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Does African mango really work?

Does African mango extract really cause weight loss? Clinical studies have shown that it can. Test subjects taking African mango extract vs those with a placebo lost nearly thirty pounds in 8 week. Learn more at http://africanmango.rentcolumbiatn.com

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Does African mango really work?

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  1. Does African Mango Really Work The diet supplement industry is teaming with the clinical results of African mango extract.

  2. Suppress Appetite. • Lower cholesterol. • Slow digestion. • Increase Energy • Increase Metabolism • Provide bulk fiber. African Mango has been proven to:

  3. The first double-blind research study of IrvingiaGabonensis (African Mango extract) in humans took place in 2005, comparing participants taking IrvingiaGabonesis to a control group on a placebo. All subjects maintained their normal calorie intake. • After 30 days, the participants taking African Mango extract lost an average of 12.3 pounds. On average, subjects taking IrvingiaGabonensis lost 5.3% of their body weight, while the control group only lost 1.3%, which represents a significant difference in weight loss between the two groups. At the same time, the African Mango extract group also exhibited significant reduction in their waist measurements compared to the control group. • The study was published in the May 2005 issue of the journal Lipids in Health and Disease. Read the details from the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health Clinical Studies

  4. Remarkable results were also found in a second, larger clinical trial of IrvingiaGabonensis (African Mango extract) in 2009. Over a 10-week period, otherwise healthy overweight and obese participants took either IrvingiaGabonesis (150 mg twice daily before meals) or a placebo, while making no other changes to their diet and exercise levels. • By the end of the study, those using African Mango extract had lost a significant amount of weight – an average of 28 pounds – while the placebo group lost virtually no weight (~1.5 pounds). The researchers found that the subjects in the African Mango extract group experienced “significant improvements in body weight, body fat, and waist circumference”. They had a 13.1% decrease in body weight, shed 6.7 inches from their waistline, and reduced their total body fat by 18.4%. Second Clinical Study

  5. African mango is a safe natural weight loss supplement that has been clinically proven. • African mango is FDA approved. • African mango side effects are very minimal. • Thousands are losing weight with the Dr. recommended weight loss supplement. African Mango really works

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