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FEATURED PRODUCT: Super HCA – Garcinia Cambogia

Super HCA – Garcinia Cambogia
Possible Benefits of Super HCA Garcinia Cambogia:

● Help support and maintain normal blood lipid levels*
● Assist the body’s natural fat and glucose regulation*
● Offer antioxidant support throughout the body*
● Help support normal metabolism as part of a sensible weight management program*

Garcinia Cambogia can help play a crucial role in the regulation of a normal appetite and it is not a central nervous system stimulant. The Garcinia Cambogia plant is a small pumpkin like fruit, sourced from tropical fruit found in Asian rain forests. The skin of the fruit contains a large amount of Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), which is the active ingredient of Super HCA. Research shows that hydroxycitric acid helps maintain a healthy balance of hepatic lipogenesis and gluconeogenesis, thus preventing excessive conversion of glucose from dietary carbohydrate into body fat. Further, research indicates that hydroxycitric acid plays an important role in the regulation of normal appetite and promoting healthy serotonin levels.*

You may be wondering what some of these words actually mean! To help sort out some of the confusion here are a few definitions that you may find helpful!

Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA) – is a derivative of citric acid that is found in a variety of tropical plants including Garcinia cambogia and Hibiscus subdariffa

Lipogenesis – the metabolic formation of fat 

Gluconeogenesis – This literally translates to  “the making of (genesis) new (neo) sugar (gluco). During gluconeogenesis, the liver (and occasionally the kidneys) turns non-sugar compounds like amino acids (the building blocks of protein), lactate, and glycerol into sugar that the body uses a fuel. When glycogen (your body’s sugar storage) is low, protein intake is high, or the body is under stress, amino acids from your meals and your muscle become one of your main energy sources.

Serotonin – a chemical produced by the body that enables brain cells and other nervous system cells to communicate with one another. Too little serotonin in the brain is thought to play a role in depression.

Lipids – Fats in the blood are called lipids. Lipids join with protein in your blood to form lipoproteins. Lipoproteins make energy for your body, so they’re important to the cells in your body. Three kinds of lipoproteins, (also called cholesterol), in your blood: (1) high-density (HDL, cholesterol, (2) low-density (LDL) cholesterol and (3) very low-density (VLDL) cholesterol.*

DISCLAIMER *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

By Callie Valko

February 14, 2018