Dr. Oz and Dr. Chen Review On Garcinia Cambogia Extract
“How can I burn fat without spending every waking moment exercising and diet?” Dr. Oz asked in his show, not too long ago. This is a question Dr. Oz always raises, since it’s his job.
Fortunately, he also has the answer: “Well, thanks to brand new scientific research, I can tell you about a revolutionary fat buster that you are hearing about here first”. He was talking about Garcinia Cambogia, the new scientific discovery in the latest weight loss research.
With his special guest, Dr. Julie Chen, Oz explained to us how this brand new and 100% natural ingredient is capable of suppressing the appetite and preventing fat accumulation.
Also known after the name of “Malabar tamarind,” or after the active component chemical name “hydroxycitric acid (HCA),” this fruit has been used for centuries in India’s Ayurvedic medicine. As a small looking pumpkin, Garcinia Cambogia is native to Indonesia, West and Central Africa, Southeast Asia, and India. Its appetite suppressing abilities have helped many complete their dishes and resist hunger in difficult times.
Nowadays, scientists use Garcinia Cambogia Extract in order to create weight loss supplements. Many laboratories create effective weight loss capsules that use natural ingredients together with the extract.
The scientific literature shows both positive and negative results of the supplements that contain the extract. However, most of the reviews display positive results in weight loss, especially when the supplement is being used in combination with a healthy diet and a steady exercise program.
Garcinia Cambogia Extract Explained On The Dr Oz Show
The conversation between Dr. Oz and Dr. Chen went about like this:
Dr. Oz: “How much weight would an average woman expect to lose if she uses this for a month for example?”
Dr. Chen: “On average, about four pounds… but, I always recommend diet and exercise with it, so if people take the supplements with it, they actually will lose 2-3 times what they would normally lose with just diet and exercise alone.”
Dr. Chen continues explaining how Garcinia Cambogia not only suppresses appetite, but also has the ability to help those who consume too much food when they are emotionally challenged. It seems this fruit helps people go to sleep easier and their bodies no longer secrete cortisol, the fat building hormone.
They further on provided more information on how the HCA active ingredient manages to lock citrate lyase, the enzyme responsible with transforming carbs and sugars into fats that get stored in cells and cause weight gain. More than this, HCA is known to decrease the LDL (bad cholesterol) triglyceride levels.
This fruit’s appetite suppressing qualities are known for increasing the serotonin levels. Low levels of serotonin induce depression and stress. This leads to emotional eating that causes too much weight gain. HCA increases the serotonin levels and causes the body to burn fats much easier.
Garcinia Cambogia Extract Research
A study on 60 obese patients has been conducted, for about 8 weeks. One group was given HCA, while the other was given a placebo. By the end of the study, the HCA group met an approximate weight loss of 14 pounds, while the placebo one lost only 6 pounds. Both groups were on diet, consuming only 1,200 calories per day.
The study also revealed LDL, triglycerides and serum leptin levels were dramatically reduced, while HDL (good cholesterol), serotonin levels, and excretion of urinary fat metabolites (biomarkers of fat burning) were very much heightened.
Garcinia Cambogia supplements have been shown repeatedly in multiple studies to be safe. However, our two doctors recommended pregnant and breastfeeding mothers not to use it. Also, people with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia should avoid taking this supplement, as it may aggravate their situation.
Dr. Oz’s final recommendations were to avoid Garcinia Cambogia supplements that are made with artificial ingredients, to take only the supplements that contain more than 50% HCA, to take 500-1000 mg capsules 30 minutes before each meal and avoid going for more than 3000 mg per day.
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