True Grade Garcinia is another kind of diet pills based on the main ingredient Garcinia Cambogia. You have probably heard about the benefits of this plant on the radio, television and online. In fact, it is the latest craze in the sphere of weight loss products nowadays. This ingredient has been discussed on many TV shows including Dr. Oz. Is this component as amazing as claimed or is it another hype and a way of earning money?
Garcinia Cambogia is included into a number of dietary supplements today, including True Grade Garcinia. This weight loss supplement promises to suppress your appetite, reduce fat production, increases the general feeling of well-being, melt the pounds off and enhance energy levels. As a matter of fact, this product has its official website, however, it is not informative at all. The company behind the product is not reputable.
Does It Have Any Side Effects?
There is no information about possible side effects or adverse reactions of True Grade Garcinia on websites of retail stores. As there is lack of information about the ingredients in the product, it can be assumed that True Grade Garcinia may carry certain potential dangers to the human body. Besides, even its main ingredient, Garcinia cambogia, hasn't been studied enough to be sure in its safety and effectiveness. However, the studies on this compound that have been published showed mixed results. They don't tell exactly whether it works or not.
One study in 1998 demonstrated that there is no connection between weight loss and Garcinia Cambogia. This study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in response to big promises of HCA, the active component in Garcinia cambogia. So, this study failed to prove that Garcinia cambogia can have weight loss effects. The study involved 135 subjects and lasted more than 12 weeks. Some people took HCA, while others used a placebo. At the end, the HCA group did not demonstrate a significant difference in the percentage of weight loss. A number of other studies have showed conflicting results as well.
In fact, Garcinia cambogia products can be dangerous. You can find a lot of shady companies selling Garcinia cambogia extract on the internet. Most of these products are completely unregulated and aren't approved by any governing regulatory body including the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The matter is that this organization is responsible for the regulation of foods and drugs, not of dietary supplements. It means that companies manufacturing dietary supplements can put anything good or bad into their products. This is the reason why Americans can buy any supplement online without even realizing how dangerous it can be.
Another problem is that most Garcinia cambogia supplements contain too little Garcinia cambogia. They may contain traces of this extract in combination with caffeine and other fillers. Pure Garcinia cambogia extract has showed some benefits in clinical testing but it may cause side effects as well. It is not recommended to usage more than 12 weeks. A great number of participants have reported experiencing minor side effects such as digestive tract discomfort, nausea, and headaches. In case of having any painful or unpleasant side effects after taking Garcinia cambogia, be sure to consult your doctor. Here are some users' reviews associated with the use of the supplement.
"True Grade Garcinia is a complete scam! It doesn't only work, but it is totally snake oil! The company says that you have 14 days to check the product but in reality they will bill you after 10 days already. I received my bottle on June 18th and cancelled my enrollment on the 30th, but still they billed me $165.00."
"When I received my trial bottle of TrueGrade Garcinia, I saw there was an autorefill attached to the parcel. I called them to cancel shipments on June 6, 2016, but today, 7/20/16, I received a notification of a future shipment. They are going to charge my credit card of $87.41. I called the customer service and told them my cancellation code, but they said it doesn't match their records. This is a total scam!"
"I am not satisfied with True Grade garcinia. It constipated me and I even gained five pounds! After such results, I canceled my order three days late and demanded half of the $82 refund but I actually don't believe I will receive it. They seem to be a misleading company."
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