Are you a banana lover? If so, you’re probably picky about their ripeness. If you’re like me, you prefer under-ripe green bananas. There are others who like overripe bananas that are almost completely brown. While taste is a factor, so is your health.
Wondering which banana is perfect for your health? In today’s video, we’ll be talking about which banana you should eat, as the answer may have an effect on your health. Should you go for green bananas? How about yellow ones? We’ll be talking about all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Why you should eat bananas – 0:31
Green banana – 1:47
Yellow bananas – 2:15
Yellow bananas with brown spots – 2:47
Brown bananas – 3:21
Health benefits – 3:55
Prebiotic – 4:12
Relieve constipation and reduce your Risk of getting colon cancer – 4:33
Reduce weight – 4:49
Life saver – 5:38
Blood sugar – 6:26
Keep your kidneys healthy – 6:48
Workout session – 7:16
Why You Should Eat Bananas
Bananas are a healthy choice all around. You can have them as a snack, or make smoothies out of them for breakfast. Bananas are loaded with nutrients and fiber that keep your digestive system running smoothly.
You see, green bananas have resistant starch in them. Resistant starch helps control your blood sugar levels, helping reduce your risk of diabetes.
Yellow bananas that are still firm are packed with antioxidants. These antioxidants are important for your overall health as they reduce illness.
Yellow Bananas With Brown Spots
The bananas that have reached this stage of ripening are not as healthy as the younger ones. But, they still come packed with important antioxidants. They tend to be much sweeter than the yellow bananas, which is why so many people prefer them.
Brown bananas have a high amount of potassium, which can prevent conditions such as osteoporosis.
We just discussed how bananas are rich in soluble fiber and can regulate your blood sugar levels. When you eat foods with soluble fiber, they turn to gel that dissolves in liquid during the digestive process. This brings us to the first health benefit of bananas…
The resistant starch you get from unripe bananas acts as a prebiotic. Prebiotics don’t go through the digestion process and instead land in the large intestine. Here, they act as food for the good bacteria in your gut. This increases the population of good bacteria, which helps you digest food.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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