Basically, the fruits and the Lumaslim seed have this enzyme to help people lose weight and improve overall health. Moreover, thorough lab research has shown that extracts from the plant's seed may inhibit body fat production. Thus, it regulates metabolism. In a study, Dr. Julius E. Obez suggested that Irvingia gabonensis could offer a "useful tool" for battling the growing worldwide problem of obesity and its related sickness.
Aside from its fat burning capabilities, it is can also be a cure for people who have high cholesterol. It melts LDL cholesterol which causes blockages in the arteries resulting to hardening of the arteries. Scientist dubbed it as a "miracle in your medicine cabinet". The Benin Army took advantage of this way back during the early 1800s; they used it as herbal medicine in treating wounds for soldiers. In some part of the world, the bark of this mango is used as a tooth remedy. This plant has a long history as a pain reliever.
Because this mango is somewhat new and not very popular, other people view it as the same with other misleading diet supplements. For some, they have skeptical judgment. Even though, it has gone through clinical testing and laboratory research, the facts is not good enough for them. Aside from the fact that African Mango Diet is now very famous of treating obesity disorders, there are other health and nutrition benefits in line with this rare fruit.