100% Pure African Mango (IGOB131®)
Perfect African Mango is an all-natural and clinically-proven weight loss supplement made with IGOB131. Perfect African Mango also supports healthy cholesterol levels and overall health.
IGOB131 is a unique seed extract of African Mango (Irvingia Gabonensis), and the only ingredient used to create Perfect African Mango. IGOB131 obtained noteworthy results in a double-blind placebo study published in Lipids in Health and Disease Journal (3/2009).
The following is a quote from the IGOB131 study available at PubMed.gov…
“The participants who received 150mg of IGOB131 showed “significant improvements in body weight, body fat, and waist circumference as well as plasma total cholesterol, [and] LDL cholesterol…”
Perfect African Mango includes the exact amount used in the study: 150mg of pure IGOB131. Like all Perfect Supplements, Perfect African Mango does not contain fillers, flow agents, stimulants, or any artificial ingredients.
African Mango (IGOB131®) Health Benefits
- Weight Management
- Boost Metabolism
- Appetite Control and Satiety (Feeling Full)
- Cardiovascular Function and Cholesterol Levels
- Blood Sugar Levels
- Healthy Inflammation Response
Wild-Harvested and Fairly-Traded
Perfect African Mango is wild harvested from the tropical forests of the Congo Basin. This precious fruit is untouched by chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. In addition, the communities involved in the harvesting and processing Perfect African Mango enjoy good working conditions and improved social development. We are proud to share that our supplier sponsors an elementary school for disadvantaged youth in Cameroon.
African Mango is designed to correct Leptin Resistance. Leptin is the hormone that signals the brain to stop eating when the stomach has become full. Usually, people with Leptin Resistance are quite heavy and fall into the obese range. For that reason, African Mango may only work for people that have a lot of weight to lose. If you are not Leptin Resistant, Perfect African Mango might not work for you. Ask your doctor for a simple blood test to determine whether or not you are leptin resistant.