3 Garcinia Weight Loss Myths (Watch Before Buying!)

3 Garcinia Weight Loss Myths (Watch Before Buying!)

3 Garcina Weight Loss Myths You Should Know! Hi guys Paul from UltimateFatBurner.com
here. Today I am going to discuss 3 myths about
garcinia weight loss that you absolutely must know, especially if you’re thinking about buying some. And, stick around to the end of the video and I’ll also tell you what you should do if you still want to try this stuff after you’ve heard
what I have to say. I’ll be right back with you in just a couple
of seconds, stick around, don’t go anywhere. Alright welcome back. Before I get started with my 3 garcinia weight
loss myths one quick thing; I always include links to supporting clinical studies in the
description field under the video… this is so can confirm my conclusions,
and verify that I’m not just making this stuff up as I go along, so please do check ’em out. So a tiny bit of background before we get started; garcinia cambogia is an Indian fruit, and in weight loss supplements it’s standardized for something called hydroxycitric
acid which “works” as a carb blocker and appetite
suppressor. Originally, it was hyped as an incredible
weight loss supplement largely on the basis of positive animal studies. So what are the 3 garcinia weight loss myths
then? 1) Is that garcinia was “discovered” by Dr
Oz and gained notoriety on his show. Truth is garcinia has gone through several
sales cycles already. The earliest clinical
trial performed on garcinia’s effects on weight loss that I could find was conducted in 1998. So garcinia is not new. 2) The second myth is that garcinia’s popularity
is driven by vast armies of satisfied customers, people who have experienced incredible results
with the supplement. You will find ten of 1,000’s of testimonials
for various garcinia products – here on YouTube, on big shopping sites and on supplement review sites and so on. Well, guess what? To start with, testimonals are worthless,
because you can’t authenticate them, and for two they are only anecdotal evidence at best. Most importantly 9 times out of 10
these testimonials are not genuine and are being made in an attempt to earn commissions
on a referred sale. There are a zillion what are called affiliate
programs for garcinia products – where anyone can sign up to promote a product and earn
big commissions on the referred sales they make. It’s the easiest online business model, and
millions of people are enrolled in them. Affiliate programs are awesome for
businesses, because they ony have to pay for results. In other words, they only pay if a sale is made. And trust me, you don’t need to be big movie star to sign up to promote garcinia products. Affiliate programs are free and anyone can
sign up for them. Go to Google and do
a search for “garcinia affiliate program” if you want to learn more about how affiliate programs work, and how many there are available for this product. And the third myth? Well, the third myth is that the stuff actually even does anything. The first study that I mentioned earlier – conducted
back in 1998 – concluded… Garcinia cambogia failed to produce significant
weight loss and fat mass loss beyond that observed with a placebo. In other words, it worked as well as a suger
pill. However, there are a few small studies that
suggest garcinia is helpful in controlling hunger and may be helpful for weight loss. But a recent analysis of these studies concluded… The evidence from randomized clinical studies
suggests that Garcinia extracts generate weight loss on the short term. However, the magnitude of this effect
is small, is no longer statistically significant when only rigorous randomized clinical studies are considered, and its clinical relevance seems questionable. Ok, well what the hell does that actually mean in English? What it means is that if you discount the studies that had various flaws in them, garcinia shows only the smallest effect on weight loss, and even that might have been a complete fluke. In other words, if it works at all, it doesn’t
do much. OK, but what if after watching this video
and you’re still feeling desperate and you till want to try it anyway because you’ve seen all these testimonials and you really want to do it. Well, what do you do? My number 1 recommendation is not to buy ANY
product recommended on YouTube or anywhere else for that matter. These products’ prices are highly inflated
to cover the cost of the commission on a sale. Instead, go to a reputable online retailer
– like iHerb.com – and buy it there. Garcinia is pretty cheap product and you
can try it for about $10. Not 30, 40, 50, 60 or 70 like you’re seeing on the Internet. There’s no need to spend anymore than that. If you’re spending much more than that, it’s
to cover referral commissions, not because you’ve stumbled upon an amazing product
that works amazingly well! Alright guys, thanks for watching. If you enjoyed this video please give us a thumb’s up, and of course, leave a comment. And, if you haven’t subscribed to this channel yet, what are you waiting for? All the cool kids are doing it. Youtube will send you a notification whenever we post new content so you never miss anything. Thanks again for watching and I’ll see you really soon.

2 thoughts on “3 Garcinia Weight Loss Myths (Watch Before Buying!)

  1. thats so true. most of the video on garcinia are all about selling. i used garcinia and it just make me feel sleepy and tired

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