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Hoodia gordonii update: Honest sellers, safety information and weight loss realities

6/12/2006 - I am an outspoken critic of hoodia gordonii scams and con artists, but a supporter of honest nutritional supplements and herbal medicine in general. I've followed this story for almost two years now, and was the first to reveal the "Pure Hoodia" scam. As a consumer health advocate, I speak out on anything...

Hoodia fraud: Counterfeit hoodia gordonii weight loss pills dominate the market

2/21/2006 - This is an article about the market for hoodia gordonii, the diet pills used to suppress appetite and now being sold by a variety of companies. To begin this article, I have to tell you that I can't reveal everything I've discovered in this market. It's extremely frustrating, but it's absolutely true...

Diet Pill Supplement Scam: Two-Thirds of Hoodia Gordonii Pills Sold In the United States Are Counterfeit

8/30/2005 - As part of an ongoing investigation into Hoodia Gordonii supplements sold around the world, Truth Publishing has now learned that eleven out of seventeen brand-name hoodia supplements have failed a laboratory analysis of authenticity. The laboratory tests, conducted by Alkemist Pharmaceuticals in Costa...

Hoodia gordonii helps for weight loss, but isn't a miracle solution

4/6/2005 - The popularity of hoodia gordonii as an appetite suppressant continues to skyrocket. I've had an increasing number of readers e-mailing me to ask about the herb and tell me about their experiences with it. And when I've talked to various retailers and suppliers of the herb, I've learned that demand...

Consumer Alert: Hoodia Gordonii weight loss pills scam exposed by independent investigation

3/26/2005 - Truth Publishing can now reveal the details of an exhaustive investigation into what may be the largest Hoodia Gordonii supplement scam operating in North America: the Pure Hoodia, Inc. company. (This article has recently been updated with even more evidence, see below for details.) In this exclusive...

Hoodia gordonii is no miracle weight loss pill, health investigation reveals

12/5/2004 - This is part six of our investigative series on hoodia gordonii, the natural appetite suppressant herb now gaining widespread popularity as a potential weight loss pill. If you've read much about hoodia, it all sounds rather convincing: lose weight without feeling hungry. What could be easier? But...

Independent investigation reveals trusted sources for buying hoodia gordonii pills for weight loss

12/5/2004 - This is part five of our investigative series on hoodia gordonii, a natural appetite suppressant for weight loss. I spent $1,742 and over a hundred hours investigating the hoodia industry, ordering products, and interviewing hoodia product providers. What I've found is that many companies claiming to...

Consumer alert: con artists sell counterfeit hoodia gordonii as bogus weight loss pills

12/5/2004 - This is part four of our investigative report into Hoodia Gordonii, a natural appetite suppressant herb. As part of our investigation, we interviewed hoodia growers and suppliers, learning that con artists are hard at work trying to ride the current wave of hoodia publicity. When there's money to be...

Hoodia Gordonii emerges as natural appetite suppressant with weight loss potential

11/29/2004 - This is part three of our investigative report into Hoodia Gordonii, a natural appetite suppressant. (If you missed part 2, click here to read it.) In this part, we're exploring how hoodia works to control appetite and actually help people lose weight. Understanding hoodia is easier when you consider...

Hoodia Gordonii holds promise as natural appetite suppressant

11/22/2004 - Continuing with the investigative report on hoodia gordonii, a natural appetite suppressant, let's now explore the issue of how appetite control impacts weight loss. (If you missed it, click here to view part 1.) For most people, the real weight loss challenge has relatively to do with dieting, exercise,...

Consumer interest in hoodia gordonii skyrockets, but can it really help with weight loss?

11/22/2004 - It's a bold promise: a plant that can turn off your hunger like a light switch. The ultimate appetite suppressant. The "sure thing" strategy for losing weight. Almost sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Pfizer didn't think so: they spent $32 million just for the rights to a patent on chemical compounds...

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