NaturaBest Garcinia Cambogia Review
Since being featured by Dr Oz, Garcinia Cambogia has taken the weight loss industry by storm. It is being included in a number of weight loss formulations. The one we will be considering today is NaturaBest Garcinia Cambogia.
Looking at the reviews, it does seem to be pretty popular. It also seems to have enough of the active ingredient to be effective. Some of the reviews are, however, mixed, so let’s see what’s going on.
Every pill has:
1000mg Garcinia Cambogia – 50% Hydroxycitric Acid.
It does seem that the manufacturers have taken Dr Oz’s guidelines to heart. There is enough of the active ingredient, with the right proportion of that being HCA to meet Dr Oz’s requirements. In addition, the extract is said to be unadulterated and this is essential for effectiveness. According to the manufacturer, the other ingredients increase the body’s uptake of the HCA.
One pill is to be taken before a meal, with a full glass of water. This means taking a total of three pills daily. That means 3000mg a day – about double what experts recommend. This could be problematic.
You are looking at around $39.99 (USD) for a bottle of 60 tablets. If you take the recommended pill before each meal, that is a 20 day supply.
I could not find a guarantee of any sort on the NaturaBest site so it looks as though there is not any offered. The only contact details offered were an email so I couldn’t call anyone either. I do assume that different affiliates might be willing to offer guarantees though.
According to the marketing, the product is manufactured in accordance with all standard safety protocols in a FDA lab. The extract is claimed to be 100% pure. There are mixed reviews on Amazon – some people find that it works well and that it has helped them to lose weight and boost their energy but others have found it to be ineffective.
It would seem that NaturaBest Garcinia Cambogia truly is an okay product, that may not work for everyone. My main concern is that there are fillers and that you could end up taking to much of the active ingredient.