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The mango is a stone fruit grown from trees in the tropic that belongs to the Mangifera species. The fruit is native to South Asia with the majority of commercial production being in India, Thailand, and China.

The mango fruit has a fleshy, pulpy texture and when fully ripened are extremely sweet. However, the unripe mangoes are frequently used for preparing jellies, pickles, and chutneys. The mango provides good sources of calcium, vitamins C and K, as well as magnesium and potassium.

Health Benefits

The mango contains lots of beta-carotene, which promote healthy eyes as well as providing protection from heart disease, cancer and degenerative diseases such as arthritis, Parkinsons and Alzheimer’s.

  1. Lowers Cholesterol: The mango contains vitamin C as well as large amounts of fiber and pectin which all help lower cholesterol, ridding the body of LDLs.
  2. Promotes Health Skin: The mango promotes healthy skin both by eating it and by applying it to the skin topically, helping clear pores and decrease the occurrence of acne.
  3. Protects Eyesight: Thanks to beta-carotene that is found in the mango, when consuming mangos, it can directly help to increase the production of vitamin A, which helps protect eyesight and also helps prevent the occurrence of dry eyes.
  4. Boosts the Immune System: Due to the presence of antioxidants and levels of vitamins A and C found in mango, it naturally promotes a healthy immune system, protecting against viral infections and the common cold.
  5. Supports Healthy Digestion: The fiber content in the mango makes them a great source for supporting a healthy digestive system. It also helps bulk up bodily wastes, which help rid the body of dangerous toxins.

Another popular use for the mango is an India beverage known as ‘Aam Ka Panna’ that prevents anemia and rehydrates the body. It is made with green mangoes, which are boiled and then pureed to a creamy consistency at which point spices are added.

About the Mango

Mangoes are among the most prevalent fruits in the world. Having been first grown in India, they still revere the mango as a gesture of friendship.

The mango tree grows up to 65 ft. tall and produces an expansive canopy of leaves, which is most likely why it was Buddha’s choice spot for both shade and meditation. The oldest mango tree is said to be approximately three hundred years old and still produces fruit. When a mango sapling is first planted, it is quite fragile and must be protected from cold temperatures and frost. However, once the tree is between two and four years old, it becomes heartier.

The actual mango fruit ranges in size from around 8 ounces to 24 ounces and between 2 inches and 9 inches long. It is shaped like a kidney and in the center is a large stone pit. While mangoes that are not fully ripened are fine for cooking or pickling, it should not be eaten fresh during this stage, as it tends to cause mouth irritation.

Mangoes are high in calcium and vitamins, providing support to several bodily functions and organs. The fruit, native to India is still highly regarded, not to mention it worldwide popularity.

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