Since the recent addition of Garcinia Cambogia to the InsideOut Wellness and Weight Loss HCG diet store, I’ve been getting a lot of questions from patients about the difference between the Garcinia Cambogia and our Raspberry Ketones. The most common questions is which product is better or which product will help me lost the most weight. First of all, they’re both good products. I don’t put anything in our HCG diet store that I wouldn’t use myself. How do I determine which products to include in the store? Primarily by doing my own research. If the physiology makes sense, then I’ll add it. I don’t pay much attention to “studies say,” because studies can say whatever those funding the study want the study to say. As a result, I rely primarily on the physiology and mechanism for which these products work. I then do more investigating into the quality of the product so I can find the best available for my dieters. In the case of both the Garcinia Cambogia and the Raspberry Ketones, both products make sense, so now the big quesiton, which is better? hydroxycitrate (HCA)
As I said before, they’re both good products, but they both facilitate weight loss in very different ways. See below…
Raspberry Ketones – Raspberry Ketones regulate a hormone called Adiponectin. What does Adiponectin do? Adiponectin attacks our fat cells, causing them to lyse or shrivel up. See the Dr. Oz video below. The Dr. Oz Show provides a good demonstration of this. The individual fatty acids are then sent to the liver and oxidized and ultimately eliminated. As a result of this fat burning mechanism, Raspberry Ketones are a good recommendation to supplement while you’re on the low-calorie phase of the HCG diet. To read about how Rachel Ray lost 27 pounds on a combination of HCG and Raspberry Ketones, click here.
Garcinia Cambogia – Garcinia Cambogia is a fruit plant from India. The active ingredient or the primary weight loss factor in Garcinia Cambogia is hydroxycitrate (HCA), which is obtained by the fruit of theGarcinia Cambogia plant called the Brindall Berry. HCG from the Garcinia Cambogia fruit inhibits the conversion of excess carbohydrates to fat. Given this mechanism, it would be necessary for you to supplement the Garcina while you’re on the low calorie phase of your HCG protocol, especially if you’re doing HCG 2.0, because it is already very low in carbs. Garcinia Cambogia would be most effective following the low-calorie phase (P2) of your HCG diet, when you prepare to re-introduce carbs to your diet during the maintenance phase or P3. To purchase Garcinia Cambogia, click here.
So, given the information above, it’s best to supplement the Raspberry Ketones while you’re on the low calorie phase of the HCG protocol to accelerate weight loss. Following your low-calorie protocol, you’ll then want to add the Garcinia Cambogia to assist you in your transition into the maintenance phase. However, don’t feel that you absolutely need these products to achieve success with HCG 2.0. You don’t, but they can provide an additional boost. Nor do you need to accompany the products with the HCG diet. If you’re at a comfortable weight, they would be good to supplement to maintain that weight. hydroxycitrate (HCA)
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