What happens to your body if you eat two bananas with brown spots every day?
It sounds a bit paradoxical, but the riper your bananas, the better they are for your health.
Not only are they richer in flavor, they are also really good for you when they start to get those brown spots. It's worth to wait a few days and let your bananas really ripen, because there are loads of benefits for your body:
Bananas work like natural antacids. A single banana can neutralize your stomach acid, soothing discomfort and stopping the burning sensation.
2) Helping Cancer Treatments
The riper the banana, the more TNF it has. TNF stands for tumor necrosis factor, an enzyme that helps fight off abnormal cells in your body. These enzymes essentially boost your immune system and guide good cells to inflamed or attacked parts of the body. The production of white blood cells is also supported, alongside a rise in antioxidants. These effects can hinder a tumor's ability to grow or spread.
A few bananas will certainly help clear the system. The fiber in bananas naturally supports healthy metabolism.
If you are feeling tense or stressed, a banana can help cool your system. Bananas normalize your blood sugar levels and have loads of vitamin B, which helps soothe stressed nerves and boost your mood.
5) Body Temperature Regulation
It's not quite the right season for this yet, but when it's really hot outside, eating a banana can help cool your temperature. The same goes for when you have a fever.
6) Prevent Stroke
An American study found that ripe bananas, with their high levels of potassium, can help lower the risk of stroke. Researchers recommend having around 1500 mg of potassium per day. This amount is found in 2-3 bananas.
Amazing, the power of those beautiful yellow-brown fruit. I want to eat mine right away, but I'm going to let it ripen another day or two ...
Eating ripe bananas not only improves your chance of fighting cancerous cells, but it also means better digestion, moods, stronger bones, and better blood pressure. If you haven’t yet read my article on the benefits of bananas, then go do so now! You’ll be on your way to whipping up a banana smoothie in no time.