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Why is drinking bad for you

Two fizzy drinks a day can raise risk of liver disease - but diet versions do NOT have the same damaging effect

  • Sugar-sweetened drinks like cola linked to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • And there could be also associations with diabetes and heart disease
  • More than 2,000 participants in the study had to say how many caffeinated or sugary drinks they consumed daily
  • But researchers found no link between diet drinks and NAFLD


Drinking just two cans of fizzy drink a day raises your risk of liver disease, according to a study.
Scientists found people who drink more than one sugar-sweetened drink such as cola or lemonade a day were more likely to have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) than those who said they didn’t drink any fizzy drinks.
And they warned that sugary drinks could also be linked to diabetes and heart disease.
However, they found low-sugar diet versions do not seem to have the same damaging effects. 



Sugar-sweetened drinks such as cola or lemonade have been linked to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, according to a new study
The team from Tufts University studied 2,634 middle aged men and women who had to say how many caffeinated or sugary drinks such as cola, fruit punch, lemonade or other non-carbonated fruit drinks they consumed daily.
The participants underwent a computed tomography (CT) scan to measure the amount of fat in the liver and some were identified as having non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Researchers from the from the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Ageing at the university noticed a higher prevalence of NAFLD among people who reported drinking more than one sugar-sweetened beverage per day compared to people who said they drank no sugar-sweetened beverages.




But researchers found that diet versions do not seem to have the same effect. File photo
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WHAT IS NON-ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE?

NAFLD is characterised by an accumulation of fat in the liver cells that is unrelated to alcohol consumption and and many with the disease don't experience any symptoms. Being obese or overweight increases the risk for NAFLD and people with NAFLD are at greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Sugar-sweetened beverages are a major dietary source of fructose, the sugar that is suspected of increasing risk of NAFLD because of how our bodies process it. 
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The study, published in the Journal of Hepatology, revealed the link stood even after the authors accounted for age, sex, body mass index and dietary and lifestyle factors such as calorie intake, alcohol, and smoking.
In contrast, after accounting for these factors the authors found no association between diet cola and NAFLD.

Study author Dr Jiantao Ma, said: 'Our study adds to a growing body of research suggesting that sugar-sweetened beverages may be linked to NAFLD and other chronic diseases including diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
'Few observational studies, to date, have examined the relationship between sugar-sweetened beverages and NAFLD.
'Long-term prospective studies are needed to help ascertain the potential role of sugar-sweetened beverages in the development of NAFLD.'
Co-author of the study Dr Nicola McKeown added: 'The cross-sectional nature of this study prevents us from establishing causality.
'Future prospective studies are needed to account for the changes in beverage consumption over time as soda consumers may switch to diet soda and these changes may be related to weight status.
'Although there is much more research to be done, sugar-sweetened beverages are a source of empty calories, and people need to be mindful of how much they are drinking, perhaps by reserving this habit for special occasions

Lower back pain when sitting


This is something which we are not focusing in our daily life but can produce multiple problems in spine especially for those who have long sitting hours. 


Fruit Juices,Nectars and Nutritious Beverages can play a significant part in a Healthy Diet.


Intro: Fruit juices and nectars both act as nutritious
beverages and can play a significant part in a healthy diet.
It would be prudent to look towards a box of juice
to revitalise you in the smoldering summer
heat and keep you hydrated...


Home Remedies in urdu for Naval (Naaf)



Some Healthy Reasons to Drink more Water



Weight Loss: Water has no fat, no calories, no crabs, no sugar.
Heart Healthy: Lowers your risks of a heart attack by 41%.
Energy: Being dehydrated can sap your energy and make you feed tired.
Headache cure: headaches are simply a matter of not drinking enough water.
Healthy skin: clear up your skin and gives a healthy glow.
Better exercise: being dehydrated can severely hamper your athletic activities.
Digestive problems: water can help cure stomach acid problems.
Cancer risk: reduce risk of colon cancer by 45% & bladder cancer by 50%.
Cleansing: water is used by the body to help flush out toxins and waste.

some useful vegetable for Breast Cancer prevention


Broccoli

Cauliflower

Brussel Sprouts
Spinach

Coliards

Tomatoes

Kale

Cabbage

Carrots

Some common health complications that can arise from fasting,

And how to prevent and deal with them.The following advice has been provided following consultation with medical experts and Islamic scholars.

