Did You Eat Bananas With Black Spots? OMG! This Is What Happens With You! WOW…

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Bananas have not been treated with the respect and privilege among all the new exotic fruit trends that keep being touted out as the next best thing. But the fact is that bananas are perhaps nature’s most under-rated fruit.

They provide our bodies with tons of nutrients that we need. They are packed with nutrients, vitamins, fiber, and all-natural sugars.

Every time I eat a banana I instantly feel more awake in the morning, it’s almost a miracle.

In the West, and particularly in the States people become so conditioned to only consume fruit which looks perfect, which in most cases means it looks bright and appealing. So when a banana starts to go brown, people are instantly put off by them and toss them immediately.

I mean it makes sense, right? Most fruit that turns brown means it is rotting.

However, bananas are different and the more brownish to black spots it has, the more ripe it is, meaning it contains more TNF.

If you don’t know what TNF stands for it means, Tumor Necrosis Factor, and it’s a cancer-fighting substance that helps fight against abnormal cells in our bodies.

Research has actually proven that the TNF found in ripe bananas can interfere with tumor cells and growth and inhibits them from spreading by causing cell death, or apoptosis.

So the next time you see a banana with black spots, don’t toss it. Eat it up and treat your body to an amazing health-boost.

If you don’t like eating the areas of the banana that look as if they have gone soggy, blend it up in a mixer and make a delicious smoothie, trust me your taste buds will thank you for it.

Here are a few things bananas can help you with:

– Heartburn
– Blood Pressure
– Energy
– Anemia
– Ulcers
– Depression
– Constipation
– Nerves or PMS
– Temperature Control

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