Monday, September 5, 2011

The African Mango Extract Weight Loss

The African Mango seed extract, also known by its scientific name Irvingia Gabonesis, increases the body's ability to break fat. Studies suggest that African mango extracts help people be more sensitive to Leptin. Usually plus-sized individulas have become resistant to Leptin therefore start depositing fat on their midsection. The African Mango Extract Weight Loss products help overcome the body’s resistance to Leptin naturally.

Once you start consuming the said extracts, your natural fat burning process is triggered. To understand this, I need to explain the role and importance of a hormone called Leptin. Leptin, from the Greek word "Leptos" meaning "thin", is a hormone that regulates the body’s weight, metabolism and reproductive functions. When Leptin is doing its job in the body, it regulates hunger and makes metabolism more efficient; thereby increasing the food to energy conversion. Unfortunately, the modern western diet creates an adverse effect on the action of Leptin in the body. But the African Mango Extract Weight Loss supplements prove to be very effective in helping Leptin do its job.

The most commonly quoted study regarding the benefits of African Mango was done at a University in Cameroon in Western Africa. The study revolved around small group of people, only 102, of which half were used as the control group. Such a study is far too small to be conclusive but does give a hint of the African Mango’positive effects.

Secondly, a study published in the journal "Lipids in Health and Disease" show that Irvingia Gabonesis was able to reduce total cholesterol by 39%, LDL cholesterol by 39% and triglycerides by over 45% in a period of 28 days. Like most new weight loss remedies, the only way to know if it will work for you is to try it for yourself. Hopefully in time there will be an accumulation of subjective results which will help convince other people to try the African Mango Extract Weight Loss pills too.


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