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105 calories

Serving: 1

Unit: medium (7" to 7-7/8" long)

Serving Weight: 118gm

27 gm

1 gm

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0 mg

3 gm
Dietry Fiber

0 gm
Saturated Fats

1 mg

14 gm

422 mg

Banana is a sweet fruit, technically a berry, that is a great source of nutrients and energy. Bananas are usually eaten ripe, but raw bananas are also used for cooking and making chips.    FAQs-   
  1. What are the benefits of eating a banana?
  Bananas are loaded with fiber, potassium, vitamins B6 and C, many antioxidants and phyto-nutrients.    Fiber in banana helps with digestion and gut health, while the high potassium and low sodium content helps in lowering your blood pressure and maintaining it at healthy levels.   
  1. Is there a right time to eat bananas?
  Best time to eat bananas is when you feel low on energy. Avoid eating bananas for dinner or after dinner, since eating bananas during late hours can create mucus and mess with your digestion.    Best time to eat bananas is for breakfast or as a post-lunch snack. Since it keeps you feeling full for longer and controls cravings.   
  1. Which type of banana is the healthiest?
  Yellow banana is considered quite healthy, since it is a good source of minerals and antioxidants. But spotted and brown bananas are considered even better since they contain a protein called tumor necrosis alpha which has anti-cancer properties. 

Burn 105 calories by doing just anything you love.

Change Body Weight 70kg

Running,9 minutes

Running 6 mph (10-minute mile)

Swimming, 20 minutes

Swimming 2 mph

Jogging, 11 minutes

Jogging (1 mile every 12 min)

Activity Time to burn 105 Calories
Walking slowly, less than 2 mph 45 minutes
Gardening, light 45 minutes
General house cleaning 30 minutes
Walking briskly, 3 mph 27 minutes
Heavy yard work or gardening 22 minutes
Climbing stairs 22 minutes
Bicycling, casual, less than 10 mph 22 minutes
Dancing (ballet or modern) 19 minutes
Snorkeling 18 minutes
Mowing the lawn with hand mower 16 minutes
Shoveling snow 15 minutes
Strenuous hiking 14 minutes
Rowing or kayaking 13 minutes
Skiing, downhill 13 minutes
Bicycling, 10–16 mph 11 minutes
Aerobic calisthenics 11 minutes
Singles tennis 9 minutes
Standing 1 hour 9 minutes
Reading 1 hour 0 minute
talking on telephone 1 hour 0 minute
Sitting in class 50 minutes
studying 50 minutes
note taking 50 minutes
playing musical instrument 45 minutes
Light gardening 45 minutes
Light office work 45 minutes
watch repair 45 minutes
micro-assembly 45 minutes
light assembly 45 minutes
bartending 45 minutes
store clerk 45 minutes
assembling 45 minutes
filing 45 minutes
Walking downstairs 36 minutes
Cooking 36 minutes
light housekeeping 36 minutes
shopping 36 minutes
Pushing stroller with child 36 minutes
walking dog 36 minutes
Walking at an average pace (2-2.5 mi/hr) 33 minutes
slow dancing 33 minutes
Golf using power cart 33 minutes
bowling 33 minutes
fishing 33 minutes
repair heavy parts 30 minutes
assemble heavy parts 30 minutes
auto repair 30 minutes
pack boxes for moving 30 minutes
nursing 30 minutes
driving heavy tractor 30 minutes
driving bus 30 minutes
driving truck 30 minutes
Washing car 30 minutes
Washing windows 30 minutes
mopping 30 minutes
moderately vigorous playing with children 30 minutes
sweeping outside house 30 minutes
vacuuming 30 minutes
picking fruit or vegetables 30 minutes
scrubbing floors 30 minutes
Walking at a brisk pace (1 mi every 20 min) 26 minutes
Weight lifting 26 minutes
water aerobics 26 minutes
Golf not carrying clubs 26 minutes
leisurely canoeing 26 minutes
leisurely kayaking 26 minutes
in office - not carrying anything 26 minutes
in office - carrying only light articles 26 minutes
climbing stairs 22 minutes
dancing (moderately fast) 22 minutes
leisurely bicycling <10 mph 22 minutes
Raking lawn 22 minutes
planting shrubs 22 minutes
weeding garden 22 minutes
gardening activities 22 minutes
Masonry 22 minutes
painting 22 minutes
paper hanging 22 minutes
moderately heavy lifting 22 minutes
moderately heavy farm work 22 minutes
Slow swimming 20 minutes
Golf carrying clubs 20 minutes
Walking at a very brisk pace (one mi every 15 min) 18 minutes
Most doubles tennis 18 minutes
Dancing (more rapid) 18 minutes
Some exercise apparatuses 18 minutes
carrying objects about 25-49 lb 18 minutes
Digging 18 minutes
spading 18 minutes
vigorous gardening 18 minutes
using heavy power tools 18 minutes
mowing lawn (hand mower) 18 minutes
Painting 18 minutes
carpentry 18 minutes
cleaning gutters 18 minutes
laying carpet 18 minutes
Chopping wood 18 minutes
Slow jogging (one mi every 13 to 14 min) 15 minutes
Ice or roller skating 15 minutes
Doubles tennis (if you run a lot) 15 minutes
Using heavy tools (not power) such as shovel, pick, spade 15 minutes
driving heavy machinery 15 minutes
forestry 15 minutes
Hiking 14 minutes
Rowing 13 minutes
canoeing 13 minutes
kayaking vigorously 13 minutes
Dancing (vigorous) 13 minutes
Bicycling 10 to 16 mph 11 minutes
Swimming laps moderately fast to fast 11 minutes
aerobic calisthenics 11 minutes
squash 9 minutes
racquetball 9 minutes
Jogging (1 mile every 12 min) 11 minutes
cross country 11 minutes
Heavy farming work 11 minutes
Running 6 mph (10-minute mile) 9 minutes
Running 8 mph (7.5-minute mile) 7 minutes
Running 10 mph (6-minute mile) 6 minutes