Eating For Your Health

Trying a Peach Mango Supplement

by Salvador Hill

Some very popular supplements will taste like peaches and mangoes. Lots of those supplements are rich in omega-3 fats for a reason. If you've heard about peach mango supplements, here are a few reasons why you should give them a try.

1. The Peach and Mango Flavor Balances Out the Overall Taste

Some people will avoid getting the exceptionally valuable omega-3 fats that they need because they do not like the taste of fish. The fish species that have a mild flavor tend to be very low in these sorts of fats. These fats are more common in fish like salmon, and salmon has a much richer taste to it. People also might not like walnuts or some of the comparatively uncommon plant sources of omega-3 fats.

The supplements that are full of these particular fats will sometimes also have a mildly fishy taste to them, which can be enough to stop some customers from regularly taking the supplements. They won't be able to get the full benefits that way. Fortunately, it's possible to conceal or modify that taste with the addition of peach or mango flavorings. 

2. They Don't Require Added Fructose or Sugar

People who are reluctant to try a supplement like this because they want to avoid sugar should know that it's possible to add these tastes without using any form of sugar at all. Beverage manufacturers have managed to do so for years. The flavorings in these types of fruit are complex, and it's possible to add hints of them to a supplement or other product without actually using any sugar, including artificial sweeteners. People will also not have to consume fragrances or scents that are artificial.

3. You Don't Have to Worry About Artificial Forms of Flavor or Dyes

Some of the chemicals that are used to change the color of certain processed foods can be at least somewhat toxic. However, those colors are often added for completely aesthetic reasons. They won't have any noticeable effect on the taste of those foods. Some consumers will just like to see them there. They might expect something to have an orange color if it is supposed to taste like a peach, a mango, or both. The manufacturers will add the dyes for that reason. However, there is more demand for natural supplements today. It's easier to find supplements that have mango or peach undertones without any additives that will affect the color of the supplements.