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Eat Bananas, Lose or Increase Your Weight?

Posted by Rifki Hakim Saturday, 17 May 2014

During this time, a banana is considered as one type of food that should be consumed if you want to gain weight. But sometimes, bananas be recommended for those who are dieting and want to lose weight. So how exactly are the benefits of bananas?

If you only eat bananas without eating other foods, then you will lose weight. But if you eat regular meals, and eat bananas 8 to 10 each days, the possibility of weight gain will increase. 

Bananas for Loss Weight.
Bananas can help you lose weight. One banana contains 108 calories which is almost equal to 17.5 grams of carbohydrates. Our body needs carbohydrates to function optimally. But too many carbohydrates will cause weight gain. 

In addition, bananas also contain lots of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Bananas also contain pectin which makes you feel full longer. For that reason, bananas are also very ideal to be consumed when on a diet.

Not only that, bananas also have a low glycemic index that helps you lose weight. Eating bananas will help control blood sugar levels. The study revealed that bananas are very suitable for consumption when dieting.

Bananas to Gain Weight.
During this time, a banana is also recommended for those who want to increase the weight. Bananas are full of calories can be a help to increase the weight. It is best to use a banana that made a milkshake. Not only helps increase the weight, bananas also contain manganese which is good for the digestive system and prevent bone disease.

Bananas can be used to lose weight or increase the weight. The important thing is to eat them by the rules. Combine bananas with a healthy diet to improve or lose weight. :)


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