If there’s one thing that makes the punishing Indian summers bearable, it’s mangoes. No other fruit compares. And it’s so versatile – you can have plain slices with roti, turn it into a smoothie or milkshake, make ice creams out of it. We could go on, actually. But here is a dampener: A few health experts say mangoes may not be good for all those trying to lose weight or stay fit.
So, let’s get down to business. Do mangoes have any nutritional value? If you are trying to lose weight or stay fit, can they harm you? Can mangoes make you fat? Here’s what experts have to say. Saumya Shatakshi, Senior Nutritionist, Healthians, sheds light on the health benefits of eating mangoes and tips to keep in mind.
* Mango is not just pure indulgence but a powerhouse to various nutrients like vitamin A, iron, copper and potassium.
* Mango provides a sugar rush to the body, which helps boost the energy levels of the body and keeps you active throughout the day.