Phoenix, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/16/2011 -- The new year is almost here and with it comes the promise of New Year’s resolutions. For many people, these goals will focus on the desire to lose weight.
But as anyone who has tried to shed some extra pounds probably knows all too well, losing weight is difficult. Restrictive diets are hard to maintain, exercise programs can be challenging to do in the chilly weather and as a result, many people end up giving up on their hope for a thinner figure before they even get started.
A natural supplement called African Mango has made the news a lot in recent months, touted by the likes of Dr. Oz as a “breakthrough supplement” in regards to the way it can help with weight loss. Due to Dr. Oz’s praise, a lot of people who want and need to lose weight have been looking for information about African Mango and how it might help them.
A website has been receiving a lot of attention lately for its in-depth reviews about African Mango, as well as information about multiple studies that were conducted on the supplement. African Mango Reviews features both helpful and educational articles about the fruit, which explain in detail how it works, and why it can lead to weight loss.
The website was developed by a woman who, like millions of other people, was tired of the way she looked and finally decided one day to do something about it. After hearing Dr. Oz speak about African Mango on ABC, she conducted a huge amount of research on her own, which she has posted on the website for others to read.
As she explained on the site, the key ingredient in African Mango is a plant extract called Irvingia Gabonensis. This 100 percent natural substance is commonly found in the diets of people in tropical Africa.
“The Irvingia Gabonensis seed extract blocks C – Reactive protein which means your brain will receive the correct levels of leptin. You will start feeling full faster, eating less and without even thinking about it you will be on a low calorie diet – naturally!” the article on the website explained.
The website includes summaries of several studies that have been done on African Mango. For example, in 2009, 102 overweight or obese volunteers were given either 150 mg of Irvingia Gabonensis or a placebo every day for 10 weeks. By the time the study ended, the group who was given the extract from African Mango had dropped an average of 28.16 pounds.
African Mango Reviews also includes links to reputable websites where interested people can go to buy African Mango supplements.
For more information, please visit http://africanmangoreviews.co
About African Mango Reviews
African Mango Reviews is a website devoted to helping educate people about the African Mango supplement. The site features a wide variety of helpful articles, reviews of products, and information on studies that have been conducted on the natural weight loss pill. The website also includes links to reputable companies that sell African Mango.