“Research conducted has shown that only five randomized, and controlled findings of Garcinia Cambogia upshot on the loss of weight have been carried out in the last 50 years,” said Scott Kahan, director of the National center for weight and wellness. He also commented further by saying that there are above 14,000 researches on groundless therapies for loss of weight during that time.
Even though it is said to be an appetite suppressant, the golden question still stands ‘how safe is it?’
Appealing to the normal senses, effective weight loss cannot be gained through any pill without side effects. But despite this truth, different formulations like detox tea and Garcinia Cambogia have been produced and some are discovered in weight loss supplements.
The national center for complementary and integrative NCCIH reported Garcinia Cambogia as a fruit which is referred to as Malabar tamarind and dominant in locations such as Southeast Asia and India. The rind of the fruit functions as a preservative and is also used to flavor curries.
The Hydroxycitric acid [HCA] contained in the rind is said to contain the formulation for weight loss. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health has studied that for loss of weight, this fruit suppresses the appetite.
The pending question is “does it really help you lose weight?” The answer isn’t really reliable or recent when it is taken as a yes.
According to Kahan’s studies “the side effects of Garcinia cambogia are very few”. And also, the National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health reported that “if used for a short period, it is pretty safe.”