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For generations the San bushmen of southern Africa have used hoodia in a different way - to suppress hunger when food is scarce or when hunting. "When children are feeling hungry the San feed them hoodia so they don't feel hungry all the time," said Axel
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For thousands of years the San tribe have eked out a meagre living in the Kalahari. The medicinal uses of the hoodia cactus have been handed down from generation to generation; its capacity to stave off hunger and thirst has proved invaluable to the San h
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Goldfarb: "The appetite suppressant effect -- after it accumulates in your system, after only a few days that we saw in our study has shown that people will cut their calories probably in less than half and their not desiring any additional food."
Grown mainly in the Kalahari Desert region of South Africa, Hoodia Gordonii is an all-natural appetite suppressant, derived from a cactus-like plant with prickly spikes. Scientists have been researching the Hoodia plant for almost a decade, and have found
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