Forza African Mango is a diet supplement that is one of a line of different products to be used independently or in specific combinations with one another, from the manufacturer, Forza Supplements, which is a part of a larger company that is called Forza Industries.
This product is marketed as a promoter of weight loss through certain appetite suppression benefits that are associated with African Mango by way of anecdotal evidence. The official website of the manufacturer includes a webpage for this product that states that the main ingredient within this product is native to Nigeria and Cameroon, where it is used by local tribesmen to reduce their hunger levels while they are away on long hunting trips. This practice has continued over centuries.
That said, while this has generated a great deal of media hype over the last few years, and a hundreds, if not thousands of diet pill formulas have contained African Mango at one time or another, there has yet to be any scientific evidence from a reputable study that would suggest that this substance actually does what so many manufacturers claim. Moreover, if the plant itself does produce the hunger suppressing benefits, it isn’t known if extracts from it will offer those same advantages to dieters.
Beyond the African Mango in Forza African Mango, the ingredients list also states that it includes a DynamoBlend™, which is found in a handful of other supplements from this manufacturer, as well. That trademarked blend includes caffeine 300mg, beta-alanine, vitamin B12, and resveratrol.
Among all of those ingredients, the one that is actually the most likely to provide any weight loss dieting support is the caffeine. It is the one that has been shown by scientific study to boost alertness as well as endurance when exercising and overall athletic performance. This means that it can help dieters get a lot more out of their workouts without having to slow down or stop as a result of fatigue.
Unfortunately, each pill contains a very high amount of caffeine. The daily amount that a user would be taking when following the instructions is 450mg, which is the equivalent to 4 and a half relatively strong cups of coffee. When considering that two thirds of that is taken all at once, followed by the remainder, a few hours later, that could cause some very uncomfortable side effects among many dieters and Forza African Mango may not be safe for people with certain common medical conditions.