Fasting and heartburn

Fasting usually reduces the amount of stomach acid, which digests food and kills bacteria. However, thoughts of food, or the smell of it, make the brain tell the stomach to produce more acid, which can lead to heartburn.
People who regularly take medicine for indigestion  such as antacids, antihistamines or proton pump inhibitors  are advised to continue taking them. A good time to do this could be with the pre-dawn meal.
The control of heartburn or belching can be aided by eating in moderation and avoiding oily, deep-fried or very spicy food. Reducing your caffeine intake and stopping smoking can also help.
Preparations such as peppermint oil may help reduce belching or abdominal discomfort. Sleeping with your head raised on a few pillows, in addition to long-term weight loss, may also help prevent heartburn.

Fasting and poor control of diabetes

People who regularly inject insulin are advised not to fast, as the potential risk to health both in the short and long term of not taking insulin is too great. People who have their diabetes under control using tablets should seek careful advice from their GP before starting a fast.
Regular self-monitoring of your blood glucose is strongly advised. Low blood sugar levels (known as a "hypo") are dangerous, and may lead to fainting or fits if left untreated.
Feeling dizzy, sweaty and disoriented may all suggest a hypo. If a person with diabetes has these symptoms, they should immediately have a sugary drink, or place sugar or a sugar-rich sweet below their tongue.

Fasting and a headache

This common problem has many causes. Headaches during a fast could be due to dehydration or hunger, poor rest, or the absence of addictive substances, such as caffeine or nicotine.
A moderate and balanced diet, especially not missing the pre-dawn meal, taking in enough fluids and, if necessary, some painkillers such as paracetamol, can help prevent or reduce the risk of getting a headache.
Headaches can also be prevented by not exposing yourself to direct sunlight, wearing a hat when out, using sunglasses to reduce the effect of glare from the sun and relieving any tense muscles with a short, gentle massage.

Fasting and dehydration

Dehydration is common during a fast. The body continues to lose water and salts through breathing, perspiring and urinating.
If you don’t drink sufficiently before a fast, your risk of dehydration increases. This risk is higher in older people and in those taking tablets, such as diuretics.
If you are unable to stand up due to dizziness, or you are disoriented, you should urgently drink regular, moderate quantities of water  ideally with sugar and salt  or Dioralyte or Lucozade.
If you faint due to dehydration, your legs should be raised above your head by others, and when you awake, you should urgently rehydrate as outlined above.

 

 Fasting and constipation

When you are fasting, being active, drinking water regularly and eating healthily (during the times when you are not fasting) will help to keep your bowel motions regular. Include lots of fruit and vegetables in your diet and increase the fibre content of your food using bran. If the problem persists, a short course of laxatives may help.

 Fasting and stress

Lack of food and water, changes of routine and shorter periods of sleep can cause stress. It’s important to deal with any potential sources of stress to stop any harmful effects. This can be helped by not taking on more than you can handle, not playing sports in the hot sun, controlling your anger and not smoking.

 Fasting and weight control

Food consumed during the pre-dawn and dusk meals may lead to some unintended weight gain. However, if you approach the fast with discipline, it can be an opportunity to lose weight and become healthier.

Article Source by : NHS 

A healthy Ramazan....

Intro: This Ramazan make sure that whatever you eat is healthy and contains the required nutrition. You! takes a look at what to eat and what not to eat...


The Wonders of Water


Intro: Ample consumption of water is vital for 
maintaining good health.Good news for women is 
that it also helps in weight loss... 


What is Water Matters..?


Intro: You! highlights the health hazards caused 
due to consuming contaminated 
water and what should be done to thwart it...


*Benifits of Beets*


 
Immune Booster
Nick Name: Nature's Viagra
Contains Polysaccharides for digestive tract health.
  • Beets are an excellent source of floater.
  •  Beets contain a significant amount of fiber, manganese and potassium A
  • Beet greens are an excellent source of calcium, iron and Vitamins A and C.
  • Stimulates Liver Function.
  • Reduces Cholesterol
  • Natural colon cleanser
  • Contains beta cyanide which counteract cancer.

Fruits that can change your Life


 
 Avocado-promote hear health.

 Coconut Water-not only is sterille, but has the same electrolytic balance as human blood, which enabled medics is the Pacific Theater in World War II to use it as an emergency
 substitute for plasma.

