Banana Cheap Diet


Since I have been running for almost three months now, I have developed my personal routine and a diet which I consider to be most effective in my own perceptions. Also, since I have some experience to share, might as well, give some of my mediocre discoveries.

I’ve decided to make myself be available for a suitable exercise because I was feeling a little heavy this year. My first goal was to include any form of exercise into my daily activity. I picked running since I lived near a park where a bunch of people were doing some cardio-related exercises such as running and sprinting. As I started my running routine, I developed my own choices of food. From breakfast, to lunch up until midnight snacks. 

The second goal was to develop a sense of attachment and from that time up until these days, I was successful enough to enjoy doing some running exercise.

Tips before running:

Try to eat at least eat a 126g roughly a piece of banana or a 115g or a piece of an apple. A glass of water would be enough for you not to be dehydrated. If you are on a budget, I suggest you should choose the banana. That’s your healthiest and cheapest option. Bananas are rich in potassium, a necessity for the heart, kidneys, and other organs to work properly and normally. You can also absorb potassium from various green leafy vegetables but for me, eating a banana is perfect for my night running routine.

From Chiquita Bananas, here are the detailed nutrients of a single banana:



One thought on “Banana Cheap Diet

  1. Aw, this was a really good post. Finding the time and actual
    effort to produce a top notch article… but what can I say… I procrastinate a lot and don’t
    seem to get nearly anything done.


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