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Mango Nutrition Facts: Sweet Super Tropical Fruit

A mango is definitely one of the most succulent and great-tasting fruit with a tropical vibe. Mangoes are abundant in Southeast Asia and have been around as a food source for over 6,000 years. Unripe mangoes taste sour and contain starch. When a mango turns sunny yellow and ripens, it tastes so sweet and delicious. Mangoes are very nutritious and good for those people who watch their diet. An average-sized mango contains up to 40% of your daily fiber requirement as well as enzymes which has good stomach soothing properties. It is also rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants which

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What do the Food Label means and how they can help Grocery Shopping

When you do your grocery shopping, you will notice theblack and white portion in most of your food packagingwith words such as serving size, calories, fat, cholesterol, protein, vitamins, minerals, etc. This is called the Nutrition Facts on the food labels. Some of us do not even bother to read this portion. As long as we love to eat that food or want to try something new, these nutrition facts do not mean a thing to most of our grocery shoppers. In previous years, reading food labels is just one mere habit of figure-conscious individuals who want to be healthy

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