Results for what? Experience with what?
My experience is they taste yummy, and the result was a satisfied sugar craving.
They're carb-heavy, but if weight loss isn't your goal, or you already eat a low-carb diet then you're okay eating them (occasionally).
Also, if it's a once in awhile thing used to satisfy a sugar craving, it's much better than the alternative.
I eat half a banana about twice a week or so in a coconut berry shake, and I have continued to lose weight. I find it helps control sugar/carb cravings and adds some diversity to my diet. I just try to keep my carbs on the low side for the rest of the day.
They're useful if you're doing intense exercise. I like them with Greek yogurt as a pre-workout breakfast or in a smoothie for recovery.
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as long as you aren't eating 30 a day and to the exclusion of other foods, I think they're fine.
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Of fruit, they are lower on the fructose scale. A good bet I think, fruit-wise.
Pro: helped promote "moving things along"
Con: Bloating feeling, irritable mood for no apparent other reason.
will test again tomorrow by not having banana then Thursday having one.