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Fit Food Spotlight: Bananas. by Lori Nedescu, MS RD CSSD. July 29, 2019. No Comments. Bananas have been a long-time favorite food in the diet of athletes and MyFitnessPal users.
From toppings on pre-workout pancakes, stuffing for a nut butter sandwich, mix-ins for overnight oats and smoothies to a simple snack, bananas are a go-to ingredient for meals that commonly fuel training. Fit Food Spotlight: Bananas! Bananas are a favorite food choice amongst many athletes.
Bananas are a versatile food that has topped protein pancakes, mixed with overnight oats, added to smoothies, stuffed in between bread slices for a nut butter sandwich, consumed as a simple snack. While some products are moving toward a ‘real food’ approach with minimally processed ingredients, it can be easy to forget certain whole foods, like bananas, can provide the same benefits as what some people call ‘science food’. Dates are packed with an ideal mix of types of carbohydrates to fuel workouts and boost energy.
Bananas provide roughly 120 calories per medium-sized fruit. This amount is a solid way to boost the calorie count of any meal without going overboard. Athletes commonly need to boost calories of normal meals and snacks due to high-energy expenditures of daily training. Fit Food Spotlight: Avocado. While bananas might be the standard athlete food, the real fit-fruit winner might be the avocado.
That’s right, those green ovals with the creamy flesh and a large seed are actually fruit. With the recent increase in fat-friendly diet. Fad diets often put a certain food in the spotlight to convince you that it has magical weight loss properties.
The common banana, an inexpensive staple fruit, has had its fair share of promotional time. Fad diets pair bananas with milk and more contemporary banana-based fad diets let you eat as many calories as you want. Bob Harper, star of NBC’s The Biggest Loser, shares tips to have a healthier diet without sacrificing flavor! Follow him on Facebook and Twitter for tips on how you can start living a better life. Ripe bananas are a baker’s best friend, as green bananas can totally ruin an impromptu baking session at home.Ripe bananas are dotted with spots.
When it comes to sugar bananas, Monash data suggests that 1 medium (112g) firm sugar banana is low FODMAP (), and this would be a good place to start testing your tolerance levels.#FODMAP Tip: Peel and freeze your firm bananas in ziplock bags before they start getting brown spots. Then use the bananas to make low FODMAP smoothies, banana ice cream, or banana butterscotch pudding. Bananas provide an easily digestible source of carbohydrates, the preferential fuel during exercise.
They’re light on your stomach, which won’t weigh you.
List of related literature:
|from New Methods of Food Preservation|
|from The Best of Growing Edge|
|from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set|
|from Banana Cultures: Agriculture, Consumption, and Environmental Change in Honduras and the United States|
|from Edible Medicinal And Non Medicinal Plants: Volume 3, Fruits|
|from Around My French Table: More than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours|
|from Secrets of Colombian Cooking|
|from Jane Grigson’s Fruit Book|
|from Banana Wars: Power, Production, and History in the Americas|
|from Handbook of Diseases of Banana, Abaca and Enset|