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7 Surprising Health Benefits From Eating Mangoes

Updated on August 11, 2015

Mangoes are always a treat. I mean whats not to like? Its exotic flavor and bright colors make it quite irresistable, but there are also health advantages that makes this fruit just as incredible! Listed below are benefits that come from eating mangoes.

Skin Care

There are high amounts of vitamin A that helps with building skin tissue that is needed. Eating mangoes may also help keep pores clean, and may help keep your skin clear of acne. You can either include this fruit in your daily eating habits or apply pieces of fresh mango pulp onto the skin for 10-15 minutes.

Eye Care

The high amounts of vitamin A and C aid in making eye sight strong and healthy and helps prevent blindness. Mangoes may also be a great remedy for dry eyes as well!

Digestion

Eating mangoes may help with indigestion because of the amounts of fiber. There are also enzymes in mangoes that aid in breaking down protiens and make wastes leave the body more efficiently.

Pregnancy

Mangoes have vitamins A, C and B6 that are considered vital for women that are going through pregnancy. Having an intake of these vitamins will make the body strong and able to go through everyday functions efficiently.

Bone Health

Eating mangoes is great for having a good bone health because of the amounts of vitamin K that help with bone growth and health as well.

Heart Care

Having a regular intake of mangoes may aid in keeping the heart healthy and warding off heart diseases because of the healthy amounts of potassium that are contained in each mango. Mangoes can also have a positive effect on blood flow as well.

Preventing Diabetes

There are amounts of fiber that are contained in each mango that help those with diabetes or those trying to prevent it. Eating mangoes can also help with keep blood sugar levels at a normal rate.

Has this article convinced you to include mangoes in your diet? There is so much to like about this fruit, and the best part about it is probably the fact that it is so healthy, but still has a sweet and pleasant taste to it! Please feel free to leave any questions or comments you may have.

Mango Vitamins And Benefits

Vitamin
Benefits
A
Skin health, hair health, bone growth, improves immune system
C
Skin health, hair health, heart health, cell production
D
regulates calcium intake, prevents diabetes, prevents cancer
K
Bone health, regulates blood flow, transports calcium, decreases heart disease

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    • peachpurple profile image

      peachy 

      3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      mangoes are tropical country favorite fruit but very expensive

    • Stephen Kalu profile image

      stephen kalu 

      3 years ago from Nigeria

      Good and educative. Never knew some of these points you mapped out here. Am well impressed. Thanks alot.

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