Some people call them the king of fruits, some people call them the gift of Asia, but one thing is certain if you haven’t had a mango, then you are missing out on one of the most delicious fruits in the world. Mangoes from Pakistan and India are the most sought after variety found around the world. Mangoes are so tasty and people wait for the summer season to arrive to taste mangoes again. Recommended: 8 Crazy Reasons we love to Eat Mangoes during Summer Season
1-Promotes healthy sex: Mangoes are a potent source of Vitamin E. although the original popular connection between Vitamin E and the sex drive was created due to mistaken generalization which was done on rat studies. Other research has shown that properly balanced amounts do help the sex drive.[irp]
2-Helps boost the immune system: The huge amount of Vitamin A and Vitamin C that are found in mangoes along with around 25 various types of carotenoids helps in keeping the immune system strong and healthy.
3-Prevention of Cancer: Various researches have shown that the antioxidant compounds that are found in mango fruit have been found to protect the consumer against breast, colon and prostate cancer along with leukemia. These compounds include Gallic acid, isoquercitrin, quercetin, astragalin, fisetin, methyl gallate, as well as numerous enzymes.
4-Lowers cholesterol: The high dose of Vitamin C, pectin, and fiber that is found in mangoes, help in lowering serum cholesterol levels, especially the bad stuff.
5-Helps in clearing the skin: Mango can be used both internally as well as externally for the skin. Mangoes also help in clearing the clogged pores and elimination of pimples.
6-Improving eye health: Only one cup of sliced mangoes supplies 25 percent of the daily requirement of vitamin A, which promotes better eye sight and also prevents dry eyes and night blindness.
7-Alkalizes the entire body: The malic acid, tartaric acid and slight citric acid that is found in mangoes help in maintaining the total alkali reserve of the body.
8-Can help with diabetes: Mangoes have been found to help in normalizing the insulin levels of the blood. This ancient remedy involves boiling the leaves in the water and letting it soak through the night, after which it is consumed in the morning. Mango itself has a low glycemic index hence moderate consumption will not spike the sugar levels in the blood.
9-Improving digestion: Protein breaking enzymes are not only contained in the papaya fruit. There are several fruits in this category, such as mangoes. The fiber found in mangoes also helps in the digestion process.
10-Helps in fighting heat stroke: Juicing out the fruit from the green or raw mangoes, then mixing it with water and a sweetener is an age old remedy and a potent way of keeping the body cool and preventing bodily or brain harm from overheating. From a none conventional stand point, the reason why people feel sick and exhausted is due to the solar energy which is burning up our body, in particular muscles. This, in turn, causes the kidneys to become overloaded with toxins.