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10 Problems That The Bananas Solve Better Than The Medications

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Believe it or not, bananas can solve certain health problems better than medications. Bananas are great for your overall health because they are loaded with protein, vitamins and other nutrients. What is even better, they are super delicious.

Recent studies have found that bananas regulate menstrual cycle and increase body strength. Bananas also provide a strong protection against various diseases, due to their high fiber content.
Here are ten specific problems that a banana can solve better than conventional pills

1. Bananas provide an excellent source of energy whichis why athletes love them.
2. They are high in amino acids; this will keep you happy and relieve your stress. Magnesium and calcium protect against depression.
3. Bananas are rich in calcium and contain just a tiny bit of salt which is amazing for your heart health and also aids in the treatment of hypertension.
4. Eat a banana a day to improve your memory.
5. Bananas are packed with iron which increases hemoglobin level and helps in treating anemia.
6. Eat more bananas to regulate your hormone production.
7. Bananas are great for pregnant women, as they help in relieving morning sickness and maintaining a balanced blood sugar level.
8. This fruit creates a special layer in the stomach and reduces the chances of stomach ulcers. Bananas also regulate the production of stomach acids.
9. Bananas contain six vitamins that are of key importance for blood glucose.
10. Eating a banana in the morning prevents constipation, due to its high fiber content.

Source: www.healthyfoodteam.com

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Author: Agba Joseph

I am Agba Joseph, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Cross River University Of Technology (CRUTECH). I am unassuming and enthusiastic about Health science as it borders on Clinical Nutrition. It is my sole desire that proper Nutrition will be used as a key tool in addressing and preventing malnutrition and other Metabolic dysfunctions.

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