This Pineapple Mango Juice is a great treat to serve at breakfast, brunch, outdoor gatherings, dinner, or any time you want a delicious sweet drink. I especially love that it can be made in less than a minute with a simple mix in the blender.

You should not let this summer go without trying this exotic homemade fruit juice recipe, which is super quick and easy, while being full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Here are a few more of my favorite summery juice options: Strawberry Açaí Lemonade, Mango Juice, and Tamarind Juice.

Definitely, before going to try this refreshing drink, you will want to know about the nutritional and health benefits of pineapple mango juice.

The drink takes very little time to make but offers a lot of nutrition to help with the digestive process. Our pineapple mango juice recipe is naturally sweet and contains no added sugars, which is one of its standout benefits. These two fruits each have a lot to offer on their own, but they produce a fantastic flavor and healthy combination when combined.

Mango Nutrition

The king of fruits is mango. It thrives in tropical climates and has been a popular preference for more than 4000 years. It contains a wide range of minerals and vitamins for human health. Mango is a naturally sweet fruit that does not require additional sugar. It is so sweet on its own, which is why so many of us love eating it.

Mangoes are high in vitamin β-carotene, vitamin C, iron, potassium, and various other nutrients that help the body fight against different diseases and sustain overall body health. Since it is high in potassium, mango juice aids in developing and recovering muscles, making it a favorite among athletes and bodybuilders.

Mango juice also has a relaxing effect on the stomach. The juice contains malic acid, tartaric acid, and citric acid, which helps keep the digestive tract alkaline. It also liberates nausea and vomiting.

Mango extract, when combined with milk, aids in constipation relief because the enzymes in milk break down into smaller enzymes, allowing food to digest properly and maintaining appropriate stools.

Many children and women suffer from anemia, which is a chronic health problem. It is due to a lack of iron in the body. Anemia can lead to various other issues, so it’s essential to eat foods high in iron, which aid in the formation of the protein hemoglobin in the blood.

Mango is an anemia-fighting food, and its juice, if eaten daily, will significantly boost hemoglobin levels. According to several medical trials and research, breathlessness, dizziness, menstrual disturbances, muscle cramps, anxiety disorders, stress, and heart-related diseases have all been linked to a deficiency of iron in the body.

Mango is high in vitamin A, which is good for your eyes. Vitamin A protects the eyes from drying and enhances sight in people with cataracts. A glass of mango juice provides 25% of the body’s daily vitamin A demand, which aids in eye health—additionally, the high pectin and fiber content aids in eye protection.

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Is Pineapple Good For You?

Pineapple is originally a South American fruit, that is now grown all over India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, China, the Philippines, and Kenya.

Manganese, zinc, and vitamins B 6 and C are all in pineapple juice. These nutrients are essential for tissue repair, bone health, energy production, muscle growth, and the immune system. Zinc, phosphorus, calcium, choline, iron, and vitamin K are all present in minor or trace quantities, and several B vitamins are also present.

It is loaded with antioxidants and boosts immunity within the body. It also promotes cell growth and development. Also, anti-oxidants help in reducing inflammation and fighting chronic diseases.

Pineapples contain an enzyme known as bromelain. This enzyme aids in digestion and helps in breaking down protein more efficiently. It also assists with pancreatic insufficiency, which is a situation in which the pancreas is unable to produce enough digestive enzymes.

Because it reduces inflammation, pineapple helps in relieving joint pain caused by arthritis.

Pineapple juice has been shown to possibly have anti-cancer properties. Thanks to the high amount of bromelain in pineapples, which can help destroy toxins and cancer cells. The same enzyme can delay or stop cancerous cell development in the body.

Benefits of Juicing

Both pineapple and mangoes contain loads of vitamin C, which helps to reduce wrinkles and increase collagen production for tighter skin.

Because Vitamin C is found in the fluids inside our eyes, a vitamin C-rich diet can also aid in maintaining this fluid, and also in the prevention of cataract formation.

Also, the fiber from mango mixed with the enzymes from the pineapple will produce a pro-gut health drink that will benefit your digestive system immensely. Then, once you add a pinch of ginger, you’ll reap even more rewards.

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How To Pick A Pineapple?

It can be challenging to find the perfect, juicy pineapple at the local supermarket. Fresh and fully ripe pineapples can have bright and attractive green leaves, as well as a greenish-yellow outer shell. Ripe pineapples should be soft when squeezed, with a firm outer layer.

How To Pick A Mango?

When selecting a mango, don’t be distracted by its color. This is not the sole predictor of ripeness. Carefully squeeze the mango to check the ripeness. You can use your own experience of purchasing fruits such as avocados and peaches; they soften when they ripen.

Ripe mangoes will often get a fruity scent at the stems. The red color that certain varieties exhibit is not an indication of ripeness. Always make decisions based on how it feels.

Pineapple Mango Juice Recipe

  • Pineapple
  • Mango
  • Ginger
  • Water
  • Mint

How To Make Pineapple Mango Juice

Here’s how to make this simple, quick, delicious, and refreshing homemade pineapple mango juice by yourself.

  1. To make a smooth juice, combine all of the ingredients along with 1 cup water in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Strain the juice by using a strainer. If you feel the juice is thick, you can add some more water to it.
  2. Fill serving glasses halfway with the pineapple mango juice. Add a few ice cubes. Garnish with fresh mint leaves, mango chunks, and pineapple wedge. Serve right away, and enjoy.
  3. You can also refrigerate this juice for up to 3 days.

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Nutrition

(Per serving)
  • Energy: 142 kcal / 594 kJ
  • Fat: 1 g
  • Protein: 2 g
  • Carbs: 36 g

Cooking Time

  • Preparation: 10 min
  • Ready in: 10 min
  • For:
  • 4

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. To make a smooth juice, combine all of the ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Strain the juice by using a strainer. If you feel the juice is thick, you can add some more water to it.
  2. Fill serving glasses halfway with the pineapple mango juice. Add a few ice cubes. Garnish with fresh mint leaves, mango chunks, and pineapple wedge. Serve right away, and enjoy.
  3. You can also refrigerate this juice for up to 3 days.
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Michelle Blackwood, RN

Hi, I’m Michelle, I’m the voice, content creator and photographer behind Healthier Steps. I share vegan and gluten-free recipes because of past health issues. My goal is to help you make healthier choices and show you how healthy eating is easy and delicious.