Red Bananas – Nutrition Facts & Health Benefits

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This fruit is the world’s most consumed fruit which is an extraordinarily fascinating fact. Have you ever heard that the “banana tree” is not actually a tree, it’s the world’s largest herb.

The red bananas contain 3 types of natural sugars : sucrose, fructose and glucose. With its high calorific value, 6 vitamins and 11 minerals, has an enormous benefits for human health and increases energy instantly.

But do you know that besides the classic yellow bananas, there are at least 5 other types of usual yellow sweet banana?

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What Kind Of Fruit Is The Red Banana?

Perhaps you have heard , seen or tried another kind of a banana , but the red banana is sweeter than the classic yellow banana.

If you already enjoy the taste of the yellow banana , and you are looking for other kinds of bananas , than you should try the red banana. These bananas have a fruit like the classic banana, but has a richer flavor that reminds of a mix of banana and raspberries . This kind of exotic bananas originated in Costa Rica and are especially popular in Central America , Mexico and some parts of Australia.

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Red bananas are wrapped in a shell of dark reddish – chestnut color and usually are smaller than the classic yellow bananas . On the inside , the fruit has a soft , creamy texture with a pale – pink color that comes from the content of beta – carotene and has a sweet aroma similar to a strawberry.

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Red bananas are ready for eating when they get the dark reddish – chestnut color with a few brown spots. When the fruit is too soft and gets an intense flavor , it is not recommended to be consumed , because the process of fermentation , loss of enzymes and the development of a new bacteria has started .

Red Banana Nutrition Facts & Health Benefits

This type of banana have a high nutritional value and contain large amounts of potassium, beta – carotene and vitamin C .

One medium sized banana contains about 400 mg of potassium , which means it provides the body with 11 % of the daily requirement of the mineral and electrolyte. Potassium is required for the proper operation of the heart , muscle contraction and for the proper function of the digestive system.

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This kind of bananas is also rich in vitamin C. One red banana covers 15 % of the daily human needs of vitamin C . This powerful antioxidant that not only protects the body from diseases, but also protects against free radicals , which means reduces the risk of a heart disease and certain types of cancer.

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Red bananas , are also rich in dietary fiber and a single banana provides 16 % of the daily recommended amount of dietary fiber. The dietary fiber reduces the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Due to the large amount of vitamin B6, one red banana can provide even 20 % of the daily needs of vitamin D.

Enjoy The Taste Of This Divine Fruit

These aromatic bananas with its unique flavor of yellow bananas and raspberries are a great addition to a fruit salad , ice cream or banana split . It can be eaten raw, as dried banana chips or as baked in the oven . This delicious fruit has more softer and milder taste than the regular banana.

Succeeds only in tropical and subtropical regions and usually takes about 9 months to be ready for consuming. Those of you that will have the opportunity and luck to try this wonderful fruit. You will love it.


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