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04/11/2011 06:25 AM

Bananas

PhilPhil46
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Nerves: Bananas are high in B vitamins

That help calm the nervous system.

Was told to include Bananas in my diet by my Dr. Wink

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04/11/2011 07:45 AM
AmyGirl
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Oh yes I love this. I eat a half of a banana with breakfast every morning. Smile

04/11/2011 10:27 AM
PhilPhil46
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I think, I need to get over the texture and give it another try. Smile Don't like watermelon either for that same reason. Sad

04/11/2011 04:44 PM
AmyGirl
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Ya know I don't like watermelon but pretty much any other fruit. I usually eat my banana with my cereal. Such as cherrios, honey bunches of oats, fiber 1, rice crispies. My sister can only eat bananas if they are still a little green not fully ripe. She don't like the texture when they are too ripe. Smile

04/11/2011 09:39 PM
davesprettylady

Interesting...I never really liked bananas, texture or the taste...and like 3 weeks ago I suddenly started craving them like crazy. Perhaps my body knew something before I did o_O

04/12/2011 06:28 AM
CrissyL
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I didn't know this...I eat a banana everyday for the potassium as I was once told it was low by my Dr.

Now I can feel even better about eating them Smile


10/29/2012 01:03 PM
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I'm not big on banana texture either, but what I like to do is freeze an unpeeled banana and throw it in my blender with some orange juice and frozen strawberries if I have them! I had no idea that bananas were supposed to be good for calming the nervous system; I just started making these smoothies again within the past few weeks after not having made them for a really long time!

Very cool to hear!

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