Nutritional potential and multiple uses of banana peel | 100089
An International Journal

Agricultural and Biological Research

ISSN - 0970-1907
RNI # 24/103/2012-R1


Nutritional potential and multiple uses of banana peel

Unnati Sharma*, Priya Mishra and Divya Sanghi

Globally, interest in investigating waste management is growing as more people become concerned about pollution and its different causes. Banana peel flour has Jess protein and fat calories and more dietary fibre and total carbs. The chemical constitution of BPF determines its possible uses, and the Resistant Starch (RS) and dietary fibre found in banana peels serve as key structural and functional elements. Utilizing the garbage is essential for overcoming these toxic gases and making it feasible to use the waste. After the fruit is harvested, the banana plant is useless, but it plays an important role in the production of biofuel, cellulose, citric acid, lactic acid, amylase, bio-film, papers, bio-plastic, and bio-electricity in the agro­industry, among other things. Peels are also utilized a bio-sorbent to clean water by removing nitrites from drinking water as well as for anti-fungal and antibiotic purposes. The value of banana peels in several domains is covered in the current review.

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