About Mango

Mango contains a large number of micro- and macronutrients, essential amino acids, vitamins (A, B, C, D, E), and in the skin and leaves tannin present.

This fruit decreases the level of cholesterol in the blood

The mango pulp has a high content of liquid and minerals, so the fruit stimulates the activity of the intestines and kidneys. Unloading days with mango derive excess liquid, while improving metabolism.

Mango is very useful for vision due to vitamin A.

Regular consumption of mangoes helps to improve the immune system and protects against infections catarrhal nature.

Indians since ancient times have used mangoes as a folk remedy, allowing prophylactically to counteract the emergence of cancer.

The mango carotenoids contained five times more than the most mandarin orange.

The mango fruit contains enzymes, calming the stomach.

A fruit contains up to 40% of fibrous fiber required stomach.

Eating mangoes will help fill vitamin supplies consumables and soothe the nerves, can relieve stress and tension, improve your mood.

We sold fruit, in most cases, unripe. They need to ripen at room temperature (not in the refrigerator). In ripe fruit peel a little when you give in, and they make a wonderful smell.

Fresh mango help with heartburn.

Mango Calories per 100 grams of the product is 70 kcal.

Eat mangoes in large quantities is not recommended, as it has a laxative effect.


Mango should be carefully administered in the diet of people with any allergic reactions. The most common allergen is the skin of the fruit.

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