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Bananas Are Good for Your Overall Health

By Madhusudhan Tammisetti

Although bananas have a long history, they can only be dated back to 327 B.C. Arab conquerors carried them from Southeast Asia to the west. This wonderful Indian fruit was mass-produced in 1834 and offers various health benefits. By the end of the 19th century, bananas' popularity had skyrocketed, and production had expanded.

Bananas may be eaten raw, but they're also used in a variety of desserts, not to mention the amazing milkshakes they produce. They may be used in pancakes, pudding, and even cereal.

Bananas have a variety of health benefits, including promoting cardiovascular health, supporting psychological health, supporting weight loss, being good for the digestive system, encouraging ocular health, boosting energy, supporting skeletal health, preventing cancer, boosting immunity, preventing anemia, being a good home remedy, preventing ulcers, and easing morning sickness.

Helps With Morning Sickness

Bananas may be used in a variety of home treatments. Because of their nourishing properties, they're fantastic for the skin when mashed and applied immediately. Countless different home treatments use bananas that you may find useful.

Promotes Skeletal Health

It's important for you to keep your bones in good shape. Your skeleton stores all of the calcium you need and releases it slowly into the bloodstream when you need it. But you need much more than calcium to maintain your bones strong and healthy. Bananas are high in Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and potassium, all of which are necessary for healthy bones.

Weight Loss

Obesity is a big health problem in the United States. Bananas are the fruit to eat if you're attempting to lose weight or keep the calorie consumption in control. They are abundant in fiber and low in calories. This fruit is a great addition to your diet since it is high in nutrients and may keep the stomach full for a long time.

Boosts Energy

Bananas contain a lot of Vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants. The three elements you may need to make quick energy packets in your body. It's for this reason that people who do a lot of exercises incorporate it into their routine. By boosting the body's response to insulin, the starch present in bananas may quickly translate blood sugar to energy.

Prevents Anemia

Iron, B12, and folic acid are some of the nutrients found in bananas. These are precisely what your bodies need to combat anemia. You may also drizzle honey on top of the banana to aid with iron absorption, thanks to its copper concentration.

Good for Ocular Health

There is a 36 percent less chance of getting age-related muscle degeneration in adults who eat bananas regularly. This disorder causes eyesight loss in the elderly.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Greenwood, Ind.

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