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5o0o5 January 31st, 2006 01:43 AM


Key benefits of bananas
Bananas are a good source of both potassium and vitamin B6. They not only help to maintain bowel health, but are also good energy-boosting snacks. As bananas ripen, their starch is converted into sugar. Bananas help to maintain blood sugar levels and it is also a fruit which is easily digested.

How much banana should you eat?
Bananas can be eaten freely, within limits. A banana weighing 100 g contains about 62 calories. It must be remembered that dried bananas are a more concentrated source of nutrients than plain bananas.

Maximising the benefits of banana
Fresh, ripe bananas are a very good source of fruit sugars and can give a quick energy boost.

Nutritional values of banana
Calories 62
Potassium 270 mg
Vitamin B6 0.19 mg
Vitamin C 7 mg
Niacin 0.5 g
Per 100g ready-to-eat, weighed with the skin

Tim L. Walker January 31st, 2006 01:45 AM

huh? :?

5o0o5 January 31st, 2006 01:48 AM

those are stuff about vitamines :D
Vitamin A / Beta Carotene

Vitamin A is essential for healthy hair and eyes. It is also important in the prevention and clearing of infections of the skin. Vitamin A counteracts dry skin, dandruff and wrinkle formation. It is needed for healthy blood circulation which gives a glow to the skin. Vitamin A deficiency can lead to eruptions or dry, coarse, wrinkled skin; dull and dry hair or dandruff; ridging or peeling fingernails; pimples or acne and visual fatigue.
Natural Sources of Vitamin A
Cod liver oil
Dairy products
Green leafy vegetables
Vitamin B Complex

B vitamins are vital for clear, luminous skin, youthful looks and for delaying greying of hair. They are essential for healthy skin, hair, and eyes. Studies show that 40 percent of dermatitis sufferers lack B vitamins. B vitamins also counteract stress, which has adverse effects on one's appearance.
A deficiency of B complex vitamins can lead to:
Greasy hair
Dry skin
Scaly lips
Redness and irritation
Premature wrinkles
Poor hair growth
Grey hair
Inflamed fissures at the angles of the nose and mouth

Natural sources for Vitamin B Complex
Whole grain cereals, wheat
Green leafy vegetables
Brewer's yeast
Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for healthy teeth, bones and nails as well as for the assimilation of calcium and phosphorus. It promotes healthy eyes, skin and teeth.
Deficiency of Vitamin D can lead to dental decay.
Natural Sources of Vitamin D
Rays of the sun
Beef liver
Sprouted seeds
Synthetic Vitamin D is manufactured from fish liver oils
Vitamin E

Vitamin E helps form muscles and tissues to prevent wrinkles and premature aging of the skin. It helps prevent dry, dull skin, age spots, falling hair and dandruff. It improves circulation and healing of scars. Research has shown that large doses of vitamin E double healthy cell reproduction to slow the aging process and forestall premature wrinkling.
Caution: If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, or an overactive thyroid, check with your physician before taking supplemental E.
Natural Sources of Vitamin E
Whole wheat bread
Whole grains
Wheat germ
Raw or spouted seeds
Brussels sprouts
Egg yolks
Leafy greens
Sunflower seeds
Vegetable oils

VBSmiles January 31st, 2006 01:52 AM

Guess someone has gone bananas :banana:

Scott U. January 31st, 2006 01:55 AM

:?: :? :?: :? :?:

crazyredwizard January 31st, 2006 01:59 AM


Originally Posted by VBSmiles
Guess someone has gone bananas :banana:

Damn, that should have been my line. :D

SteveJ January 31st, 2006 03:34 AM

Bananas - they aren't all healthy.
It only takes one banana to break your neck. :-|

Marcel T January 31st, 2006 06:50 AM


Originally Posted by SteveJ
Bananas - they aren't all healthy.
It only takes one banana to break your neck. :-|


Originally Posted by Scott U.
:?: :? :?: :? :?:

Go together perfectly :D

fa1sal January 31st, 2006 11:52 AM


Originally Posted by VBSmiles
Guess someone has gone bananas :banana:


Almraya January 31st, 2006 09:07 PM

5o0o5, thank u for the precious information..

u made me want to have a banana right now !! and its not a good time for eating .. lool


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