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“You can't teach calculus to a chimpanzee. So just share your banana.” John Rachel

Published on 12/7/2017
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According to the Lempert Report, on average, Americans consume over 28 pounds of bananas each year, with over 96 percent of households purchasing bananas at least once each month. Dan Koeppel said that, “Americans eat as many bananas as apples and oranges combined.” Total annual world production is estimated at 86 million tons. According to the National Horticulture Board of India, India leads the world in banana production with an annual output of about 14 million tons (23 percent of the world’s total banana production). Most of the Indian bananas and plaintains are used for domestic consumption and not exported to other countries. The other leading banana producing countries are Brazil, Ecuador, China, Phillipines, Indonesia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Thailand and Colombia.

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Bananas are an incredible versatile fruit that can be eaten on-the-go or used in delicous recipes, from smoothies to baked goods. We are tempted to say that there is not a single banana recipe we met that we didn’t like, but that would be pushing it. For a healthy dessert option try this: get a couple of ounces of dark chocolate (over 70 percent cacao), and melt it. Slice up a banana, and dip each slice in the chocolate until the slices are fully covered. Place them in a container lined with parchment paper, and put it in the freezer. Let them freeze and enjoy a slice as a snack or dessert.

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It is usually oranges and strawberries that come to mind when think about Vitamin C, but a serving of banana provides 15 percent of the daily requirement for vitamin C. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that helps neutralize damaging free radicals and helps keep systemic inflammation at bay. It also helps produce collagen that holds muscles, bones and other tissues together. If you need even more reasons, Vitamin C helps keep blood vessels healthy and is needed to optimally absorb iron and folate.

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