Banana - Baby Niños are short, chubby bananas
about 3 inches long. They are green when unripe but will turn bright yellow
when they are ready to eat but may develop some black spots. They have a rich,
sweet banana flavor with a soft, creamy texture.
All bananas contain three natural sources of
sugar: sucrose, fructose, and glucose, making them a source of instant and
sustainable energy. Banana is the world's favorite fruit, and the banana plant
is not a tree. It is the world's biggest herb. Bananas contain three natural
sugars: sucrose, fructose, and glucose.
A banana gives an instant and sustainable boost of
energy. They are a good source of potassium, fiber, 110 calories each, approximately
6 vitamins, and 11 minerals. Bananas have many health benefits.
A banana is the fruit of plants of the genus Musa
in the family Musaceae. They are long and thin and come in a variety of sizes
and colors. The fruit is soft and is usually peeled and eaten raw. It is a rich
source of potassium. Some varieties, usually referred to as plantains are not
sweet, they are used in cooking and are the staple starch of some tropical populations.