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9/25/2018

This is the Benefit When Routinely Consuming Bananas Every Day

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Bananas are one of the fruits that are widely available in tropical countries. In addition to its delicious taste, bananas are also rich in nutrients and able to withstand hunger for a long time.

Enough with just one large banana, the stomach will fill and hunger will be endured. In fact, you also have enough breakfast with only one banana and can do a variety of activities well.

In addition, bananas are also often used as a dessert after lunch. No wonder, because bananas are rich in potassium and carbohydrates.

This is the Benefit When Routinely Consuming Bananas Every Day
But, is it true that bananas are good for the body? Reporting from Prevention, bananas do contain lots of carbohydrates but also contain lots of sugar. Because of this, maybe those who are on a Ketogenic Diet rarely choose fruit as a diet menu.

Even so, this high sugar level turns out to save you when hunger strikes. According to Women's Health Magazine, the sugar content contained in it is actually needed by the body.

Unlike sugar that has been processed, the sugar contained in bananas is also accompanied by the content of vitamins and minerals in it. In addition, this yellow-skinned fruit is also rich in fiber which can slow down the system when the body digests sugar.

How many bananas in a day?

Reporting from the BBC, adults should consume 3,500mg of potassium per day. Meanwhile, one banana weighing 125 grams usually contains 450 mg of potassium.

Even so, that doesn't mean you have to consume 7 bananas a day to meet your potassium needs. Because, you can get potassium from other foods.

In addition, people who have kidney disease may die from eating too much bananas. The limit is up to 6 bananas per day. The reason is that a damaged kidney cannot process the potassium until it becomes too much and endangers his life.

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