The weight loss industry is awash with products that either do not work, or fail to work like they should. There are dietary supplements of every stripe that either do not have the endorsements or certifications that matter, or they simply do not pass the smell test. You will find lots of fancy colors and advertisements on the webpages and physical packages of dietary supplements and weight loss products, but ultimately this is just careful marketing that is designed to catch the attention of the consumer.
This has to be accomplished via marketing because it is not accomplished through any other means. What I mean to say is, these other weight loss products have to make up for a lack of substance with flashy marketing and pretty colors–a surefire sign that they do not work as advertised.
So why is it that people are suddenly raving about an Indonesia superfruit as an alternative to all of these more established, but less successful, weight loss products. How did an Indonesian fruit become the talk of the proverbial town? Indonesia is not exactly known for ground-breaking new technologies or innovative weight loss programs, so how did this come to be?
The garcinia cambogia is a fruit that has been consumed in Southeast Asia, Polynesia, and parts of Africa for decades, maybe centuries. This means that we are keenly aware of the effects of the fruit. More importantly, it means we know it does not have negative side effects that are going to crop up five years after the first person takes it–its effects are both well-known to the scientific community and positive for weight loss goals.
Otherwise Garcinia Cambogia would not be so well known in the weight loss world so suddenly. This superfruit looks a bit like a pumpkin, albeit smaller and in different colors. Pumpkins will not deliver the same weight loss results, though, that Garcinia Cambogia can. The main ingredient in Garcinia Cambogia is HCA, or Hydroxycitric Acid, which has proven to be an incredibly effective blocker of fats in the human body, as well as an effective appetite suppressant.