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Garcinia Cambogia Extract Water Soluble Details
Active ingredient: Hydroxycitric Acid
Botanical Source: Fruit of Garcinia cambogia
Molecular Formula: C6H8O8
Molecular Weight: 208.12
Garcinia Cambogia Extract Water Soluble Oil Introduction
Garcinia cambogia is a fruit that looks like a pumpkin and is native to Indonesia, Asia and Africa.
Garcinia Cambogia, an extract from Indian native fruit containing hydroxycitric acid
(HCAAn fruit active ingredient HCA (hydroxycitric acid) is believed to have a beneficial effect on appetite suppression and weight management.
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The synthesis method uses citric acid as raw material, dehydrates to obtain aconitic acid, and then oxidizes aconitic acid to obtain hydroxycitric acid, and the optimized processes of aconitic acid and hydroxycitric acid are studied respectively.The optimized process of aconitate and hydroxycitric acid was studied respectively. The optimum process conditions for aconitate were 1 mol of hydroxycitric acid with 270 mol of 56% sulfuric acid and reacted at 140 ° C for 7 h to obtain agglomerate melting point of 186 ° C. Decomposition; waste acid and undecomposed citric acid are recycled, the recovery rate of citric acid is 28%, and the recovery rate of concentrated sulfuric acid is 65%. The optimized process conditions of hydroxycitric acid are 2:1 ratio of n oxidant to n-aconitic acid, reaction time 16 h, reaction temperature 50 ° C to obtain hydroxycitric acid, and the product yield is about 80%.
1. To help to control body weight.
2. To help suppress appetite.
3. To affect serontonin level.
4. To promote glycogen synthesis and increase energy levels.
1. Garcinia cambogia extract is mainly used for suppressing appetite;
2. Garcinia extract is one of the most powerful supplements for weight management.
Animal experiments have shown that the toxicity of (-)-HCA is not stronger than that of citric acid. Citric acid is a compound contained in normal cells and is also used in many foods. (-)-HCA is a natural botanical ingredient that is also used in cooking foods and medicines in India. Experiments have shown that the 5000 mg/kg body weight dose of (-)-HCA does not cause any visible signs of toxicity or death in experimental animals. This dose is approximately equivalent to a human intake of 350 g, or a daily intake of 233 times the per capita intake of 1.5 g / d. (-)-HCA is also not suitable for certain groups of people. Because (-)-HCA affects the body's fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis, it may directly affect the production of sterols and limit the production of sterols. Women are very sensitive to sterols during pregnancy, so it is not suitable for consumption (-)-HCA at this time. Similarly, lactating women should also avoid eating (-)-HCA. There is also a view that although HCA promotes the effects of gluconeogenesis and ketogenesis, it is not conducive to diabetics, but the good weight loss effect of HCA on obese non-insulin-dependent diabetics exceeds its negative effect. Benefits outweigh the disadvantages In addition, although long-term consumption of (-)-HCA-rich fruit does not show any harm to children, it is recommended that children do not overdose (-)-HCA for a long time.