Garcinia Cambogia Extract Reviews And Research on Side Effects

Garcinia Cambogia extract has received a lot of attention lately and GarciniaCambogiaScam.org strives to provide the facts behind the supplements safety and effectiveness.

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San Diego, Jan. 16, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (http://www.myprgenie.com) -- Today, the renowned Garcinia Cambogia reviews and research blog, GarciniaCambogiaScam.org, launched its new in-depth review of Garcinia Cambogia, the newest supplement to hit the weight loss market. The report analyzes the efficacy (whether it works or not) of Garcinia Cambogia, the safety of Garcinia Cambogia and reveals the 3 highest rated Garcinia Cambogia extract supplements for 2014.

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It is very important to exercise caution when buying Garcinia Cambogia online. When shopping for a supplement, look for pure Garcinia Cambogia extract with at least 50% HCA. Another crucial factor is choosing a pure Garcinia Cambogia extract with no fillers, binders, or stimulants. Stimulants may cause unwanted side effects. Finding a supplement made in a USA-based, GMP certified lab is an additional plus.

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Researchers at GarciniaCambogiaScam.org also warn against buying supplements endorsed by Dr. Oz. This is a red flag, as Dr. Oz does not endorse any particular Garcinia Cambogia supplement.

As for the proper Garcinia Cambogia dosage, most reviews and clinical studies show that taking 500-1000mg of Garcinia Cambogia extract before meals is optimal. It is important to not exceed 2800mg of GCE per day. A meta-analysis published in the Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine journal revealed that no adverse effects were observed at levels up to 2800mg/day.

Garcinia Cambogia does work and the efficacy has been demonstrated in several clinical studies. A study in the journal for Diabetes, obesity & metabolism concluded that Hydroxycitric acid led to a 5-6% decrease in body weight and BMI.

Another study published in the American journal of Bariatric Medicine concluded that a Garcinia Cambogia extract supplement led to 11.14 pounds of weight loss over 8 weeks. Participants in the active group lost 265% more weight than the control group.

The lead research, Lisa King, urges consumers to exercise caution and reach out to her if any questions arise.

Contact: Lisa King, lisaking22a@gmail.com, 760-609-0968

Lisa King, , 760-609-0968