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How much Garcinia Cambogia should I be taking?

How much Garcinia Cambogia should I be taking for optimal weight loss results? 

This is a very common question we are often asked. According to Dr Oz there are a few important things to take into account when searching for a good quality garcinia cambogia product:

  • Ensure it contains atleast 60% HCA (hydroxycitric acid, which is the active ingredient). Our product: Pure Leaf Garcinia Cambogia contains 60% HCA.
  • 1000mg is the optimal dosage for Garcinia Cambogia. By taking Pure Leaf Garcinia Cambogia, 2 per day will give you the optimal recommended dose. So 1 with every main meal. Some people however choose to take more, upto 3-4 per day.
  • Exercise will speed up weight loss results, atleast 3 times per week is recommended.
  • A healthier diet with whole foods including fresh vegetables and lean meat, or other protein sources if you are vegetarian.

Garcinia Cambogia helps to suppress appetite and balance blood sugar, and this is why Dr Oz recommends taking it at meal times. Apart from helping to curb cravings it will also help you make smarter choices at meal times.

 We all love to eat pizza and other dense carbohydrate foods, however these foods are usually highly processed and are harder for the body to break down, and much more likely to store as body fat. Fruit also contains sugar, yet it comes from a natural source so the body can burn it a lot easier than processed or modified sugar. Vegetables, especially green ones contain less sugar and should be included in as many meals as possible.





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