There is just so much buzz around the African mango diet after Oprah’s diet expert Dr. Oz introduced the fruit seed extract as a wonder diet supplement on his list. It is hard to believe that African mangoes can give you the weight loss effects you have been wishing. It is definitely questionable why a certain mango can burn and eliminate excess body fats in just a couple of weeks. Skeptics like me have been busy researching about the truth behind this claim and frankly, I have been amazed by the good reviews about the diet supplement.
But I am not really going to take the African mango as a miracle weight loss supplement since there is still a need for dieters to go through a low calorie diet plan. There is still a protocol you need to follow when taking the African mango extract pills. As mostly required by the proponents of the African mango diet, two pills should be taken along with a low calorie diet regimen of 1,200 calories for women and 1,500 calories for men. The setup is familiar since most health experts recommend taking these amount of calories for the average adults who want to lose weight. Although the normal calorie consumption should be 2,000 calories per day, taking 1,200 calories is nutritionally adequate for average adult individuals. So why still take the seed extract when you can already lose weight by consuming just the right amount of calories?
The answer to most African mango diet skeptics’ question is that people who go on a diet have trouble controlling their appetite. The African mangoes seed extract helps in making you feel less hungry since it is rich in fibers and some vitamins and nutrients such as beta carotene, iron, and protein. It may be hard to believe that a seed extract could do this but Cameroon Africa’s natives have already been using pure African mango seed extract by grounding the seeds of this fruit. The paste is then used as soup thickener and to treat common stomach ailments affecting the natives. Taking the fruit seed has already been proven safe and no known side effects were directly associated to the fruit seed extract so far.