Garcinia Cambogia is a weight-loss supplement that first came out in the market in 2012, but current market data is showing how it's popularity has picked up again recently. Apart from it's notable Internet presence, this dietary supplement is also being promoted by Dr. Oz who is a well-known lifestyle and fitness expert, endorsing the product as "the simple solution you've been looking for to bust your body fat for good."
The main ingredient for the Garcinia Cambogia supplement is hydroxycitric acid, or HCA, that is derived from the tropical fruit known as the Malabar tamarind that grows in parts of South East Asia and India. Experts say that HCA can help people lose weight by acting both as an appetite suppressant, and also as an& inhibitor that is capable of slowing down or even stopping the action of the citrate lyase enzyme that is used by the body to create fat from carbohydrates. In each pill, there is 800 mg of "pure Garcinia Cambogia" extract.
Market reviews of the product saying that it could actually be one of the most potent weight loss supplements that is being sold in the market today. It's popularity may also stem from the fact that, unlike many other weight-loss products, it is not associated with any major side effects. According to users, using this weight loss supplement can help people shed their unwanted pounds over the course of several weeks as long as the dosage instructions are followed correctly. No special exercise routines or diet plans need to be followed, apart from increasing water consumption to help flush out the fat.
The Food and Drug Administration, however, is telling people that taking any weight loss product will have to be done at their own discretion since they do not have the legal capability of regulating these supplements in the market. Manufacturing companies for dietary supplements do not need prior FDA approval unless reports of adverse reactions or harmful effects resulting from the ingestion of these drugs transpire. At this point, the FDA will be able to conduct clinical investigations.