Vanquish is SAN's latest weapon in the fight against obesity. Vanquish contains revolutionary and novel ingredients that are known to possess appetite controlling properties while being natural and safe at the same time. One of its ingredients 'Hoodia' is found in the desert of South Africa. Used by nomadic bushman for thousands of years 'Hoodia' blunts appetite and increases energy. Griffonia Simplicifolia is the second ingredient in Vanquish taking the formula to the next level. By controlling appetite through a second and totally different mechanism users are able to achieve their personal fitness and weight loss goals without compromising health.
Background on Hoodia
Previously known only to the native people of the Kalahari Desert, Hoodia Gordonii has garnered worldwide acceptance after the news touted it as the next miracle drug in the fight against weight-loss. In African tribes, Hoodia is employed to suppress hunger and thirst when traveling extremely long distances by foot where food is restricted. First observed by a Dutch anthropologist in 1937, studying the San Bushman of the Kalahari Desert, Hoodia slowly made its way to the Western World. Hoodia is also known to provide a state of alertness (increasing ATP content, see above paragraph) without the jittery felling most other diet products cause... Ephedra comes to mind here. The ideal dose is in the neighborhood of approximately 250-500mg every 6-8 hours to suppress appetite. Take your serving at least 30 minutes prior to a meal with at least 8oz. of water to reduce caloric consumption. As a warning though, be prepared that you might not eat at all.
Not Effective Didnt work....plain and simple. Reviewer: Joe from St. Pete FL | Date: 6/13/2012
1 out of 5
Good Company name SAN is a very good company name and normally I like all of their prods but this one is like a hoodia wannabe. It seems like the Hoodia is the only thing that made it slightly effective.
No loses, No gains (good thing) just a very slight energy increase. Reviewer: Pillpopper384 from Lincoln, NE | Date: 5/11/2011