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Eating Bananas With Black Spots

February 25, 2016 -

It is a well-known fact that when fruits ripen their nutrient content significantly changes. Many nutritionists believe that bananas with dark spots on their skin are much more effective than the bananas with green on their skin. Why? A fully ripened banana generates a substance that is called Tumor Necrosis Factor, also known as TNF. This substance fights against atypical cells and may prevent many diseases and carcinogens.

Bananas with dark spots also improve the immune system and the TNF’s anti-cancer properties successfully fight cancer! As soon as the banana is ripe, put them in the refrigerator to prevent them from losing more vitamins.

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