Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 07, 2011
Recent studies released by Gateway Health Alliances have shown that African Mango actually does promote weight loss in humans. These studies, done at the University of Yaounde I in Camaroon have supported many claims that this hyped weight loss ingredient works.
Dr. Oz was the first all-star celebrity to endorse African Mango as a weight loss supplement, calling it a “miracle in your medicine cabinet.” Since then, this new diet pill ingredient from Cameroon, Africa has risen in popularity and has had people wondering if all the media surrounding this ingredient can be trusted.
To support the promises made by African Mango supplement manufacturers, studies were done at the University of Yaounde in Cameroon and have shown African Mango to produce significant weight loss results without any change to diet or exercise patterns.
In one of these studies, 102 healthy, overweight volunteers were split into two groups. One group was given a placebo and the other was given 150 mg of African Mango every day before dinner for 10 weeks. At the end of the study, the placebo group showed little to no improvement in their weight and overall health, while the group receiving the African Mango decreased their weight by approximately 6%. For a person weighing 200 pounds, this means weight loss of 12 pounds with no change in diet or increase in physical activity.
This, and other studies are shown on africanmango.org to shed light on African Mango diet supplements. The website, which has been around for several years now, provides unbiased resources for African Mango, and reviews of African Mango products, in an attempt to help consumers lose weight with African Mango supplements. For more information on African Mango, visit http://www.africanmango.org.