African Mango (IGOB131): A Proprietary Seed Extract of Irvingia gabonensis is Found to Be Effective in Reducing Body Weight and Improving Metabolic Parameters in Overweight Humans

@article{Ross2011AfricanM,
  title={African Mango (IGOB131): A Proprietary Seed Extract of Irvingia gabonensis is Found to Be Effective in Reducing Body Weight and Improving Metabolic Parameters in Overweight Humans},
  author={Stephanie Maxine Ross},
  journal={Holistic Nursing Practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={25},
  pages={215–217}
}
Metabolic syndrome is quickly becoming a global epidemic. According to the American Heart Association, 34% of American adults meet the criteria for metabolic syndrome, with a total population of more than 47 million Americans afflicted or a staggering 1 of every 6 individuals.1 Metabolic syndrome includes a constellation of risk factors that increases an individual’s likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, and obstructive pulmonary disease. These risk factors include… Expand
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