Mango – greatest source of vitamin A, improves limbs Blood flow

Annually, there are around 20.000 fruits obtained from the Mango tree. The Mango contains 3 very powerful Antioxidants. Beside the Vitamin C, the Vitamin E (very significant for the Reproductive organs), there is also the Vitamin A which is known to have very favorable influence for the Skin and the Mucous membranes. Its effect is supported by the many Carotenoids present in the Mango. These Carotenoids neutralize the action of Free Radicals, thus preventing the aging of cells.


We are all confronted with poor circulation in our lower and upper limbs (more often in the legs) on daily basis, regardless of whether we are athletes or as a result of our daily job that requires prolonged sitting/standing. Eating this juicy fruit helps improving the circulation.

Not just that, including Mango to your Juices, Smoothies, Ice creams or Pies is a natural way to regulate the Blood Pressure, as well as maintain normal levels of Blood Sugar.

Energy 65 kcal Proteins 0.51 g
Carbohydrate 15.2 g Dietary Fiber 1.8 g
Vitamin A 389 µg Vitamin B1 0.058 mg
Vitamin B2 0.057 mg Vitamin B3 0.717 mg
Vitamin B6 0.134 mg Vitamin B9 14 µg
Vitamin C 27.7 mg Vitamin E 1.12 mg
Sodium 2 mg Calcium 10 mg
Phosphor 11 mg Magnesium 9.0 mg
Iron 0.13 mg Potassium 156 mg
Zinc 0.040 mg Total Fat 0.27 g
Saturated Fat 0.066 g Cholesterol 0