Here's what can happen to your body if you start eating 2 bananas a day

Rodolfo Vieira
Apr 10, 2018
08:57 A.M.
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There are many types of fruit in the world and they all have their own merits and benefits when it comes to health. Bananas, for example, are one of the most popular choices.


The yellow fruit is widely eaten around the world and most people recognize that it is a very obvious pick when it comes to a light snack before lunch or in the afternoon.

But bananas have more to them than most people give them credit for. In fact, there are several reasons to believe that eating two bananas a day can improve one's health.

They reduce blood pressure due to the fact that a single banana contains around 420 mg of potassium. But that's not all; bananas are great when it comes losing excess weight.

It isn't a miracle, far from it, but the high fiber that bananas contain help a person feel fuller for longer. They also contain starch, which reduces appetite and prevents people from going overboard with their calories.


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Bananas are also invaluable for those who suffer from anemia, which is caused by a lack of iron in their blood. This leads to a reduction in their blood cell count and leads to extreme tiredness.


When it comes to the digestive tract, bananas also have a word to say. It is highly digestible and doesn't irritate the walls of the intestines. The starch doesn't get digested, and once it reaches the large intestine, it helps to grow healthy bacteria.

Bananas are tasty, but aside from that, they contain tryptophan, which helps the body produce the happy hormone, also known as serotonin. Because of this, and the potassium, the energy levels also go up.

Finally, they are great at compensating vitamin deficiencies. A single banana has 20% of vitamin B6, which helps the body produce, hemoglobin, insulin and the amino acids needed to create healthy cells.