Well, that, when one thought that he was already chastened and that nothing more crazy than what he already knows, and that is not little, appears in the glittering business in the slimming industry the nth weight loss story. It is called NIDORA ® and I do not know the origin of its name.
What is NIDORA ® ?
According to the original website that promotes it …
“NIDORA ® is a weight loss system created by a clinically proven medicine professional”
Its operating system can not be simpler , again according to its promoters,
Sprinkle NIDORA ® on your food and you will eat less, you will feel full faster and you will lose weight naturally.
That is, they pretend to make us believe that it is a “powder” that generously scattered as a salt shaker over what is going to eat is generated in the diner a faster activation of appetite control , so that it ends eating much less than if these “magic powders” were not used . Wow, they have discovered, like many others, the philosopher’s stone of slimming treatment and we did not find out. Well, without learning about the orthodox channels on this type of discovery with incalculable practical dimensions … if true, of course.
I know what you’re thinking, and no, it’s not about sprinkling your food with a product that contributes to what you’re going to eat unpleasant characteristics in the “skunk-ass scent” scenario, do you remember ( Woman gets thin because the food smells like shit and sells your system )? No, according to the website from which it is sold, NIDORA ® bases its operation on an extremely simple scientific process . Say what…
While we eat, the receptors of smell and taste send messages to the brain, which releases certain hormones to indicate to the organism that it is time to stop eating. By intensifying the smell, NIDORA ® accelerates the activation of the feeling of satiety, therefore, you eat less and eat fewer calories! As NIDORA ® works with the body’s natural impulses, instead of against them, there is no feeling of hunger or anxiety.
If your operating system is interesting, what you should not miss are the promises regarding its benefits , that is, the magnitude of the weight loss per unit of time. Well, look, about 15 kilos in six months … without diet, without restrictions, without exercise, naturally, pleasantly, without yo-yo effect … as I say the philosopher’s stone of weight loss.
In case you have not understood it, they will explain it again in this illustrative video. Prodigious calculation of calories lost.
And what does NIDORA ® contain to perform such a prodigy?
I will not expand: Maltodextrin (without gluten, clarify); Tricalcium phosphate; silica; soybean (soy lecithin) and natural and artificial flavorings (which by the way is not specific). You can check them in this link . I imagine your next question, is there any favorable opinion on any of these ingredients, alone or in a wise combination, that certifies their properties when it comes to promoting satiety and therefore facilitate weight loss? Estoooo …
The question is a joke, right? No, or anything remotely approached.
How many studies are there to certify its effectiveness?
Zero player. Well actually, there seems to be one: the one that the manufacturer claims to have or have done and that does not appear anywhere. And record that speaks of him (you can check this link ) with a pomposity that leaves one with his mouth open :
No other system to lose weight has achieved such eloquent clinical results . For 6 months, 1000 women and 1000 men sprinkled flavored crystals but without flavor in everything they ate. In each serving of food, in each small bite, in each bowl of cereal and in each glass of ice cream … None of these 2000 people knew if he was ingesting the product (NIDORA ® ) or if he was taking a placebo, only the researchers knew it . The product was not supplied to 100 people in the 2000s, instead they received a placebo. They also did not know what was being supplied to them. In addition, participants were not asked to change their normal diet and / or exercise program.
[…] The 1900 people who took part in the clinical study as a test group and completed the program lost an average of 15 kg. The participants came to these results without following a special diet and / or exercise regimen. The 100 of the control group lost an average of only 1 kg.
And who is that Dr. Setephen Hill, a renowned neurologist, who endorses the system?
I do not know, I’ve searched everywhere and the only thing I’ve found is this eloquent web , “static” where there are, to testify to his person. And hope that the best is still missing.
In this website of the system literally states that NIDORA ® is not a dietary supplement, so here in Spain should not apply Royal Decree 1487/2009 relating to this class of products and which aspire to ascribe all sellers of slimming martingales (green coffee, tea of the same color, phaseolamin, pepper extract …). No, these pass Olympicly from the RD 1487/2009 and say not to define a dietary supplement. So, with the chosen bunch of legislation that one dominates, the only thing that can be applied is the RD 1907/1996 , on advertising and commercial promotion of products, activities or services with purported sanitary purpose … and what do we do when applied to it? ? Well contrast that hardly another product of these characteristics meets as many irregularities as does the NIDORA ® of yore. According to this RD is expressly prohibited:
- Suggest specific slimming or anti-obesity properties: Incomplete (hahaha)
- That claim a therapeutic utility for one or more diseases, without adjusting to the requirements and requirements provided in the Law of Medicine and provisions that develop it: Incomplete
- That provide certain relief or cure securities: Incomplete
- That they use as backup any type of authorizations, homologations or controls of sanitary authorities of any country: Incumple ( mention to the FDA)
- That they intend to provide testimonies of health professionals, of famous people or known by the public or of real or supposed patients, as a means of induction to consumption: Incumple
- That attribute to food products, intended for dietary or special regimes, preventive, curative or other properties than those recognized to such products in accordance with its special regulations: Incomplete
- That they use the natural term as a characteristic linked to pretended preventive effects: Incumple
- And, in general, that they attribute specific preventive or therapeutic effects that are not backed by sufficient technical or scientific evidence accredited and expressly recognized by the State Health Administration: Incomplete
Well, there you have it, NIDORA ® , a miracle product like a pine tree that, according to my sources, is at the moment in the spotlight of many of those stores known as herbalists. A paradigmatic example of what we need least in the field of obesity, accessible in our environment and as far as I know, our health authorities looking the other way. So there is no way.