African Mango is also known as Irvingia Gabonensis. Similar to the mango, the seeds of Irvingia Gabonensis are high in fiber, which is essential to removing cholesterol from the body. New research has indicated there is tremendous potential for health benefits with African Mango. This has caught the attention of those who are trying to lose weight safely. The extract of the West African Mango is a natural and healthy way for dieters to lose weight and improve overall health. Some studies have shed some positive light on the supplement. Where does African Mango come from? The West African Mango is grown naturally in the rainforests of Cameroon Africa and is considered to be a natural source of cholesterol management and a weight management agent. How can African Mango help aid in weight loss? While the African Mango may be considered to be an effective, natural diet supplement, its true genius could be with how it can help the obese lose weight. In one double-blind clinical study, a group taking African Mango showed significantly better weight loss than the group who did not. Maybe the biggest factor could be African Mango's natural ability to act as an appetite suppressant. Leptin is a naturally occurring hormone that helps us control our appetites; however, most obese people have built up a resistance to leptin because, in part, to high levels of C-reactive protein (CPR). CPR can bind to leptin, lessening its effectiveness. But the nutrients in African Mango seem to lower the levels of CPR in the body allowing leptin to accomplish its natural design with greater effectiveness. African Mango is also believed to increase the body's production of Adiponectin
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