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AFRICAN mango is now becoming the wonder fruit in far away America. Consider this research published in the scientific journal Lipids in Health and Disease, it revealed that men and women supplementing with African Mango extract for just 28 days lost an astonishing 3,990 per cent more weight than those taking a placebo (8.9 lbs vs. 0.22 lbs).

Beyond the weight loss, the volunteers taking African Mango extract 30 minutes before meals lost a stunning average of 2.4 inches from their waistlines as well as 1.8 inches from their hips – and their bad LDL cholesterol, triglyceride, and glucose levels all plummeted.

In fact, studies show that it is so safe that it reduces LDL cholesterol and dangerous triglycerides. It is also effective that it is shown to shed 8.9 pounds and 2 inches of belly fat in just 28 days. Strange as it may seem, it is also not expensive with 62 cents per serving; less than a sugary soda at McDonald’s.

It is a product to aid in weight loss, lower cholesterol, level out sugar in the bloodstream, and regulate the hormone leptin. Leptin is responsible for controlling appetite and boosting metabolism. This is very important in the fight against body fat.

And much to the chagrin of the nation’s $40 billion-dollar diet industry, which sells outrageously expensive surgical procedures and drugs that have done little, if anything, to trim America’s ever-growing collective waistline.

Despite the recent frenzy surrounding African Mango and its ability to cause safe weight loss, the fruit has actually been used as a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, Africa.

The brightly coloured tropical fruit is native to Cameroon’s west-coastal rainforests and found in the forest of Leboudi outside Yaoundé. African Mango, or Bush Mango, differs from other mango fruits in that it produces a peculiar seed, which natives of Cameroon refer to as Dikka nuts.

For hundreds of years, an extract from the seeds called irvingia gabonensis has been used among Cameroon villagers for its wide-ranging medicinal benefits, which range from reducing and preventing obesity to lowering cholesterol to regulating blood sugar to treating infections.

Studies carried out by the Laboratory of Nutritional Biochemistry of the University of Yaoundé, revealed that irvingia is efficient in controlling body weight. The research study was initiated in 2005 and later confirmed by nutritionists in the United States of America.


hehehe..yet we re still big in Africa..if na so..every mango season would ve been major weight loss time 4 most Nigerians na..#jstsaying


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