What in hoodia is the active chemical that causes weightloss. And is it safe for anyone to use?

I have a heart murmur, and cannot take most weight-loos drugs that speed-up heart rates or overdose you with caffeine. I just want to lose about 40 pounds, and am looking for something safe to add to diet and excersize to help get the pounds off. Any suggestions?

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6 Responses to “What in hoodia is the active chemical that causes weightloss. And is it safe for anyone to use?”

  1. toolgirl_75023 said:

    Hoodia’s all-natural, so it shouldn’t affect your health but it doesn’t work so I wouldn’t take it.

  2. robertc1985 said:

    i believe the only safe way to loose weight is diet and exercise. or just moderation

  3. Kathy J said:

    I’ve tried all different diets, and the weight loss is only temporary. I finally tried diet pills on the market are made from Hoodia. I saw this stuff on ABC News. It’s all natural and safe, and it works! My wife took it for a month and dropped 20 pounds. I took it for a month and lost about 13 (but I didn’t exercise).

    I bought the natural hoodia from this website: http://www.alllsite.info/free-diet-pills.php . I checked the web site address so I can post it here and I saw they’re running a promotion now to get a free 2 week sample for only $4.97! I’m going to order this supply for my wife and give it to her for Christmas =)

  4. Sunflower said:

    Tried it and it worked but I could not fall asleep which stressed me out and caused me to eat. Here are some more helpful tips:

    The holidays can be stressful… and unfortunately, many people reach for food as comfort. If you find yourself regularly eating in response to stress, anxiety, sadness, boredom, anger, loneliness, relationship problems, or poor self-esteem, try to break the habit with some of my strategies below.

    Learn to recognize your hunger. Before you automatically pop something into your mouth, rate your hunger on a scale of 1 to 5 — 1 being ravenous and 5 being full. Make every effort to avoid eating when your hunger is a 4 or a 5.

    Find alternatives to eating. Make a personal list of activities you can do instead of eating. Perhaps go for a walk, call a friend, listen to music, take a hot shower/bath, exercise, clean your house, polish your nails, surf the Internet, schedule outstanding appointments, watch television, look through a photo album,

    Keep a food journal. Logging your food will help to identify your toughest timeframes. It also will make you accountable… so perhaps you’ll be less apt to reach for unnecessary food.

    Three-food interference. Make the commitment to first eat three specific healthy foods before starting on caloric comfort foods (i.e., an apple, handful of baby carrots and a yogurt). If after that, you still want to continue with your comfort foods, give yourself permission. However, most of the time, the three foods are enough to stop you from moving on.

    Exercise regularly. Daily exercise relieves stress and puts you in a positive mindset, which provides greater strength to pass on the unhealthy fare.

    Get enough sleep. Research shows that sleep deprivation can increase hunger by decreasing Leptin levels, the appetite regulating hormone that signals fullness. With adequate sleep, you’ll also be less tired and have more resolve to fight off the urge to grab foods for comfort.

  5. Cathi said:

    i wouldn’t risk it, personally. just do with the diet and exercise program and you should do just fine.

    i actually work for a company that sells products made with hoodia. it is actually now illegal in canada, for reasons unknown to me. i just tend to be suspicious of things like that.

  6. SLEESTACK 10 said:

    p-57 I think, i used it once, but it only worked for me a couple of days. Its a African root, so I think its OK its natural anyway. wow, I also have a heart mur-mur, weird huh?

    try this:



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