Appetite suppressants reviews
Obesity is considered as one of the most important nutritional diseases in both developing and developed countries of the world. Despite the wide recognition of the problem, the prevalence of obesity is still increasing among people of different ages.
One of the numerous approaches to weight management, which becomes more and more popular these days, is the use of appetite suppressants. These substances (drugs or dietary supplements) are intended to help those who are on diet to stick to their weight loss regime by decreasing appetite and increasing the feeling of satiety. Nowadays appetite suppressants based on natural ingredients gain more and more popularity in the U.S. and Europe. The main reason why people prefer natural appetite suppressants to their chemical analogues is that they promote weight loss without negatively affecting our health, while many prescription diet pills contain certain ingredients (i.e. ephedrine) which are believed by experts to have an adverse effect on our body over time.
Best Natural Appetite Suppressants
One of the most popular natural appetite suppressants available on the market are Hoodia gordonii products. The succulent cactus-like plant called Hoodia gordonii comes from South Africa and has been used for centuries by local Bushmen to suppress hunger during their long hunting trips. The active ingredient of Hoodia gordonii, P57, has the ability to act on the brain tricking it into thinking that you are full even if you have not eaten. Hoodia gordonii-based products are mainly available in two forms: capsules and liquid form. In the first case the body has to break the capsule before it can absorb appetite suppressing ingredients. In the second case, the supplement starts acting faster as it is better absorbed by the body.
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One of the most recent discoveries in the family of appetite suppressing herbs is Caralluma fimbriata. This cactus grows naturally in Africa, southern Europe, India, and Afghanistan. Local Indian tribes have been using it for a long time as a “famine food” during times of famine. Indian tribesmen also use it during their hunting expeditions to curve hunger and enhance endurance. Caralluma fimbriata has undergone several clinical studies in the United States and in India. These studies proved its appetite suppressing qualities and did not discover any dangerous side effects. Supplements based on Caralluma fimbriata extract are relatively new on the market but may become strong competitors of Hoodia gordonii-based products.
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