The Awakening

Garcinia Cambogia also helps in metabolism boosting

Women make up a majority of Dr. Oz’s audience. The majority of women would like to lose weight. That is a match made in heaven, a marketer’s dream. And Oz has never hesitated to exploit that fact to increase audience share, playing fast and loose with sensationalized evidence instead of giving his viewers science-based advice. The primary use of garcinia cambogia/HCA is for weight loss and improving exercise performance, though it has also been suggested to treat worms and parasites, emptying the bowel and severe cases of diarrhoea, amongst others, though WebMD says more evidence is needed to support these other claims.
There are generally five key areas of weight loss which include fat burning/binding, appetite suppressing, metabolism boosting, carbohydrate blocking and a diet plan. Garcinia Cambogia claims to target three out of these five key areas, as they describe how the combination of the ingredients work together to burn fat, suppress the appetite and boost metabolism.
” A way to lose weight without “spending every waking moment exercising and dieting.” “Triples your weight loss.” “The most exciting breakthrough in natural weight loss to date.” “The Holy Grail.” Oz claims that “Revolutionary new research says it could be the magic ingredient that lets you lose weight without diet or exercise.” Garcinia Cambogia have those enzymes which stop production of fat cells, thus awakening the energy within.
All that sounds too good to be true, and it is. Garcinia probably does work to some extent to improve weight loss, but the evidence doesn’t begin to justify such grandiose claims.
Oz’s advice.
Dr. Oz recommends a dose of 500-1000 mg of Garcinia cambogia potassium before each meal. (Some experts believe the potassium salt is more effective than other formulations.) He says not to take it if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, because it can worsen dementia.
Garcinia cambogia is a plant native to SE Asia that has been used for centuries by traditional herbalists. Garcinia’s primary bioactive constituent, Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), has been extensively studied for its effects on citrate lyase, which is the main enzyme responsible for the cellular synthesis of fatty acids. Scientific studies indicate that in the presence of HCA, cells produce fewer fatty acids from carbohydrates.

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