Mango is a juicy stone fruit, belonging to the family of Mangifera India, a colossal family that includes plentiful kinds of tropical fruits such as Peruvian pepper, cashew, etc. In Viet Nam, this fruit is grown across the country in more than 46 high-quality varieties, which is favoring import products all over the world.
This fruit is ubiquitous in summer, with round shape, attractive yellow as it matures, sweet taste, and fragrant aroma. These days, people process it into many kinds of food from the main course to dessert such as jam, jelly, canned goods,…
100 grams of mango contains 60 calories, 0.82g protein, 1.6g fiber, 36.4mg vitamin C, 0.9mg vitamin E, 1mg sodium, 168mg potassium, 0.027mg manganese and 0.16g iron, 0.09mg zinc. As a result, it is not only delicious but also has great ingredients that are beneficial to human healthiness. According to several experiments, polyphenolic antioxidant compounds in this plant can offer protection against breast and colon cancers. Moreover, it composes significant amounts of copper, an imperative factor for the production of red blood cells and controls homocysteine levels within the blood. Besides, vitamin A and lutein in mango help defend the eyes from high-energy light waves such as the ultraviolet rays of sunlight.
Bananas vary in size, color, and shape, the typical kind is Cavendish. The superiority of bananas over other crops is that they are all-year-around, easy to preserve and can use for cooking or some desserts. There are countless nutrients in a banana such as fiber, potassium, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and various antioxidants and phytonutrients. Specifically, people can absorb vitamin B6 in banana easily, which helps our body diminish redundant chemicals from our liver and kidneys and maintains a strong nervous system. Manganese in bananas also retards the aging process, makes collagen to protect our skin. Furthermore, bananas are known as “panacea” for our digestion, heart health, daily diet: foster good bacteria, safeguard against bowel disorder, reduce our appetite to support weight loss, and provide almost Potassium content we need to control blood pressure, lower risk of cardiopathy.