The mango is a sweet and refreshing fruit easy to consume and digest. Its nutritional properties vary depending on the type and degree of maturity; However, they all stand out for their high-water content and their great nutrient richness.
Provides vitamin B, highlighting folic acid. Mangoes still green, which are consumed mainly in salads, are rich in vitamin C and contain a moderate amount of provitamin A. This composition varies in mature mangoes, which are rich in provitamin A and contain a moderate amount of vitamin C.
The consumption of vitamin A is useful to prevent infectious diseases, cutaneous, mucous, bone, capillaries, ocular and those of the immune system.
Its high content of vitamin C contributes in the absorption of iron and the generation of red blood cells; It also helps in the formation of collagen, teeth and bones. These vitamins make this fruit a good antioxidant, composed of nutritional properties for all people of any age. On the other hand, it helps reduce the risk of cardiovascular, degenerative and carcinogenic diseases.