Oprah’s opinion is highly valued when it comes to diet pills. Products mentioned by Oprah become over night best sellers. Oprah’s connection to Hoodia proves this, as it was the initial spark which ignited the dieting dynamite of Hoodia Gordonii.
Hoodia Gordonii is a miracle plant that seems to be a strong appetite suppressant helping people lose weight by eliminating hunger. The Hoodia-Oprah connection was formed in July of 2005, in a story in “O” Magazine called “Diet Pills, The Next Generation”. Real Hoodia is still in strong demand because of it's initial mention in Oprah Winfrey's magazine, followed by many notable news agencies' broadcasts of it's amazing effects.
In fact, few people have bad things to say about Hoodia. The most common issue seems to be an influx of imitation Hoodia products to the market, which is why it's important to verify a vendor's CITES documentation before purchasing. As found on the Internet there are a lot of searches for Oprah Hoodia. There is in fact, no product with this name. Other people claim that Oprah is using hoodia herself and as far as we can tell this is NOT a fact either.
Oprah has been battling her weight for quite some time. She, like many other Americans will lose weight and then gain it back. Regarding Hoodia, Oprah’s report may be correct.
Current research and customer’s statements appear to indicate that Hoodia works for thousands of people. Like most products, it wont work for everyone, but the overall sentiment about the product is that it is very successful. The article in Oprah did not support any brand of the weight loss supplement specifically. It was a basic article, as were the reports on the TV show about the effectiveness of hoodia as an appetite suppressant. The investigative reports that have been released by reporters actually traveling to South Africa and eating raw hoodia in the wild have sparked a nation-wide demand that is truly amazing.
(Reporting about Hoodia)
"Imagine this: an organic pill that kills the appetite and attacks obesity. It has no known side-effects, and contains a molecule that fools your brain into believing you are full..." Read more
Reporting about Hoodia
"A new diet pill made from an African cactus is getting a lot of attention because those who've tried it say it takes away your hunger..."