Pure Garcinia Cambogia Extract (3-pack) – 65% HCA with No Fillers by Rag Tag Health, 1000mg per Serving, Works as Fat Burner for Men & Women, Premium Organic Capsules, Made in USA

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  • FAT BURNING Garcinia Cambogia Extract Made From PURE and ORGANIC ingredients which have been clinically shown to naturally aid in weight loss by making meals more "filling" and reducing appetite. Tested in men as well as women.
  • These capsules contain the optimal amount of active HCA (hydroxycitric acid) that has been shown in studies to work. According to current therapeutic research, 1000mg daily of 65% HCA is the most effective dosage - 500mg before breakfast and another 500mg before dinner.
  • These PURE garcinia cambogia extract capsules contain NO FILLERS, no artificial colors, or anything that isn't in the research. They contain NO CALCIUM. Calcium actually makes the active HCA less bioavailable. We avoid any additional ingredients that will just dilute the effectiveness of each capsule and waste your money.
  • All of Rag Tag Health's products are MADE IN THE USA and are sent out for 3rd party lab testing before they are sold. We have been in business since 2008 and have stellar ratings from Google Checkout, Shopper Approved and the Better Business Bureau.
  • Each bottle is a full 30-day supply. NO FILLERS or additional ingredients, so the capsules are VERY concentrated. PREMIUM ingredients only. More of what works, none of what doesn't. Every ingredient has a BENEFICIAL EFFECT on weight loss. Reduces appetite and may improve mood and sleeping patterns. Specially Priced For Amazon Buyers - Get it while it's in stock!

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If Your Garcinia Cambogia Supplement Contains Calcium (And Most Do)...
...It's Almost Guaranteed NOT To Work! †
 
=> Therefore, if a garcinia label has calcium on it, don't bother wasting your time -or- money.
 
In fact, don't take your daily calcium supplement within 2 hours of taking any garcinia cambogia.
 
 
†† Downs BW. "Bioefficacy of a novel calcium-potassium salt of (-)-hydroxycitric acid." Mutation Research. 2005 Nov 11;579(1-2):149-62. Epub 2005 Aug 1