Garcinia Cambogia: ‘miracle’ Weight Loss Cure Could Be Dangerous Scam

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‘More than 2m need weight loss op’

Researchers tested a high dose of garcinia cambogia extract on obese male rats. The good news? The rats lost weight! The bad news? Extremely high doses seemed to cause testicular atrophy and toxicity.
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Under a pilot program announced Jan. 14, company health plans can alert workers who might be candidates for two obesity drugs that hit the market last year, the first ones approved by U.S. regulators in more than a decade. If employees are interested, and their doctors agree, workers start taking the medication and use Aetnas lifestyle coaching apps to help them manage their diet and exercise.
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Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?

But they said more investment may be necessary to meet a growing need for the procedures. According to NHS guidelines, weight loss surgery may be offered to those whose morbid obesity could kill them, or to people who are morbidly obese and who have a serious condition such as type 2 miracle garcinia cambogia diabetes or high blood pressure that could be improved if they lost weight. The study found that those meeting the criteria for bariatric surgery were more likely to be women, retired with lower educational qualifications and of lower socio-economic status. It said: “Recent hospital episode statistic data show surgery rates from 2003/4 to 2009/10 have risen year on year in England; with rates highest in women and those aged 40-54 years. “However, service delivery rates still fall significantly below the level needed to support all those who could potentially benefit.” Several factors contributed to surgery rates being so low, the study found.
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