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Q: How does pure garcinia extract work?
A: On a basic level, it simply blocks fat and suppresses your appetite to help you lose fat and weight. On a technical level, it inhibits citrate lyase, an enzyme to block carbohydrates from being converted into fat.

Q: How much extract should you take?
A: The recommended dose for garcinia is 1000 mg (2 capsules twice a day at least 30 minutes before a meal) and a maximum dosage of 3000 mg (3 capsules twice a day at least 30 minutes before a meal) per day.

Q: Does garcinia cambogia work?
A: There have been numerous studies for over a decade on the efficacy of garcinia cambogia, for example these two. The general consensus from studies is that with at least 60% HCA (hydroxycitric acid) it is effective for short-term weight loss. The problem with any popular weight loss product is cheap imitations and ripoff billing practices. Another study shows with diet and exercise, the average person taking HCA lost about four pounds a month.

Q: Does it work for men?
A: The studies show no difference in results between men and women. Men over the age of 40 may want to pair garcinia with a testosterone booster to support healthy testosterone levels. This can provide more energy too.

Q: Is it safe to take garcinia with other weight loss productss?
A: Typically we recommend our customers to pair garcinia with our colon cleanse first to accomplish multiple goals at once. After 3 months of garcinia (the recommended time), we suggest trying.

Q: Does it affect birth control, hormones, or your period?
A: There have been no reports of interactions; however, we do not recommend pregnant or nursing women to take garcinia.

Q: Does garcinia cambogia extract have interactions with other products?
A: If you are taking a statin or are diabetic, you should avoid taking garcinia. Speak with your doctor before beginning if you fall into one of these categories. We also do not recommend anyone with Alzheimer’s or dementia to take it.

Q: Can garcinia raise blood pressure or blood sugar?
A: No. It’s more common for lower blood sugar as it delays the absorption of glucose. As a result of weight loss, blood pressure typically declines as well. This is why if you are on a statin, you need to avoid taking this without seeing your doctor first.

Q: What about kidneys or hypothyroidism?
A: There are no reported issues we have found in relation with kidneys or hypothyroidism. The only study even mentioning the thyroid in passing is found here.

Q: Will garcinia help lower cholesterol?
A: This study shows a significant reduction in cholesterol utilizing garcinia. To be clear, Vita-Web does not make any claims but simply provides links to medical studies conducted by professionals to help you in your research.

Q: Does garcinia cambogia actually burn fat?
A: The process of HCA delaying glucose absorption forces the body to get energy from somewhere instead of the ‘easy sugar’ found in the most recent meal. Therefore it starts to ‘burn’ fat as its source to get energy.

Q: Does garcinia make you jittery, your heart race, or keep you awake at night?
A: Side effects like these are typically from caffeine-related pills. Garcinia will not make you jittery, make your heart race, or keep you awake at night as there is no caffeine in the product.

Q: Does it have caffeine?
A: Our garcinia cambogia extract contains zero caffeine.

Q: Does garcinia cause gas, bloating, or acne?
A: Following the recommended dosage, there are no side effects. Exceeding the maximum dosage of 3,000 mg per day (more than 2 pills x 3 times daily) is known to cause digestive track discomfort. We have found no studies linking garcinia to acne. In fact most studies show no adverse effects.

Q: Will it cause diarrhea or constipation?
A: Our product has not been reported to cause diarrhea or constipation. Many times when people take a weight loss products they also change their dietary habits and consume more fiber leading to diarrhea if their body hasn’t adjusted. Just give it time and things will start to work normally in a few days.

Q: Can it kill parasites?
A: There have been no studies testing parasites to our knowledge. Usually this question is directed towards a colon cleanse rather than a weight loss pill.

Q: Will garcinia cambogia extract make me sick?
A: By not exceeding the maximum recommended dosage of 3,000 mg per day you should not get sick. If you do, you can return the product to Vita-Web for a 100% money-back guarantee.

Q: Will garcinia get rid of cellulite or help reduce fat in the buttocks?
A: Weight loss pills can only target fat in general, not a specific location of fat. We’ve had many happy customers email us results of overall weight loss.

Q: Does garcinia cause frequent urination or dehydration?
A: Garcinia is not a diuretic so it will not cause urination or dehydration. Body builders and models are known to take diuretics to lose water weight before events. While diuretics can make fit people have more defined muscles it is not a long-term solution for weight loss, nor is it recommended.

Q: Is garcinia known to cause joint pain?
A: There is no evidence to show garcinia causing joint pain. Just because garcinia is nicknamed the “holy grail” doesn’t mean it can target everything. Vita-Web does have a joint pain relief products that is safe to take in combination with garcinia.

Q: Does garcinia need calcium to work?
A: One company produced a garcinia product without garcinia to stand out and advertised that garcinia does not work with calcium. The fact is calcium improves weight loss by burning more fat. The formula should contain calcium. Dr. Oz was very adamant about this key ingredient.
Think about it, if calcium ruins garcinia’s effectiveness, that means that you can’t absorb any calcium in your diet for fear of destroying your weight loss plan. Calcium is an important mineral. It works better with it than without according to our tests.

Q: Does garcinia cause nausea?
A: Not when following our recommended dosage. Garcinia is known to cause nausea when taking more than 3,000 mg per day. If you notice nausea, reduce your dosage.

Q: How quickly will garcinia cambogia work?
A: Garcinia cambogia can show results in as little as 2 weeks taking it every day.

Q: Does garcinia cambogia suppress appetite?
A: Garcinia cambogia is known to reduce cravings between meals. This was first found in rat studies. While the mechanics of how this happens are unknown, some speculate it could be a “placebo effect”. Others think taking water and the pill before eating will send signals to the brain that the stomach is full faster. Either way it is a reason to try garcinia.

Q: Can I take it if I am pregnant or if I am thinking of getting pregnant?
A: No. The short answer is pregnancy is a delicate period and you do not want to take a products gained at causing weight loss. While there are no studies that show that garcinia would be harmful during pregnancy, we would rather have you be cautious and stop all productss except for those your doctor suggests you take. You must focus on your health.

Q: Can I take it while breastfeeding?
A: No.

Q: What does garcinia taste like?
A: If you take the capsule apart and taste the contents, it’s very bitter. This is not required for weight loss, just take the pill normally.

Disclaimer: - These statements have not been evaluated by FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.Information in this site is provided for informational purpose only. It is not mean to substitute for any medical advice provided by your physician or other professional. You should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. You should read carefully all products packaging and labels. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your physician or health care provider. Results may vary from person to person depending on the physical condition and ability to cure. Some persons may get slower results because of the difference in physical bodies.