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Garcinia Cambogia can have Side Effects: the WWLR Reviews.

Toronto, ON/ March 27, 2014 / Pure Garcinia Cambogia extract is steadily becoming the world's most popular weight loss supplement. Amongst the excitement, people forget to ask themselves "is it safe and what are the side effects?"

A new report into the safety and performance of Garcinia Cambogia extract published by the WWLR, shows that unless the Garcinia Cambogia ingested is "of superior quality," there is a likely chance of side effects.

"Many Garcinia Cambogia products sold are producing side effects,... However, we did see products that showed no sings of side effects, and also succeeded in providing solid weight loss results," said Mark Nolan of the WWLR. "Much of the results depended on the authenticity of the brand used."

This inquiry into the safety, and the performance of Garcinia Cambogia extract, was to designed to educate consumers on sourcing, and understanding different mixtures of the product. Access the authentic Garcinia Cambogia extract products that provided safe weight loss here.

Safely sourcing Garcinia Cambogia Extract.

"Sourcing the right brand of Garcinia Cambogia extract, is the majority of the battle to safe weight loss with this product." Mark Nolan of WWLR.

- The major concern with the use of some Garcinia Cambogia products is the mixtures used, not Garcinia Cambogia extract itself, pure Garcinia Cambogia showed no side effects. Side effects only occurred in inferior unnatural Garcinia Cambogia extract products.

-Always use products backed by clinical human trails to assure no side effects, and to achieve weight loss.

Access the safe Garcinia Cambogia extract products used in the WWLR reviews here.

Correlations Found in the WWLR Study

"After reviews of the the trials, we noticed a correlation between the authentic pure Garcinia Cambogia supplements, and weight loss." Mark Nolan comments on higher quality Garcinia Cambogia not having side effects, but it also provided superb weight loss, as the unhealthily mixed products did not.

What they Found

- 78% of Garcinia Cambogia extract products on the market contained harmful ingredients leading to side effects, and no weight loss.

- Only 14% of Garcinia cambogia dietary supplements provided good weight loss, without side effects.
- Click here for a free trial of the products that provided weight loss.

- 8% participant dropout rate/margin of error.

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Another function of Garcinia Cambogia extract that was found, is it increased the number Islet and Beta cells in the pancreas, there for more insulin is produced. Over a course of 3 months, at one capsule per day, Garcinia Cambogia may help prevent diabetes, but more research is needed.

Common fillers found in Dietary Supplements

- Hydrogenated Oils.
- Artificial colors.
- Magnesium Stearate.
- Titanium Dioxide.

Why fillers? Easier, faster, and cheaper production. Other additives are also used for colorants and coatings, not only in dietary supplements like Garcinia Cambogia Extract, but many different kinds of Vitamins.

Click here to see the highest recommended Garcinia Cambogia Extract products that do not contain fillers.

Things to Look For when purchasing Garcinia Cambogia Extract

- The Product is Made in the U.S.A
- Must contain 60% HCA
- All Natural Ingredients.
- No toxic additives or fillers on product's label.
- Is a proven product.
- High Potency Extraction Process
- The Garcinia Cambogia Extract is Backed by Human Clinical Trails!

Access Garcinia Cambogia Extract products that are backed by trials here.

- With chemical and physical interactions occurring within a supplement, it is difficult to determine the exact efficiency of the product remaining.
- Manufactures are not required to list the exact amount of fillers within the supplement; therefore it is difficult to determine the amount of non-medicinal ingredients versus medicinal ingredients used. Always use caution when putting anything in your body, and purchase only verified products.

Other Findings

One study from Current Therapeutic research Inc, shows that a 1600 mg dose of Garcinia Cambogia Extract containing 60% HCA daily, provided weight loss between 7.3 - 8.1 pounds over a 12 week period. (1)

Another study by the WWLR presented, showed a 4.7% bodyweight reduction (BMI) in 6.5 weeks. (2)

Access a Free trail of the recommended weight loss products here.

About Us

Women's Weight Loss, is a top-tier provider of natural health product information through clinical research. Research is conducted to aid and promote healthy lifestyles, weight loss, and high quality products to consumers. Women's Weight Loss Reviews uses highly efficient research methods to gain accurate results on many dieting products without bias, and will only publish results that include safe natural ingredients, in order to assure optimum health and safety. Woman's Weight Loss Review is dedicated to providing its viewers quality information that is geared towards living longer, healthier, and happier lives. The primary purpose of this release is to help consumers avoid poor quality products online, while shedding light on quality brands leading to informed buying decisions, and creating a better buying experience.

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Garcinia Cambogia Extract Reviews

More Resources on Garcinia Cambogia Extract & HCA
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/pure-garcinia-cambogia-fact-fiction-184400537.html
http://examine.com/supplements/Garcinia+cambogia/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HCA
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S027869150400331X

References
http://download.bioon.com.cn/view/upload/201303/20113712_8178.pdf (1)
http://ijt.sagepub.com (2)

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