The Health Benefits of Baby Banana

Baby banana is known as the sweetest of all bananas, also called finger or lady finger banana. It offers the same benefits just like a regular banana and is native to Columbia. Banana is one of the healthiest and most popular fruit in the world, consumed by nearly everyone on earth daily.


These yellow-skinned fruits are ideal for health because they have a sweet taste that most people enjoy. Because of its petite size and sweetness, this little banana is loved by even children. Bananas are known to treat a variety of health conditions.


Due to their content in fiber, they help restore a normal bowel function. In addition, diarrhoea usually depletes your body of important electrolytes (of which the most important is potassium, contained in high amounts in bananas).


They also contain pectin, a soluble fiber (hydrocolloid) that can help normalize movement through the digestive tract. It is also a rich source of vitamins A, B, B6, B12, E and C. It is full of potassium, zinc, iron, manganese and magnesium.


Baby Banana
Baby Banana

Like other yellow bananas, the peel of a baby banana will turn from green to yellow when ripe. As with other fruits, select them according to when they will be eaten. Banana is low in salt and high in calcium, therefore FDA has allowed its use to prevent heart strokes, heart attack and to lower high blood pressure.


The iron content in it helps to fight against anaemia and strengthens blood. Swelling is reduced, production of white cells improves, nervous system gets strengthened and weight loss is aided in its use.


Baby bananas are a nutrient-rich food source. According to Colombian Tropical Fruits, baby bananas contain vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, ascorbic acid, tryptophan, iron and niacin. Bananas are also a good source of potassium. In addition to being eaten as is, the baby banana can be baked, sautéed, broiled, or even grilled, and it is a wonderful addition to fruit salads.