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African Mango Clinical Studies

Study #1


"These dietary fibers work by delaying gastric emptying and thus reducing the intestinal sugar absorption rate. This reduced rate improves the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin, resulting in increased glucose uptake. Adamson continued his studies with Omoruyi (1994) to try to work out how gabonensis alters the lipid metabolism of diabetics. Adamson and his workers had previously found that the blood glucose and lipid levels of type II diabetic patients could be improve..."


[ Lesley Ainge and Nick Brown, Oxford Forestry Institute (2001), at carpe.umd.edu/resources/Documents/report-aingebrown2001.pdf ]


Study #2


"Sounds like a magic bullet to me! I tried it myself, and low and behold, in the first month of taking it (only once per day, mind you, instead of the recommended twice daily), I lost 7 pounds without making any changes in my usual healthy diet and exercise routine! I began recommending it to my patients who needed to lose weight, especially..."


[Tanya Edwards MD, The Dr. Oz Show (2011) at http://www.doctoroz.com/blog/tanya-edwards-md-med/irvingia-magic-pill.]


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