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What is Mangoes? 

Mangoes are tropical fruit. It consists of a single huge seed in the center. Mangoes, sometimes known as the “king of fruits,” are one of the most extensively consumed fruits on the planet.

Mangoes are not only tasty but also healthy. However, like with other foods, moderation is crucial. Mangoes, for example, can be high in sugar. Fruit sugar, on the other hand, differs from processed sugar in that it is balanced by fiber and a variety of nutrients for the body.

Where they usually found?

They are found and grown all over the world 

Nutritional Information  

  • Calories: 99
  • Protein: 1.4 grams
  • Carbs: 24.7 grams
  • Fat: 0.6 grams
  • Dietary fiber: 2.6 grams
  • Vitamin C: 67% 
  • Copper: 20% 
  • Folate: 18% 
  • Vitamin B6: 11.6% 
  • Vitamin A: 10% 
  • Vitamin E: 9.7% 
  • Vitamin B5: 6.5% 
  • Vitamin K: 6% 
  • Niacin: 7% 
  • Potassium: 6% 
  • Riboflavin: 5% 
  • Manganese: 4.5% 
  • Thiamine: 4% 
  • Magnesium: 4% 

What are its benefits?

  • Support heart health 
  • Beneficial for low blood pressure patients 
  • Improve digestive health 
  • Support eye health 
  • Improve hair growth 
  • Beneficial for skin 
  • Improve your immune system 
  • Lessen the risk of cancer 

How to grow it

  • Take a very ripe mango and take the fruit away from the husk at the mango’s center without cutting through it. Remove any fruit that hasn’t been eaten from the husk.
  • Using a sharp knife, cut the husk open. You don’t want to damage the seed within, so proceed with caution.
  • Remove the seed from the husk and discard it. The seed will resemble a lima bean, with a lighter patch on top known as the eye.
  • Potting soil should be poured into a planting container. Use a pot with drainage holes if possible.
  • Wet the soil slightly.
  • Dig a hole and put the seed inside it.
  • Half an inch of soil should be applied to the seed. Within a few weeks, the seed should sprout.
  • Water it whenever the plant gets dry 

How To Include It in Your Diet?

  • Used as jam
  • Used as jelly
  • Used as a juice 
  • Used in a Russian salad 
  • Used in fruit chat
  • Can be used as raw 
  • Used as a sauce