 KIWI-great source of potassium and fiber.

 Longan Berry- been used as an antidote
 for snake bites for centuries.

 Mangosteen- can cause cell death in leukemia cell.

 Papaya-High enzyme fruit.

 Pomegranate- loaded with antioxidants.


Sour sop-Natural Cancer KILLER 10,000
times stronger than chemo.
 
Star Fruit-great source of vitamin C.


Passion Fruit-rich in vitamins A and C, potassium and fiber.

Some Healthy Reasons to Have More Sex

Get busy tonight

by Amanda MacMillan

If you really need an excuse (or several) to heat things up in the bedroom, we've got you covered: Besides the obvious reasons one might have sex -- love, pleasure, baby-making—science shows that there are quite a few health benefits to getting intimate. The next time your partner asks, "Was it good for you?" you can say yes—in more ways than one!
  • Sex burns calories

Yes, knocking boots counts as exercise—and it sure beats the gym! Depending on how physical you get, sex can strengthen muscle tone, increase your heart rate, and get your whole body working, says Justin Lehmiller, PhD, creator of lecturer in the department of psychology at Purdue University and author of The Psychology of Human Sexuality. And according to a 2013 study in which volunteers wore activity trackers while they did the deed, men burn about 101 calories per session, while women torch an average of 69. "Relatively speaking, that's not a huge amount," says Lehmiller. He points out, however, that sex in the study (from foreplay to orgasm) lasted an average of 25 minutes. "If you have sex for a longer period of time, you can have even more of those calorie-burning benefits."
  • Sex helps you sleep


After orgasm, the body releases a relaxation hormone called prolactin, says Kristin Mark, PhD, director of the Sexual Health Promotion Lab at the University of Kentucky. "If you're not feeling particularly tired beforehand, having sex and reaching orgasm may certainly help you nod off a little more quickly than you would have otherwise."
  • Sex lowers your blood pressure and stress levels

In a 2005 Scottish study, volunteers were asked to record their sexual activity for two weeks and were then given anxiety-inducing tasks, like public speaking or solving math problems out loud. Those who'd had sex over the study period experienced smaller blood pressure spikes, and recovered from them more quickly, than those who hadn't. (Only penile-vaginal intercourse seemed to have this effect, not masturbation or other forms of sexual activity.) The study suggests two important benefit of regular sex, says Mark: Better blood pressure control, and better stress management overall. "Sex not only lowers people's perceived levels of stress, but it also appears to helps them handle stress more effectively, as well," she says.
  • Sex strengthens your heart


Regular sex may benefit the cardiovascular system in other ways. A British study found that men who had sex at least twice a week over a period of 20 years were less likely to have died from heart disease than those who got it on less than once a month. After 10 years, in fact, their risk of sudden death was 50% less than that of the group that had less sex, although that gap lessened over the next decade. These sorts of findings only show a correlation, not causation, says Mark. "People who have healthy sex lives probably have overall healthy lifestyles." Even so, she suspects there may be a connection: "Sex helps regulate hormones like estrogen and testosterone," she says, "which impacts all kinds of  systems in the body, including the heart."
  • Sex may protect against cancer


Some studies have suggested that men who ejaculate more frequently may have a reduced risk of prostate cancer—although the difference appears to be very small, and others haven't found a conclusive link.
The benefits may be clearer for breast cancer prevention, however: A French study found that women who had sex at least once a month were less likely to develop breast cancer than those who didn't. And while the disease is rare in men, those who orgasm less than six times a month appear to be at increased risk of breast cancer compared to those who do so more often, according to a Greek study.
  • Sex boosts immunity


Getting busy on a weekly basis stimulates the immune system and provides protection from the common cold, according to a Wilkes University study. Researchers gave college students questionnaires about their sex lives, then tested their saliva for levels of immunoglobulin A (IgA), an antibody that helps fight off viruses. They found that the students who had sex once or twice a week had 30% more IgA than those who had sex less frequently. (They also, however, had higher IgA levels than those who had sex three times a week or more, suggesting that in this case, maybe you can get too much of a good thing.)
  • Sex relieves pain

