Mango. Chemical composition and the use of mango



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Mango. Chemical composition and the use of mango

Photo mango in my hand. In today's issue, you'll learn about the composition and use of mango. This product for review, I took quite spontaneously. The other day my mother came, I do not remember exactly how she told me, but we are talking about mangoes. At that point, the only question that I have matured like blogger who writes articles about food composition, "Mom, why do not foto it? « She responded with such incomprehensible view "I do not know ... « The very next day she bought already two mangos me another one you.

Well, I tried the mango taste and now I can share their feelings about the taste. I think it will be interesting to those who have never tried mango. The first time I took a bite, I thought that the taste is very familiar, although before that I had never eaten. Long tried to understand what the product tastes like it and the only thing that came to mind, the taste of carrot juice. Only this taste just felt at first bite and chew first, after only felt sweet, pretty tasty taste. Personally, I even liked the taste of mango.

The amount of protein carbohydrates fat calories in 100 grams of mango

Well, before proceeding further in the narrative of this fruit, let's look at the chemical composition of mango, though I only looked at him with one eye, before he began to write the article, but he has me interested.

Nutritional value per 100 grams of mango:

  • Carbohydrates — 15.2 g
  • Proteins — 0.5 g
  • Fats — 0.25 g

Energy value per 100 grams of mango:

  • 65 kcal

Vitamins in mango:

  • Vitamin A — 38 mcg
  • Vitamin B1 — 55 mcg
  • Vitamin B2 — 56 mcg
  • Vitamin B5 — 157 mcg
  • Vitamin B6 — 130 mcg
  • Vitamin B9 — 14 mcg
  • Vitamin C — 27 mg
  • Vitamin E — 1.1 mg
  • Vitamin PP — 560 mcg

Minerals in mango:

  • Iron — 130 mg
  • Potassium — 153 mg
  • Calcium — 10 mg
  • Magnesium — 8 mg
  • Manganese — 25 mcg
  • Copper — 104 mcg
  • Sodium — 2 mg
  • Phosphorus — 11 mg
  • Zinc — 40 mcg

When I saw only one eye nutritional composition of mango, I was very interested in the amount of carbohydrates per 100 grams. About 15 grams, I know at the moment, only two pieces of fruit, which is the same great content of carbohydrates per 100 grams, its grapes and bananas.

Mango on the scales

For your information, I certainly eat a mango before, photographed it from all sides, and in the balance, too, and so it turned out that one fetus weighs 388 grams. If we consider that within the bone, the weight of which is also included in this figure and more fruit, appeared in my hands is pretty big. I was in Aachen and saw there lying mango, they were smaller, so we can assume that the weight of mangoes within 200-300 grams, so now count. If you eat it completely, what I'm sure, because compared with avocado is a tasty fruit into your body goes from 30-45 grams of carbohydrates, and simple.

After recent studies themes set overweight, now I still cannot quite say what will be the exact cause of weight gain in their quantity or quality, or of a person's lifestyle is dependent, but just be careful. And if you still eat it all, be sure to adjust the daily amount of food eaten by you that the body is not received more calories than you need.

Photo mango pulp which in my hand

Looking at the amount of vitamins and minerals in the mango, attracted me the most amount of Vitamin E per 100 grams, as much as 1.1 mg. prior to this, every time I wrote articles about fruits, like numerals have been no more than 500 micrograms, maybe even less. Especially those fruits that supposedly, according to the authors of the network are to benefit the skin. That's about the mango I can tell you from this product have really good for the skin! After Vitamin E is one of the antioxidants that destroy free radicals that cause skin aging.

Decided to look at the Internet for information on how to eat a mango. Ways weight, eating their natural raw pickled, added to salads, eaten with soy sauce, pepper, used as a garnish for seafood, make smoothies and juices. Another found that mango make a drink called lassie, it’s made ​​by mixing mango pulp with milk or yogurt. Maybe one day I decide to try something like that, but I do not now, though yogurt and mango are now in the kitchen fridge.



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