African Mango Side Effects – Are There Any?
With the widespread increase in obesity in all ages and growing knowledge of chemical drug side effects, natural weight loss solutions are gaining more popularity. One such solution, African mango extract, has been presented on the market as one of the leading simple but effective remedies. It is a fruit originating from West Africa and has been used by Africans for several reasons for many centuries. While there is only limited evidence that points to actual effectiveness level of this natural weight loss wonder, mainly due to the fact that the studies have been largely sponsored by its manufacturers, it is still worthwhile to try to weigh the benefits to the African mango side effects.
The fruit belongs to the genus Irvingia and some species types include Irvingia gabonesis. Ingestion of an African mango extract supposedly causes an increase in metabolic rate and reduces toxins which hinder metabolism. It also contains high level of vitamin B which increases metabolism of nutrients in general releasing energy which can be used in exercising to burn more fat. It has been observed that it drastically reduces low density lipoproteins which are referred to as bad cholesterol particles, and are the major cause of deposition of cholesterol in the heart, blood vessels as well as other organs.
One of the African mango side effects is insomnia. This is due to the increase in metabolic levels and occurs upon initiation of the special diet that should accompany the extract intake. However, its levels quickly go down once the supplementation is stopped.
Irvingia gabonesis side effects also include flatulence and headaches. People are advised to consume more water to lessen the unpleasant side effects but stay away from chemical symptom suppressants. Dizziness is another one of African mango side effects due to the same reason and could be remedied by consumption of large quantity of water. Flatulence is a common phenomenon caused by new changes made to a person’s diet.
The use of natural remedies in an endeavor to melt away belly fat is becoming popular. However, even natural solutions may be unsafe and may lead to unpleasant reactions, so you should always consult your doctor or naturopath before trying one out, to make sure there are no interactions with your current medications or health conditions. For example, another medicinal plant from Africa, herbal appetite suppressant Hoodia gordonii side effects may be quite serious and include stomach irritation and liver damage due to P57, its active ingredient. Although African mango side effects seem less severe, this is partly due to limited studies being conducted on the connection between weight loss and IGOB131, the wild mango’s active ingredient.
At over $30 per bottle when taken in extract form, the questionable results may not be worth the money you could spend on healthy weight loss inducing foods that have withstood the test of time and had proven to be effective again and again. Remember that the only healthy long term solution to your larger self is proper low carb, moderate protein and fat diet, combined with healthy vitamin supplements (needed to fulfill the nutrients you lost while eating unhealthy foods) and exercise.