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African Mango Weight Loss-the Truth behind the Hype

Updated on July 31, 2012

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When it comes down to "it sounds too good to be true" diet pills, then on first glance it certainly appears that the African Mango Weight Loss pills would fit firmly into this category.

However, since being thrown into the spotlight by being hailed as an almost miracle diet pill on the Dr. Oz show in the United States, thousands, possibly millions of people have entrusted their dietary needs to this method.

So - do they actually do anything? Can taking a supplement - which is essentially what this is - honestly help your body to metabolize stored fat in a faster and more positive fashion?

The Science bit....

Some quite extensive study has gone into determining whether the pills actually work. Two very detailed experiments, the first in 2005 and the next in 2009 by Dr. IV van Heerden of, have proven a strong improvement in blood glucose and fat levels, lowering of LDL (bad) cholesterol and blood pressure, as well as an improvement in the metabolism of the body. This resulted in accelerated weight and fat loss of those who took part in the experiments.

In a report published in the U.S National library of medicine biochemists Oben, Ngondi and Blum looked at the effects of <b>Irvingia gabonensis seed extract </b>(OB131) on adipogensis (the process by which undifferentiated precursor cells differentiate into fat cells) and their results concluded that irvingia gabonensis <i>"significantly inhibited adipogenesis in adipocytes" </i>which, in layman's English, are the cells that mainly compose adipose tissue, specialized in storing energy as fat. Irvingia Gabonensis is simply another name for African mango, or dikka or wild mango, a tree that grows throughout the forests of West Africa.

African Mango and Health

African mango is an extremely high fiber food, and the link between this and healthy metabolism is well known. So it certainly appears that, even without the above research, the African Mango Weight Loss pills can provide the kind of fiber intake that our bodies need in order to optimally process the foods we eat on a daily basis. And the more efficiently the body works, the more likely we are to lose weight. So on that basis, the African Mango Weight Loss really can help you towards you dietary goals.


African Mango Review

To find out more about African Mango weight loss benefits I would first recommend reading our African Mango Plus Review, which gives further examination and useful information on what African mango weight loss is all about and why celebrities and ordinary people enthuse about it.


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    • covenantguy profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from New Zealand

      Sorry, late reply -are you still needing info? e.g where to buy it?

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      Muhammad Umer 

      6 years ago from Karachi Pakistan

      please can you give more information about African mango weight loss.

      i am interesting this thing.


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