Mangoes are called the king of fruits in Pakistan and are eveyone’s favorite. The season has begun in the country.
The amazing fruit is a must ingredient especially in making fruit dishes during Ramadan. Whether it is a raw mango or a fully-cooked one, the fruit is highly consumed because of its amazing taste and health benefits.
Stimulate immune system
Mangoes are a rich source of nutrients, so it helps in stimulating the immune system. Vitamin A and C in this fruit help in strengthening the immunity.
Mangoes are a rich source of fibre that improves digestion in the body. Also, this magical fruit contain enzymes protein that helps maintaining digestive tract.
Help in losing weight
Apart from that, fibre and minerals present in mangoes helps losing weight as they improve digestion. They also support improvement in metabolism.
Make skin healthy
In addition to the health benefits mentioned above, they also make the skin healthy and clear. Vitamin C in mangoes maintains skin health and reduces aging signs.
Improve eye sight
Vitamin A present in mangoes improves eye sight and protect eyes from harmful rays of the sun.
Maintain heart health
Furthermore, mangoes also let you maintain a good health of your heart. Fibre, potassium and other vitamins supports improving heart health.
Apart from other health benefits, mangoes can help you prevent and treat anaemia as well. This amazing fruit can increase iron and calcium levels in the body.
In the summer season, watermelon juice stalls were seen everywhere, but due to the lockdown caused by the coronavirus, this Ramadan is also not the same as before with no roadside iftar.