Losing Weight Ingredient 50%, 60% Hca Garcinia Cambogia Extract
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- Model NO.: 6205-14-7
- Assay Method: HPLC
- Application: Health Care Products
- Extract Source: Fruit,
- Botanical Source: Garcinia Cambogia.
- CAS No: 6205-14-7
- Molecular Weight: 208.12
- Trademark: Kingherbs
- Specification: ISO&Kosher
- HS Code: 2938909090
- Certification: ISO, Kosher
- Application Form: Paste, Tablet, Capsule
- State: Powder
- Product Name: Garcinia Cambogia Extract
- Plant Part Used: Fruit
- Molecular Formula: C6h8o8
- Active Ingredients: Hydroxy Citric Acid
- Transport Package: Packed in Fiber Drum, LDPE Bag Inside.
- Origin: Yongzhou of Hunan Province
Botanical Source: Garcinia Cambogia.
Plant Part Used: Fruit
CAS No.: 6205-14-7
Molecular Formula: C6H8O8
Molecular Weight: 208.12
Active Ingredients: Hydroxy citric acid (HCA)
Specification: Hydroxy citric acid 50%, 60%;
Hydroxy citric acid (HCA) is a compound found in Garcinia
cambogia, a type of fruit. HCA has a chemical structure
similar to that of citric acid. Preliminary research in the
laboratory and in animal research, suggests that HCA may be a useful weight loss aid. HCA has been
demonstrated in the laboratory (but not yet in trials with people) to reduce the
conversion of carbohydrates into stored fat by inhibiting
certain enzyme processes. Animal research indicates that
HCA suppresses appetite and induces weight loss. One
case report found that eating 1 gram of the fruit containing
HCA before each meal resulted in the loss of 1 pound per day.
A double-blind trial that provided either 1,500 mg of HCA or a placebo
per day to 135 overweight men and women, who also were
on a calorie-restricted diet, found after 12 weeks that the HCA supplementation did not produce a significant change in weight loss.
Uncontrolled and/or preliminary evidence from several other
human trials suggests the possibility that weight loss might
occur; however, none of these studies is as methodologically strong as the negative trial previously
mentioned. These less-rigorous studies used a similar calorie-restricted diet and a similar amount of HCA as the negative
trial. However, the double-blind study used a high-fiber diet not used in the prior studies. It has been suggested that such a diet might limit absorption of
HCA. Future studies
that measure blood levels of HCA (to check whether or not the supplement was absorbed) are necessary to resolve this
issue. At the present time, the effectiveness of HCA for weight loss remains unclear and unproven.
HCA is found in only a few plants, with one rich source being
the rind of a little pumpkin-shaped fruit called Garcinia cambogia, which is native to
Southeast Asia. This fruit (also called Malabar tamarind) is
used as a condiment in dishes such as curry.
Optimal amounts of HCA remain unknown. Although dieters
sometimes take 500 mg of HCA three times per day (before
each meal), this amount is far below the levels used in
animal research (figured on a per-pound body weight basis). The effect of HCA is enhanced
when used in conjunction with a low-fat diet, because HCA does nothing to reduce the caloric
effects of dietary fat. Since HCA's mechanism of action seems to be at least partially a blockade of
conversion of simple
sugars into fats, it is likely to work best in conjunction with a
high simple sugar diet. HCA may therefore be less useful if it only offsets the negative effects of an
otherwise unhealthy diet. High-fiber diets may impair absorption of HCA as noted above. HCA supplements are available in many forms, including tablets, capsules, powders, snack bars, and chewing gum.
Decreasing cholesterol and fatty acids;
Regulating fat metabolism, inhibiting lipogenesis and
promoting fat burning.