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01 November 2011

Hoodia has many side effects

A new Unilever report reveals why they chose to pull the plug on the alleged fat-fighting supplement Hoodia after spending a reported R192 million developing it.

A new Unilever report reveals why the consumer goods giant chose to pull the plug on the alleged fat-fighting supplement Hoodia after spending a reported R192 million developing it.

One website, for instance, claims Hoodia will curb your appetite almost immediately, after taking only a few milligrams, and will not make your heart race.

Too good to be true

 
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