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The Mango fruit : health benefits

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You may be a fan of mango fruit, eagerly burning to its season to enjoy fresh eating with its
juices, but have you ever thought about the great benefits of mango that may accrue to your
body and health! The great benefits of mango in addition to its sweet and delicious taste
made it a queen on the throne of fruits, and was dubbed the ‘queen of fruits’ because it is
rich in many elements and nutrients necessary to maintain health of vitamins, minerals and
antioxidants. Mango is a tropical fruit rich in dietary fiber, which made it famous since
ancient times for calming the stomach and treating digestive problems and constipation,
irritable bowel problems and hemorrhoids. The following are the most important health
benefits of mangoes:

 Rich in vitamins and minerals
Mango contains many vitamins and minerals, it is rich in potassium and copper, and each of
vitamin B6 (perodexin), vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin K, beta-carotene (vitamin A) and
folate and nicin and many others.
 Boost digestive health
The richness of mango fruit with fibers makes it have a great role in regulating the work of
the digestive system and preventing constipation and hemorrhoids. Also, there were
enzymes found in mangoes that help calm the stomach and its mother, and it is known that
dietary fibers have a role in controlling and reducing calcium levels in the body. Which
makes it a role in promoting cardiovascular health.
 Benefits of mangoes for the skin and eyes
Mango has many benefits for the health of the skin and eyes, as mango fruit is an excellent
source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, alpha-carotene and flavonoids, and every 100 grams
of fresh mango provides 765 IU, or approximately 25% of the recommended daily
requirements for vitamin (A). Vitamin A and its derivatives are known as powerful
antioxidants that fight free radicals in the body, and are important for maintaining healthy
skin and eyes and fighting signs of aging and wrinkles. It is also important to maintain eye
health and combat macular degeneration.
 Cancer prevention and control
Mango fruit is very rich in many powerful antioxidants and flavonoids such as: polyphenolic,
which has found a role in preventing breast and colon cancer, and carotenoids that have a
role in preventing against lung and oral cancers, and several recent recent studies have
found effectiveness The role of mangoes’ compounds and antioxidants in protecting against
leukemia and prostate cancer
 Useful for overweight diets
It is somewhat high in calories, so that every 100 grams of it provides us with approximately
70 calories. This may make them somewhat useful in overweight diets.

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