The festive season is almost here, and for many people all over North America, Europe and Oceania, this means several weeks of over-indulgence as we travel to see relatives, join in our office parties, go out drinking with friends and colleagues or even just stuff ourselves senseless with home-made feasts and treats such as dates, nuts and chocolates.
For an awful lot of us this is the one time each year when we let our hair down and forget about our waistlines (and bank balances) as much as possible until about January 2nd, when the reality of New Year hits home, and those new year’s resolutions start becoming pressing concerns rather than the mere pleasant imaginings of a few weeks before.
Unsurprisingly, a commitment to lose weight is chief among many peoples’ New Year’s resolutions. Some people find it relatively easy to shed the pounds that have crept up on them over December – these lucky souls usually have fairly healthy lifestyles and a metabolism fast enough to burn excess calories off – but many others find the work of losing weight heavy going (no pun intended).
Rather than taking the radical step of massively changing their diet or undertaking a brutally masochistic exercise regime in order to burn off Christmas before Easter arrives, many people with slightly slower metabolisms can benefit from using diet pills.
Most diet pills work by either suppressing appetite, raising the metabolic rate or by a combination of both. Either method can be effective, but some diet pills that work merely by raising the metabolic rate can have slightly unpleasant side effects such as jitteriness or cause complications for people who suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease or other circulatory problems.
Common ingredients of diet pills that work both by quickening the metabolism and by suppressing appetite include Hoodia gordonii extract, Caralluma fimbriata extract, bitter orange extract and green tea extract. Diet pills that contain high concentrations of one or more of these extracts are sometimes referred to as ‘extreme diet pills’.
One such popular extreme diet pill is called Hoodia Extreme. Hoodia Extreme contains a 10x strength extract of Hoodia gordonii to suppress the appetite plus green tea and bitter orange extracts to slightly raise the metabolic rate. Hoodia gordonii contains a molecule called p57 that has shown strong appetite suppressing properties in experiments upon rats, and although it has not been shown conclusively to suppress appetite in humans, a great deal of anecdotal evidence suggests that many people find Hoodia based products such as Hoodia Extreme very helpful in their quest to lose weight.
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