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Citrimax Review

Citrimax™ comes from a rare tropical fruit grown in the remote jungles of Asia. The fruit is an exotic species of the citrus family called Garcinia Cambogia. Although a relatively recent discovery of the Western world, it has been harvested and used for centuries by the peoples of Southern Asia as an aid to making meals more “filling”.

Some Citrimax™ weight loss product’s advertising fails to adequately mention that its active ingredient is caffeine, a stimulant commonly found in coffee and soda.

Known as hydroxycitric acid (HCA for short), or Citrimax, this popular supplement has become a standard ingredient in many popular weight loss products. Animal studies with HCA have had results that indicate that HCA/Citrimax has the ability to block the conversion of carbohydrates into fat by inhibiting an enzyme called ATP-Citrate Lyase. It also appeared to suppress appetite in tested animals.

Marketers assumed Citrimax would prove as an effective a diet and weight loss aid to humans, as it appeared to be to animals. Unfortunately, this assumption has been made without the benefit of any double blind, placebo-controlled testings with humans. With that said, many high quality supplements do use HCA in their respective formulations, but you shouldn’t give it much heed unless it accounts for 1,000 mg or more of the formulation.

Product Information

Suggested Use: Take one capsule three times per day, 1/2 hour before meals.

Ingredients: (Serving Size: 1 capsule)

Hydroxycitric Acid 250 mg

Caution: These statements about Citrimax have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Citrimax diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Citrimax, 2.6 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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