December 5, 2013
EliteHoodia is supposed to help you to feel full faster with no known side effects and “certified 100% pure South African hoodia.” They claim that you get a powerful 90 count bottle and they talk about features conducted and shown on shows like 60 minutes. They advertise on TV, and ironically there are quite literally hundreds of hoodia based products making these exact claims focusing on TV ads, a 90 count bottle, and otherwise.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action
The only ingredient named in EliteHoodia is of course hoodia gordonii. Hoodia gordonii is an unattainable ingredient being that you cannot exactly export it from South Africa. They have put a ban on it. In addition, though various clinical studies have been proven and it would technically be stimulant free, every single study has shown that the product does not actually work. It does not provide any benefits including appetite suppression. However, there has been some worry by qualified scientists about its actual safety.
EliteHoodia is not safe to take if:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease or liver problems
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease or liver problems
- You have high blood pressure
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO inhibitor
- You suffer from Glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Liver failure
Overall Impression of EliteHoodia:
We would not recommend using EliteHoodia. It does not have the right ingredients, let alone does it have them in the right amounts. This formula won’t give you the results you are looking for, and it could not possibly reduce appetite. If it actually had the right ingredients and concepts, you would actually see them. They would be more than happy to actually reveal them. However, judging by the facts, you could not get results with this product. It is literally a mirror of just about every other hoodia product.