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One small mango provides a quarter of your recommended daily allowance for vitamin C, nearly two thirds of your daily quota for vitamin A, good amounts of vitamin E and fiber. They also contain vitamin K, phosphorus and magnesium. Mangoes are rich in potassium which can help reduce the risk of high blood pressure. And they are a good source of pectin.

 

Mangoes are one of the best sources of the powerful antioxidants - betacarotene, quercetin and astragalin. They are also rich in bioflavonoids that help keep your immune system strong.

 

They are used to treat anemia, bleeding gums, constipation, cough, fever, nausea, sea sickness and to help with weak digestion.

 

Unripe Mango has been used for centuries in India to stop bleeding, including heavy menstrual bleeding.

 

Mangoes also contain silicon which stimulates collagen production for healthy bones and great looking skin.

 

 

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