Wild African Mango Seed Extract

Wild African Mango Seed Extract

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African Mango Seed Extract comes from the fruit of the Irvingia gabonensis tree, also known as African mango, wild mango, bush mango, andok, and odika. Despite its name, it’s not related to the common mango. The Irvingia gabonensis tree is native to the northern parts of Angola and south-western Uganda. The trees grow in tropical climates, both wet and dry. It prefers canopied jungles, forests that form along rivers, and semi-deciduous forests.

Potential benefits of African mango seed extract

It’s also rich in carotenoids, fat-soluble compounds that provide the pigment to many yellow, orange, and red fruits and vegetables. Carotenoids are essential for eye health, but they’re also powerful antioxidants. African mango also contains high levels of phenolic compounds, including ellagic acid, flavanols, and tannins. These compounds convey antioxidant benefits by fighting free radicals. When free radicals outweigh antioxidants, they cause inflammation, oxidative stress, and contribute to numerous adverse health conditions.

African mango extract has a potential fat-burning agent. Research shows that African mango extract may promote weight loss by inhibiting the proliferation of fat cells. One small study noted that participants taking African mango extract over a ten-week period lost an average of 28 pounds, 6.3% body fat, and 6.4 inches from their waistlines. Those same individuals saw improvements in their LDL cholesterol and fasting blood glucose levels. Other studies have reported similar findings when comparing African mango’s weight loss potential against placebos and other supplements. 

Our African mango extract, or Irvingia gabonensis extract, is natural and pure, with no additives or fillers, or artificial flavors. It's gluten free, soy free, dairy free with no added sugar! This mango seeds extract is a great source of antioxidants and vitamins!

Recommended dosage: 1200mg 3 times a day before meals. 

Research material:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2651880/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21697664/

http://www.ifrj.upm.edu.my/22%20(01)%202015/(37).pdf

 


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