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What Happens With Your Body After Eating Bananas With Black Spots-You Will Be Surprised

Written By Admin on Saturday, May 7, 2016 | 11:52:00 PM

We all love bananas, but only a few among us are aware of all the benefits that this tasty, tropical fruit can offer to us. This article reveals something about bananas that will certainly amaze you! Numerous experiments have shown that the consumption of bananas can prevent certain diseases and tumors.Namely, bananas with brown spots are proven to be healthier than the ones with green peel or the fresh ones with no patches or spots. The more dark spots or patches a banana has, the riper it is.


It is also a scientifically proven fact that that the content of fruits changes as they become riper. This is the reason why bananas become more yellow as they ripe, and the level of the antioxidants they contain increases. Moreover, ripe bananas are more beneficial for improving the immune system. The starch in a ripe, spotted, banana turns into sugar which is much easier to digest.
It is recommended to consume 1-2 bananas a day to boost the immunity. The impact that the banana has on the body is linked to the one of Lentinan, which stimulates the immunity and is also a known anti –cancer agent.
Furthermore, Japanese scientists discovered that a completely ripe banana produces TNF (Tumor Necrosis Factor) -- which is a substance which fights against abnormal cells, it possesses the ability to defeat cancer cells. In addition, it increases the number of white blood cells and it significantly boosts the immune system.
In conclusion, ripe bananas provide extremely important health benefits. They possess strong anti-cancer properties, for they trigger the white blood cells formation and prevent cell mutations.
In order to benefit from them and avoid vitamin loss, you should either consume them immediately, or place the fully ripe bananas in a fridge.
Source:healthyfoodteam.com
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