If you’ve never really had the time or the whereabouts to know all you can about the mango fruit, here is a detailed analysis of the fruit and what it contains.
Rich in vitamin c and b, mangoes are back on most market stalls. Not only vitamins, magnesium, potassium, calories, protein, little carbohydrate and fibers are also “enclosed within” these oval or kidney shaped edible drupes.
Sweet tasting and succulent mangoes are abundantly available at affordable prices, this season. Rather than consumed foods that are hazardous to your health, mango consumption can best be described as a must-do for a healthy lifestyle.
There are different types of mangoes. Apart from the popular cherry mangoes, other species are equally succulent and tasty. It, however, depends on one’s taste. Equally available are the red, yellow, green, German, kerosene mangoes and many others. Classified as mangifera indica, they belong to the botanical family of anacadiaceae. Although members of the cashew family, mangoes basically are native to Asian counties like Burma and India. Even now world countries in Asia, Africa and America cultivate and enjoy mangoes.
For excellent choice of weight control and general health, mangoes are the answer. Alo for better digestion and blood glucose control, mangoes are still a good bet. Coupled with these facts are the energy giving function of these fruits. Mangoes also have fructose (it is energy giving although low on gugreemic index).
Mangoes could be eaten raw and fresh especially, after careful washing. Pudding, deserts, tasty drinks and other delicacies can also be extracted from mangoes. Enjoy some of the best mango recipes.