Perfectly ripe and slightly spotted bananas can prove to be a powerful ally for our well-being -
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Perfectly ripe and slightly spotted bananas can prove to be a powerful ally for our well-being

November 08, 2019 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Tropical fruits have been adopted for regular consumption by almost every country in the world. Moreover, fruits like apples or oranges, and bananas are truly a treasure trove of well-being.

Usually, when you buy them at the market you tend to choose those with more vivid colors, from bright yellow to intense green.

Once brought home most fruits ripen fairly quickly so that the fruit skin is often covered with dark spots.

This physical aspect may not be attractive from an aesthetic point of view, but it is excellent for our health.

via: Healthline

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Many people, especially children, do not like to eat bananas when they begin to lose their characteristic color.

Usually, black or brownish fruit skin is associated with food that has gone bad, yet in that state, the bananas are revealed to be even more precious for the human organism.

The more a piece of fruit appears spotted, the more tumor necrosis factor (TNF) it contains. This substance is a powerful aid in fighting the proliferation of cancer cells, and in practice stimulates the natural immune defenses by accelerating the healing processes in case of infections or inflammation.

As if this were not enough, we must remember that bananas are not only rich in vitamins, but also in sucrose and fructose, which are natural, unrefined sugars.

Consuming bananas regularly can keep blood pressure under control resulting in reducing the incidence of cardiovascular diseases (stroke and heart attack).

The presence of fibers makes them excellent for controlling or eliminating stomach acidity and gastro-oesophageal reflux (GERD).
Bananas are also a source of potassium and nutrients for those who practice sports, a true and natural concentrate of energy that prevents cramps and promotes muscle function.
In addition, bananas are rich in tryptophan, a serotonin stimulant, so they are also good for managing moods and to counteract depression.
Lastly, since bananas are a fruit rich in carbohydrates, it is obviously necessary to moderate their consumption.
In conclusion: Bananas are a natural food that, even if black-spotted are really a precious ally of our well-being and should never be undervalued.
As usual, we remind you that the information reported in this article is of a general nature and has a purely informative purpose. For any further information on diseases and remedies to counter them, it is always advisable to get a doctor's advice.
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