Top
Generating Graphs...
Loading...

Difference between Mango and Pineapple

swap <> Difference between Pineapple and Mango
?
Benefits of including Mango & Pineapple in our diet. Benefits </> More »
?
Benefits of Mango & Pineapple for our health. Health Benefits
Heart care, Prevents strokes, Cures fatigue, Cancer prevention
Heart care, Increases metabolic rate, Asthma treatment, Bronchitis treatment, Cancer prevention
+
?
Other General benefits of consuming Mango & Pineapple. General Benefits
Anti oxidant properties, Boosts immune system, Controls blood pressure, Digestive aid, Improves eye vision, Maintains healthy cholesterol level
Anti-inflammatory properties, Controls blood pressure, Digestive aid, Eye care, Healing of wounds, Maintains healthy cholesterol level, Strengthens bones, Treatment of sinusitis, Treatment of common cold
?
Benefits of Mango & Pineapple for skin. Skin Benefits
Anti-aging benefits, Brightens and lightens complexion, Skin cleansing, Skin rejuvenation, Treatment of acne, Treatment of blackheads, Treatment of dark spots
Anti-aging benefits, Brightens and lightens complexion, Skin cleansing, Treatment of acne, Treatment of dark spots
?
Hair Benefits of Mango & Pineapple. Hair Benefits
Good conditioner, Prevents hair loss, Treatment of dandruff
Prevents hair loss
?
Allergy of fruits is defined as the damaging Immune response by the body to certain fruits. Allergy
?
Allergy symptoms of Mango and Pineapple fruit. Allergy Symptoms
Abdominal pains, Breathing difficulty, Diarrhea, Runny nose, Sneezing, Swelling of mouth, tongue or lips, Watery eyes
Abdominal pains, Itching in tongue and other parts of mouth, Sneezing, Swelling, Tingling sensation in wrist and face, Vomiting, Wheezing
?
Undesirable effects of Mango & Pineapple on body. Side Effects
Increase in blood sugar level, Diarrhoea, Weight gain
Causes swollen mouth, Allergic reaction, Diarrhoea, Nausea, Skin rash, Vomiting
+
?
It tells you whether Mango and Pineapple are allowed for following conditions or not. Recommeded for
?
Know whether Mango and Pineapple are allowed for pregnant women or not. Pregnant Women
+
?
Know whether Mango and Pineapple are allowed for lactating women or not. Lactating Women
+
?
Best time to eat Mango and Pineapple. Best Time to Eat
Morning time (before lunch), Eat the fresh ones, avoid mixing with any other foods, don't eat after meal., Don't consume at night and before bed
Best if taken as a breakfast (or empty stomach), Morning time (before lunch), As a snack in the late afternoon, Eat the fresh ones, avoid mixing with any other foods, don't eat after meal.
?
Nutrition is the process of obtaining food or nutrients necessary for growth and health. Nutrition </> More »
?
Organic compounds that include sugars, starch and cellulose. Carbs are the primary source of energy. Carbs
15.00 g
27
+
13.12 g
37
+
+
?
Indigestible part of food that is obtained from plants. Fibers contain substances like cellulose, lignin, pectin and is Important for blood sugar control, Heart health, Skin health, weight loss etc. Fiber
1.60 g
30
+
1.40 g
32
+
+
?
These are soluble, crystalline, sweet-tasting carbohydrates found in living tissues. Sugar
13.70 g
9
+
9.85 g
23
+
+
?
Proteins are molecules composed of one or more long chains of amino acids and are necessary for proper functioning of body cells. Protein
0.80 g
37
+
0.54 g
48
+
+
?
Protein to Carb Ratio. Protein to Carb Ratio
0.05
22
+
0.04
24
+
+
?
Vitamins are organic compounds and a source of essential amino acids to the body. Vitamins
?
