How The New Ronaxil Works

Schema The chemical constituents in Ronaxilâ„¢ work within the satiety center by releasing a chemical compound similar to glucose, but is up to 100,000 times more powerful. The hypothalamus receives this signal as an indication that enough food has been consumed and this in turn stunts the appetite. This pure organic Hoodia, contains a miracle molecule that, in effect, fools the brain into believing you are full, and even stops you from thinking about food. Hoodia Research and Clinical Studies

The Science behind Hoodia Gordonii

Is there evidence that Hoodia Gordonii works as an appetite suppressant?
Yes! For thousands of years the Bushmen of South Africa having been eating Hoodia Gordonii to fight off hunger during their long hunting trips. The appetite suppressant power of Hoodia Gordonii for the Bushmen is not a question, it is a simple fact of life. So while the Bushmen did not do formal clinical studies, there is thousands of years of real world evidence that eating Hoodia suppresses your appetite. Phytopharm clinical studies performed with Hoodia P57 Phytopharm completed a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study in overweight, but otherwise healthy volunteers using the P57 extract from Hoodia Gordonii. The participants were split into two groups, one received the P57 and the other received a placebo. Each group was told to continue their normal diet and exercise. The results of the study were as follows: When comparing the P57 group to the Placebo group: The P57 group had a statistically significant reduction in caloric intake The P57 group had a statistically significant reduction in body fat The P57 had no adverse side effects On average the P57 group ate about 1,000 calories a day less than those in the control group. These are very impressive results when you consider that the average American man consumes about 2,600 calories a day; a woman about 1,900. (References Below) Brown University Medical School Research on Hoodia effects with Rats Researchers at Brown University Medical School performed studies in 2004. In these studies "Zucker Rats" were fed Hoodia. Zucker Rats are special rats that are bred to be obese and diabetic. Amazingly Zucker Rats that were fed Hoodia lost weight and even saw some reversal of their diabetes. Anything that can stop a rat from eating is very significant! (References Below)

References :
* Van Heerden FR, Vleggaar R, Horak RM, Learmonth RA, Maharaj V, Whittal RD. Pharmaceutical compositions having appetite suppression activity. United States Patent 6,376,657, issued April 23, 2002.
* Tulp OL, Harbi NA, Mihalov J, DerMarderosian A. Effect of Hoodia plant on food intake and body weight in lean and obese LA/Ntul//-cp rats. FASEB J 2001 Mar 7;15(4):A404.
* Tulp OL, Harbi NA, DerMarderosian A. Effect of Hoodia plant on weight loss in congenic obese LA/Ntul//-cp rats. FASEB J 2002 Mar 20;16(4):
* Habeck M. A succulent cure to end obesity. Drug Discovery Today, March 2002, pp 280-1.