If You are Suffering From These Ailments You Should Start Eating Banana


Besides nutritional value, studies reveal that banana is very effective with health conditions and is more efficient than several drugs in the market.


Banana is better than most drugs out there!

Here are some health conditions banana can deal with:

Stomach gas and constipation

Bananas contain pectin, which speeds up digestion and removes toxins out of body. In addition, bananas act as probiotic thus stimulating the bowels in case of constipation. All these features help reduce flatulence and the problem with gases in the stomach as well as proper digestive metabolism.

Stress

Stress has consistently impacted on human health. One of the problems which stress causes is diarrhea and primarily because of the drop in the level of potassium in the body. Potassium is a mineral that bananas contain in high amounts, or sufficient amounts to establish a balance in the body. By consuming bananas, the body regulates its functions, which also means normal functioning of organs, such as heart.





Have a healthy life with bananas!
Blood pressure

It is known that a high intake of sodium salts and low intake of potassium in the body have a negative impact on blood pressure. That’s why the potassium of bananas is important. In order to reduce the risk of high blood pressure and help the body to normalize, it is recommended to eat one banana every morning.

Depression

Bananas contain tryptophan, a protein that stimulates the secretion of the hormone serotonin, which is known as the “hormone of Happiness.”  It is sufficient to have one banana a day and serotonin levels will raise enough to feel better, calm and happy.

PMS

Bananas are a rich source of vitamin B6, which has a positive effect on the level of glucose in the blood, and research reveals that right vitamins of the B group are more than welcome when it comes to PMS, and that helps reduce pain in the abdomen and chest, positively affect mood and also help to reduce water retention in the body.


Source: Cuisine & Health

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