Mango-King of fruit; National fruit of Pakistan

Mango (Aam), the king of the fruits, is considered a national fruit of Pakistan. Having numerous species and yet no one may count its complete species in the whole world. Mango produced in the Pakistani environment isn’t found anywhere in the world. “East or West Pakistani Mangos are the Best.”Mango is used for eating shakes and juices.


Mango has a delicious juicy flavor. It is undoubtedly summer’s topmost fruit. We can certainly enjoy the king of fruit in different ways. Mango is a valid substitute for refined sweets because it maintains our sugar cravings.  Mangoes contain a higher level of calories and sugar. A cup full of sliced mangoes has 100 calories. 

Mango-Love Fruit

National fruit mango is considered as a ‘love fruit.’ It contains qualities of aphrodisiac that help to increase virility levels in men. Therefore due to this quality, mangoes boost our love and passion. Moreover, it is a luscious and sweet fruit that helps to improve our immune system, enhances the skin glow, and makes the hair more healthy.

Facts and Benefits of Mango

As a delicious fruit, Mango is the famous fruit in the whole world. It is a splendid, flavourful, delicious, and pulpy fruit. Moreover, mangoes have a quality benefit for good health. So when we take a bite of its tropical fruit; we find ourselves more blissful due to its taste.

  • 200 plus species
  • Grow up in tropical and warm temperature
  • It belongs to the Anacardiaceous plants family
  • Helps in fighting cancer
  • Maintain cholesterol level
  • It helps in cleansing of skin
  • Regulate diabetes
  •  alkalize our body
  • Helpful in losing weight
  • An Aphrodisiac fruit
  • Prevent Heatstroke
  • Make eyes healthy
  • improves immune system
  • High Iron content
  • Improve concentration and memory


Nutritional Value of Mango

One cup of diced Mango (170 grams) have 

  • 100 cal
  • Fiber 3.5 gm 
  • Sugar 28 gm 
  • protein1 gm 
  • Vitamin A 25 %
  • Vitamin C 76 %
  • Potassium 257 mg 
  • Vitamin B-6 0.2 

 Mangoes are a great source of nutrients that help to take benefit of health. The nutrients include vitamin A, B, C, K minerals and also contain antioxidants. Blood clotting can prevent the disease of Anemia by vitamin K. Mangoes help to strengthen our bones. Mangoes are a rich source of vitamin  C. It improves our blood vessels and collagen, which help in healing.

Mangoes for Diabetes

Diabetic patients are somehow skeptical about having this flavourful fruit.

 The sugar present in the fruit provides 90% of the calories that should be noticed. Because it may cause an increase in the sugar level in diabetic patients, if you are a diabetic patient and are craving some mangoes, you should have a small portion of the fruit. You should avoid having a large part of the fruit.



The diabetic patient should have a keen view of the daily ratio of calories consumed and then should have a check on sugar level. Patients with diabetes are advised to have the pulp of the mango and should avoid shakes and juices. It’s of utmost importance to discuss with the doctor to have the correct amount of fruit.

 The Glycemic index of mango is 51. So mango is considered as a  low Glycemic index food.

GI index helps to measure the effects of our diet on blood sugar levels. Mango is a pulpy fruit having antioxidant properties. It keeps checking the sugar level.

Origin of Mango

Mango is the world’s great esteemed fruit. It is known as a native fruit of the Subcontinent and Asia. Mangoes can be found in almost all regions across the world. That’s why the fruit is considered as “The King” of all fruits. The fruit is cultivated in February/March, Before the summer season. We receive this fruit in markets from May till September.

 Mango Producing Regions

Almost 1300 types of mangoes are observed in the Subcontinent. Nearly 125 varieties of Mango are cultivated in Sindh. Pakistan produces mangoes in nearly all of the country’s provinces, but most of the quantity we get from Punjab and Sindh.

 Pakistan produces almost ten lacs tons of fruit; Sindh makes 50 percent, nearly five lacs tons. In Punjab province, Multan and Mirpurkhas are the main cities that produce many mangoes. Rahim Yar Khan is another city with many mangoes; mangoes are cultivated on almost 26,000 acres.

Varieties of Mangoes

Mangoes have diversification in their types. Some of them are very famous among the people of Pakistan, Like Sindhri, Langra, Chaunsa, Fajri, Anwar Ratole, Dasehri, Saroli, Tuta Pari, etc.



As Mango is famous as a “King of the Fruits” the Sindhri variety is renowned for “The King of Mango, It is known as the topmost variety of Pakistan.

 Its color is yellow, and it’s delicious. The Father of  Muhammad Khan Junejo brought this variety from Bombay, the Prime minister of Pakistan. He cultivated this variety in the region of Sindhi which is why its name is known as Sindhi.

Anwar Raton

This variety also has a yellow color and is small in size. This variety of Mango is famous for its flavourful taste. ‘mini powerhouse ‘is another name of this variety. It is produced in the regions of Punjab and Sindh. It was cultivated in the village of Ratul in Uttar Pradesh, India. That’s why it is known as Anwar Raton.


Chaunsa was cultivated in South Asia. This is an export-quality product cultivated in Pakistan. 


Dussehra’s name is derived from a village called Amman Dussehra. This variety is so tasty and greenish-yellow in color. 

Cons of Mango

1. Diarrhea

Excessive intake of this fruit causes diarrhea: Mango is rich in fiber; when it is eaten more than required, it will cause diarrhea. 

2. Sugar levels

 Mangoes are high in sugar, and eating plenty of them can cause weight gain and can even affect diabetic patients who have higher sugar levels.

3. Sour throat

When national-fruit-of-pakistanwe consume an excess of Mango, it gets worn out in the throat; it happens when the head of the Mango is not cleaned correctly, or its light is not removed from the fluid.

4. Cons of Raw Mango

 Consuming raw Mango can cause diseases such as eye disease, nausea, and dream defects. In addition, drinking milk after finishing raw Mango can cause health issues..

5. Allergies and arthritis

 People get allergies by eating mango food, their eyes get water, the nose starts flowing, and respiratory problems may also increase. Arthritis should reduce the intake of mangoes. However, if anyone is consuming it, the disease may increase. 

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