Surprising results of new research on the king of fruits, mango
Mango is called the king of fruits ed the king of fruits and these days its kingship is at its peak
because now in almost every city of Pakistan different varieties of this fragrant and tasty fruit are being sold under different names.
Thus, many medical benefits of this fruit are published from time to time, for example,
the antioxidant compounds in mango protect us from colon, breast, prostate and blood cancers.
The fiber, pectin and vitamin C contained in it reduce the level of bad cholesterol, by eating mango and applying its pulp on the skin, the pores open and the skin is protected from acne.
Vitamin A present in mango is useful for the eyes and it keeps the vision for a long time.
Alkaline substances derived from tartaric acid, malic acid and citric acid present in mangoes rid the body of impurities.
By boiling mango leaves and drinking its water, insulin levels are maintained in diabetic patients.
The enzymes or enzymes in this fruit speed up the process of breaking down proteins and the fiber present in it strengthens the digestive system.
The syrup prepared by roasting raw mangoes cools the body and removes the dangerous effects of low temperature.
In addition to vitamin C and A, mango contains 25 different types of carotenoids that keep the immune system of the body healthy and energetic.
New Research on Mango:
Recently, a study was conducted at the Texas A&M University in the United States on the medical benefits of mangoes,
in which it was found that no other fruit is as beneficial as eating mangoes in treating digestive disorders.
Along with fiber, this king of fruits contains nutrients called polyphenols.
Both of these things help to relieve constipation and if inflammation occurs in the intestines, these benefits are not achieved with spagol or other fiber medicines.
In this research, 36 men and women who had chronic constipation were divided into two groups. went.
In addition, their diet was kept the same day by day in terms of calories, carbohydrates, fiber, protein and fat.
At the end of the month, both groups had fewer complaints of constipation, but mango performed better than fiber supplements.
Consuming this fruit also improved the level of healthy bacteria in the gut and reduced inflammation.
Professor Susan Mertens-Talcott, co-author of this research report, says that while fiber supplements and anti constipation drugs can treat constipation, they have no effect on other symptoms such as inflammation.