This Is What Happens To Your Body After Eating Bananas with Black Spots
By Carly Fraser
Everyone loves to eat bananas, but are they eating them at the right time?
Eating bananas with black spots instead of when they are yellow-green and unripe could mean a world of difference in terms of how they benefit the body.
The fact is, is that the riper the banana, the better anti-cancer qualities they possess.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, however, given the fact that when fruit is at its peak ripe stage, it contains the highest concentration of vitamins, minerals and crucial cancer-fighting phytonutrients. When fruit is fully ripe, it also contains all of the necessary enzymes to help aid digestion. Have you ever eaten fruit that is un-ripe and noticed stomach issues after-the-fact (heart burn, bloating, gas, indigestion, etc.?) – if you eat a mostly raw vegan diet, then you’ve experienced what I’m talking about. Unripe fruit just shouldn’t be eaten. Always eat your fruit ripe, folks!
Okay, so back to bananas. Japanese researchers have proven that ripe bananas fight cancer. The dark spots on ripe yellow bananas signal that your banana contains high levels of a substance called Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF), which destroys cancerous tumours.
If you let your bananas sit on the counter and ripen fully, they will have higher antioxidant levels, which means better immune-strengthening effects for YOU, and a higher white blood cell count. In fact, yellow-skinned bananas with dark spots were found to be 8 times more effective at enhancing the cancer-fighting properties of white blood
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