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Mar 18th 2011 at 4:22 PM

Irvingia gabonensis, or wild mango, is native to my country Nigeria and other West Africa countries and is gaining popularity for its many weight loss benefits. Irvingia inhibits amylase, which is an enzyme responsible converting consumed starches to sugar. It also inhibist glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, an enzyme which converts glucose to fat. In addition, consumption of irvingia increases levels of adiponectin, a protein that regulates metabolism by controlling both regulation of glucose and the breakdown of fat. Recent studies conducted on subjects taking irvingia have shown decreases in hip and waist circumference and significant weight loss in as little as one month. Scientific studies were conducted on obese mice on which leptin was administered daily. These mice lost 30% of their body weight in just two weeks. When the same studies were conducted on humans, the results were not similar. The reason was that obese individuals have more leptin levels than those with normal weight. What’s more, obese individuals also have something called leptin resistance, as they are immune to the effects of leptin. This results in increased obesity and sickness. Further studies revealed that an extract of the African plant Irvingia gabonensis could correct leptin resistance. This could help in natural weight loss and fight with the causes for metabolic syndrome. To prove this, a double blind study was conducted on overweight people who received the Irvingia extract. These people lost around 28 pounds over ten weeks. Their body fat and waist circumference, along with their cholesterol and sugar levels, also lowered.Irvingia gabonensis is a populer nut used for soup preparation in my native town, Igbo  people have used these nuts as a part of their traditional cuisine for centuries. The Ogbono nuts as  we refer to it is used as pastes, oils, and soup thickeners. reactions.I  noticed a significant weight after adding it  to my soup for just one week

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Jun 19th 2013 at 3:17 PM by mrpgn123
This is interesting

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