What Are Bananas Made of?

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Banana fruits consist of approximately 75% of water and 25% dry matter. They typically have a protective outer layer or peel with numerous long, thin strings, which run lengthwise between the skin and the edible inner portion.
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The banana fruit comes from a banana plant which a giant herb of the same family as orchids, lilies and palms. The banana fruit is full of proteins. Moreover, it has iron, magnesium, selenium, a lot of vitamins, and is good for salt-free diets due to its low contents in sodium chloride.
Bananas are made of thousands of tiny hairs(fibers) that makes a soft interior. They contain large amounts og vitamin B6, vitamin C and potassium.
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