Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins in Bananas


A banana is a sweet, conveniently-packaged food, providing you with approximately 110 calories of high-fiber nutrition in each serving. Because your body uses carbohydrates before protein and fat, eating a banana can give you a quick energy boost, making them popular among athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Most of the benefits bananas offer are in the…

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Low Potassium Levels Due to Diet


Because manufacturers of nutritional products are not allowed to sell supplements containing more than 99 milligrams of potassium per capsule, many people who consume healthy, balanced diets and take supplements are still not getting enough potassium. The mineral is not abundant in many commonly eaten foods and it cannot be adequately provided by nutritional products.…

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Health Benefits of Shiitake Mushrooms


The shiitake mushroom, the third most widely distributed mushroom in the world, has enjoyed a prominent spot in Asian cuisine for centuries. People eat shiitake mushrooms raw, cooked or dried, making them a versatile food you can incorporate into a wide array of meals. Raw shiitakes offer the largest number of health benefits, but dried…

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Eating Bananas Before a Run for Extra Energy


Incorporating bananas into your diet is easy. Bananas go well with many high-protein foods, including peanut butter, and are delicious blended into a smoothie or protein shake. A banana’s combination of complex carbohydrates, natural sugar, amino acids and brain-boosting minerals make it a beneficial food for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. With 3.5 grams of fiber…

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