A type of Vitamin needed for vision, healthy skin, mucous membranes, bone and tooth growth and to immune system health. Vitamin A (Retinol)
54.00 mcg
11
+
3.00 mcg
32
+
+
?
It is a part of an enzyme needed for energy metabolism and is Important for nerve functioning. Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
0.03 mg
33
+
0.08 mg
10
+
+
?
Part of an enzyme important for normal vision and skin health. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
0.04 mg
24
+
0.03 mg
28
+
+
?
A Vitamin belonging to Vitamin B complex which aids in better blood circulation and energy. Higher amounts of Niacin improves cholesterol levels and lowers cardiovascular risks. Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
0.70 mg
18
+
0.50 mg
30
+
+
?
Part of an enzyme important for nervous system, digestive system, and skin health. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
0.20 mg
32
+
0.21 mg
29
+
+
?
Part of an enzyme needed for protein metabolism and helps in making red blood cells. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxin)
0.12 mg
11
+
0.11 mg
13
+
+
?
Part of an enzyme needed for making DNA and new cells, especially red blood cells. Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)
43.00 mcg
4
+
18.00 mcg
17
+
+
?
An Antioxidant and part of an enzyme needed for protein metabolism. It’s Important for immune system health and aids in iron absorption. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
36.40 mg
22
+
47.80 mg
17
+
+
?
An Antioxidant and protects cell walls. Vitamin E (Tocopherole)
0.90 mg
10
+
0.02 mg
41
+
+
?
Part of an enzyme needed for proper blood clotting. Vitamin K (Phyllochinone)
4.20 mcg
17
+
0.70 mcg
30
+
+
?
A type of carotenoid composed of long chain of eleven conjugated double bonds which prevents heart diseases and certain types of cancers. Lycopene
3.00 mcg
8
+
0.00 mcg
9
+
+
?
These are two types of carotenoids which are yellow to red pigments found in fruits and vegetables. Important for antioxidant functions in the body. Lutein+Zeaxanthin
23.00 mcg
28
+
0.00 mcg
36
+
+
?
A highly basic compound important in the synthesis and transport of lipids in the body. Choline
7.60 mg
13
+
5.50 mg
23
+
+
?
Fats are group of natural esters of glycerol and various fatty acids. Fat
0.38 g
5
+
0.12 g
8
+
+
?
Minerals are solid, naturally occurring inorganic substances that are found in fruits. Minerals
?
Potassium helps to maintain the proper acid to base ratios in the body and plays an important role in synthesizing proteins from amino acids. Potassium
168.00 mg
49
+
109.00 mg
66
+
+
?
Iron helps our red blood cells for transportation of oxygen to all the parts of the body. Regulates cell growth and cell differentiation. Iron
0.16 mg
47
+
0.29 mg
36
+
+
?
Helps to maintain healthy teeth and bones. Also necessary for proper functioning of heart, muscles and nerves. Calcium
11.00 mg
32
+
13.00 mg
28
+
+
?
A type of mineral which helps in normal functioning of muscles and nerves. Also helps regulate the heart beat and to keep bones stronger. Magnesium
10.00 mg
25
+
12.00 mg
23
+
+
?
A type of mineral important to increase the immunity of body and is used to make proteins and DNA. Zinc
0.09 mg
24
+
0.12 mg
21
+
+
?
Phosphorus is very important for the formation of bones and teeth. Phosphorus
14.00 mg
32
+
8.00 mg
40
+
+
?
Type of mineral needed for enzyme structure. Helps to maintain healthy bone structure & protects skin against UV light. Manganese
0.06 mg
39
+
0.93 mg
4
+
+
?
Copper is needed for synthesis of hemoglobin and proper Iron metabolism. Copper
0.11 mg
18
+
0.11 mg
19
+
+
?
Being an Antioxidant, selenium plays a key role in the body’s detoxification system. Selenium
0.60 mcg
10
+
0.10 mcg
16
+
+
?
