Mangoes contain 25% of daily vitamin A, reducing night blindness, dry eyes, cornea thinning, stinging, and burning. Vitamin E in mangos is eye-healthy.
Mangoes reduce stomach acidity and improve digestion. Esters, aldehydes, and terpenes help break down food and promote digestion.
Mango is low in calories and high in nutrients, especially vitamin C, which helps immunity, iron absorption, cell growth, and repair.
Packed with nutrients
Mango's 1-cup (165-gram) serving has fewer than 100 calories. Its low calorie density helps you cut calories while feeling full.
Low in calories
Mango contains nearly a dozen polyphenols, including mangiferin. Polyphenols are antioxidants.
Rich in phytochemicals
Mango is immune-boosting. Mango contains folate, B vitamins, vitamins A, C, K, and E, which may promote immunity.
Mangoes contain dietary fibre, pectin, and Vitamin C, which reduce serum cholesterol, especially LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol).
Mangoes are rich in beta carotene (Vitamin A), which helps acne. Mango skin's alpha-hydroxy acids exfoliate and revitalise the skin.