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Health Benefits of Manga Haden

The Haden mango is to rise to Coconut region Grave, Florida, United States. This mango has such a name because, around 1902, a captain named John Haden planted a sapling of this foot there. Only later did scientists discover that Haden mango is a mixture of mugloba and turpentine varieties, not as common in Brazil as Haden. Considered a much superior quality mango compared to the others, it has a bright color and an intense flavor, with a particular sweetness. Some experts believe that this mango variety was the basis for the creation of almost every other type of mango in existence today.

It is worth mentioning that Mango Haden and Palmer, for example, as well as Tommy, have many similarities, especially since Palmer and Tommy are descendants of Mango Haden. The Haden sleeve is characterized by being more rounded than the others. Its skin is of a very peculiar red color and the pulp is a very strong and consistent yellow, having few fibers (lint) in its composition, allowing a much calmer tasting, after all, there is less lint to get stuck in the teeth. The Haden mango still exudes a very pleasant aroma.

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HADEN MANGO PROPERTIES

Haden mango has many properties that are good for individuals who consume it frequently. There is a high concentration of manganese, a total of 0.2 mg, which corresponds to 9% of the daily amount needed for a 2,000-calorie diet. There is also 0.1 mg of pyrodoxine B6, which represents 8% of the total, and 0.1 mg of riboflavin B2, which totals 8% of what is needed.

Another positive point regarding the properties of Haden mango is due to the presence of dietary and soluble fibers in its composition. At almost 2 grams per average unit, there is just over 6% of what is needed each day. The fruit is also very rich in vitamin C, with 17.4 mg of this nutrient in the food, which will represent almost 40% of what is needed daily.

On the other hand, the fruit has few calories, only 65 kcal, that is, 3% of the daily energy value to be consumed. There are also 16.7 grams of carbohydrates, or 6% of the total, plus 0.4 grams of protein.

BENEFITS OF HADEN MANGO

Haden mango has several benefits for the human body. For example, there are several antioxidants in the composition of the fruit that are responsible for eliminating free radicals from the body, such as: gallic acid, alpha-carotene, astragalin, beta-carotene, beta e-cryptoxanthin, fisetin, flavonoids, isoquercitrin , methylgallat, quercetin and Vitamin A. In addition, the fruit extracts bring together polyphenols that prevent the growth of cancer cells in the colon and breast region, without affecting healthy cells. There is also pectin, which prevents the body from prostate cancer.

The consumption of a cup of chopped Haden mango per day ensures that the person is immune during the course of the hours, precisely because the fruit is rich in antioxidants, contributing to the strengthening of the immune system, which will make the body able to defends itself from various infections, flu and colds, in addition to restricting microbe attacks and cellular damage.

Another very interesting tip among the benefits of Haden mango is that a mango juice in the summer helps to combat the heat stroke that people are subject to, especially those who spend all day in contact with the sun, on the beach, for example. The fruit provides those who ingest essential minerals and nutrients for the skin. In addition, it helps to fight anemia, as it has high levels of iron in its composition, being favorable even for pregnant women and babies in healthy formation.

Mango is also a great ally of the digestive system, including the stomach and intestine. First, it allows for greater satiety to the stomach, preventing the emergence of that untimely hunger, which can help those who are looking to lose a few pounds and get healthier. In addition, the fruit also provides better intestinal transit, eliminating abdominal pain, the feeling of bloating, discomfort and bad mood inherent in people who are constipated, for example.

This is because the high concentration of fiber inside the fruit helps to clean the intestine, leading to its proper functioning. In this case, prefer fruit to juice, as the effects will be even more potentiated, with more fiber in the solid food than in the liquid.

HOW TO PLANT HADEN MANGO

Nowadays, having a Haden mango tree is quite difficult, especially in Brazil, because this species of fruit has a problem called by specialists “high incompatibility”. But what does it mean? Well, the pollen that this mango produces cannot fully pollinate the flowers and, consequently, produce the fruit. This is because the pollen is not strong enough to do the job of pollinating the flowers themselves. It is a phenomenon that is still not properly known by scholars, so it is not known exactly what is the cause of this problem.

However, it is possible to understand how to plant Haden mangoes. For the project to work, it is necessary to intersperse mango trees of other varieties in the orchard, so that they can produce the necessary pollen grains for the pollination of the Haden mango flowers and, thus, produce the fruits.

It is worth mentioning that there is no risk of other types of mangoes being produced. This is because the fruit depends on the variety of mango trees you are producing and not on the pollen. A tip from experts is to use the Tommy species to intersperse with Haden, after all, the first is a daughter of the second, that is, it originated from it, so it can good examples of the sweet and tasty Haden mango. Because it is more difficult to be cultivated, Haden mangoes have a higher price compared to the others, and it is not by chance that they are widely used for export.

 

Check out other types of manga:

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Benefits and Properties of Manga Palmer

Benefits and Properties of Manga Rosa

Benefits and Properties of Sword Sleeve

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Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

Robert Asprin

Robert Asprin, APD is a non-dieting Accredited Practicing Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviors to help improve health while nurturing relationships with food and body.

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