PFM Diet Drops
- Weight Loss
- Appetite Suppression
- Raises Leptin levels
- Heart health
PFM (Pure Fat Magic) Diet Drops is a powerful weight loss supplement. Containing African Mango-a natural ingredient that raises Leptin levels, levels out glucose and speeds up the metabolism, and suppresses the appetite. This hormone free supplement has been successful in stimulating the metabolism and increasing leptin levels to achieve weight loss goals.
Benefits of PFM:
- Weight Loss
- Appetite Suppression
- Raises Leptin levels
- Heart health
Supplementing with PFM Diet Drops in addition to diet and exercise is an effective way to reach weight loss goals. Drops are safe for both genders. Produced in 2oz bottles with dropper.
A little look at a few of the ingredients:
African mango Benefits
African mango (Irvingia gabonensis) has become so popular because it has been shown to help people lose weight. Also known as wild mango, bush mango, dika or ogbono researchers believe that African mango helps promote weight loss in several ways. It helps boost a person’s leptin level. Leptin is a hormone that helps suppress appetite. A hearty appetite can prevent a person from reaching their weight loss goals.
African mango also helps delay stomach emptying. This helps prevent blood sugar spikes. Blood sugar spikes can lead to food cravings. Additionally, there has also been evidence to suggest that African mango helps increase the breakdown of fat.
There was a clinical study done back in 2005 that tested the effectiveness of African mango on weight loss. There were a total of 40 participants. Twenty-eight of the participants took 350 mg of African mango abstract for one month while the other 12 were given a placebo. The results of the study were that the people who took the African mango extract were able to lose about five percent of their body weight. The subjects who were given a placebo only lost one percent of their body weight.
Recently, there was another clinical study done on African mango. Half of the participants were given African mango while the other half was given a placebo. The results of the study were that the participants who took African mango were able to lose seven pounds in just a month. The results of this study can be found in the Journal for American Health and Disease.
So what exactly is African mango?
African mango is a tree that is native to West African countries. The seeds from this tree are used to make medicine. There have been numerous studies done on African mango, and researchers have found that it can potentially offer a number of health benefits, apart from just weight loss. Below are some of the benefits of using African mango:
High cholesterol is a problem that affects millions of Americans. High cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. African mango has been shown to reduce low-density lipoprotein while simultaneously boosting High-density lipoprotein. Low-density lipoprotein is better known as the bad cholesterol because it accumulates in the arteries. High-density lipoprotein helps clean out the arteries. Researchers believe that the high fiber content of African mango is what helps lower cholesterol.
There was a study done in 2009 that tested the effectiveness of African mango on cholesterol levels. One group of subjects was given 150 mg of African mango extract while the other group was given a placebo. The results of the study were that the participants who were given African mango were able to decrease their bad cholesterol and blood pressure. There were no significant changes observed in the placebo group.
Lower blood sugar & prevent diabetes
The number of people being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes has increased drastically over the past few years. Diabetes also puts a person at an increased risk of developing heart disease. African mango helps reduce the risk of diabetes by controlling insulin levels, and keeping the blood sugar within a healthy range. Furthermore, it can also help lower blood sugar in people who already have diabetes.
Relief from constipation
Most people have experienced constipation at some point in their lives. Not only is constipation very uncomfortable but it can also lead to weight gain. Because African mango is rich in soluble fiber it can add bulk to stools, which can help alleviate constipation.
Amino acids are building blocks of protein, used by your body to construct many different types of these essential compounds. But some amino acids, including one called L-ornithine — or, more commonly, ornithine — may have other important roles. L-ornithine is crucial for removal of bodily wastes, and some research also suggests this amino acid may help boost your energy level and provide your body with other significant benefits.
The Urea Cycle
When your cells break down nitrogen-containing compounds such as proteins, they produce ammonia as a byproduct. This can be toxic if not removed. In the urea cycle, liver cells convert ammonia into urea, a waste product eliminated by your kidneys — ornithine is central to this process and gives the cycle its alternate name, the ornithine cycle. When a problem develops and ornithine can’t participate effectively in the urea cycle, potentially serious conditions can result, including one called ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency. This rare inherited disorder occurs in 1 in 80,000 people. It interferes with the urea cycle, allowing ammonia to accumulate in the blood, and this can cause lack of energy, seizures or other symptoms.
Your kidneys convert ornithine into arginine, another amino acid that benefits your body in several ways. Arginine is a precursor for a compound called nitric oxide, which helps dilate your blood vessels when you require extra blood to your tissues. Arginine also helps your muscle cells produce creatine, a compound they need to contract. Research suggests that consuming extra ornithine can help promote physical strength and endurance. For example, a study published in the November 2008 issue of “Nutrition Research” found that healthy subjects who took extra ornithine experienced less exercise-induced fatigue than a placebo group. The authors concluded that ornithine promotes more efficient energy usage by cells, and they recommend it as an nutritional supplement to prevent fatigue.
Laboratory research suggests that L-ornithine may have other important and potentially beneficial functions in your body. A study published in the August 2002 issue of the “Journal of Surgical Research” found that supplementing laboratory animals with ornithine enhanced wound healing, an effect the authors attributed to quicker production of collagen, a compound important in forming new connective tissue. Another study in which laboratory animals consumed extra L-ornithine, published in the November 2011 issue of “Nutrition and Neuroscience,” found that the amino acid crossed the blood-brain barrier and reduced anxietylike behavior in the animals, compared to controls. These promising results from laboratory studies still need confirmation in human subjects.
*These statement have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, prevent, diagnose or cure any disease.
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