Go Bananas With Healthy Banana Muffins

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Healthy Banana muffins are delicious! The sweet taste of a banana is dear to most moms. Bananas are very easy to put in  your picnic basket, kids love the taste, and they are packed with potassium that is so good for you. I always seem to have a peeled banana in the front seat of my car when driving; as most moms do.

If you make living healthy banana muffins with whole grains, you can add these healthy muffins as a healthy snack for your kids, or a healthy breakfast food. When you eat a healthy banana muffin, you get the health benefits of the banana in addition to all the whole grain goodness.

Did you know that banana muffins can improve your kid’s mood?

Adding bananas to your muffins is a wonderful way to make sure your kids are getting bananas in their diet, and also to sweeten your banana muffins. Healthy banana muffins are simply out of this world in taste!

Banana Muffin Recipe:

Banana Muffin Recipe With Strawberries & Peaches

  • This tasty banana muffin recipe is filled with whole grain goodness. You will love to bite into the muffin and find sweet chunks of strawberry and peaches will be hidden inside of the banana muffins. This healthy banana muffin is best served cold and is great to use as a healthy dessert.

Did You Know the Health Benefits of Bananas?

  • Bananas can improve your kid’s mood because they convert the tryptophan (an amino acid) that is inside of bananas to serotonin. Make banana muffins and you have a way to keep your kid’s spirits high.
  • Bananas are packed with fructooligosaccharide, a good bacteria that helps protect us from unhealthy infections and helps kids absorb calcium. Who ever thought a banana muffin could help with this!
  • Adding bananas to your muffins is a wonderful way to make sure your kids are getting bananas in their diet, and also to sweeten your banana muffins. Healthy banana muffins are simply out of this world in taste!
  • According to the  International Journal of Cancer, women eating bananas four to six times a week decreased their risk of kidney disease by 50%, compared to those who did not eat this fruit.
  • The US Food and Drug Administration enabled the banana industry to make official claims for the fruit’s ability to reduce the risk of blood pressure and stroke.
  • Bananas help kids be more alert in school. A study was down of 200 students at a Twickenham school in England. The study found that bananas helped the kids be more alert due to the rich potassium in the fruit.

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