Stop Snacking With Hoodia
If you’re somebody who struggles with a yo-yo weight and body shape, you’re probably already well aware of he importance of watching your diet and calorie intake. In particular, cellulite is often made worse by these shifting tendencies, especially during the downward shifts of increased eating and a poorer diet and so avoiding these habits can be an important step in curbing the dimples on our thighs.
But it can be difficult, especially as our tendency towards certain behaviours are often seasonal. During the winter months we eat more, exercise less and as result our bodies tend to gain weight, as we approach spring we panic, realising that summer is just around the corner and launch headlong into a quick-fix solution. As we’ve seen in other articles, this is a terrible strategy for both long-term weight management and the reduction of cellulite.
For many, the temptation of snacking and frequent unhealthy binge eating is a significant contributor. Whether it’s munching chocolate biscuits at the office desk in the afternoon, or handfuls of salted peanuts with wine at night, these fat-rich foods do untold harm to cholesterol levels, fat layers and of course, cellulite.
But how to control these desires? Well the best way, as we’ve already covered, is to ensure a diet rich in low GI foods and protein. This helps to regulate blood sugar levels throughout the day and can reduce the desire for snacking. But, with increasingly hectic lifestyles and demands on our time, it’s unsurprising that these important diet rules are either forgotten or are insufficient, especially when portion sizes are reduced with dieting and you’re exercising more.
This is where Hoodia comes in.
According to the story the San Bushmen of the Kalahari desert have used the hoodia plant for thousands of years to ward off the desire for food and drink during their exceptionally long hunting trips. Tramping through the desert on the search for their traditional prey, they were said to cut off the stem and eat the bitter-tasting plant. This act allowed them to push their bodies to the limit, traveling lighter with fewer supplies and without the mental distraction that comes from hunger.
Later, in 1937, a Dutch anthropologist studying the San Bushmen noted that they used the hoodia plant to suppress appetite and the rest, as they say, is history.
Hoodia is now used successfully by thousands as a dieting and weight loss supplement to naturally control eating between meals. Unfortunately, its’ success has meant that it has had to be placed on several endangered and protected species registers, severely restricting its availability in its pure form.
Those still offering pure forms of hoodia must grow the crop specifically for this purpose and so the quantities available for this popular supplement are restricted. In the case of UniqueHoodia, the leading hoodia brand online, it’s not possible to buy more than a six month supply at one time.
Despite this, it’s definitely worth considering if you find yourself battling against frequent snacking and overeating. See below for details on purchasing UniqueHoodia’s pure hoodia tablets.