So we all like her a lot. » Nuttz
on 2007-02-06 12:00:49
I would also like to see the medical research. I know where I can probably find it, but being that I am no longer at an academic institution, I can't get access to it for free... » ranor
on 2007-02-06 12:22:02
I doubt it would work. I've tried random various pills at the prodding of my mum, and they had no result at all... mostly because I don't eat that much in the first place, so I wasn't any hungrier than I normally am. » ikimashokie
on 2007-02-06 04:06:11
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