NEWS WEIGHT LOSS BREAKTHROUGH?
"In a clinical study, participants taking African mango lost an average of 28 pounds over 10 weeks while the placebo group lost nothing. The African Mango group did NOT change their diets or exercise routines."


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According to a recent clinical study, African Mangoes have fat burning properties. In the clinical study, participants who were taking an extract from the nut (or seed) of this fruit lost an average of 28 pounds over 10 weeks, while the placebo group in the study lost no weight. The study group taking the extract did NOT change their diets or exercise routines. Yet they still experienced a substantial amount of fat loss. The study participants taking the mango extract also saw their cholesterol go down and saw their blood sugar lowered, too. More research is needed, of course. We look forward to additional clinical studies on this fruit and its pit, or seed, called the Dika nut.



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Do All Supplements Work the Same?

No they do not! Here's one reason why. Like any other product that receives lots of positive press coverage, there will always be the inevitable battle between the real, authentic pure products and the health food imposters sold by unscrupulous companies trying to ride the hype and make a quick buck at your expense. The bottom line is to be sure to always examine the product ingredients labels for any product you are considering. One rule of thumb that we use is that if the ingredients label does not clearly indicate what exactly is in the product, we avoid it. One big red flag is proprietary blends. Proprietary blend means the company does not want to disclose what is actually in the product. So we avoid all proprietary blends. There are no products offered on this website that do not fully disclose the ingredients on their product ingredients labels.

Fresh Mangoes vs. Extract

Since it only grows in Cameroon, Africa (officially the Republic of Cameroon) most folks are not going to find fresh mangoes from Africa in the local food store. But that doesn't really matter because the part of the fruit that is of interest as a fat burning substance is the seed or pit which is called Dika nut. So, while mangoes taste great, it is the seed that is generating all the interest, The Dika nut is the source of African Mango Extract.



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What Got Folks So Excited?

At present in South Africa irvingia is so popular that merchants can't keep enough in stock to satisfy customer demand. It is literally flying off the shelves! The excitement is just now starting to spread to the USA, Canada, Europe and other countries and continents too. Also, the well-respected TV doctor, Dr. Oz, spoke very positively on his show in September 2010 about the weight loss benefits of the pits from these mangos.

This unique rare fruit has been used a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, Africa, which is where it is grown. It grows in Cameroon, Africa's western coastal rainforests and nowhere else. Cameroon locals have long believed that Irvingia has wide-ranging medicinal benefits.

News

Excerpt below is from Reuters Health, March 23, 2009

"Fruit Extract Shows Promise As Weight-Loss Aid"

(Reuters Health) - An extract derived from a West African fruit may help overweight people shed pounds and lower their cholesterol, a new study suggests.

The extract comes from Irvingia gabonensis, also known as African mango, a fruit commonly eaten in West Africa. Lab research has shown that extracts from the plant's seed may inhibit body fat production, through effects on certain genes and enzymes that regulate metabolism.

For the current study, researchers at the University of Yaounde in Cameroon randomly assigned 102 overweight adults to take either the plant extract or a placebo twice a day for 10 weeks. The study participants did not follow any special diet and were told to maintain their normal exercise levels.

By the end of the study, the extract group had lost a significant amount of weight -- an average of roughly 28 pounds -- while the placebo group showed almost no change.

Excerpt from Reuters article, the international news service, originally published on March 23, 2009... to read complete article see sources below under research sources.

Avoid Proprietary Blends

Avoid Proprietary Blends in Supplements

As mentioned previously, when public interest surges in a substance or food, it is only a matter of time before everybody and their brother starts rushing to get products to market. There will some good products available but these good products will be competing with inferior products that are nothing more than health food imposters. And it will be difficult for consumers to sort out the good from the bad. One of the easy red flags to watch out for is when companies fail to disclose the ingredients in a product. Often this done by claiming their product contains a proprietary blend. Yes, they suggest that the ingredients in their product are so special, they can't tell you what's in it. But the easy way around this is to always seek out the ingredients label. If you can't figure out what is in a product, just don't buy it.



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Facts

This rare species of mango is also known as Irvingia, Irvingia gabonensis, wild mango, bush mango and other names too. It is grown mainly in the Cameroon area of Africa. Irvingia was named after Dr. George Irving, a surgeon in the Royal navy. Like other mangos, this species bears an edible fruit but the main attraction is the nutritionally rich seed which is primarily known as the Dika nut. The nuts are sun-dried and made available whole or in powder form.

What is Dika Nut?

The Dika nut is the seed from the fruit. The Dika nut is also called ogbono, etima, odika, dika bread, or Gabon chocolate. There are so many different names for the Dika nut. Sometimes they are called agbono or apon, too. Dika nuts are edible. They are oily and can be eaten like regular nuts. They can be used in cooking but mostly, but often they are processed into a stiff paste to produce dika bread or Gabon chocolate. Dika paste can be heated to produce a product called dika butter, which is similar to cocoa butter.

Research Sources:

Reuters Health
March 23, 2009
"Fruit extract shows promise as weight-loss aid"
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2009/03/23/health-us-fruit-extract-idUKTRE52M6AK20090323

Fox News.com
March 24, 2009
"Exotic Fruit Extract May Shed Pounds, Lower Cholesterol"
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,510306,00.html

Wikipedia
"Irvingia"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irvingia

PubMed.gov
Study -West African plant Irvingia gabonensis
U.S. National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health
May 2005
"The effect of Irvingia gabonensis seeds on body weight and blood lipids of obese subjects in Cameroon."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15916709

PubMed.gov
Study -West African plant Irvingia gabonensis
U.S. National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health
March 2009
"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."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19254366