Banana miracle!

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After reading this article, you will look at bananas in a very different way. Bananas contain natural sugars: sucrose, fructose and glucose, as well as fiber. Bananas provide an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy.

Studies have proven that two bananas provide enough energy for an intense 90-minute workout. No wonder bananas are very popular among world-class athletes.

But energy is not the only benefit of bananas. They also help to get rid of or prevent many diseases, which makes them absolutely indispensable in our daily diet.

Depression: According to the recent MIND study among people suffering from depression, many people feel better after eating a banana. This is because bananas contain tryptophan, a protein that is converted in the body to serotonin, which relaxes, elevates mood, and makes you feel happy.

PMS: forget the pills, eat a banana. Vitamin B6 regulates blood glucose levels, which affects mood.

Anemia: iron-rich bananas stimulate the production of hemoglobin in the blood, which helps with anemia.

Pressure: This unique tropical fruit is very rich in potassium, yet low in salts, making it an ideal remedy for high blood pressure. So much so that the US Food and Drug Administration allowed banana manufacturers to officially declare the fruit’s ability to reduce the risk of hypertension and stroke.

Intellectual Power: 200 students at Twickenham School in Middlesex, England ate bananas for breakfast, lunch, and recess all year to boost brain power. Studies have shown that the potassium-rich fruit promotes learning by making students more attentive.

Constipation: bananas are rich in fiber, so eating them can help restore normal bowel function, helping to resolve the problem without laxatives.

Hangover: One of the fastest ways to get rid of a hangover is a banana milkshake with honey. Banana soothes the stomach, combined with honey increases blood sugar levels, while milk calms and rehydrates the body. Heartburn: Bananas contain natural antacids, so if you have heartburn, you can eat bananas to reduce it.

Toxicosis: Snacking on bananas between meals maintains blood sugar levels and helps avoid morning sickness. Mosquito bites: Before using bite cream, try rubbing the bite area with the inside of a banana peel. For many people, this helps to avoid swelling and irritation.

Nerves: bananas are rich in vitamin B, which helps to calm the nervous system. Suffering from being overweight? Research by the Institute of Psychology in Austria found that stress at work causes a desire to “eat stress”, for example, chocolate or chips. In a survey of 5000 hospital patients, the researchers found that the most obese people experience the most stress at work. The report concluded that in order to avoid overeating due to stress, we need to constantly maintain our blood sugar levels by snacking on a carbohydrate-rich meal every two hours.  

Ulcer: banana is used in diets for intestinal disorders due to its soft texture and uniformity. This is the only raw fruit that can be eaten without consequences in a chronic illness. Bananas neutralize acidity and irritation by coating the stomach lining.

Temperature control: In many cultures, bananas are considered a “cooling” fruit that lowers the physical and emotional temperature of pregnant women. In Thailand, for example, pregnant women eat bananas so that their baby is born with a normal temperature.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD): bananas help with SAD because they contain tryptophan, which acts as a natural antidepressant.

Smoking and tobacco use: Bananas can also help people who decide to quit smoking. Vitamins B6 and B12, as well as potassium and magnesium, help the body recover from nicotine withdrawal.

Stress: Potassium is an essential mineral that helps normalize the heartbeat, delivers oxygen to the brain, and regulates the body’s water balance. When we are stressed, our metabolism speeds up, lowering our potassium levels. It can be replenished by snacking on a banana.

Stroke: According to a New England Journal of Medicine study, regular banana consumption reduces the risk of fatal stroke by as much as 40%!

Warts: adherents of traditional medicine say: to get rid of a wart, you need to take a piece of banana peel and attach it to the wart, yellow side out, and then fix it with a band-aid.

It turns out that a banana really helps with many diseases. Compared to an apple, a banana has 4 times the protein, 2 times the carbohydrates, 3 times the phosphorus, 5 times the vitamin A and iron, and twice the other vitamins and minerals.

Bananas are rich in potassium and have excellent nutritional value. It looks like it’s time to change the famous phrase about the apple to “Whoever eats a banana a day, that doctor does not happen!”

Bananas are great!



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