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Weight Managment

amazing taste

Flavoured with natural strawberries and cream. 


Take 2 or 5 gummies twice a day. 


Portable and easy. 


Use as a part of your weight managment strategy.

Unlocking the Secretsof African Wild Mango:A Natural Approach to Weight Managment

African wild mango, also known as Irvingia gabonensis or African mango, is a tropical fruit native to West Africa. The seeds of the African wild mango are often used in weight management supplements. The purported mechanism of action for African wild mango is primarily attributed to its impact on appetite regulation, metabolism, and fat metabolism. 

Why choose Jo's Gems Weight Management Gummies?


Embarking on the journey towards weight management demands both commitment and informed choices. Opting for a gummy supplement enriched with African wild mango extract provides a delightful and practical means to support your transformative endeavour. The appeal of these gummies lies in their convenience, palatable taste, and the potential benefits associated with African wild mango extract. Jo's Gems embodies a holistic approach to wellness by addressing aspects such as appetite regulation, fat metabolism, and blood sugar levels. Adding these gummies to your routine signifies a mindful stride towards a comprehensive plan for sustainable weight management, seamlessly integrating into daily life with natural ingredients and a user-friendly format.


Discover the transformative benefits of African wild mango supplements for holistic well-being. Packed with potential advantages, these supplements are revered for their purported ability to support weight management. African wild mango extract can influence appetite regulation, fat metabolism, and blood sugar levels, offering a comprehensive approach to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight. Our premium-quality gummies, rich in natural ingredients, provide a convenient and enjoyable way to incorporate this powerful extract into your daily routine. Unlock the potential of African wild mango supplements and embrace a path to wellness that harmonizes efficacy and convenience. Elevate your weight management journey with these sought-after supplements designed to support your health goals.

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Weight Management Gummies by Gummy Nutrition Lab
  1. Supports weight management as part of a healthy lifestyle that includes a calorie-reduced diet and regular physical activity.

  2. Helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels, contributing to cardiovascular health.

  3. Assists in maintaining healthy glucose levels.

  4. Acts as a source of antioxidants.

  5. Provides antioxidants that help reduce cell damage caused by free radicals.

  6. Easy and Convenient gummies.

  7. Taste amazingly delicious.

  1. African Wild Mango - Irvingia gabonensis

  2. Cautions & Warnings: Consult a health care practitioner/health care provider/health care professional/doctor/physician prior to use if you are breastfeeding or have diabetes.

  3. Consult a health care practitioner/health care provider/health care professional/doctor/physician prior to use if you are pregnant.

  4. Contraindications: Do not use this product if you are pregnant.

  5. Known adverse reactions: Stop use if you experience symptoms of hypoglycaemia including feelings of anxiety, dizziness, tremor, sweating, nausea or headache.

  • Adamson I, Okafor C, Abu-Bakare A. Erythrocyte membrane ATPases in diabetes: effect of dikanut (Irvingia gabonensis). Enzyme 1986; 36(3): 212-215.

  • Agbor, GA, Oben JE, Ngogang JY, Xinxing C, Vinson JA. Antioxidant capacity of some herbs/spices from Cameroon: a comparative study of two methods. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2005; 53(17): 6819-6824.

  • Atawodi, SE. Polyphenol content and in vitro antioxidant activity of methanol extract of seeds of Irvingia gabonensis Baill. of Nigerian origin. Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2011; 10(6): 2314-2321.

  • Ekpe OO, Umoh IB, Eka OU. Effect of a typical rural processin method on the proximate composition and amino acid profile of bush mango seeds (Irvingia gabonensis). African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development. 2007; 7(1): 1684-5374.

  • Ekpo IW, Amor ID, Morah FNI. Seed oils and nutritive studies on the seeds of Gabonensis and Wombolu varieties of Irvingia gabonensis. The Nigerian Academic Forum 2007; 13(1): 1-137.

  • Ngondi JL, Oben JE, Minka SR. The effect of Irvingia gabonensis seeds on body weight and blood lipids of obese subjects in Cameroon. Lipids in Health and Disease 2005; 4:12.

  • Ngondi JL, Etoundi BC, Nyangono CB, Mbofung CM, Oben JE. IGOB131, a novel seed extract of the West African plant Irvingia gabonensis, significantly reduces body weight and improves metabolic parameters in overweight humans in a randomized double-blind placebo controlled investigation. Lipids in Health and Disease 2009; 8:7.

  • Oben JE, Ngondi JL, Blum K. Inhibition of Irvingina gabonensis seed extract (OB131) on adipogenesis as mediated via down regulation of the PPARgamma and leptin genes and up- regulation of the adiponectin gene. Lipids in Health and Disease 2008a; 7:44.

  • Oben JE, Ngondi JL, Momo CL, Agbor GA, Makamto Sobgui CS. The use of a Cissus quadrangularis/Irvingia gabonensis combination in the management of weight loss: a double- blind placebo-controlled study. Lipids in Health and Disease 2008b; 7:12.

  • Ross MS. A proprietary seed extract of Irvingia gabonensis is found to be effective in reducing body weight and improving metabolic parameters in overweight humans. Holistic Nursery Practice 2011; 235(4): 215-217.

  • USDA 2023: United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service (USDA ARS), Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN) – Global. U.S. National Plant Germplasm System. [Accessed 2023 September 11]. Available from:

  • Adamson I, Okafor C, Abu-Bakare A. A supplement of Dikanut (Irvingia gabonensis) improves treatment of type II diabetics. West African Journal of Medicine 1990; 9(2): 108-115.

  • Kothari SC, Shivarudraiah P, Venkataramaiah SB, Gavara S, Soni MG. Subchronic toxicity and mutagenicity/genotoxicity studies of Irvingia gabonensis extract (IGOB131). Food and Chemical Toxicology 2012; 50: 1468-1479.

  • Leung, Woot-tsuen Wu. & Leung, Woot-tsuen Wu. & Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Food Consumption and Planning Branch. & United States. Nutrition Program. Food composition table for use in Africa; a research project sponsored jointly by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Nutrition Program, and Food Consumption and Planning Branch, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Bethesda, Md 1968.

  • Onakpoya I, Davies L, Posadzki P, Ernst E. The efficacy of Irvingia gabonensis supplementation in the management of overweight and obesity: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Journal of Dietary Supplements 2013; 10(1): 29-38.

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