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Special Report on African Mango By PowerSupplements.Com Looks to Uncover Facts

 

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African Mango and Dr Oz


(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 12, 2012 ) New York, NY -- There is one indisputable fact about African Mango – it is controversial! On one side, people claiming that African Mango (or Irvingia Gabonensis) is the most powerful weight loss supplement to come around in years. On the other side are the people who see African Mango as just the latest “miracle pill” that will only help lose weight in the wallet.



To help separate fact from fiction when it comes to the African Mango, PowerSupplements.Com has just completed on special report on African Mango supplements and research. The purpose of the report is to provide objective, unbiased information on African Mango and African Mango supplements, so consumers can make well informed decisions.



In the African Mango Special Report PowerSupplements addresses topics such as:



· Does African Mango Really Help With Weight Loss?

· What Did Dr. Oz Really Say About African Mango?

· Has An African Mango Dosage Been Established?

· Are All African Mango Supplements The Same?

· What is IGOB131 And Why Is It Important?

· Have There Been Clinical Studies done On African Mango?



“The point of the report is to establish what we know and don’t know about African Mango and African Mango Supplements as it pertains to weight loss. There is so much wrong and misleading information online, we wanted to provide a good starting point for people looking to learn more about African Mango” states Bob Peters, Director of Communications for PowerSupplements.Com .



African Mango exploded on the scene when Dr. Oz mentioned it on his show in May 2011. The Doctor Oz show focused on products that could help woman over the age of 40. In the segment, Dr Oz, talked about how African Mango could help women lose 10 pounds. Ever since that show aired, that has been tremendous interest in African Mango and African Mango supplements.



Even before Dr Oz picked up on African Mango, there was a great deal of buzz due to a a study published in the Journal of Lipids and Disease. In the study, a group of overweight adults who took IGOB131 (an African Mango seed extract), twice a day (150mg per serving), lost significantly more weight than the group taking a placebo. At the end of 10 weeks, the IGOB131™ group lost an average of 28 pounds, 6.7 inches from their waistline and reduced body fat by 18.4%.

Peters concludes, “African Mango is a very interesting ingredient and the initial clinical studies have been strong. People do need to learn the difference between IGOB131 and other African Mango supplements. We hope our special report will provide the necessary information to get people going on African Mango.”



About PowerSupplements:



PowerSupplements.Com is the site where science and supplements meet. PowerSupplements provides research and information on the most popular nutritional supplements so that consumers can make informed decisions. PowerSupplements.Com has been providing information and research since 1999.



For More Information Please Visit http://www.powersupplements.com

PowerSupplements
Bob Peters
(212) - 535 - 5083
questions@powersupplements.com

Source: EmailWire.com


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