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|February 21, 2014 07:17 PM EST||
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cindy Walters, research consultant is featured in many news publications. Ms. Walters now discloses the latest information along with any potential side effects reported. In this exclusive report, Ms. Walters provides profoundly important resources shown below:
Garcinia Cambogia extract is being produced by several companies nationwide, due to the overwhelming popularity of this product. The product was originally popularized on the Dr. Oz program, claiming it is now one of the best diet pills and fat burner supplements that can help individuals lose weight without making any additional changes to their diet and lifestyle.
No Change in Eating Habits
The supplement is produced by extracting the essence of the tamarind fruit which is designed to help the body prevent the formation of fat while eliminating fat that is already being stored on the body. As the fat stored on the body is burned away it will show users more effective body measurements. Because the body will no longer absorb fat the way it once did, users will reportedly lose weight even if they do not change their eating habits.
Unwanted Side Effects And 60 Percent HCA Theory
Garcinia Cambogia will naturally boost serotonin levels which will help the body feel satisfied so users are less likely to overeat in an attempt to address cravings. This is a natural supplement that does not cause jitteriness or other side effects that other supplements do. The main ingredients of this product include hydroxycitric acid (HCA), a natural ingredient in tropical plants that is not known to cause unwanted side effects.
Users have been advised to purchase products that contain at least 60 percent hydroxycitric acid. This will guarantee maximum weight loss potential as well as helping a customer avoid fillers that could cause side effects or limit the results of the supplement. The 60 percent ratio ensures that the supplement will be strong enough to get results for anyone using the product.
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