African Mango Diet Pills
African Mango – often known as Irvingia Gabonensis in the diet pill community is one of the more popular “new” items on the diet pill market. Typically I am not the biggest fan of some of the supplements on the market, but this one caught my attention. Unlike a lot of other supplements, there are a few scientific studies backing up the claims of the product. I will always look more intently at diet pills with proven ingredients. Now I am not closed minded about new research and new products from obscure places, but too many diet pill companies out there are attempting to get your money with some “new” innovation.
A website for this product isn’t available. There are many websites with different types of African Mango diet products. The claims from the products are basically the same including: quick weight loss, body fat decrease, belly fat decrease, increased metabolism, and a controlled appetite as a result from the supplement. These are bold and amazing claims when you sit back and think about it. But how many of these claims are actually true? Let’s analyze the ingredients.
African Mango Diet Pills Ingredients
African Mango Extract (350 mg) – this claims to be the “wonder drug” in the supplement. Looking at various websites including WebMD, it seems that this supplement has an adequate amount of African Mango to live up to the claims of the product.
Green Tea Decaffeinated Extract (150 mg) - Green Tea extract is a very good diet pill ingredient. There have been multiple studies proving the effectiveness of Green Tea extract in weight loss.
Those are pretty great ingredients. I haven’t seen anything else in the products that would aid in weight loss, but certainly it looks like those ingredients alone could help you reach your goals.
The return policy is unclear from the websites. You may just want to look from website to website to find the return policy for each different company. Be careful not to get trapped into some auto-ship scam.
African Mango Diet Pills Side Effects
Irvingia Gabonensis – According to WebMD, it seems that this ingredient is relatively safe at this dosage. The only known side effects are flatulence, headaches, and potential sleep problems. Be sure to avoid using this supplement when pregnant or breast-feeding.
Green Tea Decaffeinated Extract – seems to be better on the side effects than the caffeinated extract form of Green Tea. The only negative about decaf Green Tea extract is that it might not have the same health benefits as the original product.
Do African Mango Diet Pills work well enough to buy?
Honestly, this is one of the better products I have reviewed in awhile. I seem two potential problems with this product: first, decaffeinated Green Tea Extract isn’t as good as the caffeinated form.
This may be due to the fact that caffeine has weight loss properties and other good benefits. Secondly, African Mango or Irvingia Gabonensis, has very little credible scientific backing. Sure studies have shown that weight loss is aided by African Mango, but the sample size of the study may not have been large enough to really determine how good the product truly is.
In analyzing the effectiveness of this weight loss pill, I am convinced it is decent and could aid in certain weight loss goals. However, due to the lack of true scientific data on African Mango Diet Pills, be sure to keep your options open and consult a physician if you have further questions.