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Health benefits of unripe plantain

While you wait for your green plantains to turn golden-yellow in time for breakfast dodo, maybe you should consider eating them as they are.

Yes, unripe plantains are awesome!

They are rich in iron, which helps in the manufacturing of new blood cells. Eating unripe plantains could be an alternative way of preventing and treating anemia.

Unripe plantains have fibrous bulk that is filling, but they are low in carbohydrates and consequently, sugar! This comes in handy for people who want to lose weight, and people who are diabetic too.

The ways to prepare unripe plantains are versatile. Plantain flour substitutes in place of garri; it works cut up into a pottage, fried or baked as a snack, or as an accompaniment to other meals. Use your imagination.

Because of its high fiber content, it helps with bowel movement and promotes digestive health. It also contains calcium that helps to make the bones and teeth of the little ones grow in strong.

If you are still skeptical, then maybe you should know that eating unripe plantains could help to boost your performance in bed too! It builds your strength and vitality, and it helps to improve sperm count and thickness.