Why Is Garcinia Cambogia the Hottest Diet Today?

Garcinia Cambogia became popular when Dr. Oz called it "the Holy Grail of Weight Loss" on his popular TV talk show. It's now the biggest diet craze in the country, and for good reason.

In a recent study published in theCurrent Therapeutic Research® journal, scientists used Garcinia Cambogia with 60% HCA to study its weight loss effects. What they found was that it causes significant weight loss, lowers food intake and body weight gain as well as tackling factors such as cholesterol, low-density lipoproteins, triglycerides and serum leptin levels. You can see the full clinical study by Clicking here.

It's important to note that it was in fact Garcinia Cambogia with 60% HCA that was used in the study (which is what is found in Garcinia Cambogia HCA Complex). Not a cheaper imported extract. Garcinia Cambogia HCA Complex contains over 60% Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), which is the key to weight loss in garcinia cambogia, while other products contain between 30-50%.

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Don't Get Fooled When Buying Garcinia Cambogia!

There is a lot to watch out for when buying a Garcinia Cambogia Extract. For your convenience, we summarized the most important factors in one table. You can see what Dr.Oz's recommendations are and where our product stands compared to others on the market. Dr. Oz gives very specific criteria on what to look for. But to be clear, he does not promote any ones product, so if you see a product that says it is endorsed by Dr. Oz, stay away.


Here are Dr. Oz's criteria:

      It must contain Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA) and be on the label.
      It must have no fillers, binders or any other extra ingredients.
       It must be 100% pure and in a vegetarian capsule.
     And you need to take at least 1600mg a day (800mg capsules, 2 times a day).

So, check the label to make sure it meets all of these criteria. If it doesn't, don't buy it!
(click here to see our label)

Apart from what Dr. Oz recommends, here are other factors you want to look out for:

  Look out for false claims and unsupported facts.
  Make sure the supplement is made in an FDA registered laboratory.
  Make sure the manufacturing facility is cGMP certified.
  And finally, make sure it complies with the US Pharmacopeia's quality standards.