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Two of them showed weight loss of a few pounds over a period of 8 weeks (9, 10), but the other two showed no effect (11, 12). So… unfortunately, the weight loss effects appear to be both weak and inconsistent. A review published in the Journal of Obesity in 2011 that looked at 12 clinical trials found that Garcinia Cambogia can increase weight loss by about 0. 88 kg, or 2 pounds, on average, over a period of several weeks (13).

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The University of the West Indies. at Cave Hill, Barbados. Online Past Paper Search: Exam Papers Find past exam papers online. Search: Faculty: Level: View Past Paper Search Instructions; NB: The Past Papers are in PDF - Elements of Micro Economics. The University of the West Indies. Cave Hill, Barbados. Tel: () | Fax: ( ECONOMICS PAST PAPER QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS. Q1) Discuss whether inflation is necessarily harmful. (12) ANS 1: Inflation is usually defined as a situation in which there is a persistent increase in the general price level. During inflation, cost of living rises, and hence, the purchasing power or the value of money falls.