Although most articles and posts on the internet are going to tell you that African mango side effects are very limited, this is completely untrue, and in this post, I’m going to reveal to you the most important side effects of this product.
First of all, these side effects are only going to occur once you exceed the recommended daily dosage, which is 300 milligrams of IGOB131, which is the active molecule in African mango that’s going to reduce weight in people.
- The first African mango side effect is liver toxicity and damage.
Although this is very rare in people, if you exceed the recommended daily allowance for an extended period of time, more than a month, then you are going to suffer from liver damage, it is not because of IGOB131 molecule itself, but because most of the supplements sold nowadays contain many different active ingredients that are going to hurt your liver.
- The second African mango side effect is very low cholesterol levels.
As you may already know, cholesterol is a dangerous molecule when it is found in abundance in your blood stream, it is going to cause arterial inflammations while also increasing your stroke and heart disease risk, however cholesterol is also an extremely important molecules that’s going to play a vital role in the protection and development of your healthy cells.
African mango is going to reduce your cholesterol, however, if you take too much, you are going to reduce your cholesterol dangerously which is going to leave your body and healthy cells high at risk of being damaged.
Not only that, it is going to increase inflammations in your body and even cause liver disease.
So, stay away from exceeding the recommended daily allowance.
- The third side effect is allergies.
Although IGOB131 molecule has not been well enough documented, it is thought that some components of African Mango capsules contain some ingredients that are going to cause allergies, so if you feel any negative effects on your health or skin, then stop taking African mango pills as soon as possible.
- The next side effect is related to pregnancy.
Pregnant women should avoid taking African mango because its effects have not been studied and documented when it comes to pregnancy, and this also applies to lactation.
These are the most important African mango side effects you need to understand and try to avoid, if you know other ones, please share them in the comment section below.