This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat Mangoes Daily

Jul 09, 2019 By Kayode Oseh

Mangoes are one of the most consumed fruits in the world. It is mainly found abundantly in Africa and Asia since it is a tropical fruit. You can eat them the way you like, either cubed, diced, or blended into a smoothie. There are quite a lot of health benefits that accompanied this fruit that made it one of the best most enjoyed fruit in the world, read further and lets know what these benefits are.

Reduce Cancer risk

Mangoes have been proven to have antioxidants, compounds which helps to reduce cancer. They contain polyphenols, which are natural substances in plants that are associated with good health. Mango can help reduce the rate of several cancer outbreaks such as colon cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, and even leukemia.

Balance Cholesterol Levels

Mangoes are good roughage - they are high in vitamin C, fiber, and pectin, which together can reduce Low Density Lipo-protein LDL also known as bad cholesterol in the blood which is responsible for cardiovascular problems such as heart attacks and the rest. 

Healthy Digestion

Mango is high in prebiotic dietary fiber. Prebiotics are non-digestible foods that support the growth of beneficial bacteria (normal floras), which helps to drive away diseases and keep your gut healthy. 

Regulation of insulin level

Mangoes helps to regulate insulin levels in the blood. Insulin are hormones in the body that are produced in the pancreas. They help to lower blood sugar level and reduce the risk of diabetes. Mango on the other hand helps to maintain a constant level of insulin. Mango leaves have also been proven to be useful not just the fruit alone. Most cultures most especially in Asia tend to consume it as tea.      

Boost your Sex Life

Mangoes have proved itself handy when it comes to boosting libidos and enhancing sex life. It regulates sex hormones and increases sex drive. Mango is rich in vitamin E, a fat soluble vitamin that helps to boost fertility.

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