With the onset of summer, the season of watermelon, squash, squash and mango begins. Many people like to eat mangoes as much as they like mangoes. Mango cannot be a person who does not salivate on the tongue. To that extent its sour taste attracts us.
Mango contains nutrients including vitamin A. So we know that is very good. Do you know the benefits of eating mango?
Mango is high in vitamin C. It is also rich in Vitamin A, B6, Vitamin K, Minerals including Magnesium, Calcium and Iron. It is also high in fiber. It is also rich in acids such as mangiferin, catechins, anthocyanins, quercetin, and benzoic acid.
Sodium chloride and iron are excreted from the body due to extreme heat in summer. Eating mango will prevent this. And prevent heat stroke caused by overheating.
High in vitamin C, E, antioxidants give the body immunity. These vitamins stimulate the production of white blood cells that fight germs in the body. Prevents the penetration of germs through the skin.
Mango has the ability to prevent chest irritation, constipation and indigestion. Mango is the solution to the problem of Morning Sickness in pregnant women. It stimulates the secretion of nutrients in the digestive tract and improves digestion.
Mango is rich in the antioxidant mangiferin, which is not found in any other vegetable. It helps in controlling the levels of cholesterol, triglyceride and fatty acids in the body. This reduces the risk of heart disease. In addition, the magnesium and potassium in mangoes help keep the heart healthy.
The antioxidants in mango are known to kill some cancer cells. It is high in Vitamin C which reduces the risk of gum disease. The presence of vitamin A helps to improve vision.