My gain is partly due to the decrease in activity from my condition, and the holidays sorry to say but, I also have not been able to loose it the way I usually do, having cut back to my normal diet. There are some inexpensive OTC creams available, like the ones used post-pregnancy by ladies. Most studies provided no data on the proportion of participants excluded from trials after the run-in periods, and therefore the generalizability to the broader population is questionable. Does anyone have any good suggestions on a regimen to help me put the weight back on? If you have any new pain while exercising, stop and let your doctor know. No Canadian modelling studies reflecting costs and effects over the long term were identified.
Beware the festive 15!
The higher the HCA(hydroxycitric acid) concentration, the more mileage you are going to get out of the supplement. All brands will contain some amount of the extract from the actual fruit, but the amount of the active substance can vary a lot.
There are plenty of fly-by-night products around(pretty much all of the ones in local stores) that only offer a very subpar purity.