Garcinia Cambogia is a fruit native to Southeast Asia, where it has been used centuries for flavoring , as a food preservative, and digestive aid. Garcinia Cambogia is rich in HCA (hydroxycitric acid), a close relative of citric acid, it is the agent that gives its characteristic sour taste to citrus fruits. HCA is a safe and natural supplement.
Garcinia Cambogia prevents the liver from transforming carbohydrates and sugars and storing theme as body reserves.
Garcinia Cambogia Extract, Gelatin; Gelling agent; Anti caking agent: Magnesium Stearate (3mg); Silicon Dioxide (2mg).
Bottle with 60 capsules.
2 capsules daily : one for lunch and one for dinner .
Disclaimer: Food Supplement. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Should not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach and sight of children. This dietary supplement is not a medicine. Do not take if you are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients. It is recommended to consume at least 2 liters of water per day. Do not use if pregnant or lactating.
Dr. Julie T. Chen, MD in internal medicine and integrative medicine at the University of San Jose, California.
At the base of the sensationalism, sometimes exaggerated, which was created around the product, there are actually various indications of efficacy.
As Dr. Julie Chen testifies in Dr. Oz Show based on her clinical experience, the use of Garcinia Cambogia could be very effective.
Garcinia Cambogia effects on body were analyzed in various independent studies.
Its action inhibits the production of the hepatic enzyme ATP citratoliase leading to a reduction of sugar transformation into triglycerides, and causes a decrease in the production of acids from protein metabolism.
When energy intake is greater than the energy requirements of the body, the excess glycogen is converted into glucose, which is stored in the liver and muscles for later conversion into energy. Weight gain occurs when the body's ability to store glycogen is reached. At this point, the excess glucose is converted to acetyl coenzyme A by a metabolic pathway that involves the enzyme lyase ATP - citrate, and then in the fat molecules, which are stored in fat cells. HCA is a competitive inhibitor of ATP citrate lyase, a key enzyme that facilitates the synthesis of fatty acids, cholesterol and triglycerides. HCA may therefore reduce the synthesis of fatty acids during excessive intake of carbohydrates.