Why should you eat banana with the skin?



Although no one does this banana must be eaten without peeling. This may sound odd, but it's true. They have a high content of potassium, magnesium and fibers.

Are you sure that people will do this? Of course. Many people (especially in Asian and Indian cultures) have eaten banana skin for years.

Meanwhile, it is not necessary to use all banana, bark is a good source of vitamins and nutritional supplements.

In addition to potassium that helps balance electrolytes and cell growth, banana skins are a fantastic magnesium source (for a healthy heart and strong immune system), fibers (for spinal cord health) and vitamins B12 and B6 (for metabolism and strong cells).

The banana bark contains tryptophan, a key ingredient in serotonin production, a substance that helps prevent and combat depression and helps you sleep better, reports Telegraph.

According to Dr. Anne Daniels, of the British Nutrition Association, it is said that banana skin contains dietary fiber that helps regulate the level of cholesterol in the bloodstream.

But what flavor do they have? Unlike fruit, which is soft and sweet, the skin has slightly bitter and dry flavors. But it depends on how mature they are.

The skin of unripe bananas is thick, with lots of fiber and bitter. By ripe, the skin becomes softer and becomes sweeter, making them suitable for consumption.

One of the ways to consume it better is whether it blushed the skin or caught it for almost 10 minutes.

Although it is not a pleasant taste, experts suggest eating bananas together with the skin because it would bring a range of health benefits. 

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