Baked bananas

Baked bananas

Whether you are under stress at work or in your private life, whether you simply lack the time to complete your daily tasks, or you are under emotional pressure, stress is always accompanied by a magnesium deficiency. Stress is the ultimate magnesium guzzler, which needs to be balanced out.
Magnesium is responsible for muscle function, which is why muscle cramps, often in the calves, occur in times of deficiency.
Many foods, but especially nuts and seeds, contain particularly high levels of magnesium.
Those who are already under pressure and stress naturally have little time to cook elaborately.
A quick and effective recipe that provides you with magnesium is baked bananas.

For one serving you need:
2 ripe bananas
1 tablespoon of honey
2 tablespoons of Cia seeds

First, heat the oven to 160 degrees. Now cut the skin of the bananas lengthwise on one side. Now drizzle half a tablespoon of honey on each banana. Now add the cia seeds over the bananas, which will be lightly toasted while cooking.
Put the two prepared bananas in the oven on the middle rack and let bake in the tray for 15 minutes. Soon a wonderful aroma will spread through the apartment, whetting your appetite and tantalizing your senses. This will also help calm your nerves and relieve your stress.
After the cooking time, place the bananas on a plate. If necessary, decorate with a few mint leaves and enjoy.

This recipe is quick, eliminates and prevents stress and is extremely nutritious.