SAN DIEGO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Today, leading weight loss and diet blog Michelle-Carrillo.com launched its new in-depth review of Garcinia Cambogia, the latest supplement to take the weight loss market by storm. Research reveals how unscrupulous companies are selling inferior products which are leading to less people benefiting from Garcinia Cambogia’s powerful weight loss properties. Michelle goes on to provide readers with a go-to checklist for anyone looking to purchase the supplement.
“With any new supplement, particularly a weight loss supplement like Garcinia Cambogia, it is essential that consumers do their research before investing”
Garcinia Cambogia, derived from the Malabar tamarind plant native to South East Asia, has risen to fame after its feature on the Dr Oz show. On the program, it was touted as a “revolutionary fat buster…that just might be the most exciting breakthrough in natural weight loss to date”.
Weight Loss Expert and Blogger, Michelle Carrillo, has conducted an extensive review into Garcinia Cambogia and its weight loss claims, and produced a research report aimed at anyone considering using Garcinia Cambogia to lose weight. In her 2000+ word report, she puts Garcinia Cambogia clinical research under the spotlight, highlights the specifications that one must look for when buying Garcinia Cambogia, and identifies the key reasons that many people have tried and failed to lose weight using the supplement.
“With a launch on a primetime television show run by a credible medical professional, the supplement has experienced what I call the ‘Dr Oz effect’,” said Carrillo. “Hundreds of unscrupulous companies are set up within minutes of shows like this going live, offering inferior or unauthentic products.” Carrillo discovered that there are four key factors that can negatively influence the weight loss potential of Garcinia Cambogia:
1) That not all supplements contain the recommended strength of key ingredient Hydroxycitric acid (HCA) that is key to weight loss
2) That not everyone checks that they are medically safe to take Garcinia Cambogia and experience its weight loss properties
3) That not all supplements contain pure ingredients, free from fillers and binders
4) That not all companies selling Garcinia Cambogia are reputable and clear in their pricing and shipping policies
Lisa also reviewed the wealth of clinical and reviewer information available, to draw three key conclusions. Firstly, potency is critical when purchasing Garcinia Cambogia; consumers need to choose a supplement with at least 50% HCA. Secondly, ingredients are crucial; consumers need to avoid buying Garcinia Cambogia supplements with fillers, binding agents or non-pure HCA, although there are certain welcome additives such as potassium and calcium, which help the body to best utilize the HCA. Finally, that consumers must fit a certain medical profile for safe consumption, and avoid or use under medical supervision if suffering from afflictions such as mental illness, diabetes or illnesses requiring statins.
In Michelle’s Garcinia Cambogia review, she also critiques and summarizes the key clinical research available to date, outlining the findings of 7 Garcinia Cambogia trials. She details the dosage, trial type and outcomes of the tests, to share critical findings such as:
- How Garcinia Cambogia combined with healthy eating and 2 litres of water a day resulted in triple the amount of weight loss compared to the placebo group
- How one trial saw subjects reduce belly fat and did not regain it even when dosed with a placebo
- How 150 obese subjects saw a reduction in ‘bad’ cholesterol and an increase in ‘good’ cholesterol
Michelle further scoured online and offline reviews, to pull together global opinion, in order to present her findings on the best Garcinia Cambogia supplement on the market. Her recommendation can be found here.
“I have uncovered some findings that will enlighten readers and put an end to the misery of the diet trap for good,” Carrillo continued. “In my Garcinia Cambogia research, I have provided a simple checklist for anyone considering losing weight with Garcinia Cambogia. By adhering to these simple guidelines, I feel that everyone has the potential to lose weight with Garcinia Cambogia.”
Michelle’s checklist includes choosing a supplement with no artificial ingredients or fillers, opting for a supplement with at least 50% HCA and between 1000mg and 3000mg daily, checking the contraindications of current pharmaceuticals carefully, buying from reputable brand or store, reading online reviews for the chosen brand and checking the small print for auto-shipping and charging.
“With any new supplement, particularly a weight loss supplement like Garcinia Cambogia, it is essential that consumers do their research before investing,” concluded Carrillo. “My detailed research will help anyone to uncover the powerful benefits of Garcinia Cambogia, without falling prey to expensive, inferior products.”
Read the full extended review here: http://michelle-carrillo.com/pure-garcinia-cambogia-extract-reviews/