As with any dietary supplement/medication, anyone who’s looking to get a better lifestyle by taking Garcinia Cambogia with HCA is advised to seek the advice of a professional physician prior to incorporating the change. Also people with special conditions are cautioned against taking the supplement without first consulting with a professional.
It’s considered generally safe by the medical community and has undergone animal testing. It is a safe natural supplement and there are no negative prescription drug interactions for it. Some health benefits can include inhibition of lesion formation in certain types of cancer or increased red blood cell count.
The HCA in the Garcinia Cambogia can lower blood sugar levels so it is not advised for people with diabetes to take the product without consulting their physician first. It can also improve glucose metabolism if taken in proper amounts specific to the individual.
What are the Side Effects of Garcinia Cambogia?
People suffering from dementia also should not use Garcinia Cambogia with HCA as it may cause the formation ofm acetylcholine in the brain.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women are also not advised to take the Garcinia Cambogia, even though there haven’t been reports of bad after effects there have also not been any definitive studies on the safety for the unborn child or absorption through breastfeeding. Nausea, vomiting and some laxative effects have been reported when taking Garcinia Cambogia in a too large of a dose, even though it’s rare.
The dosage for Garcinia Cambogia is usually three times a day ingestion up to an hour before meals and if it’s not followed as such, stomach discomfort can occur. All things considered, the positives far outweigh any possible negatives with the Garcinia Cambogia.