What Is African Mango and Why Is It Healthy?

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We’re sure you’ve heard many things about African Mango but how does it work exactly and why are African Mango supplements healthy for you? 

The African Mango Tree

African Mango is grown on a tree in Central and West Africa known as Irvingia Gabonensis. The fruit known as African Mango is very similar to the mango you buy in the supermarkets but is also known as wild mango, dika nut or bush mango.

The flesh of the African Mango can be eaten but the seed or nut is where the ingredient contained in many African Mango supplements is found. Once dried, the seed or nut is ground or powdered.

Health Benefits of African Mango

Research indicates that the high amounts of soluble fibre help to slow down the absorption of blood sugar and also works as a hunger suppressant – so if you have a really big appetite, it could be the answer to your prayers.

The soluble fibre binds with the bile acids in the intestines and excretes them out of the body. This causes the liver to increase how much you fat you absorb when eating, burn stored fats and lower the levels of bad cholesterol (LDL Cholesterol).

Research has also found that the extracts increase the levels of the anti-inflammatory hormone adiponectin. This is thought to contribute to the lower risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

African Mango Supplements

Supplements are a great way to take African Mango. Our supplements can be taken in conjunction with Green Coffee Bean which is one of the most effective products for burning fat.

We have a wide variety of African Mango supplements in our online store, so feel free to have a browse and try some for yourself:

·         Pure African Mango 6000mg Optimum Strength - £6.99

·         Pure Green Coffee Bean and African Mango High Strength Combo - £13.99

·         Pure African Mango 6000mg and Total Detox Combo - £12.99

·         Acai Berry, African Mango and Caffeine Triple Action Formula - £11.75

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