by: Bruce Brightman - LifeSource Vitamins
The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published
such a study that used a daily dose of 1500mg of HCA over a 12-week period on
healthy, overweight adults. At the end of the study, the group receiving garcinia cambogia did not see statistically different
weight loss from the control group. However, this study has been criticized by
some, with the claim that the high-fiber diet used in the trial likely
interfered with the body's ability to absorb HCA. Unfortunately, the study did
not test the subjects to see whether HCA was found in the cells where it
Garcinia cambogia reportedly does not have any known adverse effects in healthy
adults, but there are some people who are advised not to take it. According to
experts, this includes children, pregnant and lactating women, those diagnosed
mellitus, and people with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia disease.
In the case of Alzheimer's patients, it is thought HCA might form acetyl
choline in the brain, while diabetics could be affected by HCA's tendency to
lower blood sugar.
Conversely, in healthy adults this latter effect can purportedly curb cravings
for sweets and carbohydrates.
This is very promising.
Bruce Brightman – founder
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