Bariatric Food

Garcinia Cambogia 1300


$ 6.99 $ 39.99


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        About this product:
  • Increases Metabolism
  • 60% Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA) PLUS Potassium and Calcium
  • Promotes Lean Body Mass, Appetite Suppressant
  • 100% Pure Weight Loss Supplement - Zero Fillers, Binders or Artificial Ingredients
  • Natural Anti-Oxidation, Healthy Weight Management

For General Weight Loss

*Garcinia Cambogia is a tropical fruit also known as Malabar tamarind, which is a widely popular weight-loss supplement.

The fruits rind, active ingredient, hydroxycitric acid, or HCA, boosts fat-burning, blocks formation of new fat cells and cuts back appetite in studies. It blocks an enzyme called citrate lyase, which your body uses to make fat while raising levels of the brain chemical serotonin, which may make you feel less hungry and promotes an improved overall well-being. It is also effective on men and women alike.


Type 2 Diabetes and High Cholesterol

*Garcinia cambogia may make it simpler for your body to use glucose, the sugar your cells require for energy. Mice that were administered garcinia cambogia in one study had lower insulin levels than other mice group. That's why people with diabetes might take interest in it.

(However, if you're taking garcinia cambogia along with a medication to control your blood sugar, your glucose could get dangerously low)

There has also been research that found that garcinia cambogia can also improve cholesterol levels, lower triglycerides and LDL ("bad" kind of cholesterol) and raises HDL ("good" kind of cholesterol). 

(Never use Garcinia Cambogia if you're already taking a prescription for your cholesterol)


*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.

ATTENTION : This Garcinia supplement has an expiration date of 06/16. Please know if you purchase this product that you are purchasing a product past the manufacturers suggested sell by date.

Drug Expiry Dates

Passed in 1979, U.S. law requires drug manufacturers to stamp an expiration date on their products. This is the date at which the manufacturer can still guarantee the full potency and safety of the drug. Most of what is known about drug expiration dates comes from a military-requested study conducted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  • With a large and expensive stockpile of drugs, the military faced tossing out and replacing its drugs every few years.
  • The study found that 90 percent of over 100 drugs (both prescription and over-the-counter) were safe and effective 15 years AFTER the expiration date.
  • Thus, the expiry date doesn’t necessarily indicate when a medication is no longer effective or has become unsafe.

According to a Harvard University publication, expired drugs are generally safe to take – even those that expired years ago. Exceptions include:

  • Tetracycline
  • Nitroglycerin
  • Insulin
  • Epinephrine (such as in an Epi-Pen)
  • Liquid antibiotics
  • Vaccines
  • Biologicals
  • Blood products
  • Inhalers

Barring the medications listed above, placing a medication in a cool and dry place, such as a refrigerator, will help a drug remain potent for many years. However, manufacturers will not make recommendations about the stability of drugs past the original expiration date due to legal and liability reasons.