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African Mango Plus Review: Scam? You Be the Judge...

Buyer Beware: Read the Fine Print Before You Buy African Mango Plus

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WARNING: Consumers who purchase a product called African Mango Plus may be getting more than they bargained for — namely, an unproven product stuffed with potentially deleterious, and even dangerous, ingredients, as well as expensive regular monthly charges to their credit cards.

In our opinion, consumers should stay away from African Mango Plus for several reasons:

1. In the clinical research study in which people lost an average of 12.3 pounds and 2 inches of abdominal fat in 28 days, the test subjects supplemented with capsules containing Pure African Mango Extract, and nothing else. No fillers. No additional ingredients. Just 100% pure African Mango extract.

African Mango Plus, however, not only contains, supposedly, African Mango but also chromium: an untested and potentially harmful micronutrient that new research shows may actually INCREASE appetite and cravings for carbohydrates. Click here to read more about the unwanted side effects of chromium.

Here's another article outlining the many side effects and safety concerns of chromium.

Almost as disturbing, African Mango Plus contains a whopping 200 mg of caffeine per serving! This is a HUGE problem because African Mango extract works best when taken before meals, especially dinner, which is the biggest meal of the day for most people. The fact that African Mango Plus contains this much caffeine per capsule will preclude most people from taking this product before dinner, unless they want to stay up half the night — if not all night.

Furthermore, new research shows caffeine may actually hinder your weight loss efforts, not help. Supplement companies have long added huge amounts of caffeine to weight-loss supplements, ostensibly to help increase the metabolism. However, newer research shows caffeine has a negative effect on insulin levels, according to The Mayo Clinic. Click here to read more about what the Mayo Clinic says about the effect of caffeine on insulin.

So the fact that African Mango Plus contains such massive amounts of caffeine, this product may actually hinder your fat-loss efforts. 

2. Beyond its suspect and potentially deleterious ingredients, the second reason consumers might want to think twice before ordering African Mango Plus is the fact that the company behind this product, Market Health, sells African Mango Plus to consumers using the suspect practice of "auto-rebilling" and "auto-reshipping."

In other words, unsuspecting consumers might be in for a rather large, and not so pleasant, surprise when they check their credit card bills in the months following signing up for their African Mango Plus "trial."

Consumers who sign up to get their "free trial" of African Mango Plus often think they're only paying $5.95 for shipping and handling. But when you read the fine print, if you don't send the trial back within 14 days, you'll be charged $79.00 for that one bottle, and you'll be enrolled in their monthly auto-ship program, in which your credit card will be automatically charged, on a monthly basis, for additional shipments unless you call to cancel. 

African Mango Plus Buyer Beware: After reading the fine print on the African Mango Plus website, as well as the ingredient listing on the bottle, it's our conclusion that African Mango Plus is one product you may want to avoid.  

Bottom Line: When it comes to finding a proven African Mango product, stick with the original: Pure African Mango.

When you shop with us, you can shop with peace of mind and confidence. You'll be getting a product that contains 100% Pure African Mango Extract and nothing else — no fillers and no additional unnecessary ingredients. And, rest assured, when you shop with us, we won't try to sign you up for any of those ridiculous, and we feel unethical, auto-reship / auto-rebilling programs.

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