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Do you know that eating Cadaba Banana can help prevent stress?


"Cardava" are just a few of the bananas grown here in the Philippines and are also a favorite of most for its sweetness and flavor. Saba has the most nutrients our body will ever need such as vitamins A, B & C, dietary fiber, and iron. Cardava is best eaten when they are not yet cooked because they are more nutritious.

The benefits of eating Saba are:
1.)Stress prevention
When you are stressed, or nervous just eat it Saba because it helps to ease the mood. Because tryptophan bananas are high in the body's metabolism for serotonin, it can also reduce your mood.
2.)Eye brightening
Vitamin A is rich in vitamin A that helps our eye health
3.)It helps to prevent smoking. Saba has vitamin B and other minerals that reduce the negative effects of nicotine on the body.
4.)Ulcer medicine
The banana helps with an ulcer because it has a natural antacid that helps with stomach inflammation.
5.)It provides energy and satiety. If you exercise regularly, eating a banana diet is a great benefit to keep you from getting tired and to keep your body strong.
 6.)Skinny Banana is effective in slowing down because they are low in calories. Bananas are a great source of nutrients for our bodies because they have many benefits to our health.

So we tend to eat it especially for those who want to lose weight it is effective, and it also helps pregnant women maintain a good mood because of its vitamin B6.



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