Thursday, September 8, 2011

The Irvingia Gabonensis Seeds: From the African Forests to Your Body

The Irvingia Gabonensis seeds are the core of the weight loss success of the world-renowned African Mango diet pills. These seeds come from a unique mango-like fruit found only in West Africa, particularly in the Cameroon forests.

Extract from the seeds of the African Mango, in recent years, has been used for medicinal purposes with enormous success. Aside from eating the fruit as a means of sustenance, Irvingia Gabonensis extract has been proven to reduce bad cholesterol in the body successfully. It has also been showed to increase good cholesterol in the human body. In addition, the extract from the Irvingia Gabonensis seeds is currently being used as the active ingredient in a certain slimming pill that has helped people achieve their ideal BMI (body mass index).

Studies show that natural diet products containing the African mango seed extract help control diabetes and reduce weight as a side effect. The side effects associated with medical products containing the African mango seed extract are very few. While there is not enough evidence to believe them safe for pregnant or lactating women, it is recommended for most other individuals.

What is the likelihood of over dosing on the Irvingia Gabonesis seeds extract? It's highly unlikely; it's all natural. But if ever you experience flatulence, headaches, or sleep problems after prologed use, check your dosage. It is recommended to take at most 500mg of the pill, twice a day.


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