Irvingia Gabonesis (African Mango) is a tree native to West Africa. The fruit of the tree closely resembles mango and the seeds and leaves of the fruit have been used to make medicine. Historically, the fruit itself was eaten to aid with indigestion and to boost energy. Recent research has shown that the fiber the fruit produces helps remove cholesterol from the body and the seeds may help reduce fat cell growth and promote the breakdown of fats.*
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