Sanctum Health welcomes Mango-Trim Ultra to the family

Sanctum Health

Sanctum Health welcomes Mango-Trim Ultra to the family

Sanctum Health is pleased to announce a new product for Summer 2013.

Mango Trim Ultra is a superb addition to our weight loss range of supplements. This powerful combination of African Mango, Raspberry Ketone, Green Tea, Caffeine, Apple Cider Vinegar, Grapefruit, Resveratol, and Kelp is manufactured in the UK, and aims to help boost your weight loss efforts.

Mango-Trim Ultra is for those people working on reducing their weight, and who are looking for an aid with their efforts. They may be just starting a weight loss program, or just need an extra boost to lose the last few pounds. Obviously as with all weight loss supplements it will work best when combined with a healthy diet and exercise programme.

Mango-Trim Ultra helps to maintain normal appetite control, fat digestion, metabolism and cholesterol levels. It also helps increase antioxidant activity in the blood, which may decrease harmful free radicals that can attack body cells, and thus aids in maintaining a healthy immune system.

African Mango - the new super fruit

African Mango is a hugely popular weight loss super fruit, and despite its recent popularity this fruit has been used as a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, Africa where it is grown. African Mango (lrvingia Gabonensis) is different from other mango fruits in that it produces a peculiar seed, which natives refer to as Dikka nuts. For years, an extract from the seeds called irvingia gabonensis has been used among Cameroon villagers for its wide-ranging medicinal benefits. According to a study published in the journal Lipids in Health and Disease, it appears to have the ability to help the body trap fat so the body can eliminate it.


Clinical studies have indicated people who take supplements containing 150 milligrams of African Mango extract twice a day lose an average of five to ten pounds within 30 days.

Based on a double-blind randomized controlled trial of 40 obese individuals, where some of them were given Irvingia gabonensis (African mango) while the others were not, those given the African mango had decreased LDL and triglycerides (bad cholesterols) and increased HDL (good cholesterol). These patients were monitored weekly by a dietitian and were kept on the same normal calorific diet.

The study result suggested that the African mango's soluble fiber content helps to slow digestion and absorption of dietary sugar. The fiber also binds to bile acids in the intestinal tract and helps to carry it out of the body, forcing the body to convert more cholesterol into bile acids, thus helping with cholesterol levels. According to the study, if patients consumed soluble fiber in other forms, similar health benefits could occur that are comparable to that of African mango (reference_x000D_ 1). Additionally African Mango extract is loaded with B vitamins, which increase the bodys metabolism so helping calories to be burnt faster.

Raspberry Ketones - a secret ingredient?

Raspberry ketones have receive extensive media coverage recently as the latest aid in the fight against fat. However raspberry ketones are not new and have been marketed internationally since the 1960s.

Raspberry ketones are the natural compound that gives fresh Raspberries their distinct flavour, and have GRAS (generally recognised as safe) status from the United States Food and Drug Administration? They may regulate the hormone adiponectin, which tends to be present at lower levels in people with obesity than those without it. Adiponectin is produced by fat cells and when in balance, it helps regulates appetite and ensures that calories are metabolised properly helping prevent them being stored as fat. Raspberry ketones may also regulate norepinephrine, which can cause a slight rise in body temperature. They also contain antioxidants that fight free radical damage.

And the rest

Green Tea an ancient medicine is packed with healthy polyphenols and catechins. It is a fantastic anti-oxidant that may help lower bad LDL cholesterol levels. Combined with the caffeine in Mango-Trim Ultra, it aids in the burning of calories ( reference 2).

Mango-Trim Ultra also contains Resveratol a highly potent anti-oxidant, concentrated Grapefruit Pectin helping release unwanted fat deposits carried on the hips and stomach, and Apple Cider Vinegar another traditional fat burner which has been shown to help reduce both body and belly fat.

Mango-Trim Ultra is manufactured by Dietary Formulae Inc, an international supplements business, involved in supplying supplements worldwide. They use manufacturing plants both in the USA and UK, that are FDA and EPA registered. All products are manufactured to GMP Code of Practice and ISO9001:2000 Quality Accreditation. Mango-Trim Ultra complies with the Food Supplements (England) Regulations 2003 which came into effect on the 1st August 2005 and with all MHRA regulations.

Products that complement Mango-Trim Ultra

As you lose weight your skin may appear less elastic. Pure-Col Collagen can help to rebuild the connective tissues in our skin making it firmer and more elastic. Studies have shown that taking collagen activates the formation of new collagen by the body, thus acting as an anti-ageing supplement.

For those ladies who would prefer to maintain their breast size while losing weight, The Perfect C - Natural Breast Enhancer could be the answer, helping to maintain size and firmness.

BUY Mango-Trim Ultra at: https://www.sanctumhealth.com/products/mango-trim-ultra-african-mango-supplement and boost your weight loss program.

Cautions: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if inner seal is broken. Do not exceed stated dose. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Not to be used by persons under the age of 18. Not suitable for pregnant or lactating mothers. This product contains caffeine. Discontinue immediatley if sleeplessness or nausea occurs. Do not take if you have a known medical condition including high blood pressure, diabetes, anycardiovascular disorder, heart disease, hyperthyroidism or are taking antidepressant medications. Always consult with your medical practitioner if you are taking prescription drugs, or are in any doubt about taking this product.

References:

1. Ngondi J, et al. The effect of Irvingia gabonensis seeds on body weight and blood lipids of obese subjects in Cameroon. Lipids Health Dis. 2005; 4:12 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1168905/

2. University of Maryland: Green Tea _x000D_ http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/green-tea