African mango (Irvingi gabonensis) is cultivated from an African tree,and constitutes the edible mango-like fruit which are rich in protein and fibre, from this tree. African mango acts on the two hormones involved in fat metabolism.
- Leptin is one of these hormones which is used by the body to support appetite.When a person has had enough to eat the leptin levels rise which, in turn, reduces appetite.
- Another hormone, Adiponectin is significantly increased when african mango is ingested and this supports normal blood sugars and weight management,and it may have a supportive role in retaining normal blood lipid levels also.
- African mango is available in capsule form as a pure product and also in combination with antioxidants.
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