866mg 100% Pure African Mango - $19.99 Less 25% Discount (Price Includes $5.00 Shipping)
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Get the health benefits of an exotic fruit with our 100% Pure functional African mango supplement. When taken regularly, the pills can help you lower your cholesterol and reduce body fat without worrying about any side effects like jittery or nervous feelings.
100% Pure African Mango - 866 mg
Excellent results realized when used to control the Leptin hormone (belly fat) during and after the hCG Diet.
One Bottle (2 capsules per day) 60 capsules (150mg each) 1 month supply.
For best results, take one (1) capsule twice daily 30 minutes before meals with a full glass of water.
Warnings: Not intended for use by persons under 18 years of age. Consult with your physician prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, or if you are taking any other medication. Do not use if seal is damaged or missing. Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children.
Irvingia, an extract of the West African mango, has been used for a variety of medicinal purposes in Africa for many centuries. As an obese nation, we are chronically on the search for that magic pill which allows us to eat whatever we want while losing weight at the same time. Our 100% Pure African Mango can be helpful for those needing to lose 5-10 pounds, and studies have shown no undesirable side effects.
Leptine and Your Appetite:
Leptin is the hormone that tells your body how hungry you are. So controlling and maintaining a healthy level of leptin will naturally make you feel less hungry. This is huge when it comes to weight loss. 100% Pure African Mango (Irvingia) is the only supplement to date that can help you control the level of leptin in your body and in turn, control your hunger.
Meets all of Dr. Oz’s recommendations:
Maqui Berry (as Aristotelia Chilensis), Resveratrol 50%, Green Tea Extract GCG 45%, Caffeine Anhydrous
Manufactured in cGMP laboratory in an FDA registered facility
What is African Mango (Irvingia)?
Irvingia gabonensis (IG) is the Latin name of the tree grown in Central and West Africa that produces a fruit similar to a mango and nicknamed African mango, wild mango, dika nut, or bush mango. IG contains 50% fat, 26.4% total carbohydrates, 7.5% protein, and 14% fiber.
In areas where IG grows, its flesh is widely eaten. But it's the seed or nut (fresh or dried) that contain the powerful ingredients.
What are the benefits of 100% pure African mango?
The high-soluble fiber content of IG seed can melt away belly fat and trim waistlines. Taking 100$ Pure African Mango 30-60 minutes before meals reduces appetite, lowers blood cholesterol and triglycerides, reduces fat cell growth, boosts the breakdown of fats, and improves blood sugar control. It is also highly effective at sequestering fat and cholesterol and ridding them from the body.
What are the side effects of Irvinga Gabonensis?
With Irvingia boasting such a sweeping range of potent, physiological effects, one might expect some associated health risks. Well, the only acute side effect reported by the study’s test subjects was a marked decrease in appetite—presumably owing to the substantial decrease in serum CRP that enabled leptin to reach target receptors in the hypothalamus and signal satiety.
Conclusion and Recommendation:
One of the most frustrating problems middle-aged people encounter is an increase in belly fat that is resistant to most diet and exercise programs. Abdominal weight gain is not only cosmetically unsightly, but sets the stage for a host of degenerative diseases. In fact, studies show that even in people who are not considered overweight, excess belly fat of as little as two inches increased the risk of death in men by 17% and women by 13%.28
We now know that a phenomenon called leptin resistance plays a major role in the development of abdominal obesity. Fortunately, researchers have identified a plant extract (Irvingia) that not only reverses leptin resistance, but also facilitates the breakdown of body fat by reducing an enzyme (glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase) that enables glucose to be stored as triglyceride in adipocytes. Irvinga also increases the insulin-sensitizing hormone adiponectin and inhibits the digestive enzyme amylase that allows ingested carbohydrates to be broken down and absorbed into one’s bloodstream.