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Herbal SLIM AFRICAN MANGO


HERBAL SLIM AFRICAN MANGO




- 10:1 CONCENTRATED AFRICAN MANGO EXTRACT, 10% FLAVONES.
- TO BE USED WITH A PROGRAM OF REDUCED INTAKE OF DIETARY CALORIES AND INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (IF POSSIBLE) TO HELP IN WEIGHT MANAGEMENT.
- 60 VEGETABLE CAPSULES.


AFRICAN MANGO
THE AFRICAN MANGO IS A MANGO-LIKE FRUIT THAT COMES FROM THE IRVINGIA GABONENSIS TREE, A TREE NATIVE TO WEST AFRICA. FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS, THE LOCAL POPULATION USED IT AS A STAPLE IN THEIR DIET AS WELL AS FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. THE NUT OF THE FRUIT WAS GROUND UP AND USED FOR COOKING, OR THE PASTE WAS TAKEN ON LONG HUNTING TRIPS TO STAVE OFF HUNGER. ONLY WITHIN THE LAST 20 YEARS HAS IT BEEN RECOGNIZED BY WESTERN CULTURE AS SCIENTISTS HAVE DISCOVERED THE INCREDIBLE HEALTH BENEFITS THAT THE PEOPLE OF WEST AFRICA HAVE BEEN TAKING ADVANTAGE OF FOR ALL THIS TIME. AFRICAN MANGO COULD BE A COMPLEMENT TO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE THAT INCORPORATES A CALORIE-REDUCED DIET AND REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN A WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, SUPPORT HEALTHY CHOLESTEROL LEVELS/HELPS SUPPORT CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH BY REDUCING TOTAL AND LDL CHOLESTEROL, HELPS SUPPORT HEALTHY GLUCOSE LEVELS, AND A SOURCE OF/PROVIDES ANTIOXIDANTS.

CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS

  • DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE.
  • CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO USE IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING.
  • IF YOU HAVE DIABETES, CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER PRIOR TO USE.

  • AFRICAN MANGO

  • ADAMSON I, OKAFOR C, ABU-BAKARE A. ERYTHROCYTE MEMBRANE ATPASES IN DIABETES: EFFECT OF DIKANUT (IRVINGIA GABONENSIS). ENZYME 1986; 36(3): 212-215.
  • AGBOR, GA, OBEN JE, NGOGANG JY, XINXING C, VINSON JA. ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF SOME HERBS/SPICES FROM CAMEROON: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TWO METHODS. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY 2005; 53(17): 6819-6824.
  • ATAWODI, SE. POLYPHENOL CONTENT AND IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF SEEDS OF IRVINGIA GABONENSIS BAILL. OF NIGERIAN ORIGIN. ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL, AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY 2011; 10(6): 2314-2321.
  • EKPE OO, UMOH IB, EKA OU. EFFECT OF A TYPICAL RURAL PROCESSIN METHOD ON THE PROXIMATE COMPOSITION AND MINO ACID PROFILE OF BUSH MANGO SEEDS (IRVINGIA GABONENSIS). AFRICAN JOURNAL OF FOOD, AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION AND DEVELOPMENT. 2007; 7(1): 1684 € 5374.
  • EKPO IW, AMOR ID, MORAH FNI. SEED OILS AND NUTRITIVE STUDIES ON THE SEEDS OF GABONENSIS AND WOMBOLU VARIETIES OF IRVINGIA GABONENSIS. THE NIGERIAN ACADEMIC FORUM 2007; 13(1): 1-137.
  • NGONDI JL, OBEN JE, MINKA SR. THE EFFECT OF IRVINGIA GABONENSIS SEEDS ON BODY WEIGHT AND BLOOD LIPIDS OF OBESE SUBJECTS IN CAMEROON. LIPIDS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE 2005; 4:12.
  • NGONDI JL, ETOUNDI BC, NYANGONO CB, MBOFUNG CM, OBEN JE. IGOB131, A NOVEL SEED EXTRACT OF THE WEST AFRICAN PLANT IRVINGIA GABONENSIS, SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES BODY WEIGHT AND IMPROVES METABOLIC PARAMETERS IN OVERWEIGHT HUMANS IN A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION. LIPIDS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE 2009; 8:7.
  • OBEN JE, NGONDI JL, BLUM K. INHIBITION OF IRVINGINA GABONENSIS SEED EXTRACT (OB131) ON ADIPOGENESIS AS MEDIATED VIA DOWN REGULATION OF THE PPARGAMMA AND LEPTIN GENES AND UP-REGULATION OF THE ADIPONECTIN GENE. LIPIDS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE 2008A; 7:44.
  • DULLOO AG, DURET C, ROHRER D, GIRARDIER L, MENSI N, FATHI M, CHANTRE P, VANDERMANDER J. EFFICACY OF A GREEN TEA EXTRACT RICH IN CATECHIN POLYPHENOLS AND CAFFEINE IN INCREASING 24-H ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND FAT OXIDATION IN HUMANS. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION 1999;70(6):1040-1045.

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    NPN PRODUCT CODE POTENCY CAPSULE
    80054944 AAB0061 AFRICAN MANGO EXTRACT
    (150MG, 10:1, QCE 1500MG, 10% FLAVONES)
    60 VEGETABLE CAPSULES

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