Taking the right dosage of Garcinia Cambogia at the right time for you is very important. Depending on which brand you’re taking, it is generally recommended to consume it up to a full hour before a meal. If you are taking the 1000mg, the recommended dosage is two pills a day. On the contrary, if you’re taking a PURE brand, then three a day is the recommended dosage. When you’re taking it in pill form, it immediately dissolves and starts working from within your body. Its extract is extremely water soluble.
The reason that it is recommended that you take it up to an hour before you are due to eat a meal is that Garcinia Cambogia significantly decreases the appetite. As a result, it is known to help put a stop to emotional eating. Although, even if you don’t follow the dosage by the book, it does not usually result in serious harm and the human body is very good at adjusting to Garcinia’s effects. In fact, the daily dosage may depend on your individual weight but, fortunately, Garcinia Cambogia is a one-size-fits-most supplement. As a result, it is generally quite safe to simply follow the general daily recommendations.
Those who have high energy and exercise a lot or who eat a lot of carbohydrates may need a higher dosage. As a result, it is recommended to consult with a physician if they want to increase the dosage. The lower dosages alone help to decrease the appetite while higher ones help those who are very overweight or obese to lose weight. It is also generally recommended to consume Garcinia Cambogia for three months straight, take a break for a week or two and repeat.
Another benefit with using Garcinia Cambogia is that you don’t generally have to make significant changes in your diet. In fact, if you are already on a diet of low carbohydrates, it might actually take longer than average for your body to adjust to Garcinia Cambogia’s effects. Generally, the decrease in appetite is noticed quite shortly after Garcinia Cambogia is first consumed.
Garcinia Cambogia mainly works to stop carbohydrates from forming their fatty cells. As a result, Garcinia Cambogia is especially recommended if you consume a high-carbohydrate diet. Consuming a high amount of carbohydrates is very popular because they provide an immediate boost of energy, however, it tends to lead to overweightness and obesity due to its large role in the creation of fat cells.
Garcinia Cambogia’s main ingredient is HCA (hydroxycitric acid). HCA is an agent that plays an active role in decreasing your appetite by increasing the neurotransmitter, serotonin. Serotonin plays a major role in mood, appetite and digestion. As a result, the more of it that is present, the better your mood and the less your appetite becomes. Garcinia Cambogia also plays a major role in making meals feel more filling. Culturally, it’s mixed in soups as a snack in many villages in Malaysia in order to prevent overeating at main meals.
Garcinia Cambogia also does double work by suppressing an enzyme called citrate lyse. Without it, the body is almost incapable of creating fat from carbohydrates. As a result, it also leads to a lowering of bad cholesterol.
Garcinia Cambogia, however, is not right for everyone. For example, in those who are diabetic, it has been known to cause a sharp drop in blood sugar. As a result, if you’re diabetic and are considering consuming Garcinia, you should consult with a physician first. It is also recommended that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding avoid Garcinia altogether. It can lead to muscle degeneration in those already taking a statin, so if you are, consult with a physician first.