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Is Mango good for platelet count? 

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It can be supposed that among the studied fruit, lichi, guava, and ripe mango may be preferable for dietary prevention of atherosclerosis.

The study revealed that mango peels as a potential source of phenolic compounds which may be utilized as an ingredient for the preparation of functional foods.

Close monitoring of the platelet count is useful in the management of these cases.

Studies indicate mango possesses antidiabetic, anti-oxidant, anti-viral, cardiotonic, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory properties.

Mangifera Indica (Mango)
01 Jan 2010Pharmacognosy Reviews      262 citations

In conclusion, quantification of thrombus formation by platelet count is a sensitive and robust method that enables measurement of platelet accumulation and platelet stability in an absolute scale that could be used for comparisons between research groups.

The study demonstrated that this method meets the criteria for a reference platelet count.

Platelet count and plateletcrit could be used as markers of disease severity.

These techniques provide valuable screening tools for health benefits derived from mango phytochemicals.

The study provided a phytochemical evidence for further development and utilization of mango leaves in health products.