Can you remember a week, or even a day that has gone by where we didn’t hear something about the Kardashians’? On any given day, we could have our pick of the litter and talk about any one of them. Well, on the hot seat today is…*drum roll please*…Ms. Khloé!
According to People.com, Khloé Kardashian has been by ex-NBA player, Lamar Odom’s, side since his overdose and near death in October. Despite caring for her estranged husband, who was found unconscious in a Vegas brother, their relationship isn’t romantic. An insider told PEOPLE, “Khloé and Lamar are definitely not getting back together.”
Over the Memorial Day weekend, Khloé not only switched teams but switched sports as she went from the basketball court to the football field. There were reports that Ms. Khloé and NY Giants wide receiver superstar, Odell Beckham Jr., were being extremely flirtatious and grinding with one another at Drake’s Memorial Day BBQ.
According, Hollywoodlife.com, an inside source confessed, “Lamar is not one to be jealous but seeing Khloé with a young stud like Odell has made him heated.”
Forget “damnnn Daniel”. More like, damnnnn Khloé! Summer has already heated up for this Kardashian. Her three-ingredient Mango Popsicle that was recently posted on her Instagram it’s exactly what she needs to cool this love triangle down.
These are too easy to not try! My mango popsicles only need 3 ingredients!!! Recipe on my app. ? Link in bio
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Here are the top 6 benefits of mango that will help you cool down in the summer months.
1) Prevents Cancer & Boosts Immune
Research has shown that mangos contain antioxidant compounds, which help protect against leukemia and cancers of the breast, colon, and prostate. These include quercetin, astragalin, isoquercitrin, fisetin, methyl gallate, gallic acid, and other enzymes.
This fruit also have generous amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin A, plus 25 different kinds of carotenoids that keeps the immune system healthy and strong.
2) Keeps Blood Pressure and Cholesterol In Check
Mangos have high levels of Vitamin C, fibers, and pectin (which helps lower serum cholesterol levels), specifically Low-Density Lipoprotein, (aka-the bad stuff.) It also contains a rich source of potassium. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure.
3) Clears Skin
Mangos are rich in beta-carotene, which is converted to Vitamin A. Some of us may know that Vitamin A is a nutrient that helps prevent dull skin and acne. Mangos can be used also externally to clear up clogged pores and eliminate pimples. According to healthimpactnews.com, just slice a mango into thin pieces and keep them on your face for 10 to 15 minutes. Then take a bath or wash your face. The results will shock you!
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4) Improves Digestion
Papayas are not the only fruit that contains enzymes that help break down protein in the body. The fibrous nature of mangos helps in digestion and elimination. Mangos are high in minerals, vitamins and pre-biotic dietary fiber.
5) Promotes Healthy Sex Life
If you’re trying to improve your sex life, snacking on mangos can help increase sex hormones. Mangos are called the “love fruit” because it contains aphrodisiac qualities, in both men and women. The Vitamin E in mangos helps regulate sex hormones and boosts sex drive. According to elitedaily.com, mangos, along with other fruits, can actually help females taste better, if you catch my drift.
6) Helps Fight Heatstroke
Whether it’s the sun bogging you down, or a steamy love triangle, mangos can help cool you off. Just chop a mango in a juicer, add a little water and a tablespoon of honey, the juice will instantly cool you down and prevent a heat stroke.
Whether the Khloé and Odell rumors are true or not, it’s a safe to say…blame the mango!
Written by: Caroline Ames