Olympian Labs Hoodia Gordonii Description
South African scientists have been testing the Hoodia since 1996, when they discovered the plant contained a previously unknown molecule that replicates the effect glucose has on nerve cells in the brain, fooling the body into thinking it is full, even when it is not. Hoodia's appetite suppressing molecule is said to be nearly 10,000 times stronger than glucose.
Corn, yeast, barley, lactose, citrus, fish and egg products, added flavorings, sugars and sweeteners, salt, preservatives, salicylates, and artificial colors.
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