Why mango is good for health

Mango

Here are the many health benefits of mango, from essential vitamins to improved digestion.

Vitamin A – Mangoes contain a lot of vitamin A. This vitamin has many important functions in the body, especially for the eyes and skin. It also increases bone health as well as the reproductive and immune systems.

Vitamin C – Mango is one of the highest food sources of vitamin C. This vitamin is essential for your immune system. It also plays a role in the growth of muscles, tendons and bones. Eating mango improves the absorption of plant iron due to the content of vitamin C.

Keeps weight under control – recent studies show that mango and its phytochemicals can inhibit fat cells and fat-related genes. Mangoes are rich in vitamins and nutrients that help the body feel saturated. Fiber-rich fruit helps the digestive system function and burn calories, also contributing to weight loss.

Anti-cancer effect – Mango trace elements can fight cancer and research into breast cancer in particular is promising. Its antioxidants such as quercetin, isocercetin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid and methyl gallate protect the body against colon, breast, prostate and leukemia.

Makes the body more alkaline – this plant is rich in tartaric acid, malic acid and a little citric acid, which help to increase the body’s basic balance.

Provides better digestion – mango consumption has shown impressive results in people with chronic constipation. One study found that people who ate mango every day had fewer symptoms of constipation than those who ate the same amount of fiber. The mango group also followed their treatment plan more easily and showed an increase in healthy fatty acids and other indicators of gastrointestinal well-being, such as gastric secretions, which help digest food. Mangoes contain enzymes that help break down proteins. The fibrous composition of the fruit helps to digest and remove residues. Mangoes are high in prebiotic fiber, vitamins and minerals.

Helps to be alert and focused – this fruit is rich in glutamic acid, which is important for concentration and memory support. For children who have difficulty concentrating on learning, drinking a mango smoothie can support learning.

For easy snacking, we recommend trying the freeze-dried mango slices.

Read more about what mango can be useful for here.

Did you know that freeze-drying preserves the good, natural taste, aroma, appearance and nutritional value of berries and fruits, including valuable vitamins and nutrients?
Read more about freeze-drying here.

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