For people, who suffer from high blood pressure, drinking the juice from the inner core of a tender banana stem can do wonders. It can help in reducing and regulating blood pressure.
Banana stem juice is rich in iron and vitamin B6, which are responsible for increasing the hemoglobin content in blood. This property makes banana stem juice a cruicial part of the diet for anemic persons.
Cleans the urinary tract
Banana stem juice is diuretic and it flushes away the toxins and cleanses the urinary tract. Drinking banana stem juice at least thrice a week can prevent urinary tract infections (UTI).
Since banana stem juice regulates the insulin level in the body, it is extremely beneficial in treating the diabetes. Drinking the juice without straining it retains the fiber, which prevents the blood sugar level from shooting up.
Banana stem’s fiber can aid with ulcers and heartburn. Drink banana stem juice three times a week as an antacid.
Burns Belly fat
Adding a few scrapes of ginger into the banana stem juice can help burn the stubborn belly fat. It helps improve digestion and metabolism. As it is full of fiber, juice or even a cup of banana stem fills your stomach and keeps you satiated for a long time.
That high fiber content not only helps with weight loss, but also helps your regular. It helps loosen blockage and relieve discomfort that comes with constipation.
Prevents kidney stones
The potassium content in the banana stem and the citric acid in the lime together prevent the formation of calcium crystals and act as a shield against kidney stones
Helps to maintain weight
Regular consumption of banana stem juice helps control your weight. It also facilitates bowel movement and keeps the stomach healthy. Its fibers slow down the release of sugar, fats into the bloodstream, and helps remove fat from the body.
As banana stem has properties that
can promote urine production, it helps flush out the toxins from the body.
Mixing a dash or cardamom or lime along with the juice offers protection from
Here we are going to discuss something about money traps,
which we should avoid in our 30s.
Get into middle of adulthood, it is really a major shift in
priorities and it is time to start planning our financial future.
You may have a better income, but, do not let your social obligations strip it away. There are a few money traps that you should avoid it all costs, here are those:
1. Buying a car out of your price range
If tt is all about bragging to
your nears that you make a good amount of money, but, in reality nobody cares
what car you own even, if you drive around especially to showcase it, even if
they notice it, maximum time their admiration lasts only about 2 weeks, not
more than that. But, the money if you have bought out of loan, it will take you
years to get it settled with all the interest gets accumulated.
So, the bottom line is don’t buy
fancy car just to impress the people whom you don’t know or don’t like. Buy
what you can afford to and stay away from loan.
A car fresh from the manufacturer loses its 30% of its value in the very 1st year, half of it by the end of 3 years, and it is still a good car. So, buying a 3 year old car, you just have to spend half the price of it.
2. Buy a home out of your price range, that’s too expensive for you
Owning a house is not an
investment, at the age of 30 if you want to own a house that too out of your
budget, you need to fund it from somewhere, either from bank loan or by any
other means. Funding does not come at free of cost most of the times, it always
got interest and gets accumulated over a period, then, it becomes a burden and
take away a chunk of our monthly income.
In this case, you have no money left for emergencies, investing. Look for a house in the outskirts; after a few years, it could be a busy area with all the facilities around and now, it could be cheaper.
3. Spending too much going out
Everybody needs some entertainment to keep them relaxed, but you really need to budget them. Do not need to have an extravagant lifestyle to identify with others.
4. Having an expensive significant other
Always people tend to advice others to go for that, this, and so on. All you need to do is keep things under your control and keep their advice under scrutiny whether to accept and implement or not? If it is going to make a hole in your pocket, then, just shrug off and move ahead.
If you are going to get marry or committed or dating someone expecting long term relationship, make this clear on spending habit, and don’t showcase what/how you want to be in the future.
5. Credit Card
Credit card debt is the worst debt since interest rate is too high. Better, avoid spending via credit cards unless you can religiously make on time payment and keep things under control.
6. Don’t fall in the online trading platform
Many people are not skillful at it, expecting some serendipity to help them; they get it in and slowly get absorbed, unable to come out of it. It eats their time, energy and money. Stay away from this to save your peace.
7. Not investing
It is a big mistake. You need to
have investment plan which yields profit over a period. Otherwise, the money
you saved but did not grow as years progressed; you still find it difficult or
far away from achieving financial freedom.
Is your life taking you through the bumpy roads? Sometimes, Couldn’t you tolerate it? Is it making you feel stressed, upset? Whenever there is hardship, there is always leftover, which is called learning Carefully travel ahead with the leftover is called as maturity by age