Banana Squash

A banana squash is a winter squash. It is yellow/orange in color (when ripe, it is salmon colored) and is about 2 to 3 feet long. It smells like a cucumber, the meat looks similar to a pumpkin, but it has its own flavor. It can weigh up to 35lbs but is generally around 10lbs.

They are fat free, cholesterol free, sodium free, and an excellent source of vitamin A and C. They can be stored up to six months if in a dark, low humid environment and can be used in the same way as any other winter squash. It makes great stews, soups, and salad toppings. It pairs great with butter, cheese, lamb, pork belly and truffles. The … Read the rest

Banana Smoothies

A banana contains a minimum number of 90 calories. Bananas also contain about 2.5 grams of fiber and 50% of this fiber is soluble. One of the reasons why you should learn how to prepare banana smoothies recipes is the unparalleled nutrient content of this fruit. Bananas are full of potassium, an important mineral electrolyte. Potassium is absorbed through the walls of the intestines and into the cells of the body. Since potassium is a key electrolyte in the body, deficiency results in symptoms foremost of which heart rate irregularity. An adequate potassium level is also critical in maintaining blood pressure.

What are the benefits of adding the fruit to your daily dietary regimen? Bananas promote gastrointestinal health, help regulate … Read the rest

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