Bananas are a very popular fruit in the world that contains essential nutrients which are very beneficial to our health.
Apart from it's sweetness and great taste, bananas have potential health benefits such as; aiding heart health, it improves digestion process, regulates the body and moderates blood sugar levels. They may also aid weight loss.
There are many healthy reasons why we need to eat bananas, but we are looking at why it is important to eat this special fruit at night.
This is why;
Bananas are rich in sleep-enhancing nutrients like magnesium, tryptophan, vitamin B6, carbs and potassium, all of which have been linked to improved sleep.
The high level of potassium in bananas can relax your muscles and reduce nighttime cramps. Also, high magnesium diet is linked to lower stress and anxiety levels.
From this, it can be said that people who find it difficult to sleep at night, can consume more bananas in the evening or at night so as to sleep very well.
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