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Caralluma Extract is a succulent bush, in the cactus class, that has been used as a natural appetite suppressant in India for centuries. It's a relatively new arrival in the species of cactii and other succulent plants that are fast becoming more and more admired for their appetite supressing, and weight reduction capabilities, as well as their potential to lower blood sugar levels in the body.
Food supplements made from the sought-after hoodia gordonii cactus from the Kalahari Desert in Africa, are, for example, gaining in celebrity and use in the States and the EU. Like hoodia, Caralluma Extract has been used to suppress hunger, and as a easily carried food for hunting.
It's used to squelch appetite and appetite, and build up endurance throughout India. It is also from time to time used for a "famine food," utilized during periods of famine to control hunger. For many years, common people in remote areas of India have ingested Caralluma extract, which grows wild over various parts of the country of India.
Caralluma Extract is usually cooked as a vegetable, which is in preserves such as chutneys or pickles, or eaten raw. Caralluma Extract is thought to block the operation of various enzymes, which then prevents the accumulation of fat, forcing your body's fat reserves to be burned.
Caralluma Extract is also thought to have an influence on the appetite control component of the brain. Traditional Indian medicine experts called Ayurvedic have noticed that there are no negative effects when using Caralluma Extract , and the plant is not toxic.
A patented, reliable version of Caralluma has been created and standardized by a firm called Gencor. Known as "Slimaluma," the extract provides the plant in a potent form.
One of the only products for sale in the Americas that provides a 100% Slimaluma all natural formulation is the Caralluma Burn Appetite Suppressant supplement, which combines the patented Slimaluma formula of Caralluma Extract with EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) from green tea.
In combination they alledgedly have a synergistic effect on appetite control and losing weight. In a couple of clinical tests Slimaluma was demonstrated to be effective in reducing body fat through appetite control.
From the National Center for Biotechnology Information, A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine:
"Caralluma fimbriata is an edible cactus, used by tribal Indians to suppress hunger and enhance endurance. The effect of Caralluma extract was assessed in overweight individuals by a placebo controlled randomized trial.
Fifty adult men and women (25-60 years) with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 25 kg/m2 were randomly assigned into a placebo or experimental group; the latter received 1 g of Caralluma extract per day for 60 days.
All subjects were given standard advice regarding a weight reducing diet and physical activity. At the end of 30 and 60 days of intervention, blood glucose and lipids, anthropometric measurements, dietary intake and assessment of appetite was performed.
Waist circumference and hunger levels over the observation period showed a significant decline in the experimental group when compared to the placebo group. While there was a trend towards a greater decrease in body weight, body mass index, hip circumference, body fat and energy intake between assessment time points in the experimental group, these were not significantly different between experimental and placebo groups.
Caralluma extract appears to suppress appetite, and reduce waist circumference when compared to placebo over a 2 month period."
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