Grafted Mango Tropical Fruit Tree Plant (carabao)

October 16, 2019 - Comment

The parental trees we use are of the highest quality that has been developed and provided by the Department of Agricultural Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico. These trees are made to withstand many diseases along with high yielding fruit baring. The trees will begin to baring fruit in the first 2 years and

The parental trees we use are of the highest quality that has been developed and provided by the Department of Agricultural Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico. These trees are made to withstand many diseases along with high yielding fruit baring. The trees will begin to baring fruit in the first 2 years and will reach commercial harvest before the third year. The fruit itself is longer, especially when refrigerated, tastes excellent and handles impact stress efficiently. 10 benefits you get when eating mango Its nutritional properties are varied and allow us to maintain the good health of our body if we consume this fruit regularly. These are 10 of the magician’s benefits. 1. Multiple properties It is rich in amino acids, vitamins C and E, flavonoids, beta-carotene, niacin, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium. X 2. Fight against cancer Phenols in mangoes, such as quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid and enzymes have abundant cancer prevention capabilities. They are also rich in soluble dietary fiber known as pectin. Scientists have identified a close relationship between consuming large amounts of fiber and the lower risk of cancers of the gastrointestinal tract. One cup of mango slices (about 165 grams) contains 76 percent of the necessary daily value of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells against free radical damage and reduces the risk of cancer. 3. Vision care One cup of this sliced ​​fruit has 25 percent of the daily value of vitamin A needed, which promotes good vision. Eating it regularly prevents night blindness, refractive errors, dry eye, corneal softening, itching and burning eyes. 4. Digestive Mangoes contain digestive enzymes that help break down proteins, aiding digestion. It is also useful against acidity due to an enzyme present in it, which relieves the stomach. Due to the large amount of fiber it contains, it can be useful to prevent constipation. 5. Benefits for the skin It is effective in relieving clogged pores of the skin. This means that people suffering from acne will benefit from mango. Simply remove the mango pulp and apply on the skin for about 10 minutes before washing. Eating it makes your skin softer and brighter. 6. Help against diabetes Mango leaves help normalize insulin levels in the blood. Boil a few mango leaves in the water and allow it to saturate overnight. Consuming filtered decoction in the morning is a home remedy for diabetes. The glycemic index of mango is low, between 41 to 60. So it has a significant effect on increasing blood sugar. 7. Beneficial for anemia They are good for pregnant women and people with anemia, due to their iron content. The vitamin C in mango helps the body absorb iron. Women after menopause become weak, and should eat mangoes and other iron-rich fruits. 8. Improve memory It is useful for children who lack concentration in studies, because it contains glutamine acid, which is good for stimulating memory and keeping cells active. 9. Weight gain They can be beneficial for people who want to gain weight. Each 100 grams of mango contains approximately 75 calories. In addition, raw mangoes contain starch, which is converted into sugar as ripe fruit. Therefore, eating ripe mangoes with milk (rich in protein) can be very useful in weight gain. 10. Pesticide free Mango is considered one of the 12 least contaminated fruits today, a particularly important fact, given the widespread use of pesticides in agriculture. It is not necessary to buy organic mangoes – which are much more expensive than common ones for the same reason.

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