Mango is low in calories yet high in nutrients — particularly vitamin C, which aids immunity, iron absorption, and cell growth and repair.
Mango has less than 100 calories per cup (165 grammes). Its low calorie density makes it a good option for cutting calories while yet feeling full.
Fresh mango in moderation may lower your diabetes risk. Fresh mango has less sugar per serving than dried mango.
Eating fresh mango in moderation may lower your risk of diabetes. Remember that fresh mango has less sugar than dried mango per serving.
Folate, B vitamins, vitamins A, C, K, and E, and mango may enhance immunity.
Magnesium, potassium, and mangiferin improve heart health in mango.
Mango contains digestive enzymes, water, fibre, and other components that help digestion.
Mango includes eye-healthy lutein, zeaxanthin, and vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency may impair eyesight, while lutein and zeaxanthin may protect your eyes from the sun.
Mango polyphenols may reduce oxidative stress, which is connected to colon, lung, prostate, breast, and bone cancers.
Mango is sweet and versatile. Mango has more sugar than other fruits, so eat it sparingly.