Dr Oz: Garcinia Cambogia Benefits
Dr Julie Chen returned with Dr Oz to talk more about the revolutionary weight loss supplement Garcinia Cambogia. Find out the Garcinia Cambogia benefits and recommended dose. Plus, learn whether Dr Oz recommends a Garcinia Cambogia brand for you to try.
Missy in the audience talked about how the Garcinia Cambogia supplement helped her lose 10 pounds in four months. She said the results happened within the first seven to 10 days, and she was less hungry for carbs or sugar. She also liked that Garcinia Cambogia seemed to give her more energy.
Dr Julie Chen said the energy increase is probably because of the supplement’s ability to increase Serotonin in your body. Missy didn’t have any negative side effects and started on the supplement to move out of a weight loss plateau.
Doctor Oz: Garcinia Cambogia Dose & GCE Potassium
You can find Garcinia Cambogia supplements online and at health stores. But what should you be looking for to get the most Garcinia Cambogia benefits? Here are the important points to check for on the label, according to Dr Chen.
- GCE – Garcinia Cambogia Extract
- Minimum 50% HCA – HCA is the active ingredient from the fruit rind
- K or Potassium – This enables absorption of the supplement
The suggested Garcinia Cambogia dose is 500-1000 mg before every meal, but no more than 3000 mg daily unless suggested by your doctor. Take it on an empty stomach, 30 minutes to one hour before you eat, for maximum effect.
Dr Oz Garcinia Cambogia Brand
Dr Oz has made it a policy not to promote any specific brand on his show. But he explained some things you should watch out for when evaluating a brand you find while shopping. Look for a Garcinia Cambogia product without fillers, artificial ingredients or binders.
Since Dr Oz doesn’t endorse any products, if you see his name or face in an ad for Garcinia Cambogia, you are being tricked. His advice was to focus on the guidelines given in the segment.
Doctor Oz: Garcinia Cambogia Pregnancy
Is there anyone who shouldn’t take this supplement? In general, supplements aren’t recommended for nursing or pregnant women, because they’re not evaluated as carefully as medicines.
You might want to ask a pharmacist whether Garcinia Cambogia or any supplement might interact with any prescription medications you are taking.
Diabetics may want to avoid this product, because it can dangerously lower blood sugar. Check with a doctor for advice if you are diabetic.