Caralluma Fimbriata

People want to know where to buy Caralluma fimbriata because it helps them lose weight.

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What is Caralluma fimbriata? It is a vegetable that has been used for hundreds of years in India as a natural appetite suppressant. No, there were not that many people concerned about weight loss or dieting. Rather, it was used by hunters who had to go for many days on a meager diet.

Can you imagine what it would be like if you had to pack loads of food in your carrying pouch as you go out and hunt? You'd probably get tired from all that load. That's why hunters had to travel light, and that meant adjusting your appetite. In some cases, famine would force people to adjust their eating habits, and Caralluma fimbriata helped people increase their endurance as well as cope with the reduced food supply.

How does this work? Some amount of enzyme-blocking is involved, which also blocks the formation of fat. This leads to the burning of your fat reserves. Well, that's what some people believe. Also, the part of your brain that controls your appetite is affected (how else will something curb your hunger pangs, right?).

Today, some people are also using this to help lower their blood sugar. Remember, however, to please consult with your professional health care provider before you go off and buy products in the US such as Country Life's GenaSlim supplement. Afterall, there is an important reason why food authorities such as the FDA will caution you about highly popular "miracle diet" food supplements.

Yes, you might say that hey, physically fit tribesmen or hunters have used this for centuries in India, right? Still, it is more prudent to consult with your doctor before you start taking Caralluma fimbriata. Stay safe! :-)

[ First posted on 10/02/2008 by Manuel Viloria ]

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