African Mango Extreme Review
Feeling “extremely” fat? Try writing reviews on your butt near a pantry all day. Maybe we both need some of this…
African Mango Extreme is a diet pill containing the now famed ingredient African Mango. Also known as Irvingia Gabonensis, African Mango was endorsed a while ago (and rather excitedly may I add) by Dr. Oz as the “must-have weight loss supplement in your medicine cabinet.”
African Mango has many benefits but the main ones are:
• Full of fiber African Mango not only swells in your stomach making you feel fuller faster and thus controlling appetite, it is heart healthy; regulating blood pressure and lowering cholesterol levels.
• Controls the protein Leptin which prevents signals being sent to the brain to increase fat storage through eating.
• Breaks down unwanted fat storage to be burned as energy.
African Mango Extreme also contains:
• Acai–a powerful superfruit high in antioxidants, protein, fibers and amino acids. Super healthy for you, but not beneficial to weight loss.
• Hoodia Gordonii–a pretty famous appetite suppressant, Hoodia is more “hype” than fact.
• Gymnema Sylvestre–an herb that helps regulate blood sugar so sugary snack cravings are decreased. There is no evidence to back it as a weight loss ingredient.
Unfortunately the star here is African Mango. The other ingredients are certainly not “extreme” in anyway whatsoever.
I doubt very much African Mango can hold this product up alone.
The Pros of African Mango Extreme
• African Mango is a clinically proven ingredient
• Can be found fairly inexpensively (around $19.98 for a 30-day supply)
• Unbiased positive consumer testimonials abound
Cons of African Mango Extreme
• The ingredients come in a proprietary blend of undisclosed quantity. Effectiveness cannot be gauged
• No money-back guarantee
• Seemingly weak formula
Is African Mango Extreme Safe?
Yes, but African Mango Extreme is full of fiber, and if your body is used to a diet full of fat and sugar, the sudden wholesomeness to your digestive tract may prove “cleansing.” Mild stomach discomfort could be the outcome.
Tell your boss you’re “detoxing.” She’ll understand…
African Mango is an excellent ingredient, but you need at least 150 mg per serving to be effective—and I just don’t think you’re getting enough. Otherwise why wouldn’t quantities be divulged on the website?
In fact, I doubt you’re receiving anywhere near effective dose of anything in African Mango Extreme.
Bottom line–save your money.
Look instead for a top-rated diet pill that contains a plethora of clinically proven weight loss ingredients including African Mango.
And one that is also backed by a money-back guarantee.
That way you won’t be disappointed when “Dr. Oz” doesn’t deliver!