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- Carbohydrates - 40 g
- Fiber - 5.6 g
- Protein - 3 g
- Calcium - 19 mg
- Vitamin C - 3 mg
Vitamin K present in Mangoes is an essential vitamin to our body. Vitamin K keeps your bones strong and helps your blood clot effectively, which prevents anemia. People lose bone mass, density as they age, so to keep their bones healthy, strong, and healthy, they should take the right amount of calcium and Vitamin K.
Mangoes offer both amylase and dietary fiber, which plays a significant role in preventing constipation. Mango contains 1.6 grams of fiber, and fiber aids in healthy digestion. Meanwhile, the amylose compound helps dissolve other foods in our stomachs.
Mangoes are rich in Vitamin C, and A. Vitamin C keeps our vision healthy and prevents skin wrinkling as Vitamin C is responsible for collagen production in our body. Healthy collagen production keeps our skin healthy and glowing, preventing it from causing wrinkles as we age.
Mangoes are rich in nutrients that help our cardiovascular health. The nutrients are potassium, folate, vitamin B6 and Vitamin E. Each mango provides One-third of the daily folate intake. Folate plays a vital role in forming new red blood cells and healthy cell growth.
Mangoes were first grown in India 5000 years ago. The first cultivation of mangoes was done 5000 years ago in southern regions of Asia.
- India produces over 18 million tonnes of mango per year, mostly for domestic consumption.
The word mango is derived from the Tamil word mankay or the Kerala word mangga. The adoption of the name manga took place by Portuguese traders in Southern India.
Mango is the national fruit of three south Asian countries India, Pakistan, and the Philippines. The mango tree is the national tree of Bangladesh.
Suggested consumable by age groups
- Mango Jelly rolls can be consumed by any age group but in moderation.
Good times to eat:
Mango jelly rolls can be consumed as an evening time snack.
Eat along with:
- It can be eaten as it is or alongside any Indian snack variety.
When not to eat or eat more often:
- People with diabetes should consider eating in moderation.
- People allergic to Mangoes should avoid.
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