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“Apparently humans share fifty per cent of their DNA with bananas. My father is a constant reminder of that.” Holly Smale

Published on 12/10/2017
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ARE TODAY’S BANANAS AT RISK OF GOING EXTINCT?

Banana expert Don Keoppel wrote in The Scientist that a new variety of the fungal disease that virtually wiped out the Gros Michel banana is now attacking the Cavendish variety. According to Koeppel, “Banana companies such as Chiquita and Dole are reportedly working to develop new varieties,” but Keoppel says that the real answer is for consumers to demand more variety of bananas. “Most banana researchers agree that the real answer—as has been the case with crops like potatoes, apples, and grapes—is to abandon the monoculture that makes the emergence of a disease so devastating,” wrote Koeppel. According to Koeppel, there are five types of bananas coming available in the U.S. in recent years that can be purchased at supermarkets and specialty grocers, through mail order, or online: Baby bananas, Manzanos, Burros, Platintains, and Reds.

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 BANANAS ARE RICH IN VITAMIN B6

Maybe the saying should be “a banana a day, keeps the doctor away.” Bananas contain 20 percent of the daily requirements of vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 helps the body make nonessential amino acids to create healthy cells. It also helps produce insulin, hemoglobin and antibodies that help fight infections.

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BANANAS PROVIDE RELIEF FOR GI DISTRESS

Feeling a little under the weather? Bananas are great because they’re easy to digest and considered non-irritating for the stomach and upper GI tract. That is why they are part of the clinical BRAT diet -- bananas, rice, applecause and dry toast -- which is a diet plan registered dietitians use when patients have acute diarrhea. Bananas are also one of the first fruits that are introduced to young children when they start eating solid foods.

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