IRVINGIA GABONENSIS , also called African mango, is a tree species whose seeds are used in dietary supplements. The active substance in the plant is fiber. Which has a beneficial effect on digestion, and also has a beneficial effect on insulin. Irvingia can have some significance for athletes. It contains fiber, which can reduce the absorption of glucose and insulin. It can help keep blood glucose levels stable and prevent sugar levels from fluctuating sharply. The plant extract can also affect weight loss, as fiber is able to increase satiety and reduce appetite. Research suggests that Irvingia gabonensis supplementation may lead to weight reduction, waist circumference, and cholesterol levels in overweight and obese people.
Dosage: 150 to 300 mg