Women often skip sex because of headaches, or so the cliché goes—but, according to a 2013 German study, going through with it may actually help them feel better. When study volunteers chose to have sex during a headache episode, about 60% of migraine sufferers and 30% of cluster headache sufferers reported partial or total relief. Endorphins released during orgasm, as well as increased blood flow to the genital area, likely play a role in sex's pain-relieving power, says Mark. "Pain sometimes has to do with blood flowing to one particular area, like the head, and sex can take some of that pressure off by redirecting the flow."
  • Sex may extend your life

Several studies have found connections between a busier sex life and a longer life in general, most notably a Duke University study that took place between 1955 and 1980. Researchers found that for men, frequency of intercourse was related to longer lifespans; while for women, enjoyment of  intercourse was the most significant factor. "We can't really do cause-and-effect studies, so we don't know if sex actually helps people live longer, or if healthier people are just having more sex," says Lehmiller. "But from what we know about the other health benefits of sex, it probably won't hurt to have more of it!" 
  •  Sex strengthens relationships

 Oxytocin, also known as the "love hormone," is released during physical intimacy and skin-to-skin contact—and it can help increase romantic feelings between you and your partner, says Lehmiller.

Want to boost that bond even more? Be sure to cuddle after sex: A University of Toronto study found that couples who were asked to spend extra time together after sex—kissing, talking, and being affectionate—reported higher levels of satisfaction with their sex lives and with their relationships.
  • Sex is the key to lasting happiness

Physical intimacy can be difficult to maintain as people age, especially if chronic illnesses get in the way. But people couples can especially benefit from staying sexually active, according to a 2014 study from Johns Hopkins University on adults ages 58 to 85: Researchers found that couples who regularly engaged in sexual activity—even as little as once a month—reported greater marital satisfaction and happier relationships than those who hadn't in a year or more. Sexual activity didn't have to mean intercourse, either, or result in orgasm; the study authors say that anything couples do together to stimulate sexual arousal can have a lasting benefit.
  • Sex makes you smarter

A 2010 Princeton University study found that rats that have more frequent sex show more neuron growth in the hippocampus, a key brain region for learning and memory. "We know there are chemicals released during sex that activate the brain's rewards center, so it makes sense that this neurogenesis happens in people, as well," says Lehmiller. "In some ways, sex could potentially make you smarter!"
  • Sex makes you look younger

Research presented at the 2013 British Psychological Society annual meeting found that study subjects who had frequent sex (at least three times a week for people in their 40s and 50s) look between four and seven years younger than those who had less. Why? Lead author David Weeks, PhD, suspects the endorphins and feel-good chemicals released during intimacy, plus sex's beneficial effects on sleep and stress levels. Sex also boosts blood flow and helps regulate hormones, says Mark, which can both have positive effects on skin's appearance.
  • Sex makes you want even more sex

It may sound counterintuitive, but having sex has actually been shown to increase libido, says Mark—in other words, the more you have, the more you want. "Even if you don't have much desire in the first place, getting started can help you get in the mood, and it can also give you back some of that desire in the long run," she says. And with all of these other healthy reasons to have sex, why not do it even more?

Article Source from: www.health.com

How too much mangoes can affect your health?


When one often succumbs to over eat mangoes, it is usual that there would be side effects of it too as we all know too much consumption of anything isn’t very good for our health. Mango is the King of Fruits, mangoes are eaten ripen as dessert in different forms whereas unripe mango is consumed in the form of chutneys, pickles or as sour and sweet combo of flavoring agent. Mangoes enriched with phytochemicals and nutrients tempts us to over eat mangoes that has some side effects too.

How to find the best mangoes? Unlike many other fruits, the color of the skin isn’t necessarily an indication of how ripe a mango is. Mangoes come in a range of skin colors—including yellow, peach, red, and orange and many good ones contain some green skin, too. To have the best mango, test if the mango is ripe by pressing the skin slightly with your thumb. There should be just a little give, but not a squish. If it’s rock hard to the touch, it’s not ready to eat. Mangos can be considered ready to eat when slightly soft to the touch and yield to gentle pressure but again we all know it doesn’t look like a big deal but the effects of overeating mangoes are serious and it can impact multiple areas of our lives. While overeating is often made easy by society, the long-term costs outweigh the benefits of that extra bite, let’s find out how.

Side Effects of Overeating Mangoes:

Increases Blood Sugar Level:


Ripe mangoes are a rich source of sugar so they usually become the reason of rise in blood sugar level. Individuals suffering from diabetes are advised not to eat ripe mangoes as the fruit often becomes dangerous for them.

