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African Mango Cleanse™ is a natural diet aid prepared by Creative Bioscience® to complement our fine line of weight loss products and deliver excellent diet support to help you reach your weight loss goals. The carefully chosen and tested blend of herbal and mineral ingredients in African Mango Cleanse™ includes potent herbal preparations designed to deliver appetite control and prepare your digestive tract before your diet, as well as promote regularity during your weight loss program.
African Mango Cleanse™ is an exciting breakthrough weight loss supplement from Creative Bioscience® with a host of powerful herbal ingredients supported by clinical studies. The chief ingredient in African Mango Cleanse™, African Mango, also known as "wild mango" and "bush mango" grows exclusively in Cameroon, Africa, and its seed has been used by Cameroon natives for centuries as an appetite suppressant.
The dynamic, innovative African Mango Cleanse™ diet supplement by Creative Bioscience® uses African Mango, hailed as the most effective natural weight loss aid to hit the market in recent years. Its popularity is only growing as more dieters hear about it and use it to reach their goal weight. It offers a natural alternative to both traditional and "fad" dieting, and requires no expensive meal plans or exercise regimens. You simply take your African Mango Cleanse™from Creative Bioscience® and enjoy your life, keeping active and making healthy food choices. To cleanse, take up to 3 capsules per day for up to 7 days. To improve regularity for occasional constipation, take 1 or 2 capsules with 8 oz. of water as needed; do not exceed 3 capsules per day.
"Starting diets have always been hard for me, but once I'm get in the routine it gets so much easier. I saw this can help you start your diet by cleaning your body to give you extra energy and just feel better. I won't say this made it completely easy, but defiantly felt a change when taking this to start my diet."
Talen W. (Kansas City, MO)
"We took a long vacation with our kids in June and lets just say I hadn't eaten the best I could. I felt really outta whack. I wanted a cleanse that was not SUPER intense, but that still helped me get rid of toxins. African Mango Cleanse gave me the energy on top of helping clean me out. (A little embarrassing I know)."
Saha O. (Boston, MA)
"I needed to do a cleanse that wasn't going to be super harsh on my system, and I liked the idea of the mango being the key component of this cleanse. Other cleanses have some pretty harsh things in them and I just wasn't going to put that in my body. I don't remember all the ingredients in this cleanse but I remember everything being from an organic source which is a big deal to me. I've since used this cleanse 4 times and absolutly love it, I feel super refreshed without feeling any weird after effects."
Garrett H. (Bellingham, WA)
What are some other health benefits of the African
Mango component in African Mango Cleanse?
Well-documented studies support using African Mango extract for weight loss, lowering cholesterol levels, and improving control of diabetes. African Mango lowers LDL (bad) cholesterol levels while raising HDL (good) cholesterol. It accomplishes this by binding to bile acid to transport cholesterol from your body.
Clinical studies on African Mango have found that it increases the production of adiponectin, which speeds up metabolism and regulates the absorption of glucose. These studies conclude that African Mango extract from Creative Bioscience® trains your body to use calories more efficiently, and it does this consistently over time so that you can enjoy a new lifestyle that will last. This is important in the yo-yo world of dieting where dieters regain lost weight and must then begin a new diet: with African Mango, you do not need to put your body through regular periods of drastic dieting change.
What side effects does the African Mango Cleanse
weight loss dietary supplement have?
Comprehensive clinical research has not identified serious side effects associated with African Mango Cleanse use. Creative Bioscience® customers have not reported negative side effects while using African Mango Cleanse to freshen their digestive systems and increase the effectiveness of their diet. You may need to go out and shop for a new wardrobe to accommodate your trimmer, more slender body, but our Customer Support Specialists have received no complaints from our dieters about this side effect of the African Mango diet. Customers report feeling lighter and refreshed, and a faster result with their diet after they use the African Mango Cleanse weight loss aid.
What is the history of the African Mango we
use in African Mango Cleanse?
Creative Bioscience® selected African Mango for our line of dynamic, innovative diet products because it is historically tested and proven. Medicinal benefits for African Mango seeds, called "dika nuts," include weight loss, nutrition during times of want or famine, and appetite suppression. The antibiotic and analgesic qualities of the African Mango bark in African Mango Cleanse help heal skin abrasions, and this bark can also be boiled to produce a remedy for tooth pain. African Mango kernels are classified as oilseeds, and when ground into a paste are used to thicken sauces, stews, and soups.
