This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat 2 Bananas A Day






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Banana is a tropical super-food, rich in numerous nutrients, including sucrose, fructose, glucose and fiber. Therefore, banana acts as a powerful natural energy booster. According to a study, two bananas can supply you with enough energy for a 90-minute strenuous exercise. This is why the banana is the favorite fruit with a number of leading athletes. Furthermore, bananas have many other health benefits which help you in the fight against various diseases.


Depression
Many people who suffer from depression experienced significant improvement after eating banana, according to a study conducted by MIND. Bananas are rich in tryptophan, which is converted into serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps you relax, boost your mood and can help you overcome depression.
PMS
Bananas are a rich source of vitamin B6, which has the ability to regulate blood sugar levels and improve your mood.
Anemia
Regular consumption of bananas can help you fight anemia due to its high iron levels. Iron stimulates the production of red blood cells and therefore it increases hemoglobin levels in the blood.
Blood Pressure
Banana is high in potassium and low in sodium which is the perfect combination for healthy blood pressure. Therefore, US Food and Drug Administration has confirmed the fruit`s ability to lower blood pressure and protect from stroke.
Brain Power
A study conducted on 200 students at a Twickenham school (England) has found that eating bananas can boost brain power. The participants consumed bananas at breakfast, break, and lunch and the results showed that this fruit improved their learning abilities and helped through their exams due to high potassium levels found in bananas.
Constipation
Bananas are loaded with fiber, which can stimulate regular bowel movements and relieve constipation.
Hangovers
Prepare a banana milkshake with honey to quickly get rid of your hangover. This fruit will soothe your stomach and honey will increase the lowered blood sugar levels, and milk will rehydrate and refresh your body.
Heartburn
Bananas have natural antacid properties which can help you with heartburn. Just one banana can instantly soothe your heartburn symptoms.
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Morning Sickness
Having a banana snack will maintain your blood sugars normal and will protect you from morning sickness.
Mosquito Bites
Take the inside of a banana skin and rub it into the affected area. It will reduce swelling and irritation in just a few minutes.
Nerves
Banana is a rich source of B vitamins, which have the ability to calm and relax the nervous system.
The Institute of Psychology in Austria conducted several studies examining 5,000 hospital patients. The study results have shown that obesity generally occurred in people with high-pressure jobs. The scientists recommend consuming one banana every two hours in order to control blood sugar levels and avoid food cravings while at work.
Ulcers
The smoothness and soft texture of bananas is the major reason why it is used as a natural remedy for intestinal issues. It has the ability to coat the lining of the stomach and therefore reduce irritation and over-acidity.
Temperature Control
In Thailand and many other cultures around the world, bananas are used to lower the temperature in future mothers due to their natural cooling effect.
When compared to an apple, banana contains:
–          Four times the protein
–          Twice the carbohydrate
–          Three times the phosphorus
–           Five times the vitamin A and iron
–          Twice the other vitamins and minerals
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