ACCORDING TO DATA PUBLISHED by the NHANES report on “Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity
among Adults – United Stated, 2005-2006,” figures suggest a worrying future for the
population of the United States and further afield. With 66.3% of non-institutionalized
adults being overweight or obese, a worrying 32% of these are considered physically
impaired by their condition.
The data also goes on to suggest that the problem is not one restricted to older
generations, with 19% of 6-11 year olds being overweight. The issue has been a growing
problem decade upon decade, where the UK government initially addressed obesity as
being an “equality” issue, through the somewhat criticized “Black Report”.
Despite the “Black Report” blaming ignorance and equality issues for obesity and weight
problems amongst adults, the continued exposure of the link between dieting and weight
loss has went no way to curbing an issue which affects more of the western industrialized
world than anything else. With the rise of obesity as a problem that spurs medical
conditions costing the world economy over $3 Billion Dollars each year, the dieting
industry has seen a massive “boom”, with diet after diet hitting the market. From the
much criticized “Atkins diet” more products and commercialized strategies hit the
market each year.
Scientific research suggests that of a random sample of 20 diet plans conducted between
2002-2006 sixteen showed strong evidence of measured results. So why is our world still
blighted by a curable condition that affects more of us than cancer? The answer is said
by many to not be our choice of diet, but how the power of human will affects the human
ability to stick to the diet we choose.
That is why, on the strength of such evidence, the dieting market has seen a massive
shift in the forces and aims that direct it. It is no longer the diet that is most
effective for weight loss that wins; it is the diet that is able to control our eating
and appetite that is the niche that needs to be filled (source: UK Department of Health).
Hoodia Gordonii* products were initially utilized by the population of South Africa
for medicinal purposes, and in particular for indigestion rather than weight control
and weight loss. The qualities of the core ingredients of the plant, and in particular
P57 sparked a large scale bidding war after the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial
Research) patented what later became known as the core ingredient in the “Hoodia Diet”.
Hoodia weight loss and the Hoodia diet pill have been exposed to acclaim and criticism.
Much of this is due to the result of pharmaceutical companies selling Hoodia Gordonii weight
loss supplements that do not contain the P57 ingredient. They then go onto claim they
are selling “Hoodia Gordonii” without specifying that it does not contain the patented
Hoodia Weight Loss and its proven results (Source: Pfizer) in suppressing eating
habits may not provide weight loss on its own. The core quality in the “Hoodia Diet”
is its ability to control the human desire for foods that are not compatible with our
dieting strategy. The role of “Hoodia Gordonii” in the future of dieting may not be
clear, however, as the market for dieting evolves we can be sure that it will have a
substantial role to play.
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