They are carboxylic acids which consist of a hydrocarbon chain and a terminal carboxyl group, especially any of those present as esters in fats and oils. Fatty Acids
?
Type of fatty acid which lowers the levels of cholesterol and LDL (low-density lipoproteins) in the blood. Omega 3s
51.00 mg
14
+
17.00 mg
27
+
+
?
Type of fatty acid which plays an important role in cell regulation, structure and protection. Omega 6s
19.00 mg
49
+
23.00 mg
48
+
+
?
They are naturally occurring unsaturated steroid alcohols, typically waxy solids. Important for cell signalling and membrane stability. Sterol
?
They are plant sterols and stanols that regulate the absorption of cholesterol from the small intestine and lower LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol in humans. Phytosterol
Not Available
6.00 mg
13
+
+
?
Amount of water present in 100 gm of Mango and Pineapple. Water Content
83.46 g
44
+
86.00 g
33
+
+
?
Mineral nutrients (like calcium, phosphorous, zinc, iron, etc.) make up ash. It is the ultimate residue of food combustion. Ash
0.36 g
35
+
0.22 g
41
+
+
?
It’s an amount of energy that food provides to our body to fuel the metabolic processes. Calories </> More »
?
Amount of calories present in fresh Mango & Pineapple without peel. Calories in Fresh Fruit without Peel
60.00 kcal
11
+
50.00 kcal
14
+
+
?
Calories present in frozen Mango &Pineapple. Calories in Frozen Form
60.00 kcal
12
+
50.00 kcal
15
+
+
?
Calories present in dried Mango & Pineapple. Calories in Dried Form
314.00 kcal
15
+
245.00 kcal
31
+
+
?
Calories present in canned Mango & Pineapple. Calories in Canned Form
75.00 kcal
13
+
52.00 kcal
21
+
+
?
Calorie count of different Mango and Mango items is mentioned ahead. Calories in Foods
?
Calorie content in Mango and Pineapple juice. Calories in Juice
50.00 kcal
30
+
53.00 kcal
27
+
+
?
Calorie content in Mango and Pineapple jam. Calories in Jam
250.00 kcal
19
+
265.00 kcal
13
+
+
?
Calorie content in Mango and Pineapple Pie. Calories in Pie
120.00 kcal
48
+
303.00 kcal
17
+
+
?
Features of Mango & Pineapple that make them unique from the other fruits. Characteristics </> More »
?
Category to which Mango & Pineapple belong! Type
Tree fruit
Berry, Tropical
+
?
Time of the year when Mango & Pineapple are available. Season
Spring, Summer
Autumn
?
Different types of Mango & Pineapple. Varieties
Alphonso, Valencia Pride, Badami, Chaunsa, Nam Dok Mai, Glenn, Sindhri, Madame Francique, Kesar and Keitt
Smooth Cayenne, Abacaxi, Red Spanish and Queen
?
It tells you whether the fruit is available in seedless form or not. Seedless Variety
+
?
Different colors in which Mango & Pineapple are found. Color
Orange, Red, Yellow
Yellow
?
How Mango or Mango feel in your mouth! Texture
Fleshy
Juicy
+
?
Taste of Mango & Pineapple. Taste
Sweet
Strong, Tart, Sweet
?
The place where scientists have traced the genesis of Mango & Pineapple. Origin
Southern Asia
Central America, South America
?
It gives you an idea about the growing environment required needed for the fruits. Grows on
Trees
Not Available
?
Cultivation is defined as the process of production of food by preparing the land to grow crops. Cultivation
?
Type of soil required for proper cultivation of Mango & Pineapple. Soil Type
Clay, Loam, Sand
Clay, Sandy loam, Well-drained
?
It gives the range of pH level of soil. Soil pH
4.5-7
5.5-6
?
Environmental Conditions required to grow Mango & Pineapple. Climatic Conditions
Humid, Warm to hot climate
Hot, Sunny
?
Interesting facts about Mango & Pineapple. Facts </> More »
?
