Benefits of mango
Mango fruit is rich in carotenoids. Carotenoid is a very good aid in treatment of cold. It is not high in calorie. But very rich in fiber.
Mango should be given very carefully to babies with tendency towards allergy. Generally when someone is allergenic to mango, skin rashes occur. Sometimes babies don't even need to eat mango to experience allergenic symptoms, all they have to do is touch them. Because the rind of the fruit is what causes allergy...
It may cause nappy rash in some babies. For this reason, some doctors advise mothers to give these types of foods to babies earliest at 8th month.
Keep in mind
How should babies eat mango? 
If you want to give mango to your baby, you don't necessarily need to cook it. You can give a soft and ripe mango to your baby without cooking it. Just peel off the rind, remove the seeds and chop it in small sizes. If it is soft enough, you can mash it as well.
Nutritional value per 1 cup of chopped mango;
1261 IU Vitamin A
45.7 mg Vitamin C
6.9 mg Vitamin K
2.85 mg Vitamin E
23 mcg Folate                                                           257 mg Potassium                                                  18 mg Phosphor
22 mg Magnesium
16 mg Calcium