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Banana Nutrition Fact And Values
I add a chopped banana to oatmeal & cook. Cooking dissolves it in oatmeal.Will nutrition of the dissolved banana be the same as in raw banana or less?
If you blend with the problend device bananas, oranges, apples, nuts etc, will it reduce the level of their nutrition and quality? Or it's the same?
It's like chewing: Blending edible foods in a machine is like putting the food into one's mouth and chewing. The food gets liquified either in the machine or in the mouth and stomach. As long as normally-edible foods are used, there should not be a notable difference in how much nutrition is gained from the food. ...Read more
Fact or Myth? Most nutritious part of fruit is often the peel, like in oranges and bananas.. (are organic peels harmful or toxic or nutritious?)
I love bananas but can't sat them as they give me indigestion/heartburn. Is there another food that is comparable in nutrient and energy value?
Small doses: You may wish to try eating bananas in small amount to build tolerance. You may substitute other fruits, e.g., grapes, mangoes, apples, pineapples etc. ...Read more
Good but everyday?: Bananas can benefit our health in many ways- they are a good source of potassium, help reduce risk of heart disease ; kidney cancer, improve calcium absorption, soothe our stomachs, treat constipation etc.- see http://www.Whfoods.Com/genpage.Php?Tname=foodspice;dbid=7 but they're relatively starchy ; high in sugars. They may be ok every day but i think it's be healthier to have other fruits too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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