Health Benefits of Mangoes

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Mangoes are arguably, the sweetest fruits out there. If not, they’re at least everyone’s favorite fruit. It’s no wonder some people refer to them as the king of fruits. Yes, they are that good. Right from their sweet, divine smell, to their luscious, tantalizing taste, mangoes are more than just popular tropical fruits – They’re healthy too! (Image Creidt: Yasser Al-Mulqi/Pixabay)

Like most sweet fruits, mangoes offer a wealth of nutrients to your body. They are a good source of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. It also boasts of high fiber content.

Below, we look into six health benefits of eating mangoes.

1.     Mangoes can help reduce cancer risk

In the fight against cancer, fruits are among the most important foods recommended by doctors – mangoes being at the top. Why?

Well, research shows that mangoes are rich in an antioxidant called Mangiferin that possesses anti-inflammatory properties that inhibit cancer growth. This antioxidant has proven effective against breast, colon, and skin cancer.

Additionally, the fiber pectin in mangoes has been proven to be very effective in reducing the development of prostate cancer.

2.     Mangoes are good for digestion

Mangoes are not just juicy and sweet to eat; they are also excellent additions to your digestions. These oval succulent fruits are rich in fiber, which plays a vital role in preventing constipation.

In fact, studies have shown that mangoes are better at relieving digestive problems compared to most high-fiber meals. It also contains various enzymes such as amylase that help regulate the acidity levels in the stomach, and ensures proper digestion processes.

3.     Mangoes are great for the immunity

Mangoes are a rich source of Vitamin A, a nutrient involved in maintaining the proper functioning of the immune system. As a matter of fact, nutritionists estimate that an average-sized mango provides nearly a quarter of the recommended Vitamin A intake.

It’s also rich in beta-carotene, which also enhances the immune system. As such, small coughs and flu can easily be avoided by faithfully eating a mango a day!

4.     Mangoes improve your skin and hair

It’s no secret that eating mangoes is associated with fairer, glowing skin, and smoother, darker hair. However, for these benefits, you don’t necessarily need to eat the mango.

When seeking to eliminate your skin acne, you simply need to apply the mango pulp to your skin. It will open your pores and prevent acne breakout. Moreover, it will also prevent pimple and blackhead development.

Mangoes are also powerful cleansing agents when mixed with the right agents. They also form great moisturizers for strengthening and darkening your hair. I bet you didnt  now that was one of the amazing health benefits of mangoes.

5.     Mangoes are great for your eyesight

Daily consumption of mangoes in your diet can also result in improved eyesight. Studies show mangoes possess antioxidants; zeaxanthin and lutein, which protect the retina and lens in the eyes. These antioxidants protect the eyes from UV rays, enhance the eye range, and help reduce eye discomfort from glare.

Additionally, mangoes are rich sources of Vitamin A, which boosts your eyesight and prevents loss of vision and muscular degeneration.

6.     Mangoes help in blood sugar regulation

For a long time, there has been a myth that diabetic people shouldn’t consume mangoes due to its high sugar content. Contrary, research published in the Journal of the Science of food and agriculture has proven otherwise.

The study concluded that mangoes are rich in dietary fibers, which is great for your blood sugar levels. This is, however, no reason to overfeed on mangoes.

Final thoughts

From the points above, it’s clear that there’s more to mangoes than their delicious taste – they are healthy. As such, they form an excellent addition to your daily diet. So, don’t deny your mouth the sweet taste, and your body, the amazing benefits. It’s a win-win situation!

Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the rich and famous with the ultimate luxury lifestyle.
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