Mangoes are also known as Manga, Mango, and Mangot, depending on the region they are grown in. Ripe Alphonso mango has a sweet and flowery taste. Many varieties have a citrusy flavor.
You probably think of alphonso mango for its delicious sweet taste. But do you know that Alphonso mango also relates to health?. Mangoes have plenty of minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants that ensure good health.
Mango contains mangiferin (MG), Mangiferin is a natural glucosyl xanthone, which has obvious anti-lipid peroxidation effect and can effectively protect brain neurons.
At the same time, mangiferin can stimulate the vitality of skin cells, prevent pigmentation, maintain skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles, and delay the body's aging process.
In addition, mangoes are rich in vitamin A. 100 grams of mangoes contain up to 3.8 grams of vitamin A. Vitamin A is beneficial to the improvement of eyesight, can protect eyesight and prevent the risk of various eye diseases
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