The juice of the African Mango fruit makes a variety wine that reaches 8% alcohol content after fermenting 28 days, and has been compared to German wines' sweetness, flavor, and color. African Mango has been used medicinally for centuries in West Africa, where it grows. Ethnomedicinal treatments made use of the leaves, roots, bark, and kernels for a variety of health problems. The shavings from the stem bark were taken orally to treat hernias, dysentery, and yellow fever, and to counteract the effects of poison. But the most exciting use of African Mango in African Mango Cleanse is its capacity to suppress appetite and aid in fat oxidation-all naturally.
How much weight can I lose with the African Mango
diet, including the African Mango Cleanse weight loss aid?
The amount of fat weight a dieter loses using African Mango Cleanse depends on dietary, genetic, and environmental factors. Many studies have been conducted to research African Mango use in weight loss to increase energy, suppress appetite, help burn fat, and boost metabolism. The published results of African Mango studies are documented, balanced, and favorable, and we invite you to examine them for yourself as you research this dynamic weight loss aid and determine what it can do for you.
Does Creative Bioscience® offer the same unlimited
diet support with African Mango Cleanse that dieters
enjoy with the company's other weight loss products?
When you buy African Mango Cleanse online from Creative Bioscience, you can purchase your African Mango weight loss aid with confidence, knowing that our staff of caring, trained diet support professionals is prepared and waiting to field questions and concerns you may have during your African Mango Cleanse diet. Call us at 877-744-1224 anytime, day or night to talk.
What is African Mango?
This potent extract from the dika nut (African Mango seed) of Cameroon, a compound that signals your body to feel full faster and longer. It also speeds up metabolism. African Mango has been used for centuries as a diet aid and weight loss supplement by the people of West Africa, providing energy to hunters and boosting metabolism. This popular diet aid from Creative Bioscience® is derived from the pit or seed of the fruit is clinically proven to support both weight loss and appetite control. We offer African Mango 1200 as a natural diet aid to help you lose weight safely and effectively. It offers the clinically proven ability to suppress appetite, increase energy, help burn fat, and increase metabolism.
What is Fennel Seed (Foeniculum vulgare)
Fennel Seed is a perennial herb native to the Mediterranean region, and widely used in traditional Chinese, Arab, Indian, and Western medicines. Used for centuries to treat digestive ailments, calm the digestive tract, and relieve cramps. These soothing effects are now attributed to the presence of the terpenoid anethole. Fennel seeds have a sweet licorice taste, and their oil is used in liqueur, candy, and perfume. They have been studied for their anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antioxidant properties, and used in tea for occasional indigestion.
What is Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana)?
Cascara Sagrada means "sacred bark" in Spanish. The dried, aged bark of this species of blackthorn, native to North America, has been used for over a thousand years by natives and immigrants as a mild laxative. It promotes peristalsis, the automatic muscle contractions that move food through our intestines, which facilitates emptying of the bowels and remedies incomplete or infrequent bowel movements.
What is Ginger (Zingiber officinale)?
A rhizome eaten as a delicacy, spice, or medicine. It increases the motility of the gastrointestinal tract and has analgesic, sedative, and antibacterial properties. It has antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties as well, according to a study on ginger and ovarian cancer cells.
What is Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis)?
Goldenseal was originally introduced to immigrant settlers of America by Native Americans, who used it for skin problems and digestive disorders. Often combined with echinacea in cold remedies. Contains a compound called berberine that kills various kinds of bacteria, including the ones that cause diarrhea. It acts as an hepatic, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, oxytocic, and laxative, and can be ingested as a digestion aid. It is frequently used to enhance the medicinal effects of other herbs in a given blend.
What is Pumpkin Seed ("Pepitas")?
The seeds of the pumpkin, used for food and oil since at least the time of the Aztecs. The oil of the pumpkin seed is used to treat irritable bowel syndrome by herbalists. Pumpkin seeds are a good source of protein, iron, zinc, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and potassium. These seeds and oil have been extensively studied, especially for the treatment of prostate-related medical issues. Because whole pumpkin seeds contain L-tryptophan, researchers are interested in using them to manage anxiety disorders.
What is Buckthorn Root (Rhamnus cathartica)?
Buckthorn Root is a diuretic and purgative, buckthorn is used for constipation, or for medically indicated cleansing before or after rectal surgery. It is used in small dosages for intestinal parasites, and to clean toxins from body tissues.
What is Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)?
