|By PR Newswire||
|January 2, 2014 10:01 AM EST||
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Garcinia Cambogia extract has gotten a lot of things lately -- sales, popularity, and reviews, to name a few.
This news report collects information from all the major Garcinia Cambogia extract reviews and clinical studies and creates an honest analysis of popular opinions -- the good and the bad.
Dr. Oz called Garcinia Cambogia a "revolutionary fat-buster." In this clinical study , Garcinia Cambogia extract was shown to not only reduce body fat, but to lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, meaning patients not only lost weight, but they became healthier.
In another study , patients taking Garcinia Cambogia lost 265% more weight than patients using a placebo.
So why does Garcinia Cambogia work so well? Here are a few reasons from the most cohesive Garcinia Cambogia extract review:
- Targeting fat cells.
- Stopping new fat cells from forming.
- Boosting serotonin production, increasing mood.
- Reducing stress hormones.
Weight-loss expert Michelle Carrillo reports: "Overall – the [Garcinia Cambogia reviews] online seem to be mostly positive but the negatives are either that people have bought poor quality supplements with side effects or signed up to a 'free' trial without reading the small print."
"Reading some of the honest Garcinia Cambogia extract reviews can give you a better idea of which supplement to buy."
"One thing we consistently found in the Garcinia Cambogia reviews available online is that 60% hydroxycitric acid (HCA) is necessary for the supplement to be effective." HCA is the natural derivative responsible for the outstanding weight loss. Some companies dilute the supplement so much that it becomes ineffective.
Another problem with a lot of the supplements available is that manufacturers will add artificial chemicals, ruining a natural, healthy product just to make it cheaper. Garcinia Cambogia reviews that were written after taking unnatural supplements tend to be less positive.
"When we examined the Garcinia Cambogia extract reviews, we noticed that a lot of people were having problems with companies from China, either because they didn't fulfill their promises or because their labs were not certified."
"Be sure to get your supplement from a certified lab in the USA," says Lisa King, a consumer research specialist quoted at PRNewswire.com. "Garcinia Cambogia side effects have been reported with supplements not made in the USA, where artificial fillers and binders are added."
Here's how to find a trustworthy supplement:
- Look for 60% HCA.
- Look for an American company with a certified lab.
- Look for a 100% natural and pure supplement.
- Don't spend more than $60 per bottle.
Why shouldn't consumers spend more than $60? Lisa King says, "If a single bottle costs more than $60, you can be sure the manufacturer has added some unnecessary filler."
"Our compiled research from a variety of Garcinia Cambogia extract reviews shows that the supplement is highly effective." Clinical studies reinforce this with some impressive statistics. In one study , researchers found that Garcinia Cambogia extract reduced appetite and led to weight loss -- 87% of which was fat.
"You should always speak to your doctor before changing your diet regimen," says Michelle Carrillo, "but many doctors recommend Garcinia Cambogia, including experts like Dr. Oz."
Overall, Garcinia Cambogia reviews show that Garcinia is safe, effective, and inexpensive. Finding the right product is as simple as checking some of the major points listed here, such as concentration and country of origin.
"Clinical studies don't show severe adverse side effects because, unlike in amateur Garcinia Cambogia reviews, clinical researchers use the pure natural extract with accurate levels of Hydroxycitric acid."
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