Controversial New Diet Aid Hits Market
Hailed as a 'Miracle Fat Burner' — But Should It Be Available Over the Counter?


African Mango A new dietary supplement containing an extract from a rare African Mango is currently one of the hottest diet products in the U.S. — but not without controversy. 

Critics say the compound  called irvingia gabonensis — causes such a significant amount of weight loss that it runs the risk of being abused by non-dieters. Proponents argue that research shows the nutrient to be both safe and effective and that banning the natural compound would be akin to banning vitamins. 

One thing people on both sides can agree on is the controversial new supplement works.

According to a recent study published in the scientific journal Lipids in Health and Disease, men and women supplementing with African Mango extract for just 28 days lost an astonishing 3,990% more weight than those taking a placebo (8.9 lbs vs. 0.22 lbs). 

Beyond the weight loss, the volunteers taking African Mango extract 30 minutes before meals lost a stunning average of 2.4 inches from their waistlines as well as 1.8 inches from their hips — and the reduction in pounds and inches isn't even African Mango's greatest benefit, according to researchers.

Of more significance is the marked improvement in multiple measures of overall health, say the study's authors. Findings show that in volunteers supplementing with the super fruit extract, their bad LDL cholesterol, triglyceride, and glucose levels all plummeted — suggesting that, unlike many diet pills on the market, African Mango actually improves your health while promoting safe weight loss.

And if all that weren't reason enough to have desperate slimmers stocking up, one of America's leading medical doctors is a fan, recently calling African Mango a "breakthrough supplement" that can help you lose 10 pounds.

Similarly, one of the show's leading medical contributors, Dr. Tanya Edwards, M.D., called African Mango extract, mentioning no specific brand, a "miracle pill" after it helped her lose 7 pounds in less than a month without making any changes to her diet or exercise routine. Click here to read her report.

'Too Much' Weight Loss?

Word-of-mouth marketing has led to African Mango rivaling Alli as the most popular dietAfrican Mango product in America today. However, some argue the fibrous fruit extract may, in fact, cause too much of a weight reduction to be offered over-the-counter and therefore should be regulated like Xenical and other prescription diet aids.

Study results showing weight reductions of nearly 10 pounds in under a month has some experts fearing the new super slimmer may, in fact, cause too much weight loss and may be abused by people who have no business taking it. Indeed, according to a new study from reserachers at Norway's Department of Public Health, nearly one-quarter (23%) of normal-weight individuals considers themselves overweight — and were therefore four times more likely to misuse diet aids in an unwarranted attempt to lose weight.

Experts warn the slimming aid should only be used by overweight individuals, not vanity seekers, in conjunction with healthy eating and regular physical activity.

Social Media Buzzing with Success Stories 

Whether or not African mango causes "too much" weight loss doesn't concern the tens of thousands of dieters rushing to use it.

Thrilled supplementers all over the country are taking to Facebook to share their success stories.

Tiffany Waterson, a 30-year-old mother of three from St. Petersburg, Florida, says she struggledTiffany with her weight for years until discovering African Mango.

"I gained 40 pounds with my last child, and I was already 25 pounds overweight," says Waterson."I tried several diets and tried to stay away from the foods I loved and nothing seemed to work. I might have lost a few pounds, but it would always come back."

Waterson says she just about gave up hope of ever losing the weight until she read an article about the slimming and health benefits of African Mango.

"Iread all about it and said what the heck, I'll give it a try and ordered some," says Waterson. "I have been taking African Mango for six months now, and I am down 33.5 pounds."

"All I have done is take the pills like the bottle says and drink plenty of water, and I don't eat past 8 p.m. I still eat what I have always eaten, just smaller portions. And now to tone my body up I'm doing light exercise, and I am loving my new body."

David Jefferies, a 35-year-old journalist from Columbia, Missouri, says he's experienced similar weight-loss success with African Mango.

"After just two weeks of using African Mango, I lost 21 pounds of fat, including a lot of fat off my gut," says Jefferies. "I'm amazed at how fast the weight is falling off me. Already my jean size has dropped from 36 to 32."

You Be the Judge...

Does African mango deliver weight-loss wonders? Well, judge for yourself. While the supplement is currently advertised all over the Internet, be cautious about where you buy because a high percentage of African Mango supplements advertised online are actually low-quality knock-offs from China. We recommend the raspberry ketone product offered from Applied Nutritional Reserach at (see Gold Box Deal below).

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The Amazing Health and Slimming Benefits of African Mango Extract

Research shows African Mango extract may offer significant slimming and health benefits. Click image above to enlarge.

Mom Sheds 33.5 Pounds Without Diet or Exercise Using African Mango
Tiffany Waterson, a 30-year-old mother of three, lost 33.5 pounds in 6 months while using African Mango.
Hi, my name is Tiffany Waterson. I am a 30-year-old 5-foot-4-inch mother of three. I have struggled with my weight over the past years. 

I gained 40 pounds with my last child, and I was already 25 pounds overweight. So when I only lost 20 pounds of weight I had gained with that pregnacy, I then was 55 pounds overweight.

I have been taking African Mango for six months now, and I am down 33.5 pounds. All I have done is take the pills like the bottle says and drink plenty of water, and I don't eat past 8 p.m. I still eat what I have always eaten, just smaller portions. And now to tone my body up I'm doing light exercise, and I am loving my new body.

  Tiffany Waterson

"I Really Seem to Be Able to Now Get the Body I've Always Wanted in the Shortest Amount of Time Possible" 

LeslieI went swimming yesterday (the third time in three weeks) and put on my very tight bathing suit... and for the first time (I actually wore my Chiffon cover-up in the pool because I was so humiliated, hoping it wouldn't disintegrate  before I got out!), I was not totally repulsed anymore at the way I looked in the mirror! I actually looked reasonable, and I don't really understand it.

Something has changed, and it's not just going to the gym for three weeks. It  takes, as we all know, absolutely forever to lose belly fat, if it ever happens.

It must be the African Mango I am taking; I really can't believe this — how a little piece of fruit, in a little pill, could do anything for me in three weeks. I haven't even been taking it as often as I should or the right way!!!

I just can't believe it. I really seem to be able, maybe, to get the body I've always wanted in the shortest amount of time humanly possible. I am now very glad I ordered African Mango, and obviously can't thank you enough.  Thank you very much!

—Leslie W., Tucson, AZ