Garcinia cambogia is a tropical fruit originated from India and Africa. This fruit is classified as the citrus family, to which oranges and lemons also belong. You cannot eat the raw fruit because it has extreme sour taste.
As it turns out, this product was shown to help study participants lose up to 10 pounds in one month, even when they didn't go on a diet of any kind. So from that point of view, this product does work.
I could only slightly connect my weight loss to my background desire to burn fat. But I really hadn't begun to question my improving physique when karma gave me a nudge in the right direction, as karma likes to do.
Garcinia Cambogia extract was responsible for the pleasant surprise of my weight loss but I wasn't actively and intentionally using Garcinia Cambogia extract as a supplement. I was taking it without being aware of it because it's an ingredient of the local curry that I've recently acquired a taste for - and it was working just fine.
So I now know that Garcinia Cambogia extract is effective but a negative comment I read in my research concerned me. I saw that one clinical study determined that the group using Garcinia Cambogia extract showed no significant difference than those taking a placebo. Well, studies basing findings on placebo difference are hogwash!
Hydroxycitric acid (HCA) is very effective to reduce the unhappy feeling, such as upset, depressed, sad, anxious, etc, during your weight loss program. There are many people feeling sad or depressed when they are doing their weight loss program. This is because the hydroxycitric acid (HCA) has similar "filling" sensation on many people as food does.
This is another advantage of consuming this Garcinia cambogia extract. There are many studies showing that this product is safe. The hydroxycitric acid does not have any side effects in human body.
You can just search it in Google. However, you should be careful because there are some bad products sold in the market.
I wonder how many potentially good products have been squashed by a supposedly scientific methodology that hasn't even factored in the pertinent factors.
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