Because they are frequently collected when they are still green, green bananas are sometimes referred to as raw bananas. The advantage of green bananas is that they have an appetite-suppressing effect because of their high fiber and resistant starch content.
Due to its high dietary fiber and resistant starch content, green bananas help with weight control, digestion, and long-lasting satiety. Additionally, they are helpful for a number of stomach disorders such gastric ulcers, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, and bacterial infections of the digestive system.
A green or yellow medium-sized banana (100 grams) contains 2.6 g of fiber, 22.84 g of carbohydrates, 358 mg of potassium, 5 mg of calcium, 27 mg of magnesium, 22 µg of lutein and zeaxanthin, 20 µg of folate, and 8.7 mg of vitamin C.