Miracle Garcinia Cambogia is our #3 weight loss product. Available through the internet, this product claims to help you achieve successful weight loss when coupled with some dietary changes and exercise. It has HCA (hydroxycitric acid), which helps in hindering citrate lyase enzyme, and thus helps to stop conversion of excess carbohydrates into fat. The manufacturer claims that it acts as an appetite suppressant which not only curbs your cravings but helps manage stress levels as well.
On their website, the manufacturers of Miracle Garcinia Cambogia claim it to be made up of 100% natural ingredients with no fillers, binders or chemical additives. This product contains both Garcinia cambogia fruit rind, as well as garcinia cambogia extract which is standardized to 60% HCA. This product also contains calcium and potassium, ostensibly to help the body absorb the HCA. The supplement is packaged in a gelatin capsule, making it unsuitable for vegetarian or vegan consumption, and other additional ingredients it contains are magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.
Miracle Garcinia Cambogia offers 600mg of garcinia cambogia extract per capsule, and recommends taking two capsules per day, for an overall daily dose of 1200 mg of garcinia extract. One bottle of Miracle Garcinia Cambogia contains 60 capsules, providing a month’s worth of garcinia cambogia, if taking according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Possible Side Effects:
There no listed side effects for this product.
Miracle Garcinia Cambogia is offered in packages of many different values. The cheapest price per jar would be achieved by getting the “buy 3 get 2 free” offer, where each bottle will cost you around $28.99. Buying a single bottle at a time will cost you $53.98 a piece.
There is no clear mention of a guarantee on the Miracle Garcinia website, but after a bit of digging we discovered that they treat returns on a case-by-case basis and reserve the right to refuse a refund to anyone as they see fit.
Miracle Cambogia Garcinia is a decent weight loss product in terms of their formula, and is comparable to many other garcinia cambogia products available on the market. However, the product as a whole did have a few drawbacks and we had to drop it down to our #3 spot. It is manufactured in a ‘GNP certified lab’ and formulated with 60% HCA (from the fruit rind and extract) and potassium which is a critical component for ensuring maximum absorption of the supplement. Again, this is good, but still trailing in terms of potency behind our #1 pick which contains 95% HCA. The primary flaw in the formula is the fact that it contains calcium, which has actually been shown to reduce the effectiveness of a garcinia formula. We also could not find any customer reviews, which are essential to get an unbiased look at the product. These reasons, coupled with their slightly sketchy refund policy left us wondering exactly how good of a product it actually is.