The Truth About African Mango Weight Loss
If you’re into fitness like we are, you’ve probably heard all the hype about African mango weight loss supplements. So let us break it down for you. Exactly what is all the hype about, and does it truly help you get rid of those irritating extra layers of fat?
This weight-loss supplement, made from extracts of the seeds of the delicious West African fruit Irvingia gabonensis (AKA the African mango), is being propped up for how well it seems to help reduce body fat, overall weight, and even cholesterol and leptin levels in overweight folks, based on a recent study published in the journal Lipids in Health and Disease. This diet pill has a lot of people singing its praises and saying that it’s better than other diet pills on the market. But that’s what they ALWAYS say….
The Truth About Weight Loss & African Mango
Additional studies demonstrate similar results, with subjects losing weight (about 8-10 pounds) without making other lifestyle changes.
The good news is that, up to now, no adverse side effects have been reported. “This is an extract from a food which has been consumed for centuries in reasonably substantial numbers (reports of daily ingestion for at least 10 years in particular tribes),” The Doctor continues… “Test subjects don’t have any reports of negatives effects to date. Nevertheless some reports of increased libido have been brought to my attention by users of VitaLean in the United Kingdom.” A supplement that can help you shed pounds and feel more sexy? Sounds great to me!
But is African Mango too good to be true?
Even though evaluated test subjects did find initial fat-loss happening, more research has to be done to see if continuous supplementation would afford any added fat losses. Impressively enough though, Dr. Tanya Edwards, who happened to be one Dr. Oz’s respected correspondents before she passed away wrote on her website that when she took the supplement herself, she lost a whopping seven pounds right off the bat, but did not keep losing with continued use (and detected the same with her patients).
Check out this review from a woman with possibly the most annoying voice on the face of the Earth, but she makes some interesting points… Click on the vid.
Should You Try African Mango?
The jury is still out on whether the effects will last or if you will continue to find results with regular use. While you may experience some fat loss in the first few days from taking the nutritional supplement, the results may not continue. So would you be happy with only dropping a quick 7 to 10 lbs? Personally, I would not. But you may be different.
If you would like to test it out for yourself, make sure to look for products (like truDERMA’s Mangodrin) that actually contains the ingredient infusion called “IGOB131.” Many nutritional supplements on the marketplace don’t, even though they’re labeled as African mango.
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