Why You Should Eat Green Bananas

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Have you ever heard of green banana biomass? Very popular nowadays, it is made basically from green bananas.

Did you know that bananas can be consumed even when still green?

Many people still don’t know it, but green bananas have wonderful benefits to our health.

Many people only eat bananas when they get very ripe and yellow. But you should know that green bananas are full of potassium and fiber, important for people who suffer from digestive and intestinal problems, such as constipation.

The fruit alleviates constipation when eaten raw, and fights diarrhea if eaten cooked.

Besides that, bananas are easy to digest, easy to find, and easy to eat.

Learn the main benefits of green banana!

Green bananas are also a healthy snack, and go well with many dishes.

Learn how to make green banana biomass at home!

The benefits of green banana biomass are, mainly, fight diarrhea and depression because of its tryptophan, which helps with serotonin formation, increasing the mood and the sensation of well-being. Nice, isn’t it?

Making it is very simple!

But remember to never consume more than two tablespoons of biomass per day.


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