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This is Why you Should have 1 Mango Every Day

Summers are incomplete without the succulent mangoes. Rich in dietary fibres, mangoes can be very beneficial if eaten one a day. Know how!

Exercise & Fitness By Onlymyhealth Staff WriterMay 28, 2018

The nutritional value

If you are eating one mango daily, you are acquiring Vitamin C (immune booster), A (Vision), B (heart diseases prevention), fibre, potassium and magnesium. Consumption of mango in raw form can help you produce more number of red blood cells.


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Cancer fighting properties

Yes, eating one mango a day, allows the antioxidants present in mangoes to protect the body against cancer, such as prostate cancer, breast cancer, and leukaemia.


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Good for your eyes

Mangoes are rich in Vitamin C, if you are eating one mango daily, you are preventing blindness by promoting good eyesight.


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It helps lose weight

Since mangoes are fat-free, cholesterol-free and salt-free, mangoes do not add on calories, if you eat one or more than one mango a day. The Vitamin C and fibre content present in Mango help you feel full for longer. The digestive fibre present in the fruit aids digestive process.


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Aids in digestion

Mangoes contain fibre, which improves digestion process and  the enzymes present in mango help in breaking down protein.


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