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Can you guess which fruit is the most widely consumed in the world? This same fruit can also keep your heart healthy. The answer? Mango!
The Doctors share a new study out of UC Davis that found two cups of mango a day had beneficial effects on blood pressure and can even help relax blood vessels as little as two hours after consuming. The study was conducted on post-menopausal women which dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra is happy to see since these women are not often a test group.
Mangoes have over 20 vitamins and nutrients and even if it's not as convenient as grabbing an apple, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork urges viewers to not forget about this fabulous fruit!
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon points out you can have mangoes at every meal; toss some on your cereal for breakfast, on your salad for lunch, and mix it in with your dinner entree.