Top 10 Benefits of Mango (Why You Should Eat Them!)

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Top 10 Mango Benefits

Did you know about the awesome power of mangoes?

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I discovered mangoes on the whole food plant-based diet, and have found them to be one of my favorite fruits.  But not only are they tasty, but they are also just as good for you!  (You can learn about what they taste like at What Does Mango Taste Like?)

Here are some of the benefits I’ve found for eating mangoes.

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1) Lots of Nutrients

Mango is packed with vitamins and nutrients.  This includes 67% Vitamin C in one cup.

2) Improves Digestion

One study found that participants saw constipation disappear after regular mango consumption.  They are also packed with fiber which helps digestion as well.

3) Could Help With Weight Loss

Mango has fiber which helps you to feel full for longer after eating.

4) Supports Prenatal Development

Mango contains folate as well as other vitamins to support pregnancy.

5) Might Fight Cancer

The antioxidants in mangoes have been found to maybe have anti-cancer properties, helping to prevent cancer and other diseases.
Benefits of mango

6) Boosts Health

By providing antioxidants, mangos can boost your health and help your body fight off free radicals.

7) Improves the Immune System

Mango provides vitamin C as well as other nutrients to help support a healthy immune system.

8) Improves Skin

Vitamin C and antioxidants from mangoes improve skin health and help to prevent wrinkles.

9) Reduces Inflammation

The antioxidants in mangoes have been found to have anti-inflammatory properties in the body.

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10) Prevents Disease

The anti-inflammatory properties of mangoes can help to fight diseases in the body, such as diabetes, caused by inflammation.

After all of these benefits, it’s time to grab some mango and start eating!

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