Hoodielite Reviews – Learn The Truth About Hoodielite

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By - Updated December 10, 2019

Hoodielite: At a Glance

Those looking for facts about Hoodielite may get confused since it is also sold under the name “Hoodia 90”. Nowhere on the website do they explain why the name of the product changed (a very negative sign in the world of diet pills), but they do say that now the product is available in bottles of 90 capsules, so that may explain the name change. It seems Hoodielite and Hoodia 90 are the same thing. The official Hoodielite website has an “As seen on TV” logo and mentions that many TV programs, such as 60 Minutes, Oprah, the BBC and CBS News have featured the product. In reallity, these shows have all featured items containing Hoodia Gordonii, although they never actually endorsed this product, something the Hoodielite company only discloses in the very small print on their website. There is not much specific infomation about Hoodielite on the website, although there is quite a lot of detail about the appetite suppressant Hoodia Gordonii. A lot of the information is redundant and excessive.

Hoodielite: Facts

There is not a list of Hoodielite ingredients, so one must assume it is 100% pure Hoodia. The consumer should have some confidence that they are getting a genuine product, since they disclose analysis reports and a certificate of authenticity issued to the company. The capsules each contain 800mg of Hoodia, so it is recommended that a person take 1 capsule 30-60 minutes before mealtime, a maximum of 3 times per day.

Hoodielite: Positive Features

  • The company displays their certificates of authenticity.
  • Hoodia Gordonii is the only ingredient in the product.
  • It has been proven that Hoodia works to suppress the appetite.
  • This product comes with a manufacturer 30-day money back guarantee.
  • Independent dieting websites have given this product favorable reviews.
  • Most other brands do not contain as much Hoodia as this product, with 800mg of Hoodia per capsule.

Hoodielite: Negative Features

  • The product label is not shown.
  • The website doesn’t have any testimonials.
  • There is very limited useful information on the Hoodielite website.
  • It is not possible to purchase this product from independent retailers or in stores.
  • The product doesn’t contain any fat burners, nor does it increase the metabolism at all.

Hoodielite: Conclusion

There is nothing unique about Hoodielite (or Hoodia 90), except the fact that it contains more Hoodia than its competitors. The product has a negative image, since the website looks outdated and unattractive. The price for Hoodielite is about average, at $39.99 for a month supply, or less if bulk purchased.

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.

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