There are many frequently asked questions about Garcinia Cambogia so we have accumulated a list of the most common questions and their answers.
And if you have any additional questions that are not enclosed here, please feel free to ask! We are pleased to help you in any way we can.
What exactly is Garcinia Cambogia?
Garcinia Cambogia looks is a greenish/yellow pumpkin type fruit. Its grown in India and other parts of Asia.
How can I be sure Garcinia Cambogia is safe?
No there are no negative side effects. Garcinia Cambogia uses only natural fruit extract and does not add any fillers or binders. Moreover, it has been used for many generations in the eastern culture.
Even though every person is different, so we recommend that you consult with your primary care physician if you are presently taking any medications to be on the safe side.
How soon will I see results?
Person to person results vary. Most of the people have noticed within 2 weeks.
What is the recommended dose of Garcinia Cambogia?
Usually recommended dose is 1500mg per day of Garcinia Cambogia extract while also diffusion it out so it is metabolized more slowly and will have effects over the full 24 hours per day. It’s best to take 30 minutes before meals and drink plenty of water.Read: Best Garcinia Cambogia Diet Plan
Does it do anything else besides help with weight loss?
Yes, it improves serotonin levels and your mood.
Is Garcinia Cambogia a stimulant?
No, Garcinia Cambogia does not contain any stimulants or caffeine.
Is Garcinia Cambogia made for both men and women?
Yes, both men and women can take Garcinia Cambogia for weight loss.
Can I take Garcinia Cambogia during pregnancy?
It’s better to avoid Garcinia Cambogia during pregnancy. If you are taking then we suggest you consult with your doctor before using any weight loss supplement. Read: Can You Take Garcinia Cambogia While Breastfeeding
Can I take Garcinia with other medications and supplements?
Garcinia cambogia interacts with certain prescription medications and should not be used with certain antidepressants. Find out more at My Med.