African Mango is a fruit which is well known for its anti-oxidant properties which combine with weight loss benefits to provide all-round results. Tour formula not only helps to burn fat and suppress appetite, it also speeds up the metabolism to attack fat from three different angles.
BAUER Nutrition ™ – African Mango benefits:
- Suppress appetite to stop between-meal snacking
- Convert carbs into energy instead of fat
- Burn fat faster
- Contains anti-oxidants to help boost immune system
BAUER Nutrition ™ – African Mango – Ingredients
|African Mango (Irvingia gabonensis)||African Mango has been shown to help suppress appetite by reducing levels of a hormone that makes us hungry. It also tricks the hypothalamus (the brain’s weight and appetite management mechanism) into keeping the body’s metabolism healthy.|
|Raspberry Ketones||Raspberry Ketones can not only help the body break down excess weight naturally, but have been shown to have a connection with the secretion of adiponectin, a hormone that regulates many metabolic processes and the percentage of fat in the body. Higher levels of adiponectin equal lower fat levels.|
The exact amounts involved are a closely guarded secret but overall each pill provides 500 mg of the protected formula.
The African Mango provides the appetite suppression by tricking the brain in to believing you are full and also into boosting your metabolism. Raspberry Ketone provides the fat burning benefits.
Fact Sheet: BAUER Nutrition ™ – African Mango – Fact Sheet.
Directions for Use
Take 1 capsule per day with food or water. Each bottle contains 30 servings.
African mango’s unique formula provides an all-in-one weight managment solution
- Manage your weight easily
- Reduce your appetite to stop in between meal snacking
- Help increase calorie use
- Promotes the conversion of carbs into energy instead of fat
- Appetite control to aid weight loss
- See results within only a few days
This produkt took 3dr place in the “Ranking of pills to lose weight” in subcategory: Ranking of slimming tablets containing African mango.
References & External links
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