Health benefits of dried mango

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Dried mango is one of the healthiest but still the most delicious food you can ever take. Learn more about it by visiting

Dried mango is one of the healthiest but still the most delicious food you can ever take. Learn more about it by visiting

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  • 1. Health Benefits of Dried MangoDried mango is a delicious treat that provides several health benefits. They are mostly cultivated andprocessed in India and other Asian countries and distributed in nearly every country on the planet.Consider adding it to your regular diet, either by buying dried mangoes or dehydrating them yourself.It isnt a very expensive food and provides a great alternative to candy, cookies, and even pastries. Itprovides a sweet taste with a chewy texture. You can find it at most grocery stores and all specialtyhealth food shops. Key Health Benefits of Dried Mangoes There are many health benefits associated with eating dried mango. It provides an abundance of dietary fiber, promoting healthy and regular bowel movements. Several studies have shown that they help to prevent prostate, breast, and colon cancers. Mangoes are rich in Vitamin-A, beta-carotene, and many other important nutrients. Potassium is also abundant. It is low in sodium and fat free. Vitamins B6, C, and E are present in notable amounts, too. All of these are known to assist in the synthesis of neurotransmitters that are required for normalcognitive functions. Vitamin B6, in particular, is required in the production of GABA, which is used tosynthesize Serotonin. For this reason, mango can also serve as a natural remedy for depression.Selecting and Storing Mangoes for Your Own DehydratorIf youre going to purchase and dehydrate your own select the ripest fruit you can find. Mangoes aregreen when harvested. As they ripen they become orange and yellow in color. Over-ripened fruits willfall from the tree and become damaged or spoiled, so be on the lookout for bruises.Unripe mangoes are extremely sour in taste and will feel very hard to the touch. Dont purchase thesefor dehydrating. They wont dry properly and will taste awful. Storing your mangoes is rather easy. Toripen them quickly put them in a paper bag. Store them at room temperature in the open to keep themfresh for several days. If you have accidentally ripened a piece of fruit you cant eat, store it in therefrigerator. Bring it back to room temperature about one hour before you plan to eat it.
  • 2. Benefits of Buying DriedMangoes and Other DriedFruitsWhile purchasing your own mangoes fordehydration might seem like it can saveyou money it probably wont. If you dontalready own a dehydrator expect tospend around $100. There are a few thatare much cheaper, but they dont workvery well. There are also severaladvanced models that can cost a fewhundred dollars or more.There is also trouble with picking the right fruit and ripening them before dehydration. If your timing isoff your mangoes will turn out tough and sour. If you wait too long the fruit could rot and go to waste.Purchasing pre-dried mangoes is a good idea. Theyre ready to eat right away, require no work, andoften cost the same as fresh mango. If youre hoping to change your eating habits to be healthier,consider buying dried mango and adding it as a regular component in your diet.Dried mango is one of the healthiest but still the most delicious food you can ever take. Learn moreabout it by visiting