Printable Mango Coloring Pages

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The mango is a tropical fruit native to India. It is cultivated in Southeast Asia, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, Indonesia, Florida, Hawaii, Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, and Central American countries.

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Printable Mango Coloring Pages

mango black and white
mango black and white
mango coloring images
mango coloring images
mango coloring page for print
mango coloring page for print
mango coloring pictures
mango coloring pictures
mango image coloring page
mango image coloring page

Mango is known as “peach of the tropics”: sweet, tasty, and refreshing. Its consumption is suitable for the entire population: children and young people, adults, sportsmen and women, pregnant or nursing mothers, and the elderly.

It belongs to the family of the Anacardi√°ceas or cashew, which presents more than 50 different species, of which only a few are used as edible fruit.

Its fruit is fleshy, its weight varies from 150 g to 2 kg with an oval shape, somewhat oblong, and obtuse at the ends.\

Its skin is smooth and thick with a color that varies from green to yellow with pink, red, or violet tones where it receives direct sunlight.

Its pulp is intense yellow, bordering on orange, juicy and refreshing, especially when well ripe. Its bone is fibrous and often penetrates the flesh.

A 300g mango covers all the needs of an adult for vitamin A and C (antioxidants that help reduce the risk of multiple diseases, including cardiovascular, degenerative, and even cancer) and is an excellent source of beta-carotene. Its main component is water, and it is very rich in minerals (magnesium and potassium).

As we already know, the mango is an important fruit, but it is more critical because of the benefits it brings to our organism. This fruit helps us with heart diseases because of the amount of potassium and vitamins it possesses.

Many studies show that an increase in potassium and a decrease in sodium is the perfect combination to prevent these types of conditions.

It also helps the skin and hair because of the amount of vitamin A that this fruit provides to our body.

It is beneficial for the growth of body tissues and the production of sebum that keeps hair hydrated. So do not stop consuming mango because it will help you in this and many other things.