Q: In order for Garancia (recommended free trial offer for Garcinia Cambogia) to work, does it need calcium?
A company that produced a garcinia product without calcium did so to stand out from the competition and stated that garcinia does not work with calcium. The truth is that calcium burns more fat, and therefore helps to improve weight loss. Dr. Oz was adamant that calcium is a key ingredient in the formula.
If you think about it, if it were true that the effectiveness of garcinia was negatively affected by calucium, you would have to make sure that you do not absorb any calcium at all in your diet. As an important mineral, calcium is a key ingredient, and according to our tests garcinia works better with calcium than without it.
Q: How long will it take for me to see results?
A: You can see results from taking garcinia camogia in as little as two weeks if you are taking it every day. Our money-back guarantee is for 90 days - this means you can try our product completely risk-free.
Q: Is garcinia cambogia an appetite suppressant?
A: This supplement is known to reduce hunger cravings between meals. The first evidence of this was found during rat studies. Although some people have speculated that this could be a placebo effect, the mechanics of how it work are not known. Another explanation from some people is that signals are sent to the brain that the stomach is full faster after taking the pill with water before eating. Either way, it does reduce the hunger cravings.
Q: Can I take this supplement if I am pregnant, or considering pregnancy?
A: No. It is very important to remember that during pregnancy you do not want to be taking a supplement that is designed to cause weight loss as it is a very delicate period. Although there have been no studies showing that the supplement would be harmful if taken during pregnancy, you should stop all supplements except for those that are recommended by your doctor.
Q: Can I take garcinia while I am breastfeeding?
Q: Does garcinia cause joint pain?
A: There has been no evidence to suggest that joint pain can be caused by garcinia. While garcinia has been nicknamed the holy grail, it does not target everything. There is an effective supplement for joint pain by Vita-Web that can be safely taken in combination with garcinia.