Mango is a tropical fruit that usually grows in a more heated environment. The fruit starts its growing period at around the end of the spring. It belongs to the flowering plant genus called Mangifera. Mango is a staple fruit of the sub-continent and most of the South Asia. Most of its production happens in the tropical regions of the world that are close to the equator on all four sides of the hemisphere. That is probably the reason why the majority of the countries that are among the list of largest mangos producing countries are mostly in the Asian region near the equator.
- Its antioxidant properties help protect against the variety of cancers such as breast cancer, leukemia, prostate, and colon cancer.
- Again, the antioxidant properties along with the vitamin C in the fruit can help cleanse skin, eliminate oily pores and also protect dry skin.
- The vitamin E in mangoes can increase one’s libido.
- Vitamin A and beta carotenes are hailed as the core nutrients that can have the positive impact on the eyesight. A single mango can fulfill 25% of the daily Vitamin A, and beta-carotene needs.