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Sometimes the most simple tasks are the hardest to get right. Cleaning windows shouldn't be difficult but many people experience just this. We give you the low-down on getting crystal clear windows every time. Let us know what you think and how you do yours.
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Really easy low cost cleaning hack
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I have discovered easy and non-toxic ingredients you can find at home to make your own homemade cleaning product. So easy and cost effective! No more expensive products at the store!

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Keep your home clean and healty with this tips !

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The Health Benefits of Bananas

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#Bananas are sweet, yellow tropical fruits that find their way into our everyday diet because of their sweet taste, great nutritional value and their richness in potassium. Even though bananas are high in calories, their health benefits cannot be ignored. Bananas are used fresh, in smoothies and milkshakes, in pies, ice creams, sweets, chocolates, fruit salads and much more.

100 grams of banana contains 90 calories plus great amounts of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants etc. Its flesh is soft and creamy and contains simple sugars such as sucrose and fructose that are easily digested. Bananas are therefore commonly used by athletes because they provide healthy energy. The amount of dietary fiber consisted in 100 grams of fresh banana is around 7% of the recommended daily dose. Banana is well-known for its constipation relief properties.

Bananas are a rich source of potassium, containing around 358 mg potassium per 100 grams. Potassium is essential component of body and cell fluids, helping control blood pressure and heart rate. There are many vitamins present in a banana: vitamin C, that helps the body resist infections and harmful free radicals; vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) that is beneficial for the nervous system, for anemia and neuritis treatment and helps decrease the homocystine level which is one of the causes of stokes.

Bananas contain antioxidants such as zea xantin, alpha and beta carotene and lutein in smaller amounts. These components help eradicate the free radicals from the body and keep it healthy and protected. Bananas contain minerals such as manganese, a co-factor for the creation of the antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase; magnesium for strong bone structure and heart protection and copper, essential in the production of red blood cells.

When fully ripened, bananas are soft and prone to decay. They are harvested while still green, because they tend to ripen when harvested and transportation is easier like that. A nice, ripe banana is bright yellow with a rich aroma and creamy taste. The peel is removed easily. Avoid mushy and very ripe bananas as they are not as tasty as the good ones and tend to blacken and lose their appeal.

The nutritive value for 100 grams of banana is as follows:

90 kcal

Dietary fiber: 2.60 grams

Protein: 1.09 grams

Carbohydrates: 22.84 grams

Total fat: 0.33 grams

Cholesterol: 0 mg

Serving suggestions:

Fresh, without additions

With nuts and nut butters

It can also be used in fruit salads, smoothies, juices, milkshakes

In cakes, cake fillings

Ice creams, muffins, breads

With pancakes and crepes

Plantain (unripe banana) can be used as a vegetable in some recipes. They are also known as cooking bananas because they’re used as vegetables and as a staple diet in some tropical Caribbean and African regions

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