In 2017, a study by researchers at the University of California, Davis, and published in the journal PLOS One found that avocado fruit was higher in glycemic index than mango fruit.
The researchers found that the average carbohydrate content of the two fruit was 0.6g/100g.
In contrast, the average glycemic load of mango fruit was 9.5g/104g.
Mango fruit, which is made from the seeds of a mangosteen tree, contains more sugars and fats than avocado fruit.
So if you’re eating mango fruit, you should also avoid avocado fruit as well as mango fruit as a fruit pun.
In 2018, the American Heart Association declared that avocado fruits were the healthiest fruit, with a glycemic content of only 0.5 to 1.0g/1013mg.
However, it also said that if you want to eat mango fruit instead, it is recommended to eat 2 tablespoons of mango, and if you prefer to eat a mango instead of a avocado fruit the recommended amount is 1 teaspoon of mango.