Everything You Need to Know About African Mango Mandy Ellis December 15, 2014 Cool, Health, Interesting, Reviews Weight loss supplements always claim to be the end-all-be-all pill that will save you from saggy thighs, a jiggly butt, a plump midsection, or extra arm fat. You know those things you wish you could just melt off and they’d never come back again no matter how many milkshakes or cookies you scarf down. It’s marketed as an immediate pill that you must have right now or else you’ll be fat forever! But most of the time, simple diet and exercise will do much more for your overall health and body image than a supplement ever could. thesupplementlist.com Sometimes doctors recommend supplements to aid in certain processes of the human body. They never prescribe or advocate such medications that could potentially harm you, are miracle medicines, or help you lose 50 pounds by tomorrow. It’s just not possible. The amount of time it takes to put on the weight is usually the amount of time it takes to lose it. There are some supplements that will aid in the weight loss process but none that will ever give you instant results. A Study Spark officialafricanmango.com When we examine one of the fads, the African Mango supplement, it’s easy to see why it became so popular and how weight loss fantasies were derived from it. A study (http://www.lipidworld.com/content/8/1/7/) surfaced claiming that Irvingia gabonensis (the African Mango) provided significant improvements in body weight, body fat, and waistline reduction in addition to lower cholesterol. Although this study does say the participants who took the pills lost weight, it’s essentially the only study available with any data. Meaning the African Mango hasn’t been studied to any great extent to prove that it really does help you shed the pounds. What is the African Mango? docsfitnesstips.blogspot.com The African Mango falls from a species of African tress that call the northern tip of Angola home. The humid forest atmosphere provides the perfect feeding ground for the mangos to bloom and work their way to becoming supplements. Some data suggests that African tribes have been eating Irvingia gabonensis for centuries and stay thin and lean because of it. www.bestdietpillreviewsforwomen.com The African Mango is full of soluble fiber. It aids in digestion and drags down acids and cholesterol levels to help promote a more healthy inner system. But any other vegetable or fruit or grain with high fiber content will do the same. Soluble fiber also helps you to feel fuller faster and therefore allows you to eat less without feeling like you’re starving. If you’re eating less, that could lead to weight loss. However, any other foods with high fiber content such as raspberries, pears, apples, whole-wheat spaghetti, barley, peas, lentils, broccoli, artichokes, and black beans could do the same. So does the African Mango help you lose more weight than all the other high fiber foods? Will You Lose More Weight? www.healthierlifestylecentral.com Studies of the African Mango supplements are few and far between but they do suggest an 8-10 pound weight loss while on the supplement. Many who have tried the supplement (http://www.shape.com/weight-loss/food-weight-loss/african-mango-miracle-weight-loss-supplement) lost a few pounds but after the initial weight loss, no extra pounds were shed. There were no gaping pants that looked like you could fit two people inside, no extremely toned muscles, and no couch potato sweat pants to bikini reveal. globalhealthideas.org Like many other supplements, the African Mango popped up and does actually help you lose weight but it’s never as much as the ads proclaim. Sticking to a mostly plant-based diet where your plate is always colorful is much better for your body and self-esteem than gorging on pills that barely work. A healthy diet and regular exercise not only help to boost endorphins but create muscle tone and a lifestyle that are appealing. Even if you decide to go the African Mango supplement route, it should only be used in addition to diet and exercise. You’ll still have to do the work one way or another. Technically, yes, you will lose more weight but only to a certain point. The weight comes off early, however continued weight loss hasn’t been seen in any participants. Scientific evidence of the weight reducing power of the African Mango is slim and if you still want to dive in, make sure you are mainly adding the supplement to a healthy diet. What Have We Learned www.onlynaturalinc.com Unfortunately like many other diet crazes, the African Mango trend is without major scientific evidence and little weight loss actually occurred during the few studies performed. We all wish there was a miracle pill out there to get rid of our love handle, saddlebags, thunder thighs, or double butt, yet it’s very unlikely that will ever happen. mathewbose.com The African Mango supplement can be taken as part of a healthy diet and exercise plan. The extra fiber content can help lower cholesterol, help with digestion, and maybe help to shed a few pounds in the process. It shouldn’t be taken if you’re hoping to drop significant weight or take yourself out of the obese category. Always ask a doctor before you start any supplement and make sure it fits with your chemical make-up. Wouldn’t want to have an allergic or severe reaction to a supplement on the first try. io9.com Work on a diet filled with all the colors of the rainbow and your weight and health issues will decrease. Eating the right foods and getting in a little exercise is more important than popping pills. Take a step back and look at the positives of working to lose weight rather than the minor negatives. An extra walk with your dog or significant other would help everyone stay healthier and give you a break from a hectic life. A few less chips and a few more berries will add extra fiber to help you eat less and maybe shed some weight as well. There are a lot of different avenues to take but supplements should only be a brick, not the entire walkway. The African Mango trend, although it sounds deliciously awesome for your waistline, can be added to a healthy diet but won’t, under any circumstances, have you dropping down sizes dramatically. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Mandy Ellis I am in deep-fried love with food and travel. With Italian roots, I have a weakness for bread, marinara, and mozzarella. I’ll try anything once and am constantly searching for intriguing places to visit. When I'm not savoring the last bite or organizing my next trip, I'm indulging my inner bookworm and writing about my adventures. If you turn on college football and give me a local craft beer, you’ll see the happiest Hokie on the West coast. 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