What Are The Benefits of Bananas

 

People have a perception that bananas are only good for their health, but today we will be mentioning their effect on your hair, skin and overall beauty.

Bananas are known as “Super Foods” and that’s not just for how rich they are in minerals. That’s because they multi-task inside your body. :D

Definitely your body needs all the minerals and nutrition in the fruits, but your skin? And hair? Need them too.

 

Do you know what bananas can do?

 

  1. Moisturize Your Skin

Bananas are great natural moisturizers for your skin. The vitamin A present in bananas restores the lost moisture and repairs damaged, dull, and dry skin.

  1. Help Your Skin Glow

Bananas contain good amounts of vitamin C that helps in maintaining the natural and youthful glow of the skin.

  1. Have Anti-Aging Benefits

The nutrients in bananas help fight wrinkles and keep the skin youthful.

  1. Have Benefits For Foot Care

The moisturizing property of bananas can be used to get rid of cracked heels.

  1. Help Treat Puffy Eyes

The nutrients in bananas can help calm the blood vessels under the eyes and reduce puffy eyes. The potassium in the banana draws out the excess fluid from under the skin and gives relief.

  1. Help You Achieve Beauty Sleep

We all know how essential a good night’s sleep is for maintaining skin health. Melatonin is the sleep inducing hormone in the human body and tryptophan is the amino acid that is necessary for the production of this sleep hormone.

  1. Enhance Hair Health And Appearance

Bananas contain folic acid that makes your hair shine . They also keep your hair moisturized and well hydrated. The potassium in the fruit and the other natural oils also improve hair health.

 

So? Even if you did not like bananas before, now you love them, right? :D

One to two bananas per day is considered a moderate intake for most healthy people.

 

Happy Banana Day

 

Resources:

https://www.stylecraze.com/articles/amazing-benefits-and-uses-of-using-banana-for-skin-and-hair/

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/how-many-bananas-a-day#bottom-line