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Lauren
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@Kimberly 30754 wrote:

Oh I think I dumped after eating the banana it was sorry to mention thick snot , with slight tummy ache and just soooo tired . But didn’t think it was dumping as I didn’t have diarrhoea ( wish I did as I’m a little constipated ) .how strange didn’t think bananas were high in sugar but as I was going out I didn’t have time to eat an eat a whole one ….. Boohoo to bananas you had your day

Bananas are packed with natural sugar which is why they are the number one snack for elite athletes! I love them dried but can only have a few (slices, not bananas) at a time. Shame really as they are crammed with potassium too. It’s a banana conspiracy Kim and Treeza hahaha!

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