Improve your recipe for weight loss with Organika®'s Garcinia Plus Capsules! Sometimes recipes need to be adjusted to suit individual tastes and preferences. The recipe for weight loss is no different. Not to mention, the added conditions of little time for the gym, constant cravings and lack of commitment. Without direction and the right combination of ingredients, the recipe for weight loss will go awry. Find your way again with Organika®'s Garcinia Plus Capsules. This unique formula helps the body to metabolize carbohydrates and fats, as well as support healthy glucose metabolism, by employing the benefits of five specialized ingredients.
Garcinia Cambogia is a natural suppressor for appetite. It helps to suppress the Appetite and boost up the metabolism naturally. It acts on elimination of excess fat from the body as it does not allow body to store excess of fat. The fruit of Garcinia Cambogia is used to heal Rheumatism and Gastric related disorders.
According to Dr. OZ, a revolutionary new fat buster has been discovered and it is backed by scientific studies that prove its effectiveness. This fat blasting fruit is called “Garcinia cambogia”, the active component in the fruit that is responsible for weight loss is known as hydroxycitric acid (HcA). Dr. OZ recommends that Garcinia cambogia Extract (GcE) should have at least 50% HcA Hydroxycitric Acid.
The way the hydroxycitric acid (HcA) found in Garcinia cambogia Extract works to help people lose weight is by chemically blocking an enzyme called citrate lyase. once this enzyme is blocked, it can no longer be utilized to convert carbohydrates and sugar into stored fat. Blocking fat production by using this method also results in a lower level of triglycerides and bad cholesterol (LdL).
SERVING SIZE 1 CAPSULE
SERVINGS PER CONTAINER 180
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Garcinia Fruit Extract (Garcinia cambogia)
(Providing 180 mg of Hydroxycitric Acid)
60 mg (72 000 FCC PU )
(An enzyme complex derived from pineapple stem, Ananas comosus)
Apple Cider Vinegar (sourced from apple fruit, Pyrus malus