African Mango Ultra Diet Drops
Irvingia Gabonensis' Relationship To Weight Loss
One of the biggest challenges in the health industry in Western America is combating obesity, diabetes and other health problems that could come from being overweight. Over the years the health industry comes up with new ideas and supplements to help decrease the problem as technology, science, and research evolves. One supplement that studies and research was done for would be African Mangoes’ relationship to weight loss.
African Mango also known as Irvingia Gabonensis
is a species of African trees in the genus Irvingia. It has also common names
like bush mango, wild mango, or African mango. It is known for its many health benefits
and valued for its fat and protein rich nuts.
It has originated from the northern tip
of Angola’s forest zone, including the Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Congo, DR Congo,
and south western Uganda. Its fruits are rich and nutritious, and some people
turn it into jam, juices or even wine. Their seeds can be eaten raw or roasted
and can be pressed to produce edible oil.
The edible seeds provide 697 calories
per 100 gram of portion and offers 15 g of carbohydrates, 8.5 g of protein, 4 g
of water, 120 g of calcium, 2.4 g of iron, and 67 g of fat that is composed of
33-70% of myristic acid, 20-59% of lauric acid, 1-11% oleic acid, 2% palmitic
acid and 1% stearic acid.
The extract and the fruit is a good
source of nutrients, vitamins and min
erals which delivers 2mg of iron, 7mg of
vitamin C, 20mg calcium, 40mg phosphorus, 0.2 g of fat, 0.9g of protein, 15.7 g
of carbohydrate and 81g water.
The seeds contain compounds like flavonoids, quercitin and kaempferol, which have great antioxidant properties.
The African Mango extract from the seeds is rich in soluble fiber or “bulk forming”. This mechanism delays the rate by which food leaves the stomach which then results to a steady absorption of sugars that leads to a decrease of elevated blood glucose level after a meal.
The extract may reduce the activity of PPARY, a protein responsible for promoting weight gain while increasing adiponectin, a protein hormone involved in glucose control and the breakdown of fats. At the same time, may reverse leptin resistance which a factor that leads to obesity which all these suppress fat production in the body.
African Mango extract has a filling effect which helps with weight management, reduce cravings and promote weight loss while supporting fat burning processes, metabolism and may lower blood cholesterol, and maintain blood sugar levels.
As more clinical trials evolve regarding the relationship of African Mango to weight loss, together with a healthy diet and good amount of exercise, this diet drops may help you achieve your weight goals and help you with your over all health.
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