Garcinia Cambogia

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Garcinia Cambogia
COMMON NAME : Brindel Berry/Uppagi 
Vilaiti Imli (coccum Butter Tree)
Cocuum butter tree (Garcinia cambogia) grows in the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats in Southern India. Fruit rinds of the plant is commercial drug. 

In 1965, Lewis and Neelkantan Isolated the principal acid in the fruit rinds of Garcinia combogia and identified it as (-)- hydroxy citric acid (HCA) which has been shown to accelerate fat burning and inhibit fatty acid synthesis.

The extract is standardized for HCA not less than 55%. Garcinia cambogia extract is the calcium salt of hydroxy citric acid (HCA), which is obtained from water extract of Garcinia cambogia fruit.  

Garcinia cambogia extract, supporting natural weight management without stimulating the central nervous
system. Extracted from the rinds of the fruit Garcinia cambogia, (-)HCA influences appetite and energy levels naturally by redirecting calories from fat production towards increasing glycogen production and storage. In addition, this extract inhibits the pathway of fatty acid biosynthesis and promotes healthy blood lipid levels.

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