Globally several hundreds of mango varieties are known. The product is originally native to the sub-himalayan plains in Asia over 4000 years ago. The majority of this fruit is now wild grown in tropical regions all over the world, mostly ripen for six months around summer. The aromatic fruit may have a color varying between yellow, orange, green and red, depending on its variation. Most fresh mangoes sold in western supermarkets are those with yellow mesocarp. Besides, some varieties are familiar due to its interesting commercial purpose. Some of the high classified varieties are Alphonso and Totapuri (India), Tommy Atkins (Brazil) and Chato de Ica (Peru/Ecuador). It is a very functional edible fruit, mostly known for its high nutritional values. It contains high amounts of probiotic fibers and over 20 different minerals and vitamins, such as A, B, C, E and K. Therefore, it alkalizes your body, strengthens your immune system, improves your eye sight and concentration level, and so forth. Besides Mango is a super fruit for diabetics due to its slow gly-chemical response.