Garcinia Cambogia

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We like to assure all customers that Naked Blend milk tea has been SGS lab tested in accordance to HSA supplement regulatory guideline. The ingredients list printed on our packaging box is the full ingredients list. If our formula contains any banned substance, it would definitely have been picked up in the lab test.

Like all consumable supplements, there is a recommended consumption dosage for Naked Blend milk tea. As long as you stick to the suggested servings, it is safe for our bodies. Additionally, Naked Blend milk tea uses minimal Garcinia Cambogia in the formula.

Moderation is always key. There are many studies reflecting that Garcinia Cambogia is a natural weight loss ingredient. It plays a role in controlling appetite, which is why it is often used in effective weight loss products.

It is also comforting to know that Garcinia Cambogia is a supplement that is for sale at Singapore GNC store, Watsons and Nature's Farm. (Images below)

Food for thought:
If Garcinia Cambogia is truly unsafe – Wouldn’t it be a restricted product or a prescriptive supplement/ medicine controlled by doctor? And not likely to be easily purchasable at a supplement store in Singapore.
 
Is Garcinia Cambogia Safe?Image Credit: GNC Singapore

 

 

 

 

Is Garcinia Cambogia Safe?
Image Credit: Watsons Singapore
 

 

 

 

Is Garcinia Cambogia Safe?

Image Credit: Nature's Farm

 

  

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Can you really overdose on vitamin supplements, if they are supposed to be good for you?

Vitamin A is essential for normal vision, cell development, and immune system function.

Since Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, it's easy for your body to store so it can accumulate over time. Long-term intakes of excessive amounts of vitamin A can cause intracranial pressure, dizziness, nausea, liver damage, headaches, rash, pain in your joints and coma.

Vitamin C is needed for strong connective tissue and immune system function. It's also an antioxidant that can help prevent damage from free radicals.

Consuming excessive amounts of Vitamin C can cause diarrhoea, nausea, and abdominal cramps and has been linked to kidney stones.

Vitamin D helps your body absorb and utilise calcium. However, taking too much vitamin D in the form of supplements can raise your blood levels of calcium, which can be bad for your heart and kidneys.

Your body needs Vitamin E for normal immune system function. It also works as an antioxidant and helps prevent blood clots from forming in your blood vessels.

Taking too much vitamin E can however increase your risk of bleeding, which is especially important if you're at an increased risk of stroke or take blood-thinning medications.

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There are more to this list, but we shall stop here for now.

You guys get the drift yep. Good stuff can turn bad, if done inappropriately.

There are good reasons why “recommended dosage” is listed on all consumable product packaging.

Everything in life, should be done in moderation :)

 

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