Weight Loss Reviews: Dr. Oz and African Mango - Review Released Today

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Earlier this year, Dr. Oz heralded Irvingia as an ingredient of the African Mango which has potential for causing weight loss. African Mango as a weight loss supplement has enjoyed steady popularity among new and repeat users alike. It is also said to have other health benefits, like increased energy and immune system improvement. OverallHealth.org releases a review.

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Dr. Oz has something to do with the present popularity of African Mango supplements, having profiled its ingredient "Irvingia" earlier this year, specifically for its value as a weight loss stimulant.

Despite the recent frenzy in the western world surrounding African Mango and its weight loss benefits, the fruit has actually been used as a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, Africa—the only place in the world where African Mango is grown. The brightly colored tropical fruit is found exclusively in Cameroon's west-coastal rainforests.

Dr. Oz has something to do with the present popularity of African Mango supplements, having profiled its ingredient "Irvingia" earlier this year, specifically for its value as a weight loss stimulant.

African Mango is the latest craze in weight loss. It's being used by everyone from celebrities to fitness freaks to help drop the those extra pounds and get the trim, fit body they're after. The secret is the Dikka seed contained in these mangoes, used by natives for their wide-ranging medical benefits including boosting the immune system and increasing energy. Only upon introduction to western markets was it discovered that the African Mango also has weight loss properties.

African Mango Plus contains the purest extract from the Dikka Seed. Taking the seed in supplement form delivers its beneficial enzymes directly into the consumer's system, providing the full impact of this remarkable natural formula. Taking this supplement can help trim extra pounds from the waist, butt, and thighs, all with safe and natural components.

Published in the journal of “Lipids in Health and Disease,” a study was conducted on 102 people split between those taking the African Mango and those taking the placebo. According to the study taking African Mango resulted in “Significant improvements in body weight, body fat, and waist circumference. African Mango (Irvingia gabonensis) administered 150 mg twice daily before meals to overweight and/or obese human volunteers favorably impacts body weight and a variety of parameters characteristic of the metabolic syndrome".

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OverallHealth.org is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy - new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see!

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