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Irvingia fight fat using seven biological mechanisms

Written By Betty van der Mark on Monday, June 15, 2009 | 4:45 AM

Irvingia, an extract of the West African mango fruit Irvingia gabonensis, functions via four biological mechanisms to promote weight loss. In a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled human study, participants taking Integra-Lean™ Irvingia lost 28 pounds and 6 inches of belly fat in just 10 weeks. By increasing the mechanisms of action involved, Enhanced Irvingia with Calorie Control Complex provides even greater ammunition for fighting the battle of the bulge.
New Enhanced Irvingia with Calorie Control Complex pairs the patented Irvingia extract with white kidney bean, seaweed and green tea extracts. The seaweed extract inhibits the absorption of consumed sugars. The kidney bean extract further blocks starch breakdown and sugar absorption. And the green tea phytosome boosts metabolism to burn fat faster, without the side effects of stimulants.
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