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Nutritional value: Mango pulp is rich in vitamin A , vitamin C, and vitamin D , as well as trace elements such as sugar, dietary fiber, folic acid, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, and magnesium. Mango has the effect of inhibiting the death of brain cells. Eating frozen mangoes can help relieve the overuse of the brain. In medicine, mango and cool, with fluid to quench their thirst and stop dizziness and other effects, and even can cure stomach heat, thirst, vomiting, discomfort and motion sickness , seasickness embolism, only to nuclear mango Jianshui a bowl, into the tea used, It has the effect of reducing fever. Mango is not good for the kidneys , and patients with acute or chronic nephritis should not eat mango. Mango contains polyphenols, phosphorus and other minerals, which can prevent excessive free radicals in the body from damaging cells and causing body aging. If eaten in moderation, it can supplement many antioxidant nutrients and delay aging. In addition, a study by Texas A&M University (TAMU) found that the polyphenols contained in mangoes can reduce the risk of breast cancer and colorectal cancer. Researchers used mango polyphenol extracts for colorectal cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, blood cancer and prostate cancer, and found that mango has a certain effect on all cancers tested, but it has the most obvious effect on breast cancer and colorectal cancer.
Cooking method:Mango, the most commonly used is to cut the mango into small pieces. It can also be made into a fruit platter. Cut strawberries, kiwi, apple, pear and mango into small pieces, then sprinkle a little salt, and then sprinkle with salad dressing. It is especially delicious The fruit platter is ready. In addition, mango is also a very popular dessert ingredient. Now many new dishes also add mango as an ingredient
Special matters: Some people are allergic to mangoes , especially the pulp at 0.5cm near the peel, the juice of which contains urushiol (Urushiol, also known as urushiol ). In most cases, the skin comes into contact with mango juice when eating mangoes, causing red, swollen, chapped lips, redness, swelling, and pain in the ears and neck. To avoid or reduce allergic symptoms, you can cut the mango into small pieces and put it in your mouth with a toothpick to avoid contact with the mango juice epidermis. Too much vitamin C may also interfere with adrenal cortisol, making the body anti-inflammatory and allergic. In Taiwan, foods containing mango ingredients are required to be specially marked on the packaging to remind consumers.
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Harvest Season: available throughout the year