These soft, semi-dried bananas are a tasty and healthy snack that can be eaten instead of sweets and when you want “something tasty”. You can flavour breakfast porridge, pancakes or desserts, smoothies and cocktails with them.
Benefits of dried bananas
-Dried bananas have a higher concentration of minerals and vitamins, as less water remains in the fruit after drying.
-Bananas contain potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium and iron.
-Bananas soothe the stomach, reduce nausea (suitable for pregnant women).
-Bananas are easily absorbed by the body, making them ideal before or after surgery. They are also recommended for oncology patients undergoing radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
-Kotassium is essential for normal heart muscle function and for the circulation of water and salts in the body. Eating bananas regularly reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack and normalises -hypertension.
-Bananas are very good for the symptoms of bloating and premenstrual tension felt on the eve of critical days.
-Bananas contain tryptophan. It is a natural antidepressant.
-Bananas are rich in vitamin C. It is a powerful antioxidant that helps the body stay healthy and fight colds.
-Bananas are also a source of vitamin E. Eating bananas regularly will slow down the ageing process and make your skin firmer. It is also an excellent anti-wrinkle agent.
-Bananas are rich in B vitamins, so they improve mental activity, help concentration, strengthen the nervous system and increase stress tolerance.
-Bananas are rich in fibre, which is necessary for normal bowel function and prevents constipation.
-Bananas are excellent for protecting our blood vessels, preventing atherosclerosis.
-Regular consumption of this fruit is a good preventative measure against stomach and duodenal ulcers.
-Bananas are recommended in the daily diet of people suffering from kidney, liver and gallbladder diseases.
-Bananas are good for hunger. Their sweet flesh is the perfect combination of simple and complex carbohydrates. The former quickly enrich the body with glucose, giving a feeling of satiety, while the latter prolong this feeling as they are slowly broken down and absorbed into the blood.
-People with atherosclerosis and hypertensive diseases are advised to eat bananas on the days of discharge.