Garcinia Cambogia – helps or not?

Garcinia Cambogia is a fruit, commonly known as Garcinia gummi-gutta. It is traditionally used in Asian cooking as a flavoring. Now day, medical practitioners are highly recommending it as a weight loss supplement and as a consequence several herbal supplement manufacturers are rushing to make their own version of the supplement. But before trying it let us examine if it is safe and it really works?

Results of studies. Results of the studies conducted to judge the effectiveness of Garcinia Cambogia on humans and animals show that the extract is effective in reducing weight in animals and a section of humans but not in all. The product definitely shows some short term improvement but long term effects are uncertain.

Safety: Yes, Garcinia Cambogia extract is safe. But one should take it according to prescribed dosage that is 500 mg each time, 3 times a day in empty stomach. It can be taken continually up to 12 weeks.

Beneficial features: It is natural, so you don’t have to fear about consuming chemicals. Helps in controlling craving for food. Reduces weight, but more so when combined with diet and exercise. Generally there are no side effects unless you overdose yourself. Affordable and easily available.

Adverse features: Not all experience the same benefit from it. Fatal to consume with medications against diabetes or allergy. Results vanish if you don’t diet and exercise in the long run.

You can find independent reviews by users who are really benefited by the extract. And when reputed doctors are endorsing it, it can be trusted. It is true, that there is hardly any weight loss formula that works alone without dieting and exercising. So, all in all, Garcinia Cambogia supplement works, if you buy it from a well known manufacturer.

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