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What nutrient can increase leptin sensitivity up to 52%?

Last Updated: Apr 25, 2014 07:19PM UTC
“Irvingia Gabonensis” is a fruit that grows in Cameroon. The locals call it “Bush Mango”. A recent research study has shown that a concentrated extract of this fruit can decrease levels of C-Reactive Protein (CRP) by up to 52%, which in turns causes an increase in Leptin sensitivity (as high CRP levels are known to interfere with Leptin sensitivity). Eating the raw fruit will not have the same effect as consuming the concentrated extract. This particular extract is one of the main ingredients in the fat loss supplement that we recommend to use in conjunction with the Venus Factor program. 

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