Garcinia Cambogia is the latest natural ingredient used to help people lose weight when used in conjunction with a healthy and balanced diet. Garcinia Cambogia is also known as the Malabar tamarind, a plant native to Southeast Asia – for centuries people in Indonesia, Asia and parts of Africa have been adding it to traditional dishes such as curries and as an everyday ingredient to their diet to make their meals more substantial.

So why is this plant used for aiding weight loss? The fruits on the Garcinia Cambogia contain high levels of Hydroxycitric Acid or HCA, this acts as an appetite suppressant, making you feel fuller. It can also reduce cravings for carbohydrates that many of us experience.

More Benefits of Garcinia Cambogia:

Fat Handling - HCA not only makes the body feel fuller, it also aids in inhibiting the conversion of simple sugars into fats as well as lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides whilst increasing the amount of good cholesterol (HDL) in the blood.

Supporting Stress and Comfort Eating – Studies suggest that HCA can help to stabilise the levels of cortisol in the body, this reduces stress, helping those who suffer from comfort eating. It’s important to keep cortisol levels low as increased levels in the body can create fat deposits around your middle.

Increased Serotonin Levels – Hydroxycitric acid can also increase the levels of serotonin in the body, reducing the need to snack frequently.

It’s important to remember that HCA, and therefore Garcinia Cambogia does nothing to reduce the effects of the calories of the food consumed or dietary fat, however all these benefits listed above are enhanced when Garcinia Cambogia is used in conjunction with a low fat, healthy and balanced diet.

Nature’s Aid have recently bought out their own version of the supplement – maximum strength Garcinia Cambogia 625mg capsules containing 60% HCA and most importantly they’re 100% pure – with no fillers of binders. Try them for yourself here at Mistrys, normal retail price is £14.95 however we’re currently selling them at an introductory price of £9.95.