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ResearchVerified Announces the Release of ResearchVerified Garcinia Cambogia, The Purest Supplement in the Exact Dosage Tested in Research Studies

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After dozens of manufacturers flood market with subpar products, ResearchVerified formulates Garcinia Cambogia with 60% HCA (hydroxycitric acid) in a 1600 mg dose.

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NEW YORK, NY, August 15, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- ResearchVerified, a leading manufacturer of nutritional supplements, announced today the release of its Research Verified Garcinia Cambogia, which it manufactures in the United States in an FDA-certified facility that is also noted for its GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices).

Garcinia Cambogia is a small pumpkin-shaped fruit found in Southeast Asia. The fruit contains an ingredient called hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which has been proven to help people burn fat. HCA is what makes Garcinia Cambogia so effective as a dietary supplement.

According to Dr. Oz, who does not endorse any products, a quality Garcinia Cambogia supplement should be 100% pure, with no fillers, contain 60% HCA (hydroxycitric acid) in a 1600mg daily dose, in a vegetarian capsule, because this is what was used in clinical trials.

ResearchVerified Garcinia Cambogia meets these requirements and adds several others: it's manufactured in the United States in an FDA-certified, cGMP-certified (Good Manufacturing Practices) facility, complies with US Pharmacopeia quality standards, and all ingredients are tested by third parties.

"It's critically important that all ResearchVerified products exceed published standards," said Director of Public Relations, Samantha Roberts. "Ever since Dr. Oz called Garcinia Cambogia "the Holy Grail", there have been dozens of companies out there cutting corners and endangering their customers."

Among the potentially harmful industry practices, Roberts listed dosages less than 1600mg, HCA less than 60%, and the addition of fillers such as calcium which can lower effectiveness of the HCA.

In fact, ResearchVerified Garcinia Cambogia has received an A+ rating by QualityTrusted.org, the leading reviewer of manufacturing processes, raw material sourcing, and certificates of analysis reports in the supplement industry.

ResearchVerified Garcinia Cambogia is available in one-month, three-month, and six-month supplies directly from ResearchVerified and from better nutrition and supplement stores nationwide.

There are literally thousands of supplement manufacturers online all claiming to have the best products. But, how do you know who to trust? And more importantly, how do you know what product is actually going to work for you? With all the products out there, you want to make sure you get the highest quality product available, period.

We at Research Verified tried to make your decision simple. How? Well, we did all the research for you. When you buy at Research Verified, you can feel confident that you are getting the highest quality premium product available, hands down. We don't cut any corners or sacrifice quality in any way.

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