Hoodiadrene is a form of diet supplement that is made of the very popular and yet unproven extract of hoodia gordonii. In this case, however, it is combined with a fat burning formulation that is called Z Plex. Although most evidence at the moment suggests that hoodia diet pills don’t have much to offer dieters, it is only fair to examine the manufacturer and the formula further to give this product a chance as it may be worth a try despite the fact that its name links it to more hype than substance.
These pills are manufactured by a large supplement producer called Newton Everett Biotech, which is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is distributed by another large company, called Biovea.
Although hoodia based products are typically marketed as being appetite suppressants, in this case, the supplement is said to be a powerful thermogenic. Pills of this nature are said to function by increasing the body temperature so that more calories can be burned off as heat instead. This can give a small boost to the fat burning of an inactive dieter or can help to considerably increase the fat burner of someone who exercises while using the product – particularly when using cardiovascular exercise.
This does, however, also suggest that Hoodiadrene – like all thermogenics – will be associated with some uncomfortable side effects, despite the fact that he website advertises that there are no dangerous side effects associated with this product. The issue is that many of the ingredients in the formula, such as synephrine and caffeine, are powerful stimulants that are associated with side effects. Synephrine, especially, has had its safety questioned many times and is connected to side effects such as increased blood pressure, higher heart rate, headache, nervousness, jitters, sleeplessness, and more.
According to the directions on the package for Hoodiadrene, the first ten days require the product to be taken three times per day, with three capsules taken at each meal (for a total of nine capsules per day). After that time, the dose is reduced to one capsule taken three times per day with meals, in the case that the dieter feels that it was too strong for the first ten days. Considering the claims that the distributer made that there are no strong side effects connected with its use, it is interesting that the instructions provide a recommendation in the case that the product’s effects are too strong.
The conflicting nature of the information provided about Hoodiadrene makes it a good idea to avoid it and choose a more reliable product for weight loss, instead.