Licorice Root is a legume native to southern Europe and parts of Asia, and a mild evacuant. Used in Japan for chronic viral hepatitis because it has a strong viral effect. Licorice root is used in healing stomach and duodenal ulcers, and in lesser amounts to ease an upset stomach. The compound carbenoxolone is a derivative of licorice, which some studies show inhibits an enzyme in the brain that is associated with stress hormones, and the mental decline that occurs with age.
What is Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum)?
Rhubarb is used for both culinary and medicinal applications in the traditional Chinese pharmacopeia, where it has been known as a purgative for nearly 5,000 years. These eliminatory properties are due to emodin and rhein in the roots and stems. It was a prized and rare commodity exported from Asia to the West, where it was compared with silks, satins, musk, rubies, diamonds, and pearls; Arabic and European prescriptions also indicate its use for various digestive ailments.
What is Citrus Pectin?
Most plants have some pectin, but citrus fruits and apples contain the largest concentrations. Citrus pectin is valued for counteracting constipation when used with plenty of fluid. It comes from citrus peels, and is used to manage diarrhea. It is also sold as a supplement to treat elevated cholesterol.
What is Acidophilus?
Acidophilus is valued for its ability to provide relief from intestinal complaints such as diarrhea, and manage gas and bloating. The term "acidophilus" includes L. acidophilus, but actually refers to a varied group of probiotics containing beneficial bacteria that help digestion. Yogurt is the most familiar food that uses acidophilus; others you may be familiar with are kefir, sauerkraut, and kimchi. Acidophilus can promote the body's natural defenses against harmful bacteria and parasites, and it is a natural digestive aid.
What is Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox or spicata, different from Aloe vera)?
Cape Aloe is used for centuries to treat chronic constipation and provide relief from irregularity, it is native to the Cape region of South Africa and is used in European pharmacies for arthritic support. It is an herbal source of iron, calcium, bioflavanoids and isoflavonoids, and amino acids; and is recognized for its antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial effect as well.
What is Bentonite Clay?
Bentonite Clay this absorbent phyllosilicate is an effective detox remedy used to cleanse the intestines of parasites and toxic molecules. Bentonite clay works by absorbing toxins in the bowels, thereby allowing these toxins to be eliminated. It contains many trace minerals beneficial to health, and has been taken internally since ancient times.
What is Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera is a succulent plant believed to have originated in Sudan. In addition to being an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, aloe vera has been clinically studied to provide relief from digestive ailments such as irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, diverticulitis, and Crohn's disease. Taken orally for a laxative, and often sold as a digestive aid.
What is Cayenne Pepper (Capsicum annuum)?
Cayenne Pepper stimulates intestinal flow (peristaltic movement) which aids in assimilation and elimination of food, and is a thermogenic as well. A popular spice and herbal supplement, this hot, red chili pepper is high in Vitamins B6, E, C, riboflavin, potassium, and manganese, and is valued for its capsaicin content.
What is Senna (Senna alexandrina)?
Senna acts as a purgative similar to aloe and rhubarb, due to its content of anthraquinone derivatives and their glucosides. It acts on the lower bowel; therefore it is useful in dealing with constipation.
What is Oat Bran (Avena sativa)?
Oat Bran contains more soluble fiber (polysaccharides) than any other grain, which, when eaten, results in slower digestion and a prolonged sensation of being satisfied and full. Used in a variety of foods, including baked goods, and as an ingredient in many cold cereals. May be eaten raw. Used for brewing beer. Ruled by the FDA in 1998 to have cholesterol-lowering properties because consumption has been clinically shown to lower LDL ("bad") cholesterol, which means that eating oat products can reduce your risk of heart disease.
What is Prune Juice (Prunus domestica)?
Prune Juice is distilled from dried plums, this deep purple elixir contains the natural purging agent dihydrophenylisatin, used from antiquity to treat bowel irregularity and constipation. Rich in fructose, potassium, Vitamin A, sorbitol and antioxidants (phenols). Valued as a means to strengthen the body's immune defenses against disease.
What is Flaxseed Oil (Linum usitatissimum)?
Flaxseed Oil is used as a mild laxative due to its high fiber content. Flax, or linen, is one of the earliest known plants used by humans. Its seeds are cold pressed and the expressed oil is used as a nutritional supplement, as it is the richest in omega-3 fatty acids of the vegetable oils and 100 times richer in lignan than many whole grains . Taken in the diet, flax seeds may lower cholesterol and benefit people suffering from various cancers, including breast and prostate cancer. Flax may also lower the severity of diabetes because of its capacity to stabilize blood sugar levels.