Garcinia cambogia is extracted from a plant that grows in the southern part of India. It’s from a tree that’s small to medium size.
If all the genetic methods we mentioned in the other article seem too inorganic to try, then this is a more natural treatment for a number of problems. The fruit has the chemical hydroxycitricacid (HCA) which can be used to make different kinds of medicines. There is research going on, which suggests that HCA from the garcinia cambogia fruit, may be useful in preventing fat storage, controlling appetite, and increasing exercise endurance; however, whether these effects occur in humans for sure, is still unclear. But it’s a popular product and is inexpensive. If you’d like to buy it here’s the link: No wonder garcinia cambogia is one of the most searched about biotech products on the internet and sells so much on amazon!
Now don’t just go on and buy it. Hang on.
You should also ask the following questions before you get too excited like so many others.
- What is the dosage?
- When to take? When not to?
- What are the side effects?
- Should it not be eaten with certain foods?
- And most importantly – why do you need it?
If it makes sense to you after that, then go ahead and buy.