Right now, you’re probably wondering “What in the world are garcinia cambogia and moringa oleifera?” Don’t worry, you’re not alone. While they’ve been well known in the horticultural and naturopathy industries for quite some time, they are just now becoming known for their antioxidant and metabolism boosting prowess. Garcinia Cambogia is most commonly a tree or shrub type plant native to Asia, Australia, Southern Africa and Polynesia.
One variety of Garcinia is the purple mangosteen, which is marketed as a popular anti-oxidant juice in North America. It not only is pumped full of anti-oxidants, but has natural appetite suppressant qualities too. Basically, it’s good for you and it makes you want to eat less. But alone, it’s not a fat burning power house.
Moringa Oleifera is the most common species in the Moringa family, which has long been used in traditional cultures for it’s healthy benefits. Both the seed pods (called drum sticks for their chicken leg like appearance) and the leaves are used in a variety of ways by native cultures of Africa, Central and South America, Southeast Asia and India. The leaves in particular are the most nutritious part of the plant, being a
significant source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, provitamin A as beta-carotene, magnesium and protein, among other nutrients.
The third part in this secret fat burning furnace is Caralluma Fimbriata. Caralluma is native to India and has long been used as an ingredient in chutneys and pickles, or eaten raw as a vegetable. As a stand alone diet too, Caralluma has been shown to provide moderate weight loss success. But when combined with Garcinia and Moringa, the symbiotic super effect is nothing less than startling. These three super secret fat burning power metabolizers will boost your your weight loss efforts beyond anything you’ve experienced before.