Banana Peel is Beneficial Against Several Diseases

The Fruit “Banana” is one of the world’s most appealing Fruit which Contains About 35 Percent Peel out of 100 percent. Banana peels are not poisonous. In fact, they’re edible. It is very important to wash the banana peel before eating due to pesticides or chemicals that are sprayed in banana gloves. Banana Peel is eaten in numerous pieces of the world. Peel of Banana usually served cooked, boiled or fried, though they can be eaten raw or put in a blender with other fruits. Ripen Banana Peel will be more sweater then the other one. A wide variety of health benefits is associated with the curvy yellow fruit. Banana is beneficial for several diseases but we always waste that Banana Peel. An extra and excessive amount of Vitamin and Minerals can be obtained by using the banana peel in our diet. Actually Not only the banana peel can use Eaten purpose but it also contains a high amount of Important nutrients potassium and pectin, a form of fiber, said Laura Flores, a San Diego-based nutritionist Also a Good source to get Magnesium and vitamin c and B6. Banana Peel is high in “antioxidants”  which Provide protection against Heart Disease, Cancer and Asthma. It is also beneficial for Heart disease, reduces swelling, cancer, diabetes, weight loss, strengthens the nervous system and helps with the production of white blood cells and Strong Bones. Some proof suggests that moderate consumption of banana could also be protecting against urinary organ cancer because of their high levels of antioxidant phenolic compounds.

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Muhammad Noman Aslam

Muhammad Noman Aslam

Hello, My name is Muhammad Noman Aslam belonging from Hafizabad/Punjab/Pakistan.I have done my BSc (Hons) In Soil Science At University of Agriculture Faisalabad.

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