MANG0 A Great Weight Loss Food
Mangoes are the golden tropical treat and most people need no convincing to eat a fresh ripe mango. The benefits are really worth discovering and the most obvious is the rich vitamin A, beta carotene content (445mcg).
One large mango will provide the total vitamin A required for one day per average adult. Vitamin A can be stored by the body, in the liver, however the body will utilise vitamin A, especially during times of infection and viruses. Pregnancy, lactation and the ‘pill’ also deplete the reserves of vitamin A. Mango is a good source of the mineral chlorine, which is vital for normal blood pressure, purifying the blood, body cleansing and assisting in the digestion of protein foods. Slices of mango make an ideal pre-dinner aperitif or breakfast starter, or the most delicious fresh juice combination with orange, strawberry and pineapple. The mango provides a rich flavour for any meal or dessert: try mango sauce on baked fish, or fresh mango with ice cream it’s a dream dish.
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Mango also provides fair amounts of vitamin C (28-35mg), potassium (156mg), magnesium (918mg), and a very low fat content with only 0.2g per 100g and a low 65 calories. Your skin system will treasure the balance of nutrients in the mango. Keep some pocket money aside and make your next skin treatment appointment with the mango. The beta carotene content of mango, plus the vitamin C and chlorine content will all provide a cleansing and antioxidant effect on the blood system. Beta carotene is required for growth, strong bones and teeth, healthy skin, hair and for the eyes. Mango is magnificent in flavour and it is the ideal fruit for any celebration.
NOTE: d.v. refers to the daily value for women 25-50 years, refer to RDI chart for adult male and child values.
GLYCEMIC CALORIES – total: 30 kcal. per 100 grams
INDEX: 72 Calories from: Carb: 27 Protein: 2 Fat: 1
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