At that age, your first visit to a zoo was so exciting. I mean, I saw pictures of animals in books, some even in pop-up books, but to see them for real, well…what a feeling!
I’m sure every child has a favourite animal and the good old monkey is a firm favourite because monkeys are fun and like to entertain the watching children (and adults of course!).
Now, when I was that said child, I noticed that monkeys were always linked to bananas – I’m not exactly sure how many bananas I saw consumed by them but they do eat bananas!
I’m not even sure at that age whether I had tasted a banana. It looked weird, had a colour that resembled the sun and there were different sizes. It was mind-blowing for a young child to take in (well, sort of mind-blowing!).
I think that, ever since that visit to the zoo, I’ve eaten bananas almost every day. In fact, when I worked for the local council, I used to eat 4 or 5 in the office! I was known for my banana stash and anyone who wanted a quick energy fix, could pop round to my desk and we would barter for a banana! I usually ended up with a pack of staples!
These days, my motto is ‘a banana a day keeps the doctor away’ – rather than apples, though apples do have many nutritional values.
Well, according to Seenox, you’ll never look at a banana in the same way ever again!
Have you ever seen a monkey ill? Ha, well maybe that is a tongue-in-cheek comment from someone on that website but monkeys do always look and act healthy!
Now the serious part…
Bananas have so many health benefits; you should really make the good old banana a BIG part of your diet. They don’t just provide instant energy but have many nutritious values.
Check out this article and soon, you’ll be reaching for the nearest bunch.
Local markets are great for buying your bananas at a good price.