Diarrhea:


A mango of medium size has 3 gram of fiber in it. When you’re not able to hold your temptation over mangoes, you’re consuming excessive amount of fiber that causes diarrhea thus over eating of mangoes should be completely restrained!
Weight Gain:

It is true that mangoes are high in natural sugars containing about 31 grams per mango. They are laden with calories but they are not bad in nature. We are here talking about the excessive eating of mango that often results in weight gain. Being a rich source of sugar, it is considered bad for people on weight loss. So, if you are keen to maintain your waist line, avoid over eating of mangoes.

Allergic Reactions:


The peel of mangoes is responsible for the allergy in most occasions. The allergic reaction is not deadly, but the anaphylactic shock may occur in very few cases.

Artificial ripening is common in developing countries and practiced by farmers and sellers to fetch a good price early in the season. Ripening agents such as calcium carbide, banned in many countries, are used for artificial ripening of mangoes and other fruits that causes too much to our health.

Contact dermatitis:


Mango is known to control a chemical called urushiol. Several people are more prone to contact dermatitis that causes skin to feel burned. In sensitive individuals, urushiol can cause an allergic skin rash on contact.

Tips For Mango Intake:


The consumption of mango differs for every individual depending on their weight goals. The consumption of mango can depend on your choice of intake of calorie. Healthy ways to eat mangoes include using them in moderation in your milkshakes or smoothies, tossing them into a green salad, grilling them on the barbeque to enjoy a dessert or making them part of a main course such as mango curries. When checking for quality of mangoes, choose fruits that are ripe. Check to ensure that there is no bruising on the skin or decay of fruit. Spotted mangoes may come from trees attacked by fungus or insects. You may prefer fleshy mangoes over string ones. Stringy mangoes maybe eaten raw but you may not enjoy them in a salad or shake.
When one often succumbs to over eat mangoes, it is usual that there would be side effects of it too as we all know too much consumption of anything isn’t very good for our health. Mango is the King of Fruits, mangoes are eaten ripen as dessert in different forms whereas unripe mango is consumed in the form of chutneys, pickles or as sour and sweet combo of flavoring agent. Mangoes enriched with phytochemicals and nutrients tempts us to over eat mangoes that has some side effects too.
How to find the best mangoes? Unlike many other fruits, the color of the skin isn’t necessarily an indication of how ripe a mango is. Mangoes come in a range of skin colors—including yellow, peach, red, and orange and many good ones contain some green skin, too. To have the best mango, test if the mango is ripe by pressing the skin slightly with your thumb. There should be just a little give, but not a squish. If it’s rock hard to the touch, it’s not ready to eat. Mangos can be considered ready to eat when slightly soft to the touch and yield to gentle pressure but again we all know it doesn’t look like a big deal but the effects of overeating mangoes are serious and it can impact multiple areas of our lives. While overeating is often made easy by society, the long-term costs outweigh the benefits of that extra bite, let’s find out how.

Side Effects of Overeating Mangoes:

Increases Blood Sugar Level:

Ripe mangoes are a rich source of sugar so they usually become the reason of rise in blood sugar level. Individuals suffering from diabetes are advised not to eat ripe mangoes as the fruit often becomes dangerous for them.

Diarrhea:

A mango of medium size has 3 gram of fiber in it. When you’re not able to hold your temptation over mangoes, you’re consuming excessive amount of fiber that causes diarrhea thus over eating of mangoes should be completely restrained!

Weight Gain:

It is true that mangoes are high in natural sugars containing about 31 grams per mango. They are laden with calories but they are not bad in nature. We are here talking about the excessive eating of mango that often results in weight gain. Being a rich source of sugar, it is considered bad for people on weight loss. So, if you are keen to maintain your waist line, avoid over eating of mangoes.

Allergic Reactions:

The peel of mangoes is responsible for the allergy in most occasions. The allergic reaction is not deadly, but the anaphylactic shock may occur in very few cases.
Artificial ripening is common in developing countries and practiced by farmers and sellers to fetch a good price early in the season. Ripening agents such as calcium carbide, banned in many countries, are used for artificial ripening of mangoes and other fruits that causes too much to our health.

