What are the side effects of Hoodia? Can hoodia be dangerous? Can I take it with my medications?
What exactly is Hoodia?
Hoodia is a plant that very much resembles a cactus. It grows in the deserts in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Angola. Bushmen in South Africa often use it during long hunting trips to ward off excess hunger, so that they can bring home everything they hunt.
Hoodia was introduced into the US market in 2004, and has been booming ever since. It keeps you hunger away, and allows you to eat less – in many cases, much less – then you ever did before. Experience real weight loss results and order hoodia today »
You see, the market was hungry (No pun intended) for a safe, high quality weight loss tool. Ever since ephedra was banned, people have craved something safe that worked. Hoodia gives you just that without the side effects of other diet drugs.
I’m sure you’re thinking, ‘There’s got to be a catch to this miracle plant ’. But so far, there just doesn’t seem to be one!
With such an amazing product, there has to be some type of side effect that you get with diet pills, right? Shakes, rapid heart rate, blurred vision…
Well, the answer is a big, fat no. There are no documented side effects to taking hoodia as a diet supplement. It doesn’t work as a stimulant, and there’s no real drugs in it, so you don’t need to worry about any negative effects.
The only potential problem you may have is a dehydration from hoodia working too well. Because hoodia tells your brain you’re full, you don’t feel you need food or water.
Drinking the recommended amount of water is key for any diet, though, so if you’re doing it right you’re going to have no problem at all. Always remember to take your Hoodiburn with a full 8oz glass of water to ensure you stay properly hydrated.
We have never had an instance where someone could not take Hoodiburn with their current medications. However, always consult with your doctor before taking anything with your medications, even if it’s something as harmless as a hoodia supplement – especially with medicine for diabetes.
If your doctor tells you to eat small amounts of a certain type of food each day with your hoodia supplement, I highly suggest doing so. Your doctor knows what he’s talking about, and has your care in mind. If you feel uncomfortable with what your doctor has asked you do take, or eat, be sure to get a second opinion. Not all doctors know everything about everything, and it’s always good to get a fresh look at things.
For many people it truly is. If you’ve always struggled with your weight, but have never wanted to take a drug because of it’s dangerous, even toxic side effects, hoodia can be your miracle supplement.
The key things to remember, of course, are:
Drink Enough Water – Even if you feel that you’re not thirsty, make sure you get between 2 and 3 liters of water a day. It seems like a lot of water, sure, but on average you loose about 1.5 liters. Getting enough water is also vital to loosing weight.
Talk To Your Doctor – Always talk to your doctor before starting a supplement when taking any sort of pills, no matter what the supplement. You never know how it may interact, and even if it is safe, it’s better to be sure.