Is it good to eat banana and drink milk on an empty stomach?

We all know that breakfast is one of the important meal that should be very healthy and nutritional.You all aware with the popular saying that is “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a begger” So we have to be very strict towards our diet plan. We all know that fruit are known for promoting a healthy heart and reducing fatigue in the body, besides maintaining blood pressure, reducing depression, constipation, heartburn and ulcers and provide a cooling effect to the body. It is also high in iron content that helps in stimulating the production of hemoglobin .So we choose “banana” one of the easiest option for breakfast considering its all benefits in the form of fruit.

Bananas are an excellent source of potassium, fiber and magnesium, hence fulfilling the need of various nutrients in your body. It boosts your energy and reduces hunger pangs. One must consume bananas every day, bananas contain include iron, tryptophan, vitamin B6 and vitamin B..But according to various sources,we find that bananas, despite being full of potassium, fiber and magnesium, are not a good option to consume on an empty stomach. Some of the reasons include:

  • The high amount of natural sugars present in bananas that boost energy could also make you feel drained after a few hours.
  • Bananas temporarily fill you up leaving you sleepy and fatigued.
  • Bananas are acidic in nature; hence, it may cause bowel problems if consumed on an empty stomach.

As “Bananas are acidic in nature and have high amounts of potassium. They are good to start off with in the morning but not on an empty stomach. You should team it with soaked dry fruits, apples and other fruits to minimalise the acidic content in the body.” The high magnesium content can cause imbalance between calcium and magnesium in the blood, which may further have an adverse effect on the cardiovascular system.

So,I think Banana is not a good option for eating like a breakfast.

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