Hoodia Gordonii is a cactus-like plant found naturally in the Kalahari Deserts of Africa. Consumed by the local San Bushmen tribe for centuries, this fat burning plant has been scientifically proven to reduce feelings of hunger and food cravings in order to help consumers lose weight and burn stored body fat.
The History of the Weight Loss Plant
While the original San HoneyBurn Bushmen tribe certainly did not consume Hoodia in order to diet and burn fat, this powerful plant was once solely used in order to help the tribal members endure feelings of hunger during periods of famine, long journeys, or during periods without food. Today, as this powerful plant still holds an array of benefits, consumers around the world are embracing this plant as the new fat burning miracle food. Since 2004, when the plant became more globally distributed, dieters have embraced this plant for its appetite suppressing powers, in addition to the incredible fat burning benefits.
How Does Hoodia Gordonii Work?
According to research and clinical trials, the plant contains an all-natural chemical that alters the brain’s signals of hunger. When consuming Hoodia, dieters’ brains receive signals that the body is full-even if a dieter has not eaten. By tricking the brain into feeling full, dieters are able to reduce their caloric intake. As the body receives fewer calories, the body will begin to burn up stored fat in order to receive energy. As the body burns fat, the body is able to receive energy in order to function, while dieters simultaneously lose weight!
In addition to the fat burning benefits of the appetite suppression effects, Hoodia Gordonii has also been shown to boost feelings of energy, while also increasing the body’s metabolism. As the body’s metabolism is enhanced, dieters are able to burn off stored fat more efficiently, leading to a more constant fat burning and weight loss process. With an increased metabolism, dieters are essentially able to burn off calories from foods, meals, and snacks more efficiently, which also preventing additional weight gain from dietary sources.
How Can I Consume the Plant?
Like many plants found only to native and isolated areas, the plant is difficult to grow and distribute. Due to shipping, preservation, and harvesting constraints, the plant is only available for consumption in supplements, tea, powder, or other altered / concentrated forms.