Friday, September 4, 2009

The Bananas with dark patches on yellow skin......

General information. Happy reading................[use your own discretion as I got this information through an email sent to me.]
The fully ripe banana produces a substance called TNF which has the ability to combat abnormal cells.
So don't be surprised very soon the shops will go out of stock for bananas.
As the banana ripens, it develops dark spots or patches on the skin. The more dark patches it has, the higher will be its' immunity enhancement quality. Hence the Japanese love bananas for a good reason. According to a Japanese scientific research, banana contains TNF which has anti-cancer properties. The degree of anti-cancer effect corresponds to the degree of ripeness of the fruit, ie the riper the banana, the better the anti-cancer quality.

In an animal experiment carried out by  Professor Yamasaki of Tokyo University comparing the various health benefits of different fruits, using banana, grape, apple, water melon, pineapple, pear and persimmon, it was found that banana gave the best results. It increased the number of white bloodcells, enhanced the immunity of the body and produced anti-cancer substance TNF.

The recommendation is to eat 1 to 2 banana a day to increase your body immunity to diseases like cold, flu and others.

According to the Japanese professor, yellow skin bananas with dark spots on it are 8 times more effective in enhancing the property of whiteblood cells than the green skin version.

:o)

6 comments:

Shropshire lad and Suffolk lass said...

Oh dear, T won't like this because as soon as a banana has any brown spots, he finds them too sweet! Only enjoys them before they become marked. Bananas are a standing joke in our family: T once proudly told my mum that he ate one every day, to which my mum replied "Well Tim Henman has six!" I have made banana cake in the past but haven't for ages. Bit tired today as Dad had a fall in the night and was shaken up. He's forgotten now, I think, and seems ok. Hero ok?

Bubbles...ooo said...

I must say T is a bit extraordinary. M I right to say that bananas that aren't ripe enough has some sap that sticks to your teeth? Must ask you to teach me how to make banana cakes. I don't seem to be able to get the right recipe. BTW, is your daddy OK besides being shaken? Hero? Oh he is good and well, hiking again today. TQ. How about you? Ok? All the best. :o)

YULI said...

a little fact to share: the smaller the size of banana the higher its potassium content :D

Bubbles...ooo said...

Oh, I didn't know. TQ so much for the info. :o)

csil007 said...

Needless to say, this yet another brilliant hoax disguised in the form of something of benefit to the masses. Did anyone stop to wonder, 'what is the name of this "Japanese professor"?' Having scoured through many of the scientific literature pertaining to the effects of TNF-alpha on cancer what is safe to say is that it is infact more likely to be a CAUSATIVE agent in cancer rather than a preventive one. Of course this article claims it has miraculous benefits in fighting cancer. Please don't be fooled by this nonsensical gibberish with sketchy and rather misleading details.

Laramie Brown said...

You have been misled. The Japanese scientists injected banana extract into the stomach cavities of mice and then measure the mouse production of TNF. No TNF is in bananas, only animals. Eat all the rotting bananas you want. It probably won't hurt you, but you won't get any TNF. Bananas do contain anti-oxidants.