If you are interested in loosing weight, you have probably asked yourself this question; how much garcinia cambogia extract should I take? This extract of the tamarind fruit indigenous to India and South East Asia contains hydroxycytric acid (HCA), a compound famous for inducing weight loss without the need for a change in diet or exercise routine.
HCA works by burning fat while inhibiting the enzyme that turns carbohydrates into fat. It also increases the production of serotonin, whose absence in the stomach is responsible for hunger pangs. This results in the loss of appetite and weight as well as an elevation in mood since serotonin is also responsible for the feeling of well being.
This extract is taken orally in capsule form thrice daily before meals. Although it has no known adverse side effects, it is not recommended for children, expectant mothers, diabetics and people with dementia such as Alzheimer’s.