Mango contains vitamins A, B, C, E and K and is rich in potassium, copper and essential fatty acids, while the bark of mango extremely high in fiber, which helps regulate digestion.
It is believed that the Buddha experienced enlightenment just by sitting under the mango tree, so that today in different cultures used in certain rituals. Mango (Mangifera indica) is an exotic fruit known as a tropical peach, and there are mixed flavors of peach, orange and pineapple.
This fruit is rich in natural nutrients that nourish the skin and make it shiny and beautiful, and the best known inhabitant of the tropical landscape.
Ripe mango fruit is usually pear-sized and can be of different colors, from yellow to purple, and flesh of the fruit is very tasty and sweet.
Fruits that are not mature enough to be used in the preparation of a variety of savory dishes, as they are less sweet, and dishes prepared with mango have a special, exotic aroma.
The fruits that are ripe are eaten fresh and used in the preparation of various juices and desserts.
Mango contains vitamins A, B, C, E and K and is rich in potassium, copper and essential fatty acids, while the bark is very rich in fiber, which helps regulate digestion.
For all his good ingredients, mango is welcome in the diet during all four seasons, but unfortunately in our country is still underutilized fruits.
It has been scientifically confirmed the role of mango in the prevention of anemia in controlling blood pressure and strengthen the immune system.
Mango is also very effective in protecting the skin from drying out, and for this reason can often be found as one of the ingredients in natural cosmetics.
The meat of the fruit mango can be used as a very good face mask, which is nutritious and pleasant to the skin.
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