Bananas are a fruit full of nutrients and are loaded with vitamins, fibers, minerals, and natural sugars.
It also doesn’t hurt that they happen to be delicious! I eat at least 3-4 bananas a week, but after reading this I might consider eating more. And you should, too…
What happens if you eat two bananas every day? A lot of good things, it turns out.
Bananas fight stress
Stress is a real health problem in our part of the world, and more and more seek help for the issue.
B vitamins have fundamental importance for your ability to withstand stress. Bananas are rich in vitamin B and can be fantastic for dealing with stressful episodes.
Good for the heart
Bananas can help prevent high blood pressure and protect you from stroke and heart attack.
Bananas contain some sodium but are very rich in potassium, which protects the heart and has a vasodilator effect. Bananas also help to lower blood pressure.
Reduce risk of asthma
Children enjoy eating bananas, but they also happen to contain important vitamins.
A study from Imperial College of London showed that children who ate a serving a day had a 34 percent less risk of asthma attacks.
Improve Iron Deficiency
Bananas are perfect for people who suffer from anemia.
Your body needs iron to produce red blood cells and hemoglobin. Eat bananas to stimulate blood supply to your body.
High in Vitamin B6
Bananas contain high levels of Vitamin B6, and some scientists believe that they can alleviate classic PMS symptoms such as mood swings.
Iron, which is found in bananas, has also been shown to be effective in reducing PMS symptoms.
Good for the stomach
Studies performed with sick children in Bangladesh showed that bananas can help reduce constipation and diarrhea.
The high fiber content of bananas helps improve bowel movements, and with diarrhea, bananas can help restore electrolyte levels, especially potassium.
Get more energy
Athletes often eat bananas to help boost energy levels. It makes sense because the fruit contains three natural sugars — sucrose, fructose, and glucose, in addition to fiber.
A banana gives an immediate, lasting, and significant increase in energy. Research has shown that 2 bananas provide enough energy for strenuous exercise for 90 minutes.
Bananas are good for the brain
The brain needs certain things to function. Among other things, it needs glucose and potassium as fuel. Fresh fruit is rich in potassium and glucose.
Additionally, a medium sized banana contains 37 mg of magnesium, a mineral that helps to keep the brain fit and functioning.
Contains hormone for happiness
Studies have shown that bananas can help you overcome depressive syndrome because they contain high levels of the amino acid tryptophan, a substance that is converted to serotonin in the body.
Serotonin is a signaling substance commonly called the body’s “joy hormone”.
Did you know that eating bananas every day has so many benefits?
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