Unique and engaging Information about Mango and Pineapple. Facts about
  • A mango tree can bear fruits even after the age of 300 years.
  • Height of a mango tree can be as high as 100 feet.
  • In India, mango is known as a symbol of love. Also, a mango basket is considered as the sign of friendship.
  • A single pineapple takes 3 years to reach maturation.
  • Pineapple is not an apple, but is actually a berry.
  • The name is with reference to its resemblance to pine cones.
  • Pineapple is sweeter if scales are more.
?
Names of major countries known for growing Mango & Pineapple. Production
?
Country that ranks first in gross production of Mango & Pineapple. Top Producer
India
Costa Rica
+
?
Other countries that are known producers of Mango & Pineapple. Other Countries
Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand
Brazil, India, Philippines, Thailand
?
Countries which exports Mango and Pineapple on largest scale. Top Exporter
Mexico
Costa Rica
+
?
A recognized latin name given to fruits, consisting of a genus and species. Scientific name helps avoiding misunderstandings which can arise by common names. Scientific Name </> More »
?
Botanical Name of Mango and Pineapple. Botanical Name
Mangifera Indica
Ananas comosus
?
The alternate name of and . Synonym
Not Available
Ananas sativus
?
Scientific Classification or Taxonomy is the science of defining groups of living things on the basis of shared characteristics. Classification </> More »
?
It is a taxonomic group comprised of organisms that share a common attribute. Class
Magnoliopsida
Liliopsida
+
?
A taxonomic category of organisms, a subdivision of a class which ranks above an order. Subclass
Rosidae
Commelinidae
+
?
Its nothing but a taxonomic rank used in the classification of organisms and recognized by the nomenclature codes. Order
Sapindales
Poales
+
?
Taxonomic category which groups one or more genera, especially sharing a common attribute. Family
Anacardiaceae
Bromeliaceae
+
?
A category of biological classification ranking between the family and the species, comprising structurally or phylogenetically related species or an isolated species exhibiting unusual differentiation. Genus
Mangifera
Ananas
+
?
It is a group of closely related organisms that are very similar to each other and are usually capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring. Species
M. indica
A. comosus
?
Generic group of Mango and Pineapple. Generic Group
Cashew
Pineapple
+

Mango and Pineapple Differences

Fruits are known to be the excellent sources of nutrition but some fruits have high nutritional value as compared to others. For a serving size of 100 gm, fibre content of Mango is 1.60 g and that of Pineapple is 1.40 g. Fruits are recognized as a good source of minerals but the quantity varies from one fruit to another. For a serving size of 100 gm, the Iron content is 0.16 mg in Mango and 0.29 mg in Pineapple. In Mango, Calories in fresh fruit without peel are 60.00 kcal. On the other hand, Calories without peel in Pineapple are 50.00 kcal. Fruits fall into various categories depending upon their origin and climatic conditions. Mango is a Tree Fruit whereas Pineapple is a Berry, Tropical. Some fruits are seasonal while others are available throughout the year. Mango is available in Spring and Summer whereas Pineapple is available in Autumn. Mango is orange, red and yellow in color whereas Pineapple is yellow in color. Taste of fruits is one of the most important characteristics. It wouldn't be wrong to say that the taste of fruit is as important as the cost. Mango has sweet taste whereas Pineapple has strong, sweet and tart taste. The Origin of Mango is Southern Asia and that of Pineapple is Central America and South America. Mango requires clay, loam and sand type of soil whereas Pineapple needs clay, sandy loam and well-drained type of soil. Fruits are found in different parts of the world but there are few countries that are the leading producers of some fruits. The top producer of Mango is India whereas Mango is produced the most in Costa Rica. The Class of Mango is Magnoliopsida and that of Pineapple is Liliopsida. The Family of Mango is Anacardiaceae whereas the family of Pineapple is Bromeliaceae.

X

OR