Benefits of Banana

Benefits of Banana
Bananas, the neat fruit packed in a bright yellow or green jacket, can offer you more than just a natural fruit sugar rush for increased energy.
Rich in potassium.
High in #fiber.
Natural ulcer remedy.
Natural #fat and cholesterol free.
Adds a good amount of #vitaminC.
Having a banana at breakfast every day adds many nutrients to your body.
Relieve from constipation.
Helps in curing Piles.
Bananas are good for your #heart. They are packed with potassium, a mineral electrolyte that keeps electricity flowing throughout your body, which is required to keep your heart beating.
Banana before work outs is a pack of energy punch and sustain your blood sugar.
Banana after workouts adds potassium lost from the body in sweating to boost muscle health.
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Eating bananas will help prevent #kidney cancer, protects the eyes against macular degeneration and builds #strongbones by increasing calcium absorption.
If you are looking for a food that can help you lose FAT, bananas being rich in SOLUBLE FIBER are a perfect choice.
Improves Nerve Function and Enhances Brain Power.
Helps Recovering from Hangover.
Banana contains a generous amount of Vitamin C that helps maintaining the natural and youthful glow of the skin.
Nutrients in banana help in fighting wrinkles and keeps the skin youthful.
Help in softening the hair and protects the hair’s natural elasticity, preventing split ends and breakage.
Bananas help create #healthycells.
Bananas fight anemia protects teeth from weakening.
Increase and enhance #brain power.
Banana helps to quit smoking as banana contains potassium, magnesium, B6, and B12, all these helps to recover and reduce the level of nicotine.
Hydrates and moisturizes dehydrated #skin.
Fights acne causing germs.
You can eat a banana to stop bingeing between #meals, as it acts as a full meal in itself.
The local names of bananas in India are kela (Hindi), Arati Pandu (Telugu), Vazhai Pazham (Tamil), BaleHannu (Kannada), Ethapazham (Malayalam), Kella / Kela (Punjabi), Kele / Kel (Marathi), Keda (Gujarati), Kollaa (Bengali)
Article for #healthyliving #healthyeating by #dietexpert in #mumbai#geetanjaliahujamengi