bangkok, Thailand -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/25/2011 -- Having found a place for itself among Hollywood stars and prime time news specials, a new dietary supplement known as “African mango” has been generating a lot of attention in the weight loss community.
According to a recent study, African Mango, also known as Irvingia Gabonensis, has been scientifically proven to incinerate fat and dramatically increase energy in its users. Some reports have shown the supplement to burn up to 13 pounds a month in the average subject, and much more for those who supplement the program with exercise and other dieting strategies.
Researchers have identified “liptin” as the active ingredient in the fruit. This naturally occurring chemical is found in people with fast metabolisms and it has been shown to increase the body’s ability to burn off excessive body fat. The fruit is also said to promote a “full” feeling in subjects, allowing them to eat smaller portions less frequently.
Perhaps this is the reason for African Mango’s unprecedented success over the last four months. Not only does it help users lose weight, but unlike other weight loss systems, it helps them keep it off because it speeds up the body’s metabolism.
Natalie Bakerson, who began her weight loss regiment in March comments: “What I like best about African Mango is that it makes me feel full immediately. The feeling lasts for a very long time, it’s a lot like eating a large meal. I have a lot more energy everyday and that motivates me to exercise more and stay on my diet plan. But the best part is that the weight just melts off. My metabolism hasn’t been like this since I was a young girl, it’s no wonder all the stars are using it!”
This sentiment is shared throughout the weight loss community. Ever since the advent of the internet users are bombarded with “trendy” weight loss gimmicks that come and go on a weekly basis. Very few ever get past their first month on the market, and very few ascend to the level of attention that African Mango has received in the news over the last several months.
Market professionals are all predicting an exponential rise of African Mango’s popularity in 2011. Consequently, there have been reported shortages of the product and many websites are setting up waiting lists for when they become available again. For more information on African Mango visit: http://www.africanmangos.net/