Bananas Fight Allergies and Asthma

Bananas Health Facts Asthma and Allergies

May is National Allergy and Asthma Month and wouldn’t you know it; bananas have been linked to reduce symptoms of both. Take this into consideration with your banana marketing and watch your customers take an active interest in the other health benefits bananas have to offer.

Providing helpful tips on how to reduce symptoms of allergies and asthma is one of the best ways you can increase sales and bring bananas into your customer’s daily diet. Raising awareness of the health benefits that organic bananas host will show that you care and draw more interest to your banana display.

In relations to asthma, a British study has shown children who ate one banana a day had a 34% lower chance of developing asthmatic symptoms such as wheezing. It is suggested, since bananas are the best source of vitamin B6 they cause a greater production in adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and cyclic adenosine momophosphate (cAMP), molecules that help relax bronchial smooth muscle tissue.

Everyone hates allergies. They are the opposite of fun. Over 36 million Americans suffer from “hay fever”-like symptoms. Place emphasis on your seasonal messaging by fighting the good fight against allergies. There are many foods that help alleviate this common annoyance and you can raise awareness by cross marketing and putting them on display.

Kill the chances of sneezing, sniffling, and itchy eyes with organic bananas and the power of vitamin C. The benefits of this wonder fruit is more natural than any over-the-counter drug. More than ever, customers are choosing the more organic and natural route. Bananas are the perfect choice and you don’t have to worry about side effects.

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