Review of Hoodia Balance
Hoodia Balance contains a massive 750MG of 100% pure certified South African Hoodia from the Kalahari Desert. Normal Hoodia Gordonii diet pills contain only 200-400 mg of hoodia.
My Opinion on Hoodia Balance
I ordered Hoodia Balance from their website.. they have some decent offers and discounts if order in bulk. Unfortunately, I was overzealous, and decided to buy 6 month's supply.. And I regret it.
They claim that it works by tricking your hypothalmus that you are full when you aren't. This sounds great in theory, but it didn't do its job for me.
Secondly, the site mentions that Hoodia Balance has been featured in many shows like CNN, Oprah Hoodia, and 60 Minutes. But being on a television show does not mean that product is useful. In addition, their specific brand wasn't mentioned in those shows at all, only the Hoodia plant.
That's a HUGE difference. These shows told us how effective the Hoodia plant was in suppressing your appetite. But who knows if Hoodia Balance is even made of the same ingredients?
Secondly, in the FAQ section, one of the questions is: Are there any side effects to using Hoodia Balance. Their answer is No.. but do they really know if there aren't any side effects.
It takes years and years of use before any known side effects can be know to the public. Look at Phentermine - it was legal at first because it was known to be safe. However, after years of use, people discovered it led to heart complications. Many over the counter drugs are legal at first, and the companies that market them claim they have zero side effects.
It was only after 5-10 years of use, that people started to discover that there WERE side effects.
The site also lists several bullet points on why you should get Hoodia Balance, such as that it will suppress your appetite, it's powerful, and improve your mood (it's a mood enhancer). But they are simply averring such benefits without anything back it up.
Hoodia can indeed help suppress your appetite, I think there is enough studies out there that can back that claim.
But there are none that prove Hoodia Balance works or not. If you are one of the few people who want to spend money to try something that most likely will not work - go ahead.
For those who can not afford to waste money, do not consider buying Hoodia Balance at all.
To me, I would stay away from Hoodia Balance - don't be gullible and fall for those gimmicks. The fact is Hoodia Balance is not backed up medical research, and is only promoted by those who want to earn your hard-earned money. Anyone can tell you their product works, and help you lose weight. Anyone can put up pictures of skinny ladies to decieve you.