What if we told you there was a groundbreaking new tool to help you lose weight, reduce bloat, fight cancer, and increase your energy making you go bananas? Yes, BANANAS is this new tool.

Here are some of the top health benefits of bananas.

1) Help increases lean muscle: 

A good source of magnesium, bananas can help with muscle contraction and relaxation as well as protein synthesis — which, in turn, increases lean muscle mass. A bonus: magnesium intake helps boost lipolysis, a process by which your body releases fat from its stores.

2) Supports Good mood and may lower feelings of anxiety and stress:

Bananas contain 6% of your daily value of vitamin B9, a nutrient that may fight depression by boosting a substrate that has antidepressant properties, according to the NIH. In other words, it helps serotonin, the feel-good chemical, enter the brain faster.

Besides the mood-boosting B9, bananas also have tryptophan, a precursor for serotonin, the most important brain chemical because is a natural anti-depressant and can treat, anxiety and insomnia, as well as other mood issues such as fatigue, irritability, agitation, anger, and aggression. Bananas also have norepinephrine, which regulates our "'fight or flight response,' which helps to regulate stress.

3) Can help your body burn fat and the Pectine detoxify your body:

Bananas have 12 mg of choline (3% DV), a fat-blasting B vitamin that acts directly on the genes that cause fat storage in the abdomen. As a fast weight loss super bonus, research shows pectin can limit the amount of fat your cells can absorb!

Rich in pectin, bananas are an all-natural detox. This gelatin-like fiber sticks to toxic compounds in the blood and flushes them out of the body through the urine. In fact, citrus pectin has been proven to increase mercury excretion in urine by 150 percent within 24 hours of supplementation, according to a study in Forsch Komplemetärmed.  Pectin also can help you regulate blood sugar. To obtain the most benefits, pick ripe bananas over green bananas, as the proportion of water-soluble pectin increases as bananas yellow, according to a Food Chemistry study.


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