Tropical Fruits


We are gradually becoming accustomed to the presence of tropical fruits. They are the perfect choice for their versatility in the kitchen, refreshing nature and full flavour, brimming with nuances. Bollo brings us these tropical delicacies to add that exotic touch to our table.



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The health benefits of mango

Mango can be very good for you as part of your daily diet. It helps the body in various ways, such as helping to lose weight and get rid of toxins, and it also contains vitamin C and various minerals. Having this fleshy tropical fruit at hand is an excellent idea.

Mango contains significant antioxidant properties, as it is high in vitamin C, which is also very positive for the immune system. In addition, it provides iron, phosphorus, calcium and sugars.

Due to its high fibre content, mango also stimulates the digestive system, helping you to lose weight thanks to its laxative properties. In fact, a simple pineapple and mango smoothie will help in losing weight.

Mango can also be very beneficial for the skin, as it has intense moisturising properties that can help with dry skin. A good idea is to apply a homemade mango mask for dry skin.

Mango also has diuretic properties, given its water content. It also helps with breathing and oxygenation, helping to clear the airways.

Mango recipes:

Nutritional values per 100 grams

  • Calories: 61,13 (259 kJ)
  • Carbohydrates: 12’8 g
  • Proteins: 0’63 g
  • Fibre: 1’7 g
  • Fat: 0’45 g
  • Sodium: 5 mg
  • Calcium: 12 mg
  • Potassium: 170 mg
  • Vitamin A: 0’21 mg
  • Vitamin B1: 0,05 mg
  • Vitamin C: 37 mg

Other types of tropical fruits


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