Ronaxil in the Media

Guess who's talking about the ingredients in Ronaxil?

Hoodia - Magic from the Bushlands of Africa

Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes first broke the hoodia story stateside when she took a trek to the South African Kalahari desert to test out the legend of hoodiaa's appetite suppressing properties. The stories are that the African hunters use hoodia before long journeys to protect them from hunger and thirst. Stahl reported a definite lack of hunger, even at meal times when she usually began to feel hunger pangs. She didn't experience any side effects whatsoever. This story put American's on a quest for the exotic plant. (CBS News 60 Minutes, November 21, 2004).

Today Show correspondent Janet Shambian reported in 2005 and said,I Eat it and you won't want to eat anything else it's a secret bushmen have known for ages and a mystery to the West no more.(NBC News Today, October 24, 2005).

BBC News Correspondent Tom Morgan did his own experiment with hoodia and said that, he did not even think about food. Our brains really were telling us we were full. It was a magnificent deception. Dinner time came and went. We reached our hotel at about midnight and went to bed without food. And the next day, neither of us wanted nor ate breakfast. (BBC Two's Correspondent, June 1, 2003).

Green Tea, P.E [Camellia sinensis]

Oprah guest Dr. Perricone hailed the weight loss properties of green tea as a coffee replacement. Dr. Perricone: Coffee has organic acids that raise your blood sugar, raise insulin. Insulin puts a lock on body fat. When you switch over to green tea, you get your caffeine, you're all set, but you will drop your insulin levels and body fat will fall very rapidly. So 10 pounds in six weeks, I will guarantee it. (The Oprah Winfrey Show, Look 10 Years Younger in 10 Days, November 10, 2004).