NIDORA ® is based on more than 20 years of research
Dr. Stephen Hill, a highly recognised neurologist, has been studying the effects of smell and taste on weight loss and on eating habits for more than 20 years. He has conducted numerous clinical researches to study the effects of smell and taste. The results he gathered over his 20-years medical activity made possible the creation of the first of its kind weight loss solution.
No other weight loss system has such eloquent clinical results
Over a 6 month period, 1000 women and 1000 men sprinkled scented, flavorless crystals on everything they ate.
Every piece of food, every little bite. Every bowl of cereal and every bowl of ice cream... No one from these
2000 people didn't knew, whether they are taking the product or placebo, but the researchers were informed.
100 people amongst the 2000 didn't test the product, but were given placebo. They also didn't knew, what are
they given. In addition participants were not required to change their normal diet or exercise program.
So we have two groups taking part in the clinical study. A test group wich is given the product to be tested and a control group which is given placebo, a mixture, that looks like the test product, but it doesn't effect the organism in any way. It is neccessary to have a control group, because researchers can compare its results to those from the test group and decide, if the product is really medically active.
Researchers weighed participants at the beginning of the study, then again at the end of the study. The results are illustrated on the first diagram. The 1900 people, that took part in the clinical study as the test group and completed the program lost an average of 30 lbs - approximately 12% of their total body weight. Participants achieved these results without following any special exercise regime or diet. Those 100 in the control group gained 200-300 g on average.
This was followed by a double-blind, placebo-controlled study conducted by an independent laboratory, in which participants lost 27.5 This was followed by another study, conducted by an independent laboratory, in which 100 male and 100 female participants were separated in two groups – one was given NIDORA and the other was given placebo. Neither of the groups and also the researchers, knew which group is taking NIDORA and which – placebo. An independent observer was informed which group was given NIDORA and which placebo. The independent results showed that the people from the test group lost about 28 lbs, about 7% of their body mass, on average. The result is shown in diagram two. Those in the placebo group lost 2 lbs, on average. Participants were also instructed not to change their existing diet or exercise program.
NIDORA was proven effective in one of the largest clinical studies ever performed on a non-prescription weight loss product
Clinical studies require the existence of two groups – test group and placebo group. The test group uses the trial product and the control group is given placebo. Both groups don't know, what are they taking. This is necessary for the researchers to determine, if the test product is really medically active and it doesn't rest on psychological bases.
The NIDORA research gave clinically proven results, because there were two independent studies. In the first the two different groups didn't knew, what they are given, but the researchers were aware of it. In the second clinical study researchers and participants were not informed which group is taking NIDORA and which - placebo. The type of the second research is called double-blinded. Double-blinded studies reduce the chance of manipulating results in order to show the product in a better light. Both tests gave positive results for the weight loss effect of NIDORA.