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Kelly Clarkson just lost 37 lbs. on this diet — but is it safe?
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Because liver damage is zero fun.

Downing a shot of apple cider vinegar (ACV) each morning is considered the epitome of wellness right now-though, uh, it's definitely not going to help you lose weight (sry, Megan Fox and Miranda Kerr ).

Now, people are taking it a step further and chasing garcinia cambogia pills with apple cider vinegar in hopes of torching fat. Really, guys??

Wait, what the heck is garcinia cambogia?

The extract comes from a tropical fruit called tamarind grown in Indonesia. You can cook with a tamarind paste made out of the pods to flavor dips and sauces.

However, the extract is also packed into diet pills because one of its compounds, hydroxycitric acid (HCA) has been said to decrease appetite and prevent fat storage-TV doctor Mehmet Oz even Fine Jewelry Genuine Brown Smoky Quartz and DiamondAccent 14K White Gold Stud Earrings SsjKQ8
the extract was the "simple solution you're looking for to bust your body fat for good," in one of his 2012 shows.

While, yes, garcinia cambogia does have HCA, its effects on weight loss are anything but definitive–and may even be dangerous

It all started with a 2017 ad that portrayed itself as a CNN article (you can see the fake story ), which claimed that a Cornell University student lost 37 pounds by drinking a combo of ACV and garcinia cambogia.

The "article" was debunked as totally fakesoon after, but bloggers are still touting the benefits of pairing the two together. One even claims that, when paired, ACV can boost garcinia cambogia's fat-zapping powers.

But here's the thing: “Studies show that garcinia cambogia has little to no proven effect on body weight-but can cause side effects such as headache, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, and even liver damage and in rare circumstances Fine Jewelry Cultured Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Accent Sterling Silver Clip Earrings wc7A2d04a6
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In late 2017, the Food and Drug Administration also warned that at least one brand of garcinia cambogia pills contained a hidden ingredient called sibutramine, which has been known to increase blood pressure and heart rate and interact with other medications in life-threatening ways.

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And most of this happens without giving off a whiff of coercion.

“We show drivers areas of high demand or incentivize them to drive more,” said Michael Amodeo, an Uber spokesman. “But any driver can stop work literally at the tap of a button — the decision whether or not to drive is 100 percent theirs.”

Uber’s recent emphasis on drivers is no accident. As problems have mounted at the company, from an allegation of sexual harassment in its offices to revelations that it created a tool to deliberately evade regulatory scrutiny , Uber has made softening its posture toward drivers a litmus test of its ability to become a better corporate citizen. The tension was particularly evident after its chief executive, Travis Kalanick, engaged in a heated argument with a driver that was captured in a viral video obtained by Bloomberg and that prompted an abject apology.

But an examination by The New York Times found that Uber is continuing apace in its struggle to wield the upper hand with drivers. And as so-called platform-mediated work like driving for Uber increasingly becomes the way people make a living, the company’s example illustrates that pulling psychological levers may eventually become the reigning approach to managing the American worker.

While Uber is arguably the biggest and most sophisticated player in inducing workers to serve its corporate goals, other “gig economy” platforms are also involved. Uber’s main competitor, Lyft, and popular delivery services like Postmates rely on similar approaches . So do companies and individuals posting assignments on crowdsourcing sites like Amazon Mechanical Turk, where hundreds of thousands of workers earn piece-rate wages by completing discrete tasks.

Of course, many companies try to nudge consumers into buying their products and services using psychological tricks. But extending these efforts to the work force is potentially transformative.

Though employers have long borrowed insights from social science to get more out of their workers — tech companies like Google have calculated that employees interact more with unfamiliar colleagues when they can graze together at snack bars — they are constrained in doing so. A large body of law and custom in the United States holds that because employers have far more power over their employees than businesses do over their customers, they must provide them with far greater protections — not least, a minimum wage and overtime pay.

Uber exists in a kind of legal and ethical purgatory, however. Because its drivers are independent contractors, they lack most of the protections associated with employment. By mastering their workers’ mental circuitry, Uber and the like may be taking the economy back toward a pre-New Deal era when businesses had enormous power over workers and few checks on their ability to exploit it.

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