Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) January 23, 2012
About one year ago, health and fitness enthusiast D.K. Fynn noticed that there was a growing demand for African mango weight loss supplements.
So, he decided to put up a website that helps answer buyers' potential questions.
AfricanMangoE.com is the site, and it's pages have been assisting people in making informed health decisions about why this supplement is a good choice for them. Since D.K.'s site has many pages that inform people about this supplement, it has become an authoritative, go-to site for people who want to lose weight with African mango. The website is now celebrating its one-year anniversary.
“As a researcher, writer and content publisher, I try to offer information about weight loss products that people are interested in,” said Fynn. “The African mango (Irvingia gabonensis) supplement is one such product. The site, AfricanMangoE.com, was created in Jan. 2011.”
The site provides a wealth of information and reviews about African mango products, and links to reputable merchants where it can be purchased. Resources are offered where free trial offers and refills can be obtained, along with tips and guidelines for weight loss. Fynn conducts extensive research and provides visitors with information on products he’s determined are the best value for their money.
African mango really rose to popularity when, around September 2010, a very popular television doctor mentioned irvingia gabonensis on his television show. Irvingia gabonensis is the main ingredient of most African mango supplements. It's hard to say if the doctor recommends a particular brand of African mango, but he has indicated that it’s an effective weight loss aid, a super vitamin, and beneficial in lowering cholesterol. The rare fruit has been used in Africa for hundreds of years, and works by speeding up the body’s metabolism. It’s also purported to aid in the elimination of toxins and the loss of stubborn belly fat.
Irvingia gabonensis helps the body burn stored fat, suppresses appetite, and lowers blood pressure. African mango is a naturally growing fruit in parts of the rain forests of Nigeria and Cameroon where it’s known as the Dikka nut. Commonly used in cooking, natives of those countries also extract the oil from the seeds and use it for a variety of ailments, from diarrhea to yellow fever. Also known as wild mango, its properties are significantly different from the regular mangoes found in supermarkets.
With over 58 million Americans fighting the battle of the bulge, African mango offers a natural solution to traditional diet pills and potions. Typically available in pill form, it has the advantage of quickly showing visible results. Irvingia gabonensis is a dietary supplement that acts as a powerful cholesterol removing fiber that can easily be added to a daily regimen.
“Some brands contain caffeine,” said Fynn, “so if you’re caffeine sensitive, you may want to be more selective. Of course, always consult your doctor or physician before embarking on a weight loss program.”
AfricanMangoE.com provides a treasure trove of information for anyone considering adding Irvingia gabonensis to their diet. As an authoritative resource, the site provides information on ingredients in popular brands of African mango, safety concerns, and its benefit as a weight loss supplement. The site remains dedicated to providing information on African mango to assist people in making informed choices before they buy.
For more information, visit the website at http://africanmangoe.com.