Mangoes, the tasty, sweet and exotic fruit, are quite popular worldwide and a favorite among many. Primarily they are grown in equatorial regions with warm climates including Mexico, Brazil, and other South American countries. Americans eat about 3.42 pounds of mangoes per person each year.
Here we list down the effects of consuming mangoes daily.
1. Ton Of Sugar
Among fruits, mangoes are ranked high on the scale of sugar levels. Approximately every mango has 45.9 grams of sugars which translates to about 50.33 grams of carbohydrates. Fructose is the main type of sugar found in mango.
Red and green grapes, cherries, pomegranates, and bananas are a few fruits that have similar sugar levels as mangoes. Fruits with lower sugar levels include blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, avocados, lemons, and limes.