You must have tasted mango delicious taste and enjoyed eating its salads or drinking its juice, but did you ever that mango have great health benefits? Let’s get to know some of these benefits.
Studies show that mangoes are a protective fruit against the most dangerous types of cancer, as the antioxidant compounds found in mango fruits provide protection against colon cancer, breast cancer, leukemia and prostate cancer.
Being high in fiber, pectin, and vitamin C, mangoes help lower blood cholesterol levels especially low-density lipoproteins (LDL).
It is advised to eat mangoes in order to obtain healthy glowing skin, as it has a great effect in opening the skin pores and improving your skin health from inside out.
Researchers confirmed that eating one slice of mango daily covers 25% of the body's daily need of vitamin A, and this contributes to protecting the eyes from visual impairment, night blindness, and dry eyes.
Maintaining Alkalinity in the Body
The malic acid and the citric acid in mango help in maintaining the alkali reserve of the body.
Mango fruit is an important source of vitamin E. Eating one slice of mango daily enhances fertility in males in particular, as it contributes to the regulation of sexual hormones increasing the number of sperms in males, thanks to their vitamin E content.
Experts advise pregnant women to eat mango in moderate amounts due to its benefit to the pregnant women and their fetuses, as it leads to an increase in the number of red blood cells, which contributes to fighting anemia. Also, the folic acid in the mango helps the fetus growth, and the development of its nervous system and brain. Mango also which contains the fibers necessary to help with the constipation common in pregnancy. Mango is also rich in vitamin A, which is useful for the growth of the child's bones and teeth, and also the development of the eyes and nervous system as well.
Mango also reduces or prevents eclampsia and hypertension crises in pregnancy, as it contains magnesium and potassium, and helps to maintain the balance of body fluids, which is especially important during pregnancy due to the accumulation of fluid in the lower extremities of the pregnant woman.
Being rich in fiber content, mango helps to facilitate digestion and regulate the work of the digestive tract.
With its high vitamin A content, mangoes contribute to strengthening the immune system. Mango is also rich in iron which helps prevent anemia, and eating mangoes regularly contributes to increasing the total number of red blood cells in the blood.
Source: CNN Turk
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