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How to Get 10 Benefits from the Mango

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Written by Isaac&Carmen Gutierrez   

mango I was at the mall the other day found a Philippine restaurant that serves mango drinks. I was amazed how it tasted; it was so good and decided to write this article on mango and its benefits. Mangoes are native to tropical Asia, but are now grown in many tropical countries. These trees grow to a height of 10 to 45 meters; they are dome shaped with thick foliage.

The leaves are linear and four-sided figure, giving off an aromatic smell. The fruit has a thin outer skin, soft pulpy middle, and hard stony central part that enclose a single seed, showing different shape and size. Here are the 10 benefits of the mango!

Mango has a high in a soluble dietary fiber known as pectin. Mango's lower the risk of cancers of the gastrointestinal tract because it contains vitamin C, a potent antioxidant. Adding mangoes in your regular diet prevents night blindness, refractive errors, and dryness of the eyes, softening of the cornea, itching and burning in the eyes.

Due to the elevated amounts of fiber found in mango, it can be a helpful in keeping you regular, thereby helping or putting a stop to constipation. For anyone that suffer acne problems. Remove the mango pulp and apply it on your skin for about 10 minutes before washing it. Eating mango helps you to have healthy skin.   As a diabetic home remedy mango leaves help normalize insulin levels in the blood.

By drinking the decoction water during the night. For that boost of sex drive the mango can help also because it contains vitamin E. Mangoes are helpful for pregnant women and individuals suffering from anemia because of their iron content.

As mention before it has a high level of vitamin C. For those that have kids that lack of concentration, include mango on their diet it contains Glutamine acid that can help boost their concentration. Include mango on your diet for preventing heat stroke and heat exhaustion during the summer.  For those of you that want gain weight try eating a mango a day with milk. Mangoes are high on calories and starch also.

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jswana said:

I really had to acquire a taste for a Mango and to know now that they aid the eyes is great. I travel a distance to get some good pears so I've won all around with these two fruits. Thanks for sharing.
December 14, 2010
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