The exotic and fleshy fruit of the delectable mango hails from the tropical regions of Thailand, the Philippines, India and China. While specific fruit size can range from tiny to over two pounds, the edible is a giant in its nutrient and health-promoting capabilities, proving itself a storehouse of vitamins, minerals, beneficial carbs and even proteins and fiber.
Besides packing a nutritional wallop and being an excellent way to hydrate while also quenching one’s desire for a tasty summertime snack, the mango is also purported to offer a staggering array of health-promoting benefits, such as better cognition, enhanced skeletal and eye health, a reduction in heart disease and cancer risk, and a lowering of hypertension. The fruit’s storehouse of vitamin E will keeps sex drives and sperm equally strong. Collagen, another mango ingredient, is essential to the youthful appearance of skin. Alkalizing the body’s acid is another positive function of mangoes.
- The vitamin E content in mangoes will ensure an active sex drive and spunky sperm.
- The collagen inherent in mangoes can help to ensure the youthful vitality and appearance of human skin.
- Mangoes are a tropical fruit, ranging in size from small to quite large, and available in the Philippines, Thailand, India and China.
“Mangoes are considered to be one of the best sources of carbohydrates that is, an average size mango contains up to 15g of carbohydrates. If one fills and eats mangoes of a normal sized cup, the person will gain approximately the 100% of his regular vitamin C intake. Mango is also a rich source of vitamin A.”