If you’re on a diet of fruits and veggies, the banana peel may not be for you.
But you don’t have to avoid them completely.
A lot of people can use a small amount of the fruit to make insect repeils that are effective for several months, according to Dr. Paul Fuhrman, a professor of entomology at the University of Minnesota.
This includes the fruit itself, which can be used to create a paste to make an insect repeil.
If you use a fruit peel in a dish, make sure you spray a bit of it on the insect before you start using it, he said.
“You should spray about half a tablespoon of it onto a single insect, but you can spray a little more if you’re spraying on multiple insects.”
Dr. Fuhrtman said a banana can be a good choice for using insect repelling products because it is a very light and water-resistant fruit.
A banana is good for insect control because it has the natural oils in its fruit that help it absorb moisture and repell mosquitoes.
A study published in the journal Science found that a study of people who used a banana-infused insect repeller showed a decrease in mosquito activity of between 0.9 and 1.2 percent.
A cup of a banana made a similar difference, according the researchers.
“This suggests that using the banana in combination with a repellent is effective,” Dr. Hahn said.
If the fruit is too heavy to use, use a water-based repellant such as Mucilipora, he added.
A few things to know about the banana: A banana has two seeds, one inside and one outside.
They are both edible and both have some chemicals that make them less sticky than a seed.
It also contains two sugars called lecithin and glucose.
The fruit contains both protein and starch, so it is high in fiber.
Fruit peelers often make a paste that is then used as a repeil, according