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Updated on December 13, 2012

This should be the product to give anyone the encouragement.

Except for market women sitting in their stalls and selling their wares without any exercise or moving around much, you would be walking down the street in Accra, Ghana, and you would see that all the people, especially the women, you were passing by were slim and have so much excellent composure.

In other words, they were not "heavy set", and that they mostly lacked body fat. They have been imbued naturally with the kind of non-athletic, but healthy, shapely body form, and that has been noticeable by outsiders or visitors to that country for many years; hence, the title "Accra body".

The slim bodied women and girls there have a natural secret that was due to a condiment contained in their diet, which has the power to fight off fatty acids in the human body and in foods, as they (acids) readily dissolve into waste extracts from the body system.

The fruit has its season, and so they (women) did not eat it all year long; and so they themselves went about their lives without knowing exactly what caused so many thousands of them to stay in shape and looking radiantly beautiful. Of course, there were all kinds of "body types", but the healthy, slim and normal ones were in the majority.

It was not just those ladies in Accra, but the situation of women looking suave and peachy has been observed throughout West Africa, particularly, in Ghana and the Cameroons. It has been known in those parts of the world that being fat was a person's own choice, as it was actually easy to add a simple fruit to what that person ate, and that would metabolize their intake and would get rid of the fat that would build up in the dermis or corium, the layer of skin tissue under the epidermis or the actual skin.

Somehow, that ingredient was not common in the fruit, which was found across most parts of the world; as it existed in the Mediterranean region, South America and the West Indies. In fact, it was just the ordinary "Mango" fruit available in hot tropics and warm climates.

The ingredient, whose scientific name was "Irvingla Gabonesis", somehow was derived only from the African mango seed; and the reason for its rarity could not be fully explained, with many agricultural experts attributing that to a volcanic activity that has taken place in that part of the world several millennial years ago and making the soil there so special, to foment the growth of that type of mango.

It (ingredient) has been patented and manufactured into a powerful antioxidant product called "mangodrin SF", which could help people wanting to lose weight, without going through the normal hassle that accompanied the culture of getting out of a fat body and looking good, that many people dreaded and have needlessly suffered because of it.

Just go to the web site by clicking on the link below and make sure to order it.

There are other products there that will also improve your health tremendously.


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      5 years ago from Northern NSW, Australia

      very it

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      5 years ago

      Hi Ericdierker,

      I am leaving political commentary behind, now that the 2012 presidential election is over.

      President Barack Obama won; but the Republicans would never be satisfied with the result, no matter what. It would be impossible to change their minds, let alone their hearts.

      I have decided to deal with diet and supplementation products to reduce obesity and overweight problems prevalent among Americans.

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      Eric Dierker 

      5 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Well done hub. I really liked the suspense. Strange for a nutrition article and refreshing. I would suggest that in the very southeast of Asia there is something similar in the mango's.


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