►African mango extract or irvingia gabonensis can help promote weight loss, especially when combined with other fat melting ingredients such as green tea, maqui berry, and many others.
►On The Dr. Oz Show® which aired September 13, 2010, Dr. Oz called African Mango a "breakthrough supplement" and a "super fiber." He said it's "a miracle in your medicine cabinet that can help you lose 10 pounds."
►Maqui berries are especially rich in anthocyanins and polyphenolics. These are powerful antioxidants that protect the body from free-radical damage to cells, metabolic systems and organs.
African Mango also known as IRVINGIA GABONENSIS African Mango, Agbono, Bread Tree, Bush Mango, DikaNut, Dikanut, Dikka, Duiker Nut, Etima, Irvingia, Irvingia barteri, Irvingia gabonensis, Kaka, Mangifera gabonensis, Odika, Ogbono, Wild Mango. The West African mango, known as the bush mango or wild mango, grows in the Cameroon rain-forest of Africa. The scientific name is Irvingia gabonensis. The yellow fruit of the tree, the dikanut, is similar to a mango. It is not the fruit that proclaims weight loss benefits, but extract from the seed, which has an abundance of healthy fats and fiber. The seeds are used to make medicine for weight loss, lowering cholesterol levers, and improving control of diabetes.
Maqui Berry is The New Super Berry from the ultra clean Patagonia Region in Chile. It is considered to be one of nature's most complete and healthy foods. The Maqui berry is loaded with antioxidants, amino acids, essential omegas, fibers and protein. Some of the health benefits associated with the Maqui berry are: increase in sustained energy, help with healthy cholesterol management, improvement of digestive system, strengthening immune system, among others. Maqui has a strong fiber profile.
Green Tea Extract is a powerful anti-oxidant and used as a source for general well-being, energy and weight management by consumers all over the world. Green Tea contains a small amount of caffeine, which many believe is the reason why it may also reduce hunger.
As always, we encourage you to consult with your health practitioner before taking this or any other supplement.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products above are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 16 February, 2011.