Real Foods Organic Mango

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Organic Mango ingredients: Organic Mango

About Organic Mango

Mangoes are native to south-eastern Asia, extending from India to the Philippines. Mangoes have been in the human diet for over 6,000 years. Unripe mango has a hard texture and contains starch which gradually changes in glucose, sucrose and maltose as the fruit begins to ripen. It's wonderful when a fruit that tastes delicious has so many wonderful nutrients in it. They are high in Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Potassium, Copper and Vitamin A.

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Mangos always struck me as being rather over-rated but in the Kerala Curry recommended above they taste really rather good. I plan to try the smoothie next

By Lily Coleman on 26/03/2014

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