Mango is a sweet stoned tropical fruit that has been eaten for thousands of years. Mango trees can grow up to 40m tall and some still produce fruit at the age of 300. Mangos are used in a lot of cuisine whether it be for a chutney, blended into a smoothie or eaten as a fruit. Mangos come from south Asia but are eaten all over the globe, India is the place where most mangos are grown, in 2013 the number of mangos produced globally was around 43 million tonnes, India being responsible for 18 million tonnes that’s 43% of the worlds mangos.Mangos not only taste delicious but are extremely good for your body. Mangos are rich in iron which makes them good for pregnant women, doctors often prescribe iron tablets to pregnant women but instead eat some juicy nutritious mango, I know what I’d rather do.Mangos are also good for the skin, they brighten your face and help towards reducing spots and acne. They do this by opening the clogged pores in the face. However, for it to have an impact on the skin you don’t eat it, remove the pulp and apply it to the skin leave on for around 10 minutes and then simply rinse off.They also improve health of the brain because they contain large quantities of vitamin B6 which is vital for maintaining and improving the brain’s function. These vitamins aid in the amalgamation of the major neurotransmitters that contribute in determining mood and the modification of sleeping patterns. They naturally provide significant quantities of this vitamin. With mangos as a part of your diet, you can be assured of a healthy brain and effective nerve functioning.Further research is still ongoing, but some studies have already revealed that mangos are a great natural remedy for diabetes. It was a long-told myth that diabeticsshould avoid mangos because of the sweet taste; now it is being shown that other than the fruit, mango leaves are also helpful in curing diabetes. Place 10 or 15 mango leaves in warm water and close it with a lid before going to bed. In the morning, drinkthe water on an empty stomach after filtering the leaves. Regular practice of this method has shown positive results in the management of blood sugar levels ofdiabetics.