Contact dermatitis:

Mango is known to control a chemical called urushiol. Several people are more prone to contact dermatitis that causes skin to feel burned. In sensitive individuals, urushiol can cause an allergic skin rash on contact.

Tips For Mango Intake:

The consumption of mango differs for every individual depending on their weight goals. The consumption of mango can depend on your choice of intake of calorie. Healthy ways to eat mangoes include using them in moderation in your milkshakes or smoothies, tossing them into a green salad, grilling them on the barbeque to enjoy a dessert or making them part of a main course such as mango curries. When checking for quality of mangoes, choose fruits that are ripe. Check to ensure that there is no bruising on the skin or decay of fruit. Spotted mangoes may come from trees attacked by fungus or insects. You may prefer fleshy mangoes over string ones. Stringy mangoes maybe eaten raw but you may not enjoy them in a salad or shake.
- See more at: http://htv.com.pk/health/how-too-much-mangoes-can-affect-your-health#sthash.dEGpa2S4.dpuf
When one often succumbs to over eat mangoes, it is usual that there would be side effects of it too as we all know too much consumption of anything isn’t very good for our health. Mango is the King of Fruits, mangoes are eaten ripen as dessert in different forms whereas unripe mango is consumed in the form of chutneys, pickles or as sour and sweet combo of flavoring agent. Mangoes enriched with phytochemicals and nutrients tempts us to over eat mangoes that has some side effects too.
How to find the best mangoes? Unlike many other fruits, the color of the skin isn’t necessarily an indication of how ripe a mango is. Mangoes come in a range of skin colors—including yellow, peach, red, and orange and many good ones contain some green skin, too. To have the best mango, test if the mango is ripe by pressing the skin slightly with your thumb. There should be just a little give, but not a squish. If it’s rock hard to the touch, it’s not ready to eat. Mangos can be considered ready to eat when slightly soft to the touch and yield to gentle pressure but again we all know it doesn’t look like a big deal but the effects of overeating mangoes are serious and it can impact multiple areas of our lives. While overeating is often made easy by society, the long-term costs outweigh the benefits of that extra bite, let’s find out how.

Side Effects of Overeating Mangoes:

Increases Blood Sugar Level:

Ripe mangoes are a rich source of sugar so they usually become the reason of rise in blood sugar level. Individuals suffering from diabetes are advised not to eat ripe mangoes as the fruit often becomes dangerous for them.

Diarrhea:

A mango of medium size has 3 gram of fiber in it. When you’re not able to hold your temptation over mangoes, you’re consuming excessive amount of fiber that causes diarrhea thus over eating of mangoes should be completely restrained!

Weight Gain:

It is true that mangoes are high in natural sugars containing about 31 grams per mango. They are laden with calories but they are not bad in nature. We are here talking about the excessive eating of mango that often results in weight gain. Being a rich source of sugar, it is considered bad for people on weight loss. So, if you are keen to maintain your waist line, avoid over eating of mangoes.

Allergic Reactions:

The peel of mangoes is responsible for the allergy in most occasions. The allergic reaction is not deadly, but the anaphylactic shock may occur in very few cases.
Artificial ripening is common in developing countries and practiced by farmers and sellers to fetch a good price early in the season. Ripening agents such as calcium carbide, banned in many countries, are used for artificial ripening of mangoes and other fruits that causes too much to our health.

Contact dermatitis:

Mango is known to control a chemical called urushiol. Several people are more prone to contact dermatitis that causes skin to feel burned. In sensitive individuals, urushiol can cause an allergic skin rash on contact.

Tips For Mango Intake:

The consumption of mango differs for every individual depending on their weight goals. The consumption of mango can depend on your choice of intake of calorie. Healthy ways to eat mangoes include using them in moderation in your milkshakes or smoothies, tossing them into a green salad, grilling them on the barbeque to enjoy a dessert or making them part of a main course such as mango curries. When checking for quality of mangoes, choose fruits that are ripe. Check to ensure that there is no bruising on the skin or decay of fruit. Spotted mangoes may come from trees attacked by fungus or insects. You may prefer fleshy mangoes over string ones. Stringy mangoes maybe eaten raw but you may not enjoy them in a salad or shake.
- See more at: http://htv.com.pk/health/how-too-much-mangoes-can-affect-your-health#sthash.dEGpa2S4.dpuf