The African mango tree, Irvingia gabonensis, is indigenous to that region. Some people believe that it has a wide range of health advantages in its fruits and seeds. The West African continent's lush jungles and deciduous forests are where the enormous, tropical trees naturally thrive. The tree is also frequently referred to as a bread tree, dika nut, and bush mango.
Due to its high Vitamin C concentration, the African mango fruit is a favorite snack in Nigeria and Cameroon. Alternative medicine practitioners have long employed the roots, seeds, leaves, and bark.
The newest addition to the numerous weight loss products available in the US is African mango extract. The extract, which is said to help with weight loss, is made from the nut or seed of the African mango fruit. According to certain research, African mangoes can also help those with long-term illnesses including diabetes and high cholesterol. Even though African mango supplements have drawn a lot of attention lately, further clinical studies are required to substantiate their claims.
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