All of us love to eat mellow bananas, even if we are on a diet, but is this the right thing to do?
Yes, IT IS! Eating black-spotted bananas (like the ones in the picture above) instead of when they are yellowish-green, that is not fully ripen, could make a ‘world of difference’ in terms of how they benefit human body.
A matter of fact is: The riper the banana is, the better its anti-cancer qualities are.
However, this should not take anyone aback, given the fact that when fruit is at its peak ripe stage, it also reaches its highest stage of concentration of vitamins, minerals, and other crucial cancer-fighting phytonutrients. When fruit is fully ripened, it also contains all the necessary enzymes to aid digestion.
Have you ever eaten fruit that is unripened and then felt stomach issues such as heart burn, bloating, gas, indigestion, etc.?
Well, if you eat mostly raw-vegan produce, then you must have experienced what I’m writing about here. And you are totally right – Unripened fruit and veggies just should not be eaten. We should always have our fruit ripe in our meals, fellows!
The banana-exception-to-the-rule has been supported by a team of Japanese researchers, who have scholarly proven that ripe bananas fight cancer. Indeed, the dark spots on ripe yellow banana skin signal that your banana already contains high levels of a substance called Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF), which is able to destroy malign tumors.
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