Monkeys aren’t crazy

 In Banana, Breakfast, Brunch, Chicago, Chicago Waffles, Fruity, Waffles

Monkeys are distant ancestors of the human race. At least, that’s the claim of modern science and the theory of evolution. Whether we intimately agree or disagree with this statement, we cannot deny one thing. Love for bananas. Perhaps the reason for this lies in the fact that humans share 50% of our DNA with bananas. Yes, we were shocked too!


Archaeologists have found evidence of banana cultivation in New Guinea as far back as 8000 B.C., and some scientists believe they may have been the world’s first fruit. Their origin is placed in Southeast Asia, in the jungles of Malaysia. Indonesia or the Philippines, where many varieties of wild bananas are still growing.  You may not have known but bananas are considered berries.

Bananas are grown in over 100 countries all over the world. More than 100 billion bananas are eaten every year in the world, making them the fourth most popular agricultural product.

Bananas are the only fruit that contains vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin A, and potassium. They also contain a decent amount of folate, copper, manganese, and fiber.

Bananas are a great pre-workout snack because they contain serotonin which will help you feel less anxious and more prepared for your workout. They also contain potassium which will help with muscle cramps and fatigue, as well as vitamin B6 which will help with energy levels. Bananas also have fiber that will keep you full longer, calcium to maintain strong bones, vitamin C to boost your immune system, magnesium to prevent sore muscles, iron for healthy blood flow, copper to prevent anemia, riboflavin for metabolism, folate for pregnant women or those trying to conceive. A U.S. study found that bananas can actually help lower your risk of stroke and heart attack due to the level of potassium they contain. They do this by lowering the risk of stiffness in the aorta and hardening in the arteries.


Bananas provide many different health benefits and can be eaten in many different ways.

Bananas can help overcome depression due to high levels of tryptophan, which the body converts to serotonin, the mood-elevating brain neurotransmitter. Bananas are one of the best fruits to eat when you want to improve your mood. They contain biochemicals that help with the production of dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine – all chemicals that regulate moods.

And if there’s one thing we can learn from a monkey, it’s how to peel a banana, more easily. Peeling a banana from the bottom up is the most efficient way to open the fruit. This is an easier and less damaging method of peeling a banana.

We adore bananas and that’s why we made an effort to include them on our menu. Take a look at the offer of our delicious food and choose what is to your taste. If there are no bananas we will forgive you, but read the text one more time and think carefully.

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