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Health Benefits Of Mango

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Hey people! How is it going? Trust you are staying safe and practicing social distancing. Do not forget to
always #TakeResponsibility till the COVID-19 curve is completely flatten to zero okay! Today we talk
health benefits of Mango. Mango – ‘the king of fruits’ is in season right now. You must have been seeing
many different kinds around in different shapes, sizes and even colours: yellow, red, orange, mix of
yellow and red kind-of colour even green colour that sometimes makes you doubt whether it is ripe
enough. Whatever colour they come, it is not best to judge the ripeness of a mango by its color but the
nutritional benefit.
Is there anyone that doesn’t eat mango? Some would say it gives skin rash while some actually eat but
they just don’t like it that much. I have not heard anyone say he or she is allergic to Mangoes. Research
has shown that reported cases of an allergic reaction to mango are relatively scarce i.e allergy to mango
is extremely rare. For those who like to say Mango is best eaten at night, in the morning or during day
time. Research proven otherwise saying Mangoes can enjoyed anytime. Eating mangoes help protect
and strengthen the body in several ways. Mangos have a range health benefits including vitamins,
minerals and antioxidants that help boost overall health.
They contribute heavily to the daily requirement for several nutrients, including: Vitamin C, Vitamin A,
Vitamin B-6, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Potassium and etc In addition to vitamins and minerals, it is low in fat.
It has only has about 100 calories per serving. It is important to watch your eat mindfully as the fruit
contains over 45 grams of sugar.
4 Reasons You should Eat Mangoes
– Consuming Mangoes promotes good eyesight, prevents night blindness and dry eyes. Just by
eating one cup of sliced mangoes improves your eye health because it supplies 25 percent of the
needed daily value of vitamin A- which is important for normal vision
– Another good reason mangoes are good for you is that it contains fiber and amylase-the two
nutrients that promote good digestion. Mango is high in fibre. The fibre keeps the digestive tract
working efficiently. The amylase on the other hand is a digestive enzyme that help the
breakdown digestion of protein or starch easily Both the fiber and the digestive enzymes may
also help relieve constipation and improve colon health. Not people are aware of Mangoes
effects on digestive health according to research.
– It reduces the risk of heart disease. The fiber, potassium, and vitamin content in mangoes all
help keep the arteries working; that way the risk of heart disease is reduced. Study also suggests
that phytonutrients and mangiferin present in mango serve as protections for the heart while
reducing inflammation
– Eating mango also prevents cancer: Mangoes have antioxidant compounds that have been
found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. If you incorporate a bit of
mango into your diet, it may just help reduce your chance of certain types of cancer while it also
reduces inflammation in the body.
Ensure mangoes are ripe before buy or even you put them in the fridge. If accident you buy unripe
mangoes, just simply put them at room temperature for a few days or in a paper bag to speed up the
process. Once are ripe, store in the fridge but consume within one week. Always look out fresh
mangoes. Visit www.theboxshowafrica.com for more

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