Your New Year’s Weight-Loss Resolution in a PILL

Researchers Discover “Side-Effect-Free” Diet Aid that Causes People to Lose Up to 30 Pounds

  • The weight-loss supplement Irvingia gabenensis extract has helped users shed up to 30 pounds
  • It costs just 62 cents per capsule and is available over the counter
  • Some doctors are skeptical as it is not FDA-approved for weight loss

It’s that time of year again when millions of Americans promise themselves they will lose weight as a New Year’s Resolution — though most never see it through.

But scientists in Thailand claim they have identified a pill that can shed up to a fifth of a person’s body weight and costs just 62 cents a pop. has spoken to several patients who used the supplement — known as Irvingia gabonensis extract (African Mango 2.0) — and lost a significant amount of unhealthy bodyweight and inches from their waistlines within a matter of only a few months.

You may remember the original African Mango supplement several years ago after it was featured on the popular Dr. Oz Show. Soon after, however, Dr. Oz came under scrutiny from government watchdog agencies, who claimed he was promoting “diet scams” and that only FDA-approved drugs from Big Pharma could help with weight loss.

Of course, mountains of peer-reviewed, published university studies show that’s complete nonsense and that natural supplements may indeed be helpful. Nevertheless, Oz and other prominent TV doctors stopped featuring diet supplements on their programs to avoid the hassle and scrutiny from these government bureaucrats. And who can blame them?

Nevertheless, that hasn’t stopped researchers from continuing their work and study of these natural compounds and their potential benefit for improved health and weight management. For example, a new study from researchers at Thailand’s Khon Kaen University shows the more highly concentrated form of African Mango, Irvingia gabonensis extract, may help people rapidly drop pounds and inches by better regulating the body’s weight-management hormones Leptin and Adiponectin. In the study, published in the November 2022 edition of the journal Nutrients, 66 people supplemented with 1 capsule of African Mango extract for 12 weeks while maintaining their normal eating and exercise habits. At the end of the 12 weeks, the African Mango group lost an average of nearly one-fifth of their body weight.

Two earlier studies by Judith L. Ngondi and colleagues at the University of Yaounde in Cameroon, published in the Journal of Lipids in Health, support African Mango’s significant weight-loss benefits.

In the first trial, the team studied 28 volunteers, comparing weight loss over four weeks between a group who were given a placebo and a group who were given African Mango extract. Taken before meals, three times a day, the study reported that those who took the supplement lost 5.3% of their body weight, while the control group only lost 1.3%.

According to Dr. I.V. van Heerden at, “Considerable reductions in total blood cholesterol (39.2 percent), triglycerides (44.9 percent) and ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol (45.6 percent), were obtained in the treatment group. At the same time, ‘good’ HDL cholesterol levels in the group receiving African Mango, increased by 46.9 percent.”

A repeated experiment used the more highly concentrated extract from the African mango seed, African Mango 2.0, and studied its effects on 102 individuals over 10 weeks.

Dr. van Heerden said: “The treatment group lost more weight, had improved blood fat and glucose values, lower blood pressure, and other markers of the metabolic syndrome (e.g. lower leptin levels).”

What’s more, the volunteers taking African Mango extract 30 minutes before meals lost a stunning average of 2.4 inches from their waistlines as well as 1.8 inches from their hips

True Believers

Tiffany Waterson, a 30-year-old mother of three from St. Petersburg, Florida, says she struggled with her weight for years until discovering African Mango extract.

“I gained 40 pounds with my last child, and I was already 25 pounds overweight,” says Waterson. “I tried several diets and tried to stay away from the foods I loved and nothing seemed to work. I might have lost a few pounds, but it would always come back.”

Tiffany Waterson of St. Petersburg, Florida, says she lost 33.5 pounds using African Mango extract.

Waterson says she just about gave up hope of ever losing the weight until she read an article about the slimming and health benefits of African Mango 2.0. 

“I read all about it and said what the heck, I’ll give it a try and ordered some,” says Waterson. “I have been taking African Mango for six months now, and I am down 33.5 pounds. All I have done is take the pills like the bottle says and drink plenty of water, and I don’t eat past 8 p.m. I still eat what I have always eaten, just smaller portions. And now to tone my body up I’m doing light exercise, and I am loving my new body.”

Roy Hopkins, a 52-year-old warehouse manager from St. Louis, Missouri, says he’s experienced similar fat-loss success with African Mango 2.0.

“I wasn’t super overweight to begin with, but I really struggled to get rid of the fat around my belly. After two weeks of using African Mango, I lost a full inch from my stomach and could start to see more muscle definition,” says Hopkins. “I’m amazed at how fast the weight is falling off me. Already my jean size has dropped from 36 to 32 after four weeks.”

Beware of “Watered Down” African Mango Products

With the recent publicity and fanfare surrounding African Mango 2.0, it’s no surprise that sites are popping up all over claiming to offer the new-and-improved African Mango at rock-bottom prices.

However, desperate dieters should be aware of African Mango products that use “proprietary blends” and don’t list the specific amount of the active ingredient, Irvingia gabonensis extract, contained in each capsule. Industry insiders warn that it’s a well-known ploy that some manufacturers sell watered-down versions of products that contain insignificant amounts of the active ingredient.

Also don’t be duped by products which also contain a “kitchen sink” of other herbal ingredients that have not been tested scientifically, because these other ingredients can be potentially harmful.

How To Find a Quality African Mango 2.0 Product

With dozens, if not hundreds, of African Mango products being sold online, selecting one that’s worth your money can be a difficult and confusing endeavor.

According to consumer and Better Business Bureau ratings, the African Mango product offered from Applied Nutritional Research is considered one of the most effective and trustworthy, with laboratory tests certifying the product’s potency and quality.

Each serving of African Mango 2.0 contains 1,050 mg of Irvingia gabonensis extract — one of the highest concentrations currently available.

The website offers a 60-day risk-free trial of the product, with each serving working out to be just 62 cents — less than what you’d spend on a small sugary soda at McDonald’s.

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