If you take a look at Fox News 59’s report on the increasing number of fake Hoodia Gordonii supplements on the market, we think you’ll agree with us when we say whilst they are accurate in their assumptions, their story is still vague.
On the one hand, they make the incredibly valid point of: how are we to tell if we are receiving genuine Hoodia Gordonii when the company who owns the patent for it has not even released their own product. It is a point that paints a very different picture of the Hoodia market.
Yet despite their accuracy, their general vagueness on how to look out for real products is not enough to give consumers a real helping hand.
Let us explain.
In overview of Fox News 59 report, they highlighted 3 key features to look for: country of origin (if its not from South Africa it is not genuine), 100% Hoodia Gordonii and price.
And admittedly their overview of these 3 points was helpful, but to ensure that you are receiving real genuine, unaltered Hoodia Gordonii, there are other points that you really need to look out for:
This documentation will give you proof of where your Hoodia Gordonii supplement has been exported from. If it says it was exported from South Africa then it is more than likely real Hoodia Gordonii.
Now whilst Fox News 59 was right that your supplement should only contain 100% Hoodia Gordonii. There is more to this story than seeing these 3 simple words. It is also important that you check that only the core of the plant has been used, as it is here where active ingredient P57 is found.
One sure way to make sure you are receiving genuine Hoodia Gordonii is the check where it was laboratory tested. If it was done by Alkemist Pharmaceuticals, and their website has got the documentation to prove it, then they are the real deal.
Real Hoodia Gordonii is rare. In fact it is considered to be an endangered species which is why it is so hard to export. And the cost to export this rare plant is expensive. So as you can see, if it costs a lot to export, manufacturers are not going to sell it to you cheaply. They want to make a profit from their product.
So what are you to take from the Fox News 59 Report? Well it’s most important point – that the weight loss supplement market is becoming flooded with Hoodia products that are all claiming to be the real deal but that can provide no proof that they are.
Take their other point about dietary supplements. Unregulated or quality controlled, companies who claim to be dietary supplements can essentially sell you anything. And we mean anything.
This is why it is so important to know what to look out for in order to increase your chances of receiving genuine, unaltered Hoodia Gordonii. Know what to look out for and you can begin experiencing natural healthy weight loss in no time.
We have found the appetite suppressant product UniqueHoodia. Medically backed by Alkemist Pharmaceuticals and CGMP, they have the CITES certificate, testing and documentation to prove they are the real deal:
- 100% pure, unaltered Hoodia Gordonii
- Calorie reductions of 2,000 calories a day
- 10,000 times more productive at reducing your appetite than glucose
Order your packet of UniqueHoodia today.
*PLEASE NOTE: Consumers should be careful to follow a healthy and nutritious diet whilst taking this supplement, and should not go without eating.