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Pamper yourslef with th king of fruits and relish its goodness while in abundance.
Seasonal fruits are tastier and cheaper during the season. So, make the most of summertime to relish your favourite fruits in the sun.
Summer fruits are mostly fleshy and juicy and has many health benefits. You can eat them raw or make juices, smoothies, salads or ice-creams.
It is a well-know fact that mango, the king of fruits, reign across the country during summer.
Of the many varieties, Dussheri mango is the most common. Popular for its rich aroma and sweetness, it comes cheaper and are commonly available than Alphonso, Kesar, Safeda. Langra, Totapuri or Mallika.
Now that monsoon is arriving, the price of Dussheri mangoes, Rs.80-85 per kg now, is set to fall. Last year the price during monsoon fell to Rs.25-40 a kg. Unlike other types of mangoes, the shelf life of dussheri mangoes is shorter. Which is why the price is reduced for faster sale before it rots.
So make hay while the sun shines. Buy them in bulk when the price fall. Enjoy them as much as you can. Store them as jam, jelly, pickles and other delights.
Look up for different mango flavoured food recipe and try them out. Consume them daily for health and beauty.
Going by the Indian Ayurveda wellness approach, mango is popular for its immunity factors. Owing to the rich fibre, Vitamin A, C, and antioxidant compounds present in it, the fruit and its leaves are used to treat many infections, inclduign stomach infection. According to several studies, it also helps improve bowel system, prevent different types of cancers, lowers cholesterol, protects the heart, and treat diabetes.
Mango is good not only for health, but also for eyes and skin. Regular intake of the fruit can give you sparkling eyes and glowing skin. You can also treat yourslef to mango facepack which you can do it yourself at home.
Pamper yourslef with this king of fruits. Relish the goodness of this delightful fruit while in abundance. Help yourself to different sweet dishes made of mangoes. Stay healthy and strong with mangoes.
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