Lose weight while licking luxurious lollipops? It all sounds far too good to be true, but that’s apparently what’s on offer with these new Hoodia Pops. Hoodia Gordonii is popping up all over the place in various forms for quite some time now, though it has to be said that these lollipops are possibly the most creative to date. As for the plant itself, it’s said to be something of a new wonder-supplement that’s able to reduce appetite and boost weight loss with no adverse effects on the individual whatsoever. So really, it’s impossible not to think it’s entirely too good to be true.
So, the question is, will Hoodia Pops prove to be a genuinely genius innovation that work, or are they just another twist on a fad that’s yet to be proved in any way effective?
If you’ve not come across Hoodia Gordonii yet, it’s basically a plant from South Africa that’s said to be a brilliant weight loss aid. As such, products containing it are appearing like mushrooms after a downpour, though it’s hard not to be taken in by these cute and curious Hoodia Pops. I mean, who wouldn’t like to eat sweets a lose weight at the same time? The theory is that by eating once of these lollipops, you have slowly taken in a dose of the plant itself while at the same time satisfying your cravings. This then means you’re less tempted to eat more than you rightly should and thus lose weight without really having to try. Of course, this all sounds way too good to be true, so it’s worth looking a little further into the subject.
Most buyers don’t have a bad word to say about Hoodia Pops as they not only love the way they work, but also the great flavors they come in and how much more enjoyable they are than swallowing pills. As for appetite suppression, the effects are said to be modest at best, but this is supposedly a good thing – it means you will still enjoy your food and will not end up eating too little. The lollipops work out at about a dollar each so it’s pretty cheap compared to most other health foods – a really impressive start to the product’s real pluses.
As is the case with all products from the range so far, there are some that insist Hoodia Pops simply do not work. They speak of them having no real effect whatsoever, despite the fact that they do indeed taste great. It’s mainly because there have been no specific tests carried out on the Hoodia Pops that puts people off, so if you really were spending $30 on a pack of sweets that don’t do Jack, chances are you could call it expensive. On the whole, though, there aren’t too many real minuses.
Other than the sweet stuff that goes into your average lollipop, Hoodia Pops contain a hefty and high quality dose of the Hoodia plant itself. It’s a natural extract that’s so far been found to pose no danger of allergic reactions or side-effects, but it is nonetheless vital to consult a doctor before beginning any weight loss plan.
As far as weight loss aids go, there are few that are more pleasant and enjoyable to scoff down than Hoodia Pops. And there’s also plenty of evidence to suggest they work on the consumer reviews out there too, but until a full study is carried out on the Pops themselves, chances are the other half of the market will not be convinced. And for good reason. Taking a risk with your money and health is nothing to take lightly, even for something as amusing as weight loss lollipops.
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