Originating in South Asia, from where it spread to Africa and America, it is a delicious, nutritious and medicinal fruit. The banana has a sweet taste, refreshing characteristic, and neutral property.
Due to its high content of carbohydrates, vitamin A, B1, B2, C, mineral salts, proteins, fat, and carotene. It acts on the nervous system, muscles, and digestive system, eliminates excess free radicals, strengthens the body’s defenses and prevents infections due to its high potassium content.
Banana promotes good heart function. avoiding heart rhythm alterations and eliminating excess sodium, which causes water retention and causes one of the forms of arterial hypertension.
Advice for use
Anemia – The banana is not, relatively, very rich in iron, but considering its great acceptance, which facilitates free consumption, 3 to 5 units can contribute about 20 or 30% of the amount of iron needed for a day.
Asthma – Grill a small bunch of bananas, with roots and everything, cut into slices. Then squeeze to get the juice, mix with honey and have a drink, daily
Intestinal congestion – Water banana or caturra banana is recommended. Take this raw banana for breakfast without mixing it with other foods. You can do a banana cure.
Malnutrition – Bananas can be included in a program to feed undernourished people, considering that they are high in calories and vitamins. It would be advantageous to include it in the school snack.
Obesity – Obese people should not abuse bananas. It must be consumed with caution.
Paralysis – Neurological diseases leading to paralysis are sometimes treatable with B vitamins. The banana as a source of these vitamins is suitable in these cases, such as dietary element,