April 30, 2023

Mango Mania

Whether it’s thrown into a smoothie, tossed into your oatmeal, or diced into a flavorful salsa you’re smart to sneak this superfood in whenever you can.

Mangoes are a great source of vitamins A, C, and E, as well as potassium and fiber. These nutrients are important for maintaining healthy skin, vision, and immune system. They contain loads of antioxidants, are rich in fiber and also contain a type of soluble fiber called pectin, which has been shown to help lower cholesterol levels. They have also been shown to have anti-cancer properties.

Mangoes are a delicious and healthy fruit that can provide a variety of benefits for your health. They are delicious eaten simply as is and make for a great sweet treat. You can also find several Mango-inspired recipes on www.plate43.com, like this one for Mango Coconut Overnight OatmealΒ and others, that will inspire you to keep sneaking in this superfood at mealtime as well!

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