Banana peel healthy and useful as a banana

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Nutritionists advise you to put banana peel in a blender when making your favorite beverage (smoothie, fruit yogurt, etc.) and to eat baked and cooked banana peel. Be sure that the bananas are organic, that is, they are not sprayed with chemicals and pesticides, because then the banana peel will be harmful to you and not useful.
How to identify organic farming on a label glued to fruit?
You must have noticed labels sticking to the fruit when buying bananas (oranges, lemons, etc.). The label contains a prominent company logo and sequence of numbers. This set of numbers contains important consumer information. GMP products are not labeled, but there is a trick to identify them among fruits and vegetables. Look for a product called PLU (Product Lookup Number) on the label. If the number is four-digit and starts with 3 or 4 then the product is NOT GMO but grown organically on an intensive basis (on a farm that uses chemicals and pesticides).
If the number on the label is a 5-digit number starting with 9 then we know that the fruits (vegetables) are organic or grown without chemicals, pesticides and genetic modification. A five-digit number starting with 8 is a sign of a genetically modified product grown unnaturally (using genetic modification).
Banana peel is rich in vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants that help reduce weight, regulate digestion, improve mood and improve the overall condition of the body. Banana peel contains vitamins B6 and B 12, magnesium, calcium, vitamins A and C and contains fiber and protein. Vitamin A helps maintain healthy teeth, bones and soft tissues. Vitamin B has a beneficial effect on the immune system and prevents neurological and cardiovascular disease. Vitamin B regulates blood sugar levels, which has a beneficial effect on better human mood. Vitamin B is an antioxidant that stimulates metabolism and thus helps in losing weight. Banana mail has no extra calories – it is great as a source of fiber for a longer sense of satiety. Banana contains tryptophan, a key substance for the production of serotonin (the hormone of happiness), which gives you a sense of pleasure in its secretion. The level of serotonin in the brain affects the quality of sleep because the more it has in the brain, the less chance of insomnia or loss of sleep.

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